|Length at Water Line||31 ft 5 in|
|Displacement (Dry Load)||6550 lb|
|Dry Weight||6550 lb|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||2 Blade|
|Maximum Speed||7 kn @ 3200 RPM|
|Cruising Speed||6 kn @ 3000 RPM|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 12 gal (UK)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 38 gal (UK) (enums.tank-material.tm-other)|
This boat is an active and successful NW club racer in the Seattle and Bellingham racing scene.
Built by Carroll Marine, these are thoroughbred racers that bring thrilling performance and are easy to sail. This boat has a full compliment of newer sails and is ready to race now.
Sail fast and have fun!
New injectors, fuel pump & engine mounts in 2013
Built in cooler in bottom step.
One Burner gimbled stove
Harken jib lead system with in haulers
Prop viewing window
Spreaders painted and mast clear coated - 2012
New injectors and injector pump on engine - 2013
New seals in sail drive - 2014
All class required ground tackle and safety equipment
New Dyneema jib halyard in 2013
Complete topsides restoration with Awlgrip paint. This should be done to all OD 35's as factory gel coat was inadequate.
This is a $12,000 job that has been completed on "Extreme"
The One Design 35 built by Carroll Marine was constructed with Epoxy pre-preg with E-glass, foam and aircraft grade balsa, post-cured in Carroll Marine's computer controlled oven. Layup schedules and weight tolerances were consistent and very tight through each boat. As you enter the boat you will notice how wide open she is with port & starboard facing settees that have storage under. Structural framework was used in lieu of the conventional bulkheads. On the starboard side the framework is incorporated in a galley module that includes a deep sink and gimballed stove while the port is made up as the chart table. Forward on the starboard side is a marine head w/integrated holding tank. The large open interior has berth space to comfortable sleep four and 5'4" of standing headroom. The matte white interior finish is very bright and easy to maintain.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
One of the biggest areas of innovation on the 1D35 is the rig. The rig is simple, yet high performance and easy to handle and control. The rig is a variable sweep-back, no backstay carbon rig with an adjustable hydraulic headstay. In designing the rig, Hall Spars used their spar Finite Element Analysis program to refine the geometry and optimize the stiffness of the mast tube and strength of the rigging so the rig performs as desired across the spectrum of sailing conditions. The simple and controllable design has the following attributes:
- Rig easily tensioned by adjusting headstay, with no mast jack needed
- Mainsail roach does not snag and cause sail wear, as there is no backstay
- Headstay tension is easily adjusted while sailing with hydraulics
- Headstay tension does not need to be altered when sailing downwind - especially welcome at the leeward mark
These features, along with the 110% overlapping jibs simplify sail handling.