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Designed by Bruce King, the 34-2 was very popular over the 13 year p roduction run of about 600 boats. This Ericson is a round bilge, moulded GRP sailing sloop with a raked stem, fin keel and transom stern. The 35-2 has a very strong sheerline, powerful forward with the stern is hollow in profile. The deckhouse is low in profile, despite the relatively low freeboard of the boat, resulting in a goodlooking boat.
A flush foredeck runs aft to a raised main cabin trunk. There is an escape hatch on the foredeck with windows port, starboard and foreword on the cabin trunk giving good light below while maintaining a strong deck structure. There is a large sliding main hatch into the cabin. The good sized cockpit is well laid out with wheel steering and full length seats over cockpit lockers port, starboard and across the stern.
The bridge deck at the cabin entrance provides protection from down flooding adn there are two cockpit scuppers. A re-boarding ladder is permanently fixed ot the transom. Below decks there is a fore cabin with a “V” berth. The vanityhead/shower is to port with stowage and a hanging locker to starboard.
In the main cabin, there is a full length settee berth to starboard and a dinette to port. The galley stove, sink and ice box/refrigeration are located across to starboard at the aft end of the cabin with a small nav station and quarter berth extending beneath the cockpit seat to port.
The engine space is almost amidships below the galley extension and settee with good access from various openings. A panel on the cabin sole gives access to the bilge areas.
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