35 Marlago Cuddy
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The Jefferson 35 Marlago is a high-performance center console for anglers who place a premium on speed and offshore stability. Originally built on a fully cored hull with a keel pad and a stepped transom, later models ride on a solid fiberglass bottom with the hullsides, decks, and stringers stiffened with vacuum-bagged coring. The Marlago is relatively light for a 35-footer which results in faster acceleration and higher cruising speeds with smaller engines. The cockpit features a built-in transom bait prep center with saltwater sink, two in-deck fish boxes, transom livewell, rod lockers, and padded cockpit coaming. A rear-facing cooler seat is built into the standard leaning post, and the console houses a marine head as well as a sink and pullout shower. (Early models had the head between the cabin berths.) Forward, the Marlagos low-profile cuddy has a convertible dinette/V-berth and rod storage. A 50-gallon livewell under the leaning post was optional. The Marlago was offered with two transom configurations: one with a transom door, bait prep station, and livewell, or a full transom version with no transom door. An open-bow model was available beginning in 2004. Yamaha 250s deliver 40+ knots top.
Overview Good-selling center console with high-performance stepped hull, low-profile cuddy is agile, fast, priced right.
Features Removable rear seat, in-deck fish boxes, console seat with cooler, flip-up helm seat, fresh- and saltwater washdows, pop-up cleats, enclosed head with pull-out shower. Offered with two transom configurations, one with transom door, bait-prep station & livewell, or Full Transom option with additional sink but no transom door.
Comments Open-bow model available since 2004.
Performance Yamaha 250s deliver 45+ knots top.