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Model: Trident Voyager 35
Price: £18,000 (GBP)
Year: 1978
Hull: GRP

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Model: Trident Voyager 35
Price: £18,000 (GBP)
Year: 1978
Hull: GRP
LOA: 35' 0" (10.7m)
LWL: 27' 4" (8.4m)
Beam: 10' 3" (3.1m)
Draft: 5' 9" (1.8m)
Displacement: 12320lbs
Ballast: 5110lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Sloop
Engine Type: OM636 42 HP
Engine: Mercedes
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: ~50 gallons
Location: Loch Fyne

This solid bridge deck cruiser is back on the market at an exceptional price and offers are invited to achieve a quick sale. The current owner has been unable to use her due to pressure of work but when he bought her she had just been fully refitted and was ready to go.
Her excellent Mercedes Diesel engine was replaced by a reconditioned one by the previous owner and has done only very few hours since and is in excellent order. One of the lazyjacks has come undone and the bow thruster joystick has been broken and she is in need of hauling out and cleaning off etc.
Apart from that she is still in pretty good order! The price reflects the work required, even so it is well worth making an offer as she must be sold! The Long Keel, Deck Saloon, Trident Voyager, designed by Angus Primrose and built by Trident Marine is a solidly built cruising yacht with many of the advantages of a motor sailer but with excellent sailing qualities.
This early example, built in 1978, has been extensively restored over three years including a new Mercedes Diesel engine, new instruments, new sails, new rigging, new fuel tank, etc.
etc.
The only significant restoration left to do is cosmetic work to the hull and superstructure. Set up for single handing with roller reefing genoa and single line two point slab reefing main and a cruising speed of up to 8 knots, she would make an ideal long distance cruiser for a couple.
The wheelhouse helm has been replaced by the autohelm remote control to give a much improved nav station space but could easilly be restored if required by a new owner.


Accommodation:
V berths with infill forward.
1 Double berth and 1 single berth in saloon/wheelhouse.
Heads with shower.

Galley:
2 burner stove with grill and oven.
Fridge (70 watt 12 volt DC). Sink and drainer, hot water (gas) and cold water (with filter). Microwave (230v). Solar Powered Ventilator.
Sails:
Roller genoa 2005, good condition. Main, 2005, single line 2 reef, good condition (new single line reefing boom), lazyjacks and stack pack. Cruising Chute, unknown age, in good condition.

Instruments:
Radar.
Chart Plotter.
Navtex.
Wind speed and direction.
Depth.
Speed/log.
Rudder indicator.
Clock.
Barometer.
Electrical System:
12 volt.
Shore power. Wind generator. 1 KW inverter.
220 volt heater. Portable petrol generator.
Equipment:
TV/DVD.
Radio/CD player. Remote control Autopilot. DSC VHF. Four person liferaft.
Four Lifejackets. Dinghy and 4 HP 4 stroke Yamaha outboard. 1 manual bilge pump.
2 electric bilge pumps (1 manual, 1 automatic). Bow-thruster.
Additional Info:
Built on the same hull as the Trident Warrior and Challenger, these yachts are well sought after as long distance cruisers and have a strongly built go anywhere reputation. Fitted with davits, boarding ladder at stern, 6 roller fairleads, Aquaprop drive and a Brunton Propellor. Fitted with a bow-thruster for easy manoeuvring in the close confines of a marina. She is not fitted with a holding tank but space is available to fit one.




Berthed -

Close up at berth -

Starboard view at berth -

Bow view - Inflatable stored on foredeck. Davits are fitted for dinghy stowing whilst sailing.

Cockpit - From the pontoon

Port side walkway - from the pontoon

Starboard side looking foreward - from the cockpit

Mast base -

Forehatch - The owner stores the dinghy upside down on the foredeck when unattended to prevent it filling with water on he davits.

Pulpit -

Roller reefing gear -

Looking aft from foredeck -

Starboard side looking back -

Coachroof Starboard side looking back -

Looking aft to the cockpit - Starboard side

Cockpit -

Sheet winch -

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Cockpit - Wide angle view

Cockpit - Looking foreward

Sitting at the helm -

Helm -

Companionway entrance -

Looking into Companionway entrance -

Saloon from companionway - Looking to port

Saloon from companionway -

Saloon from companionway - Looking to starboard

Galley on port side -

Nav station and inside helm position - Starboard side

Saloon looking foreward -

Starboard seating in saloon -

Port side saloon seating and dining area -

Dineing table -

Saloon seating areas -

Heads on port side -

Passageway to heads and forward cabin -

Entrance to heads compartment -

Looking into heads compartment -

Shower -

V berth with infill -

Forward cabin double berth with infill -

Forward cabin looking aft -

Looking towards companionway - from forward cabin

Looking aft from heads -

Saloon looking aft -

Looking out past galley and nav station -

Galley -

Mercedes Diesel Engine -

View of engine -

Sold
Model: Trident Voyager 35
Price: £18,000 (GBP)
Year: 1978
Hull: GRP
LOA: 35' 0" (10.7m)
LWL: 27' 4" (8.4m)
Beam: 10' 3" (3.1m)
Draft: 5' 9" (1.8m)
Displacement: 12320lbs
Ballast: 5110lbs
Keel: Long
Rig: Sloop
Engine Type: OM636 42 HP
Engine: Mercedes
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: ~50 gallons
Location: Loch Fyne

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