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1977 35 (ft.) ERICSON YACHTS 35 MK II

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General Information

Listing# 135792

Galena, MD, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
35 MK II
35 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
3G M30
Number of Engines
Engine Type
Engine Hours

General Details

1977 Ericson 35 MK II with many upgrades.

Powered by a Yanmar 3GM30 with approximately 450 hours.

New in 2011 fully battened UK main and 130% jib on Profurl roller furler. UK lazy cradle and matching dodger. Lewmar 48's primaries.

New running rigging and standing rigging inspected and replaced as needed in 2011. Propane locker installed 2012. New 2012 Anchor windlass with 40lb CQR on 150 of chain, 200 ft nylon. 3-4D Exide lead acid batteries installed 2011. TrueCharge40 battery charger installed 2012.

Original interior - all teak! Upholstery needs updating and headliner needs a bit of work.

Recent bottom paint!

This listing has now been on the market 30 days. If you are thinking of making an offer, go ahead and submit it today! Let's make a deal!

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The galley on the 35 Mark II, located to starboard of the companionway, is better than adequate, with plenty of storage and a cavernous icebox an oven and sink. A roomy quarter berth to port is the most comfortable bunk on the boat. Forward of it is a full-size chart table and an electronics shelf. The dinette is a straight settee on both sides, with a fixed table in the center, foldable leaves on both sides and storage compartments in the center. The dinette accommodates six to eight on both sides of the cabin.. Storage is provided above, behind, and under the seating. Forward, a hanging locker and shelves face the enclosed head to port. The fine bow makes the V-berth narrow at the peak. The graceful Ericson 35 Mark II continues to be popular because it's fun to sail and packs lots of space into an inexpensive yet solid coastal cruiser.