"Jachoby" is a superb example of the outstanding Contessa 35 as designed by Doug Peterson and produced by the well-regarded Jeremy Rogers Boat Yard in the United Kingdom in the mid-1970's. One of the best-looking and performing dual-purpose "cruiser-racer" yachts of that era, the Naval Architect and the Builder pedigrees have made the well-built Contessa 35 on of the most sought-after yachts of her type over the years. When refitted to the standards as embodied by "Jachoby", such an opportunity to acquire an exceptional classic sailing yacht that's truly second-to-none presents itself only rarely.
Available to view afloat in Chatham Maritime Marina from Monday 18th July 2016. A 2014 Survey report is available upon request.
Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 (0)1634 571605 for further information or to arrange a viewing.
Interior Layout: The Contessa 35 offers 7 berths in 2 cabins. The interior is finished with teak that has been varnished with a gloss finish. The layout is "Classic" with a V-Berth & Marine Head to port & storage lockers forward & opposite tostarboard, a Main Salon with Sea-Berths, an Aft-Galley (port side) & Quarter-Berth arrangement to starboard.
Fore Cabin: The Fore Cabin of the "Jachoby" As well as being a comfortable & versatile berthing setup, this area can have been used for sail stowage while racing. Steel ladder to access the foredeck.
Marine Head: Forward to port is an enclosed Head with a sink served by a dual-control unit for the hot & cold pressure water system. There is also a separate hand-held shower unit installed at the sink. Across from the heads are storage lockers, and hanging locker.
Main Salon: Moving aft, the Main Salon is next with pilot berths port and starboard. There are settees port and starboard with a teak drop leaf centre table between them.
Galley: The L-shaped Galley equipped with a gas oven with hob, cool box, with plenty of surrounding storage, stainless steel sink. Across from it is a sit-down Nav Station with a lifting top chart desk and electronics array.
Saloon height is about 1,825 mm
Forward cabin berth 2,100 mm
Saloon Berth 1,960 mm
Aft quarter berth 2,000
The forward and aft berths could be extended by a new owner if they wished either by extending into the anchor locker in the case of the forward cabin or by dropping the back of the chart table seat for the aft quarter berth.
Masthead sloop rigged, aluminium keel stepped mast 1976 by Proctor, aluminium boom 1976 by Proctor. Stainless steel standing rigging 2004, adjustable backstay, 2 x spinnaker poles. Slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks. Furling headsail (Rotostay). Sails last valeted in 2015.
A selection of older sails in serviceable condition including storm jib
The Contessa 35 is powered by a 2009 Nanni 37.5 four-cylinder diesel 37hp engine (last serviced 2015 engine hours 750) Shaft drive to a 3 bladed folding propeller with rope cutter. Cutlass bearing changed 2015.
3 x 12 volt batteries (2 x 2011 130Ah domestic, 1 x 2014 110Ah engine) charging from the engine alternator, 240-volt battery charger, 240-volt ring main also installed with immersion heater.
Contessa 35 built in 1976 by Contessa Yachts. White painted hull, cream superstructure with painted non-slip decks. Cast iron fin keel. Tiller steering to spade hung rudder. Self-draining cockpit.
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