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Voyager 35

Brief details

Builder

Trident Marine

The Voyager 35 is a traditional long-keel cruiser, with a deckhouse offering a second internal steering position, plus saloon seating with panoramic view through the deckhouse windows.

LOA

35' 0"

Sail area

672 sq ft main and No 1 genoa

LWL

26' 3"

Rig

sloop

Beam

10' 6"

Cabins

saloon and forecabin

Draught

5' 0"

Berths

6

Displacement

12,320 lbs

Engine

Volvo or Mercedes diesel

Ballast

5,111 lbs

BHP

28 - 43

Keel type

Long keel


Trident Marine have produced three variations on the same Angus Primrose designed 35 foot hull since the late 1970s, the Warrior (centre cockpit), Challenger (aft cockpit) and Voyager (pilothouse) versions. The yachts were still in production until around 2001, and the Warrior and Challenger are particularly sought after as long distance blue water cruisers. With their long keel, moderate draught and displacement, and excellent ballast ratio, they are a good modern interpretation of a traditional cruising yacht.

The Voyager 35 is the deck saloon or pilothouse version, which although perhaps not as suitable as the other two for ocean passage-making, is probably the most spacious and comfortable version. With a fully sheltered inside steering position, and a powerful (often Volvo or Mercedes) diesel, they offer motor-sailer comfort with genuine sailing ability

The very wide price range quoted above is because of a long production run, plus widely varying standards of finish and equipment, from home completed boats, through Trident factory finished yachts, to hulls custom-completed by other boatbuilders

The engine is under the floor in the centre of the saloon, raising the seating around the table to allow a view out of the windows

 

Forward is the heads compartment to port, with a single berth opposite, the footwell of which goes under the starboard saloon seat, with a vee-twin forecabin forward, The saloon dinette also converts to a double, giving a maximum of six berths

Voyager 35

Left: forecabin and single berth opposite the heads

Left and right: Pictures of the chart table and interior steering position on two different Voyagers. The yacht at left has had the original second wheel removed, to allow a larger chart table with seat, internal steering now being via Autohelm repeater. At right is the original wheel arrangement

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Voyager 35

Yachts seen here are no longer for sale - the data is online as a free information service for buyers researching boat types. THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE COVERED BY COPYRIGHT, AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF YACHTSNET LTD.

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