Rarely do we come across a yacht that has been maintained as well as NALU. Her original owners are a knowledgeable couple who have never deferred maintenance and upkeep. She shows as new both topside and below deck. Her hatches, fixed windows and ports are flawless without crazing, her gelcoat shines, her Iverson's Design dodger looks like she was designed for the yacht at the factory. Her interior upholstery is in perfect condition, there are no odors and she is very clean throughout. Simply put, NALU is practically flawless. She is a turn-key yacht that is ready to enjoy immediately.
A versatile Marc Lombard design, the Sun Odyssey 35 combines a lively hull shape and spacious interior with an easy to handle sailplan controlled from a comfortable aft cockpit. A nicely sculpted trunkhouse flows naturally from the deck and together with the slight reverse transom. There is no mystery as to why the Sun Odyssey 35 is a spacious boat, both on deck and below-it's a direct result of beam. While the overall beam of 11 feet, 5 inches is not excessive, designer Lombard carries the beam almost all the way aft, creating a wedge-shaped hull high in form stability that also scoots when sailing off the wind.
The all teak interior of NALU is sensibly designed. As you descend the companionway the L-shaped galley is to starboard and the spacious head with stall shower is to port. Moving forward on the port side is a wet locker followed by a forward facing navigation station that slides aft to create a single berth out of the port side settee. Across to starboard is a large C-shaped dinette that can be converted to a comfortable double berth for guests. The dinette table can be raised all the way up out of the way to create space. All the way forward is a private stateroom with a large V-berth, dressing seat, a hanging locker and additional storage options. The private owners stateroom is aft of the galley with a queen size berth and a hanging locker.
NALU has a large L-shaped galley with plenty of storage and counter space. A clear panel separates the galley from the saloon but does not isolate the chef. She features twin rectangular stainless steel sinks, a two-burner stove and oven and 12-volt cold-plate refrigeration. A halogen overhead light is well placed, complimented by a sky light that can be closed with a clever shade.
The chart table is quite unique and very functional. Forward facing and positioned off to port, the table slides when not in use to lengthen the port saloon settee. When in the conventional mode, there is a curved navigator's seat, a shelf for manuals, a clever adjustable spotlight, a panel for repeaters and access to the electrical panel.
The binnacle features all of the electronic instruments on a panel directly in from of the helm.
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