Don’t draw any hasty conclusions about a 35 footer being too small. Even though this is our smallest boat she comfortably has enough space for four people and a couple of occasional guests

Loa: 10,80 m | Lwl: 9,50 m | Beam: 3,54 m | Draft: 1,60 m | Displ.: 6500 kg | Keel: 2400 kg

Length overall 10,80 m
Length waterline 9,50 m
Beam 3,54 m
Draught 1,60 m
Displacement 6500 kg
Bolted lead keel 2400 kg
Mast height above waterline 15,80 m
All tanks are manufactured   in acid resistant stainless steel
Fuel tank 175 L
Water tank 320 L
Holdingtank 70 L
Warm water tank 40 L


The boats are built according to the CE norm and are certified by IMCI. Each boat is controlled during the building time.

Hull and deck
Hand laid laminate sandwich construction
Isophalic polyester AMT technology
The core material is end grain balsa
The Hull color is in White finish and the deck color is in white finish
Waterline and trim lines laid in to the gelcoat

Foldable varnished cockpit table
Engine panel installed in coaming recess
Manual bilge pump
The cockpit has two self-drains

Steering pedestal with stainless handhold
Stainless steering wheel covered with leather

Stainless steel pulpit
Stainless steel pushpit
Lifelines with stanchions screwed to fitting, which are bolted through the rail
Bathing and safety ladder on the swimming platform
Stainless steel grab rails on top of deck saloon
Deck fillers for water and fuel and emptying of holding tank
Navigation lights on push pit and pulpit
1 x Ensign staff (flag pole)
Jack stay fittings on deck
Pushpit seats in teak port and starboard

Lundh sails
Regina Yachts standard sails are made in High Quality Pentex Cruising Laminate
Mainsail Vertech in Pentex with vertical battens and UV protection
Genoa 120% Pentex Cruising Laminate and UV protection included
If the furling mast system not is required it can be changed for a fully battened main with single line reefing and a stack pack system for the same price as the standard system
One mechanical engine control at binnacle

Seldén rig and Seldén Furling mast
Keel stepped mast with fractional 19/20 rig with two pairs of swept spreaders
Standing rigging of stainless steel wire
Manual controlled backstay adjuster
Seldén rodkick
Stainless steel chain plates, bolted to transverse bulkhead, laminated to both sides of hull
Internal main and genoa halyards of stainless steel wire, spliced to halyard line
Andersen stainless winch and jammers on mast for the halyards
Headsail on Seldén Furlex system, furling line lead to the cockpit through blocks and a Spinlock clutch for reefing
Mast equipment includes, deck light, steaming light, tri-color and anchor light, windex and flag halyards

Volvo penta D2-40 40 hp 29 kW

The interior is mainly made of Khaya mahogany, varnished to a satin finish
Floorboards of teak with holly
The ceiling in the saloon and galley area is made of ash wood
Large choice of high quality fabrics and colours
Corian in heads , manual toilet, Jabsco
Owner’s cabin full queen size double with pocket sprung mattress
Heater Eberspächer outlet in saloon, aft cabin, forward cabin and heads
Interior lights in LED for low power consumption
3 fire extinguishers

White laminate worktop in galley and a 75 l fridge, which is air cooled
2 or 3 burner stove with oven, Eno gasconge
China, cutlery and glasses for 6 persons
Hot and cold pressurized fresh water system

Electrical system
At the navigation station, there is a switch panel with 12V circuit breakers, 1x water tank monitor, 1x fuel monitor and 1x dc monitor
The domestic system voltage is 12V, including 2 AGM batteries 12V/100Ah
One separate AGM battery for engine start 12V/75Ah
The 12V Electric Power is supplied by the engines alternator or the Mastervolt battery charger
All main wiring is in tined copper
There are 3 separate 12V main switches, one for domestic, one for engine start and one for power equipment.
1 x zink anode on the hull 1,5kg
1 x ground plate
1 x Electric bilge pump
1 x water boiler 40L Isotherm, heated by 230V and engine cooling fluid