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€ 325 per day
Miami, United States

Bristol 35.5

  • Sailboat
  • 36ft
  • 2
  • 5

About the Boat

Greece is a beautiful centerboard model of this classic Ted Hood design. She has been lightly sailed each summer in South Florida.

The Bristol 35.5 combines the classically modern design of Ted Hood with the meticulous craftsmanship of Bristol Yachts in a responsive yet comfortable racer-cruiser. With her efficient hull design, the 35.5 features the graceful lines and comfortable layout which provide an uncramped, uncluttered feeling when above or below decks. This proven design epitomizes the obsessive concern for quality of workmanship and structural integrity for which Bristol Yachts are famous.

Continuously Upgraded .

Interior Cabin Just Re-Finished-Now Gleams (Sept 2020) with new chainplates and standing riggings.

This boat would be ideal for the sailor who wants a classic, proven design that offers a beautiful combination of comfort and performance.

Boat Specs

  • Boat model: Bristol 35.5
  • Boat name: Greece
  • Year built: 1979
  • Draft (cm): 118
  • Engine power (hp): 22(HP)
  • Fuel Tank (liters): 100
  • Water tank (liters): 150


  • Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerator
  • Toilet
  • Sink
  • Shower
  • Gas Burner
  • Oven/Grill
  • Microwave
  • Stereo/TV


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The stunning Key Biscayne area offers endless options for watersports and boating enthusiast alike. Hop aboard a catamaran, sail boat, or luxury yacht, and spend a day on the clear blue waters of Biscayne Bay. Paddle along the mangroves, or grab a snorkel, mask and fins and explore the vibrant world just beneath the surface. Enjoy a relaxing day under blue skies as you coast along the waterways admiring Miami’s magnificent coastline and the stunning waterfront homes of celebrities. For a fun picnic, sail to Nixon Beach, a local hotspot where you can drop anchor and fire up a grill.

Biscayne National Park
This underwater paradaise is home to a rare combination of emerald islands including Boca Chita Key, Elliot Key, Adams Key, and Convoy Point, as well as stunning coral reefs and mangrove forests. Offering a wide variety of amenities and everything from public campgrounds to museums, each island is entirely unique. Of course, the main attraction is just off shore. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy boating, snorkeling, exploring underwater shipwrecks, and discovering wildlife.

As you sail away from the mangrove shoreline out onto Biscayne Bay, a vast expanse of clear blue waters awaits you. The wide blue sky above will make you feel as if you’re gliding through space, but look carefully, and you will discover wildlife is all around. This shallow estuary serves as a nursery for infant marine life. Lush beds of seagrass provide food and ample hiding places for young sea turtles as well as fish, crustaceans, shellfish, and other marine creatures. From brown pelicans swooping into the water to gather lunch, to sea turtles skimming above the seagrass, Biscayne Bay will quickly enchant you as it comes to life before your eyes.