Architects Joubert-Nivelt have designed a planing hull with outstanding performance, inspired by classic lines. This larger Open offers fine handling in choppy seas, excellent course-holding, and terrific stability - with a top speed of over 42 knots in the most powerful version.
Safety is a key feature too, with high freeboard, wide side-decks, lots of handrails, and roomy bench seats where you can sit tight even at high speed. A modest draught, the ease of beaching, and the long range allowed by the 480-litre fuel tank all contribute to the feeling of comfort, confidence, and safety.
Bertrand Danglade has designed the RHEA 35 Open to suit a variety of purposes. The deck is covered in solid teak throughout and is perfect for relaxing, with a large bench seat aft that converts to a sun-bathing platform of over 4 m2. Forward, there is a deck saloon seating 8-10 people round a removable table. A sliding unit under the helmsmen's seats discreetly houses the outdoor galley with sink, cooker, and a refrigerator. Beneath the driving console, the cabin (1.83 m headroom) offers a double berth and a head, making coastal cruising a real possibility too.
All types of protection are available as optional extras: T-top, bimini, or forward cockpit canopy.
Gold Coast, Australia
34' 9" - 10.60m
GRP/12mm marine plyhood sandwich
Single or twin-engined diesel
Engine instrument panel
Hydraulic steering whee
2x260 hp or 1 x 370 hp
Double berth, Storage lockers, 4 opening portholes Head : marine toilet and washbasin Holding tank
LAYOUT: External sliding kitchen with 1burner cooker, sink, storage lockers 65-litre fridge,
95-litre fresh water tank, 2 teak glasses support