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Com-Pac 35 Sailboat

The Com-Pac 35

Stand at the helm of performance

The Com-Pac 35 was designed to be shoal-draft, stable, sea-kindly and fast. Performance is achieved by combining generous sail plan, moderate displacement, long waterline, generous beam, high ballast / displacement-ratio and the redeeming benefits of shoal-draft Scheel Keel. Beating to windward or running before the wind, full sail or reefed, the Com-Pac 35 is responsive and swift.

These boats are built semi-custom to the buyers specifications, please contact us for details.

Com-Pac 35 Specifications
From Com-Pac Yachts

Designed by: Charley Morgan

Dimensions and Weights

Mast Height Above Water:55'
Displacement:12,500 lbs.
Ballast:5,700 lbs.

Sail, Rigging and Hull

Sail Area:579 sq. ft.
Rig Type:Masthead sloop rig.
Steering Type: Pedestal wheel steering.
Keel Configuration: Scheel keel.

Systems and Amenities

Power:Yanmar Diesel.
Fuel Capacity:30 gal.
Water Capacity:75 gal tank plus 6 gal hot water tank w/engine heat exchange.
Holding Tank Capacity:13 gallons
Cabin Headroom:6'8"
Berths:Sleeps 6
Head:Marine Head/Enclosed
Refrigeration:Refrigeration - Built-in

Pricing and Options

Boat Base Price:$192,000
Interior Fabric Upgrade:
Sunbrella furniture fabric, choose from sample book.
Performance Upgrade:
Secondary sheet winches - 2 Harken 32.2 STC winches with bronze sheet cleats, double foot blocks, and handle.
Galley Stove:
LPG stove with oven - 100% safety, gimbaled, regulator, aluminum tank, solenoid with panel.
Bimini top:
Stainless steel frame, 9.5 oz. acrylic.
Priced on request
Stainless steel frame, 9.5 oz. acrylic.
Priced on request
Pedestal cover:
Matches other acrylic canvas.
Linear Drive Autopilot, below decks, installed.
Adler Barbour cold machine, installed.
4 KW Diesel generator:
Fresh water cooled, with stainless steel sound enclosure, control panel with ship/shore switch & gauges, extra capacity fuel tank, and dedicated raw water pickup/strainer and Racor fuel filter.
priced on request.
Air Conditioning:
16,000 BTU, reverse cycle.
Custom Hull Color:
Selected colors, Awl-Grip paint.
Mid-hull Rubstrake:
With Stainless steel striker
Cockpit cushions:
2" PVC foam, selected colors.
Instrumentation of your choice:
Prices quoted upon request.
Dutchman Mainsail Flaking System$995
Sail Cover for Dutchman System:
Selected colors.

Hull and Deck

Patented Scheel Keel for maximum performance with shoal draft.

Integrated swim platform with stainless ladder, hot and cold transom shower.

4 overhead Lexan hatches with built-in retracting screens and sunshades.

10 Stainless steel opening ports with screens.

Heavy duty rigid rub rail with stainless steel striker.

Stainless bowsprit with 2 anchor rollers.

Stainless double bow and stern rails.

Double lifelines with side gates.

2 stainless steel Dorade deck ventilators with stainless cover plates.

Epoxy bottom coat and anti-fouling paint.

Spars, Sails & Rigging

Keel stepped anodized aluminum mast.

Mainsail - Dacron, full batten, Dutchman flaking.

2 single line reefing systems.

Genoa - 135% Dacron on Harken roller furling, with acrylic canvas sun strip.

All Harken deck hardware.

All sail control lines led to cockpit.

2 Harken 40.2 STC two speed self-tailing jib sheet winches.

2 Harken 32.2 STC self tailing winches on coachroof for main sheet, halyards, and reefing lines.


"T" shaped cockpit with two seat hatches.

Edson CD-i geared, drag link steering system.

Edson Diamond Series Command Center pedestal.

Hot and cold shower aft end of cockpit at top of dive platform steps.

Deluxe instrument panel with tach, water temperature, and fuel and voltage gauges.

Cockpit, transom, and sail locker courtesy lights.


"L" shaped galley

Double stainless sink with retractable hot/cold spray faucet.

2 burner, gimbaled Origo stove with oven

Microwave oven

Large Icebox - refrigeration optional.


3 Cabin layout - forward, salon, and aft cabins, each with double berth.

Hanging lockers in forward and aft cabins

Navigation station with large, easily serviced electronics cabinet.

Swivel chairs in main salon.

"L" shaped dinette with drop leaf table.

Large tableback dinnerware storage cabinet.

Dinette converts to double berth.

Entertainment center with stereo, 10 CD changer, LCD monitor, and DVD player.

4 stereo speakers - two main salon, two cockpit.

Electrical System

AC and DC electrical systems.

Master electrical panel has AC/DC breakers, volt and amp gauges, expandable for optional equipment.

3 maintenance free AGM batteries: 1 cranking, 2 house, with switching.

Wells Marine Technology "TABS" Total Automated Battery System.

20 amp 3 bank automatic charger.

12 volt service throughout with multiple 12 volt outlets, 12 volt lighting.

Masthead anchor light.

Mid-mast steaming and deck light combination.

Engine room light.

30 amp 115 volt shore power, multiple outlets, 50' marine cord.


Aft head with separate hot and cold fresh water shower.

Marine toilet with 13 gallon holding tank.

Hot and cold water sink and vanity mirror, good storage.

Engine Room

Westerbeke 27 hp. 3 cylinder fresh water cooled marine diesel.

30 gallon fuel tank

6 gallon water heater with engine heat exchanger or AC power operation.

Racor water separating fuel filter.

Flotation & Safety

Manual and automatic electric bilge pumps.

Double lifelines.

All sail handling lines led to the cockpit.

Designer's Comments by Charley Morgan

I was delighted when the Hutchins family asked me to design a new yacht as the latest addition to Com-Pac Yacht's line of "Good Little Ships."

The Com-Pac development and marketing team had few limitations beyond - It must be shoal draft, stable, sea kindly, and fast enough to give good results under PHRF rules.

We knew we couldn't go wrong relying on the tried and true Herreshoff practice of combining generous sailplan, moderate displacement, long waterline, generous beam, high ballast/displacement ratio and the redeeming benefits of shoal draft, made amazingly efficient using the famous Henry Scheel Keel configuration. The final result is the Com-Pac 35. We have presented a hull and keel combination that in conjunction with the sailplan will give the maximum performance possible without sacrificing the comfort and convenience you have come to expect from Com-Pac Yachts. A traditionally styled, shoal draft, cruising yacht? YES! A high tech, performance-oriented underbelly and sailplan, establishing if desired, a club-racing contender? YES!

The 12' beam allows for a voluminous interior. From the aft cabin with double berth to the forward cabin with a large sea-going V-berth, every inch of the Com-Pac 35 interior has been completely thought out with the cruising sailor in mind. The interior is complete, private, comfortable, and functional. An interesting adjunct to the livability of the Com-Pac 35 is the integrating of stereo, television, video player, and microwave oven as standard equipment.

The most exciting part of this project has been the design concept. While we have maintained all the principles that have made Com-Pac a success, such as, traditional styling, cruising comfort, quality construction, and competitive pricing, the new Com-Pac 35 will herald the beginning of a new concept for a Com-Pac Yacht. Scheel Keel, "Euro-style" transom, hardware selection, interior layout and overall appearance are but a few of the obvious items that attest to the Hutchins Company's desire to offer a no nonsense, premium quality yacht that embodies all the elements necessary in today's demanding marketplace.

I am proud to be a part of the Hutchins Company's continuing program of design and development.

--Charley Morgan

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Manufactured by Com-Pac Yachts

Prices do not include freight, dealer prep, or sales tax if applicable.