This design is for serious offshore cruising with up to three crew aboard. The layout is available in two versions: mid-cockpit with accommodations forward and aft, or aft cockpit with the main cabin forward. Both feature wing berths, centerboard, kick-up rudder and full wing or open wing options. Constant Camber wood epoxy hull construction has well detailed plans that are within the capability of most amateur builders. Owner-builders have commented about the excellent performance and good sailing manners of this boat. Jim Brown considers this to be the best of Marples’ designs. Pictures taken by John Marples.


Length Overall 35'0″
Waterline Length 32′9″
Beam Overall 22′0″
Beam of Main Hull 4′9″
Draft, Hull Only 2′5″
Draft, Board Down 5′10″
Displacement, Full Load 7200 lbs
Displacement, Dry 4800 lbs
Payload 2400 lbs.
Sail Area, 100% fΔ 500 sq ft
Sail Area, Max 580 sq ft
Mast Length 40′0″
Bridge Clearance 46′
Engine Power 12-hp OB
Fuel Tankage 15 gal
Water Tankage 30
Speed under Power 6 knots
Number of Crew 1 to 3
Berths, Min/Max 1-3
Headroom in Cabin 6′4″
Design Fee to Build One Boat $1500