Modern in style, the interior is exquisitely finished so the result is truly a home from home on the sea.
Ever thought of actually sailing somewhere? Well if you have, you’ll no doubt be joining a growing number of discerning sailors who are looking for a well engineered and well designed modern yacht to take them to sea safely and comfortably. The GT35 is an offshore cruising yacht that will look after you at sea and reward you with superb sailing qualities. Stephen Jones has a knack of never failing to draw a well balanced and well mannered sailing yacht, appreciated by those who would rather not let the weather deter them from pushing off. Modern in style, the interior is exquisitely finished so the result is truly a home from home on the sea.
As David Harding writes in PBO, “Beating into 32-33 knots of wind across the deck in open water under full sail is a reasonably stiff test of any boat. The GT didn’t bat an eyelid… For those who think in Beaufort, this was the top end of Force 6”.
Available in two versions, the Grand Tour and the Club versions, the GT35 is a big 35 footer. The capabilities of a yacht like this will allow you to go further more often and enjoy the trip more at the same time. This is a yacht that will keep on rewarding you, whether you’re at sea or in harbour, the GT35 is a safe and comfortable home from home.
Freeboard that is generous without becoming unwieldy provides an excellent range of stability (AVS 144°, STIX 54), high righting-lever as well as interior volume while the sweet sheer line marks a yacht of capable seaworthiness. The low centre of gravity lead keel allows the GT35 to stand up to the weather and with deep cockpit coamings that keep you dry, optional windscreen, secure transom and running rigging led safely aft, this yacht defines the GT marque perfectly.
For those joining the growing number of cruising sailors with eyes on the northern horizon, we have developed a Baltic specification. See the link opposite.
An inspired Forecabin
The forecabin is designed as the master, with an exceptionally large berth rarely seen even on a 40ft yacht with comfortable arrangements for a couple as well as an ensuite heads option. With overhead hatches as well as hull ports, the natural light is plentiful.
The Saloon area to envy
The saloon area with panoramic windows has a dining area that can comfortably seat six and offers a further two full-length berths with stowage and shelving. There is an option for a fold-down chart table.