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Egg Harbor 35 Sport Yacht

Specifications

Name: 35 Sport Yacht
Length: 35
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: 20,925 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 406 gals.
Model Years: 1997—1998
Draft: 3'2"
Beam: 13'2"
Water Capacity: 75 gals.
Waste Capacity: 28 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Egg Harbor 35 Sport Yacht is one of only a few convertibles her size built in recent years. By any standard this is a handsome, beautifully designed boat, another example of why so many boating enthusiasts have held the Egg Harbor brand in such high regard over the years. Introduced in 1997, she’s built on the same hull once used for the popular Egg Harbor 33 Convertible (1982–89)—a solid fiberglass modified-V design with low transom deadrise and a moderate 13-foot, 2-inch beam. Two floorplans were offered during her production years: a two-stateroom layout with the galley up, and a single-stateroom, galley-down arrangement with a serving counter overlooking the galley. A full teak interior and salon entertainment center were standard in the 35 Sport Yacht, and both floorplans feature a large forward stateroom with island berth and generous storage. Fishing features include a molded tackle center in the cockpit, transom door, and fresh and raw-water washdowns. Standard 310hp gas engines cruise the 35 Sport Yacht at 18–19 knots (about 27 knots top), and optional 350hp Cat diesels cruise at 23 knots and reach a top speed of 28–29 knots.

Overview

Appealing 1990s convertible ranked among class leaders for quality construction, graceful styling.

Features

Full teak interior was offered with single or twin staterooms. Large cockpit includes bulkhead tackle center, in-deck fishbox, transom door. Front windshield was eliminated in order to provide space for salon entertainment center. Note well-arranged engineroom, roomy bridge with bench seating forward.

Comments

Restyled version of Egg 34 (1993–96).

Performance

Cruise at 18 knots with 380hp gas engines; low 20s with 350hp Cat diesels.