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This is a lot of boat !! Troublemaker is a 35’ Schock masthead sloop, designed as a cruiser racer. It has been very successfully used for club PHRF racing throughout her life, whilst the current skipper has also cruised her.
In 2017 Wet Wednesday racing configuration, Troublemaker won
both her class and overall trophy during a 30 + race series,
completed in a wide range of weather conditions.
Troublemaker is configured for ease of single, double handed, and
full crewed sailing. She was equipped with new Alpha Ropes
dyneema halyards and sheets in 2018.
Her smooth performance hull received new ablative bottom paint in
late 2017. She a has a fine 17.5 degree bow entry angle for good
penetration in a chop. With a high ballast displacement ratio of 45%
and low displacement to length ratio, she has proven all round
sailing performance. Troublemakers sail area displacement ratio is
22, which shows an ability for efficient sailing even in light air.
In cruising mode. A new Force 10 propane stove, three auto tiller
pilots, two whisker poles, and a kayak, are included in storage. An
electric head is installed. A Fortress anchor with chain and three
strand nylon rode is on board.
Troublemaker is highly recommended to sailors who wish to sail a
versatile, performance orientated, mid sized cruiser racer.

Engines
Engine Brand Yanmar
Year Built 1989
Engine type Inboard
Engine power 27 HP
Specifications
Boat Name Troublemaker
Boat Condition Used
Boat Class Unspecified
Hull Material Fiberglass
No of Berths 6
No of Single 4
No of Double Berths 4
No of Cabin 4
Flag of Registry US
Dimensions
LOA 35
Beam 11.75
Maximum draft 6.75
Displacement 10000
Tanks
Water Tank 10 Gallons
No of Water Tank 1
Water Tank Material Plastic
Fuel Tank 17 Gallons
No of Fuel Tank 1
Fuel Tank Material Aluminum
Holding Tank 10 Gallons
No of Holding Tank 1
Holding Tank Material Plastic

Additional Information

Schock 35 Cruiser Racer, Masthead Sloop 1989
$29,500
Channel Islands Harbor, Ca

Description
Troublemaker is a 35’ Schock masthead sloop, designed as a cruiser racer. She has been very successfully used for club PHRF racing throughout her life, whilst the current skipper has also cruised her.
In 2017 Wet Wednesday racing configuration, Troublemaker won both her class and overall trophy during a 30 + race series, completed in a wide range of weather conditions.
Troublemaker is configured for ease of single, double handed, and full crewed sailing. She was equipped with new Alpha Ropes, dyneema halyards and sheets in 2018.
Her smooth performance hull received new ablative bottom paint in late 2017. She a has a fine 17.5 degree bow entry angle for good penetration in a chop. With a high ballast displacement ratio of 45% and low displacement to length ratio, she has proven all round sailing performance. Troublemakers sail area displacement ratio is 22, which shows an ability for efficient sailing even in light air.
In cruising mode a new Force 10 propane stove, three auto tiller pilots, two whisker poles, and a kayak, are included in storage. An electric head is installed. A Fortress anchor with chain and three strand nylon rode is on board.
Troublemaker is highly recommended to sailors who wish to sail a versatile, performance orientated, mid sized cruiser racer.

Specifications
BOAT NAME Troublemaker
BOAT CONDITION Used
BOAT CLASS Cruiser Racer
HULL MATERIAL Fiberglass
NO OF SINGLE BERTHS 4
NO OF DOUBLE BERTHS 2
NO OF CABINS 1
FLAG OF REGISTRY US
Dimensions
LOA 35 ft

BEAM 11ft 9in
LWL 29ft 6in
DRAFT 6ft 9in
DISPLACEMENT 10,000 lbs
BALLAST 4,500 lbs
HEADROOM 6ft 2in
WORKING SAIL AREA 639 sq ft
SA/DISP 22.11
BAL/DISP 45%
DISP/LEN 173.89
HULL Fiber Glass
KEEL Fin and Spade Rudder
DESIGNER W. Shad Turner
BUILDER Schock W.D.

Tanks
WATER 10 Gallons *
WATER TANK MATERIAL Plastic
FUEL 17 Gallons
FUEL TANK MATERIAL Aluminum
HOLDING 10 Gallons *
HOLDING TANK MATERIAL Plastic

Engine
ENGINE BRAND Yanmar 3GM30F
ENGINE TYPE Single Inboard Diesel
ENGINE POWER 24 hp @ 3400 rpm.
27 hp @ 3600 rpm
DRIVE TYPE Direct drive
TWO BLADE FOLDING PROPELLER

Standard Features.

Accommodations.
Open cabin layout with Galley to port, including ice box and sink. Oven area in galley for Force 10 stove *(in storage) if utilized.
Two quarter berths in stern. Two single settee berths in mid area. Two other optional upper berths, presently used for storage.
Electric head forward bow area.

Large bow area presently used for storage, or suitable for
conversion to double berth.
Two large volume storage lockers in cockpit either side of tiller.

Deck and Cockpit
Large 12 ft Cockpit length, with built in seating, for 6 – 8 crew.
The Lewmar and Harken, six winch layout suits single, double, and fully crewed operation Mainsheet, traveller, and adjustable backstay are also within reach of the helm. When sailed single handed, the jib sheets may also be trimmed by the helmsman. Sail controls are led to cockpit.
Two large volume storage lockers are adjacent to stern.
Spars, Rigging, and Sails
The aluminum double spreader rig is keel stepped. The fixed rigging is stainless rod, with the back stay upgraded to dyneema in 2018. At that time the original hydraulic backstay adjuster was replaced with a manually operated dyneema purchase system. In 2018, two Harken self tailing winches were installed within easy reach of the helm. This simplified system is reliable and avoids hydraulic maintenance issues, particularly if longer voyages are planned.

All new running rigging by Alpha Ropes dyneema halyards and sheets were fitted in 2018.
All blocks required are provided to rig for cruising or racing, plus three winch handles. Winches consist of:
2 Harken self tailing #46 2 speed, 2 Lewmar #48 speed, 2 Lewmar #40 self tailing.

One spinnaker pole and two whisker poles are provided.
Sails are sixteen synthetic and dacron sails are available, which range from average to excellent condition.

            *Denotes Items in storage

MAIN SAILS
1 Black, synthetic, light medium, one reef.
1 Dacron, two reefs. 

JIBS

1 #1 155% Jib, black, synthetic *
1 #1 Light, Kevlar *
1 #1 Light medium, Kevlar *
2 #1 Medium heavy, Kevlar *
3 #3 Dacron *
1 #4 Dacron, foil or hank rig *
1 #5 Dacron, foil or hank rig *
SPINNAKERS
1 Symmetrical, Ullman, white *
1 Symmetrical, Ullman, green *
1 Asymmetric 3A, Ullman, white *
1 Symmetrical, North, white, (training) *

Electrical and Mechanical
Yanmar 3GM30F Diesel engine. Raw water Impeller, starter and solenoid replaced 2018. Alternator battery charging of house and starter batteries.
Two AGM 12 volt battery system, plus one spare AGM battery stored separately on board with jumper cables.
12 volt panel 

Running lights

Cabin lights 

Anchor light

Deck light Backup set of battery operated navigational lights.

One vehicle type multi-charger used to top up batteries when docked if required..

Electronics, Communications & Safety

Garmin 162 Plotter linked to masthead indicator.
ACR EPIRB
Rescue me PLB (personal location beacon)
Standard Horizon 25 watt VHF Radio, GX 2200 Matrix AIS with GPS with splitter, plus backup antenna *
5 Watt Icom handheld VHF Radio
Radar reflector
Cockpit mounted Compass
Three auto tiller pilot sets
Inclinometers, 2.

Auto Bilge pump
Manual Bilge pump
12 Volt Inverter, suits small appliances
Lifesling
Lifejackets
Bosuns chair (Brand new)
Life jackets
Jack lines
Flare kit
Wood plugs
Fortress anchor, chain and three strand nylon rode

Galley
*Denotes Items in storage
Force ten propane stove *
Butane cook top.
Cutlery & cookware.*
General. One single person Kayak and paddle

Not sure if you’ll need much more!

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Owner’s personal items excluded.  Exclusions include, however are not limited to, Seller’s personal possessions, loose items, binoculars, handheld radio(s), charts, tools, fishing equipment, spare parts, clothing and foul weather gear, galley equipment, linens/bedding and any items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.

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This is an excellent sailing vessel owned by an avid sailor.

             Motivated Seller!! Moving out of state!

                 All reasonable offers considered

Please contact

Young Gietzen

805-340-4241

young@seacoastsales.com

 

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35′ Schock 35 1989

$29,500
Oxnard, CA

Status: Active