Manufacturer Provided Description
A boat length in the mid-30 foot range is a comfortable size. It's not too big that owners will need a crew to handle it, and it's spacious enough to accommodate more than a few friends. Lighting is another thing that increases the perception of space. In addition to three overhead hatches in the cabin, plus portlights along the sides, recessed fixtures provide a soft wash of indirect illumination. The cabin of the 3500 has a generous amount of stowage space. There's a full galley with cabinets to store a cruise's worth of supplies plus all cooking utensils. And when the cooking and cleanup is done, the stove hides away under a filler panel so the counter space can be used for other purposes. Also, a Pullman berth comes out of the backrest of the dinette seat. The exterior look of the 3500 Open is low and sleek, creating a perception of flowing length. The good looks and comfortable space of the 3500 Open are coupled with impressive performance, too. Its modified-V hull has an 18-degree deadrise, so it will take rough weather in stride. With diesel power, the 3500 Open can coax a 380-mile-plus range at cruising speed from its 352-gallon tank. For those who prefer gasoline power, the 3500 can be equipped with Crusader 8.1L MPI engines that will cruise at 25.2 miles per hour with a range of almost 270 miles.
Twin diesel Cat or Cummins also available.
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.