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Designed by the Swedish emigrant Carl Alberg, the Alberg 35 is a prime example of a cruiser-racer that is still a very viable low-budget coastal and Bluewater cruising boat. Over 250 were built over a six-year period starting in 1961, and the majority is still in service.
This one-owner, well cared for Alberg 35, is a yawl design, with tiller steering, Teak cabins, a saloon with twin settee berths (plus two roll-away pipe berths over these), and a fold-down table with a small galley aft. The forward cabin has a generous V-berth, a hanging locker, and a small bureau. There is standing headroom of 6 feet or better through most of the interior. The hull was redone in May, 2016 and the mighty Universal Atomic 4 gas engine rebuilt in 2012, is in excellent operating condition.
The Alberg 35 does sail a good bit faster than its D/L ratio suggests. In a moderate breeze to windward it quickly heels to an angle of about 30 degrees, with its lee rail just awash, and then sticks there.
Construction is very simple and robust. The hull is solid fiberglass with more than an inch of laminate below the waterline. The lead ballast is fully encapsulated, so there are no keel bolts to worry over. The deck is balsa-cored. Other equipment includes: fire extinguishers, anchor rodes, hatch with screen, 4 opening ports, Ice box, 2 batteries, macerator, 4 wiches, 5 headsails.
The Alberg is a serviceable, live-aboard, Bluewater cruiser, a solid, safe vessel offering lots of value for the money.
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Matthew's Point Marina 252 444 1805
Morehead City Yacht Basin
208 Arendell St
Morehead City, NC 28557