There’s plenty of storage onboard and the sensible layout comes in several ways. You can either hide away the kids with a cozy bunk cabin or add in an extra double berth to cruise with friends, and the owners cabin is simply lush. Pierangelo Andreani has done a stellar job to offer a wide island bed at the bow, and the air inside is kept fresh and circulating through the butterfly door and louvered closet doors. As always, a well equipped galley means everyone is fed and entertained during their time on board. A trendy touch comes with the wood trimmings too which stray from the traditional mahogany and match the look of the wheelhouse.
Even the most un-sturdy folk should feel confident on their feet aboard the Swift Trawler 35. There’s space to move around on deck, with a 37cm catwalk made possible by the assymetric deck design. And above all, the large chines and semi-displacement hull means a smooth ride is had even through the choppiest of seas. Opening out the aft deck is an added bonus for a swimming platform, general lazing about area, or extra party space.