The concept of this design was to avoid the contorted and distorted shapes dictated by designing to a particular rule and to produce a fast "top end" boat at an exceptional price.
The Schock 35 has a very smooth hull shape and a narrow bow section with an 17.5 degree entry angle for good penetration power in a chop. 4000 pounds of ballast give the boat excellent stability.
The ballast-to-displacement ratio is kept high for stiffness whereas the displacement-to-length ratio is very low for planing capability. The rig of the Schock 35 features a tall bendy section and is designed to optimize upwind performance with a very high aspect foretriangle and off-the-wind performance with its huge main and spinnakers.
Construction utilizes unidirectional E Glass and features a cored hull and deck, full length toe rails, hiking ramps, extra large windows, deck prisms, and lexan forward hatches. The deck layout is proven and derived from other successful large Schock models. It is highlighted by a voluminous 12-foot long cockpit with the primaries and secondaries at waist level for ease of tailing and winching functions. All hardware is top quality.
The interior layout of the Schock 35 was clearly designed to minimize weight and to concentrate the heaviest components down low over the keel. This has not been done, however, at the expense of comfort and style. Efforts to offer good cruising accommodations in a race-conscious interior have resulted in a wonderfully unobstructed interior plan ideal for both racing and cruising. Twelve feet of beam and over six feet of headroom have given Schock a lot to work with.
The galley of the Schock 35 is placed to port and is equipped with and ice box, a deep stainless sink, and a two burner stove and oven. The ice box is covered with a minimum of 2 ½ inches of insulation, and an enclosed storage locker is placed outboard for easy access to galley provisions. The countertops are attractive plastic laminate that provides a durable work surface.
Directly opposite the galley is a generous chart table with an hinged lid, a shelf, and storage compartments. The table faces fore and aft, with the navigator comfortably seated on a built-in bench seat. Raised winch platforms give him plenty of headroom. There are four large settee berths in the main cabin and two quarter berths aft. Cut-outs in the berth structure provide easy access to storage compartments and to the fuel and water tanks.
The owner has spent over $15,000.00 in updates and repairs. He is redoing the interior cushions and rebedding the genoa tracks. He has installed new B&G instruments. The engine is in good condition. There is a 150 mylar genoa in fair condition, a 100% jib in good condition, a the main is in fair condition. It has rod rigging and a hydralic back stay tensioner.
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.