OverviewThere are very few boats that can be truly considered Bristol but this is one of them. This is a stunning immaculate classic sailing yacht, come see it you will be very impressed.
You will be hard pressed to find another Baba in this condition and ready for your next adventure, be that a leisurely Sunday cruise with friends, or point in the direction of your choosing for a trip of a lifetime.
The full-keel, double-ended cutter was designed by naval architect Robert H. Perry. When it first splashed in 1979, the boat was dubbed the Flying Dutchman.Built solid and strong, full center keel, makes this Baba 35 an incredibly stable boat and a comfortable ride.
The first impression given off by the Baba 35 is this boat can take two people anywhere in the world. in a boat which is both beautiful and rugged. It's impossible not to notice the heavy-duty standing rigging, bronze portals, canoe stern, and the snug, gracefully wood-trimmed cockpit with its wraparound coaming. Below deck, the rich teak and masterful wood joinery can leave classic boat aficionados speechless.
She's unexpectedly fast and agile; with a hull speed of 7 and registering 8.1 on the GPS on occasion, and with the modified full keel she has a surprisingly small turning radius. Her prop is skeg protected, which minimizes risk of damage from crab pots or underwater debris.
A stunning boat, dockside or underway, drawing compliments from the dock and on the water, cutting an elegant profile whether flying three sails or two. Her teak exterior trim is professionally maintained, as are all her systems, and she comes with an original Ta Shing dinghy a beautiful boat on its own.
Step into the cabin to see a warm and inviting interior, which is is brightened by a butterfly hatch and cream colored crown and headliner. The wrap around galley stabilizes the chef while heeling, and her comfy v-berth has doors for privacy when needed. She has built-in air conditioning/reverse cycle heat for use at the dock and a propane heater for use underway in winter. Since she reportedly came from the factory with fiberglass decks, her interior hasn't suffered the wear and tear of excessive water intrusion so common in boats that have had leaky teak decks removed. The exterior teak brightwork was just redone and is a showpiece underway or at the dock.
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