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Warrior 35

Brief details

Builder

Originally built by Morgan Giles, later boats by Trident Marine, also many Trident hulls owner completed

A solid long-keel cruising yacht from Trident Marine, Warrior 35s are very highly regarded as a blue water cruiser, with many long-distance passages to their credit. With a very long production run, and widely varying ages and standards of finish, prices can vary greatly.

LOA

35' 0"

Sail area

672 sq ft (main and No 1 genoa)

LWL

26' 3"

Rig

sloop or cutter

Beam

10' 6"

Cabins

forecabin, saloon and aft cabin

Draught

5' 0"

Berths

6

Displacement

12,320 lbs

Engine

usually Mercedes or Volvo

Ballast

5,111 lbs

BHP

28 - 43

Keel type

Long fin keel with encapsulated ballast

Trident Marine have produced three variations on the same Angus Primrose designed 35 foot hull, the Warrior (centre cockpit), Challenger (aft cockpit) and Voyager (pilothouse) versions. These yachts had an incredibly long production run, from the late 1960s through the 70s and 80s. A very few were still being built up until around 2001.

They are sought after as blue water cruisers. With their long keel, moderate draught and displacement, and excellent ballast ratio, they are a good GRP interpretation of a traditional cruising yacht.

Whilst the Challenger and Voyager variants have fairly conventional angular coachroofs and deckhouses, the centre-cockpit Warrior 35 has very distinctive rounded curves to the fore and aft ends of the coachroof structures. Off the three layouts, the Warrior 35 is the design most used as a long-distance cruiser.

Most early Warrior/Challenger/Voyager yachts were fitted with Mercedes 36 hp diesels when new, hough later boats may have Volvo diesels. Most Warriors were sloop rigged, but a number were rigged as cutters.

Above: The yacht illustrated has a bow thruster fitted, making marina manouevring of the long keel hull much easier

The forepeak has vee-berths, the two singles either side being 6' 6" long, with an infill to make a double

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The dinette in the saloon is convertible to a 6' 0" by 4' 5" double.

Saloon headroom is 6' 1" to 6' 2"

The aft cabin has two single berths, access to the aft cabin being via the cockpit

 

The engine is under the cockpit sole: on most boats the original engines were Mercedes diesels of about 36 hp. The yacht illustrated was however fitted with a 54 hp Peugeot diesel.

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The rounded curves of the fore and aft ends of the coachroof moulding make the Warrior 35 very distinctive.

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