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Ericson 35 (1990s)

Brief details

Builder

Ericson Yachts, also Pacific Seacraft, both of California, USA

The Ericson 35 is a rugged and seaworthy fast cruiser with a very high quality fit-out, from the very well respected Ericson line. They were built in the USA by firstly by Ericson yachts, and later by Pacific Seacraft. These were expensive yachts when built, and as soon as you look at the construction detailing you can see why.

LOA

34' 10"

Sail area

595 sq ft

LWL

29' 0"

Rig

sloop

Beam

11' 4"

Cabins

Forecabin, saloon and aft cabin

Draught

6' 3" fin keel or 4'11 shoal or wing keel options

Berths

6/7

Displacement

13,000 lbs

Engine

Yanmar 3GM diesel

Ballast

5,200 lbs

BHP

28

Keel type

Lead fin keel with balanced spade rudder

Ericson Yachts was founded in 1964, and virtually all their yachts were designed by Bruce King. There have been several versions of the Ericson 35 built over the years between 1967 and 1990, with minor variations, but all have been in the same tradition of speed, seaworthiness and quality interiors. The last of the line was called the Ericson 350. Build quality is very good, and although built in California their construction standards match that of many Scandinavian builders.

Ericson Yachts went out of business in 1990, and the construction of several Ericson models was taken over by Pacific Seacraft, also then based in California, who in turn became bankrupt in 2007. Pacific Seacraft was then re-established in North Carolina with new owners, but now only build a range of high quality yachts under their own name, mostly double-enders designed by Bill Crealock.

Ericson 35
Ericson 35

The layout is very conventional, with a vee/double forecabin forward, and a U-shaped seating area to port, the table extending to the starboard settee when required. The aft end of the starboard settee form a seat for the chart table, and the L-shaped galley is to port. Aft there is a heads compartment to starboard, and a good sized aft cabin to port

The boat illustrated here is a 1997 model built by Pacific Seacraft - later models had a larger 'owners stateroom' forecabin, with more seating and locker space.

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Ericson 35

The saloon table can be dropped to create a 4 ft wide double berth if required on the port side. The starboard settee is 6' 10" long. Outboard of the settees are lockers with sliding doors. Almost all the ports are opening.

 

Ericson 35

Above: The galley twin sinks share a mixer tap for pressurised hot/cold water, but each also has a foot pumped salt and fresh water tap

 

The aft double is 6' 5" long and 5' 6" wide, and has three opening ports, to cockpit and transom

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Above - old brochure photo from Ericson Yachts

Ericson 35
Ericson 35
Ericson 35
Ericson 35
Ericson 35

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