A great pocket cruiser, the COOT 35 by Seahorse Marine, helps bring out your inherent seafaring spirit by facilitating exploration of small, protected harbors, rivers, coves and coasts. This is referred to as gunk-holing, and the COOT 35 just may be the perfect boat for this kind of maritime meandering.
Seahorse Marine has a good reputation for making a very strong steel hull, which can endure mishaps that fiberglass can’t take, including rocks and deadheads during night cruising, or while in fog.
The distinctive trawler pilothouse combines the saloon with computer desk, two settees in concert with a dinette for six. The aft cabin consists of a 6’ bathroom with a shower and full galley (propane or electric cooktop, and oven or microwave and a refrigerator).
Sleeps 5: Her forward cabin sleeps two, with a large double bed, while the couch converts to a guest bed.
The stainless transom boarding ladder is standard, while a folding swim platform is optional. And at 7 knots, her range is approximately 1,800 nautical miles.
Safely explore new waterways, small town harbors, inlets and more!