Sigma 35

£34,500 (Tax Paid)

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  • 1991 Sigma 35
  • 1991 Sigma 35
An excellent example of this well proven sloop rigged cruiser/racer. Built in 1991, she sleeps seven in three doubles and one single with Eberspacher heating.
Regularly raced and cruised and comes with an extensive sail wardrobe and an updated all lead keel. The perfect boat for fast, extended cruising, racing abroad, the Cans on a Friday night, or completing offshore with an IRC rating of 0.977. A very capable and seaworthy all-rounder, providing fast cruising in comfort and cup winning potential.
Located at Mylor Yacht Harbour with potential for pontoon berth.

Location: Mylor, Cornwall
Listing office: Mylor

£34,500 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Sigma
Model: 35
Year: 1991
LOA: 35ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 7
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 31252
Vessel Name: Slipstream
SIGMA 35 commissioned in 1990 and built in 1991 Plymouth Projects Ltd to David Thomas designs

GRP hull, deck and superstructure. White hull.
Fin and "T" keel designed by David Thomas.
Whitlock wheel steering.

LOA: 10.74m (35'3")
LWL: 8.69m (28'6")
BEAM: 3.43m (11'3")
DRAFT: 2m (6.56')

Last antifoul - 2nd May 2017
Last ashore - 5th May 2017
Last Survey - 16th Dec 2009

Aluminium spars - Seldon, 2005.
Stainless steel standing rigging - Richmans 2005
Slab mainsail reefing
2 x spinnaker poles
Harken genoa furling

Genoa: 2 + 2 Lewmar 2-speed self tailing
Spinnaker sheet: 2 Lewmar single speed
Haylard: 3
Mainsheet: with track in cockpit, no winches needed


Mainsail Dacron: Medium weight by SKB, 2010, fully battened
Roller furling jib: Medium weight by Hood, 2005
Tormentine Darcron: Heavy weight (storm windward sail), 1991

Spinnaker cruising: Medium weight dacron by Hood, 1991
No. 1 Genoa: Substrad, 2005
Mainsail: Sobstad, 2005
No. 2 Genoa: Sobstad, 1998
No. 3 Genoa Sobstad, 1998
Trisail Spinnaker: Heavy weight, by Williams, 2005
Light Spinnaker: Light weight, by Williams, 2005
Light No. 1 Genoa: Light weight, by Sobstad, 2005
SLEEPS 7 IN 3 CABINS (3 doubles and 1 single)

FORWARD CABIN: 2 x folding berths with stowage lockers below.
MAIN SALOON: L-shaped settee berth to port with double berth conversion and settee berth to starboard. Table with hanging leaves.
Full size chart table with navigator's seat.
AFT CABIN: To port with large double berth.

GALLEY: 2-burner butane gas cooker with grill & oven (2005), 12v/240v fridge (2005), icebox and twin stainless steel sink.
HEADS: with new toilet (2004), shower and wash basin.

Eberspacher cabin heating.
Grey upholstery with mahogany/holly interior

VOLVO 2003 28hp 3 cylinder DIESEL
Serviced May 2017
Fuel consumption: 0.3 GPH
Range: 200NM
Cruising speed: 6 knots
Maximum speed: 6.8 knots
Shaft drive
2 bladed folding propeller

2 x 12v batteries, 2016 (engine starting and domestic)
Shore power with cable. (battery charging and 240 volt domestic sockets)
Engine alternator and 240 battery charger

Fuel capacity: 1 x 60 litres tank (plus cans - 90.8 litres/20 gallons)
Water capacity: 2 x tanks - 181.6 litres (40 gallons) total

Pressurised system.
Calorifier/Immersion water heater. on shore power

Compass - Sestrel (whitlock) 1991
Speedlog ST40, 1991
Echosounder ST40 1991
Wind speed/direction
GPS and ST2000 Autopilot (not functional)
VHF and DSSC, 2006
Plotter (chart table)

2 x Anchors (main and kedge/picnic):
- Plough (15kg) with 15m Chain and 15m warp
- Fortress Aluminium anchor with 9m chain and 9m warp

2 x manual bilge pumps
Navigation lights (steaming and tricolour)
Guardwire, pulpit & pushpit
6 x Warps
6 x Fenders
Engine spares (filters and drive belts)
Boarding ladder on stern
2.4m Zodiac dinghy (1998) with HP floor, serviced December 2005
3 x fire extinguishers


Plastimo 6 man liferaft (due service now)
6 x Seago gas operated lifejacket
3 x manual fire extinguishers

The Sigma 35 replaced its older sister, the Sigma 362 in 1991 aimed at the same market for a competitive club racing boat with comfortable cruising inventory. She is a fast, seaworthy and well constructed boat designed by David Thomas, with the interior layout by Bill Dixon. Equipped with an extensive sails wardrobe, and comfortable accommodation, Slipstream has the best of both worlds, being prepared for a bit of racing or for a few nights away.
"Slipstream" for cruising has a fully battened mainsail in lazyjacks and 144% overlap roller furling headsail, storm sail and baloon spinnaker with 2 poles. She also has a full suit of racing sails by Sobstad in good condition, including mainsail, 4 headsails and 2 further spinnakers.
In 2003 Slipstream was fitted with a new all fin and "T" keel to improve performance, especially to windward designed by David Thomas. The new keel is 500lb lighter but gives 15% more righting moment. Slipstream has a Mylor Yacht Harbour pontoon berth, for which the contract is renewable with the boat. For sale due to retirement and downsizing boats.