TT35 Key Features
The TT35 can slip into shallow and protected areas of crowded anchorages, and the boat can be easily beached.
Approaching 10 mpg at traditional displacement speeds; 3 to 5 mpg in the 12 to 18 mph range. Top speed of 24 mph.
1,000 miles at displacement speeds, and in excess of 450 miles at 15 mph.
An air draft of less than 10 feet passage under low fixed bridges and most draw bridges without waiting for an opening.
All onboard systems are designed for reliability and ease of maintenance, including the reliable four-stroke Suzuki outboards.
Faster cruising speeds allow for much shorter “weather windows” than traditional displacement vessels, and a comfortable and efficient attitude when throttled back to operate in rougher weather.
Ease of Launch and Retrieval
Easily ramp launched or lifted and rack-stored by a marine forklift, eliminating the need for costly marine travel lifts and pricey boatyard bills.
A gross vehicle weight under 10,000 pounds allows for easy towing by a standard pickup truck. This increases options for cruisers who boat on a seasonal basis.
Easy Line Clearing and Prop Changes
Tilting the outboards allows for simple, quick line clearing or prop changes performed from the safety of the transom tailgate.
Solar panels, water makers, washer/drier combos and a standard composting head allow the TT to comfortably spend extended periods at anchor or on a mooring.
Maintains cruising speeds of 10 mph or more on a single engine with no loss of control or helm response.
high density foam cored construction gives plenty of inherent buoyancy, allowing the TT to remain afloat even if holed or swamped.
Lock and Dock Friendly
Easily managed by a crew of two, and single-handed by a competent skipper making use of the sliding helm door and midship spring cleat.
More Cruising Options
The mid to high-teen operating speeds of the TT35 will increase the number of destinations available within each day's cruising window.
The TT and its trailer can be loaded on a roll-on cargo ship and moved to ports across the world quickly, safely and cost effectively.
Enjoy the comforts of a full island queen berth, separate stall shower and a generously-proportioned galley.
The TT35's airy saloon seat six, and converts to a double bunk. The covered cockpit provides bench seating for four or more.
Ease of Boarding
Varied deck and cockpit heights allow for easy boarding at any level from waterline floating docks to docks to higher fixed docks.
Ample Natural Lighting and Ventilation
With a total of 18 hatches, windows, doors and port lights—most with screens—the TT features lots of natural light and ventilation.
Energy Efficient Lighting
LED fixtures draw a fraction of the power of conventional lights, and last for up to 20,000 hours.
Safe, Efficient Cooking
An electric induction cook top and a microwave/convection oven eliminate the fire hazards of onboard propane, and can operate off the inverter/battery bank.