This classic Ericson 35-2 is in that sweet spot in size: not too big that the "cost per foot" eats up your sailing budget and not too small that you are on top of each other while underway. She has a spacious layout down below making for a great weekend getaway whether you are at the marina or out on the hook. Her fast hull design lends itself to those that want a bit more performance out of a cruiser while still maintaining comfort for extended stays.Schedule a showing soon and scoop up this great deal and be ready to hit next season sailing instead of checking off that long project list next spring.
"Right Moves" boasts a 35' LOA with a 5' draft, weight comes in at 11,500 lbs. with 5000 of that in the encapsulated lead keel.
27HP Westerbeke 30B Diesel, solid running engine.
Sails in good condition includes a 130 Genoa great for the light air often encountered on the Chesapeake Bay.
Improvements/repairs that have been recently completed:
New fuel system, new aluminum tank, new racor, new fuel lines.
New Garhauer traveler
New Harken furler
New chainplates just installed
New mast wiring and anchor light
New Garmin GPS and transducer
New engine mounts
|LOA||35' (10.67 meters)|
For more information about this vessel, please contact Ed Pickering.
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Born and raised in Rock Hall, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Ed or “Cap” as the locals know him, grew up around, near, or on a boat. The love of the sea and duty followed him after high School to an appointment to the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY. After graduation in 1997 with a USCG Third Mates License, All Oceans, he was able to pursue multiple opportunities in intermodal transportation while still serving in the United States Naval Reserve. He was honorably discharged as a Lieutenant in 2009.Now acting as both Dock Master at North Point Marina, Inc. in Rock Hall, MD and as a yacht broker for Curtis Stokes and Associates, Cap is still drawn to the water, in particular, the Upper Chesapeake Bay. He enjoys time with his family (wife Amy and children Hannah and Evan) usually outdoors and recently on their 1976 Pearson 365 Ketch. If you are in the area, stop in and say hello… he would be happy to meet you!
Ed can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-708-0633.