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Sirius 35 DS

We asked our existing and future customers what they wanted in a 35 ft deck saloon yacht, we listened and 10 years ago we developed a yacht like no other, the Sirius 35 DS

“Is this the best boat ever built?” – this is how Chris Beeson describes our Sirius 35 DS in his review in Yachting Monthly magazine.

The 35 DS was the first design in our modern deck saloon range. After her launch in 2010, the yachting press were quick to praise our achievement in creating the space of a 40ft yacht in a 35ft hull thanks to our innovative split-level living arrangement. Her internal space allows us to offer her in a two-, four- or six-berth versions all of which can be customised to your specific needs to make her the perfect yacht for you.

Like on board all of our yachts the saloon gives an unparalleled 360-degree view out whether at sea or in harbour so you can take in your surroundings whatever the weather. She’s available with two fin keels (one deep fin or one shallow fin), twin keels or a lifting keel.

After 10 years, we have personalised the 35 DS in countless ways for our owners and she continues to be as popular now as when she was first launched.

Layout options

Click the buttons below to see the layouts that are currently available. Every Sirius yacht is custom built to the specific requirements of the owner, so that your ideas about the design and equipment can be fully incorporated. How would you design yours?

Sirius 35 DS interior - for 2 - standard
Sirius 35 DS – 2 berth – standard
Sirius 35 DS - 4 berth - fixed keel
Sirius 35 DS – 4 berth – fixed keel
Sirius 35 DS - 4 berth - swing keel
Sirius 35 DS – 4 berth – swing keel
Sirius 35 DS - 6 berth - standard
Sirius 35 DS – 6 berth – standard
Sirius 35 DS saloon

As well as possibilities to brace and support yourself on board in a proper way, the quality of life is also defined by well-lit and airy rooms with 1.95 m headroom or more, a bright, fresh but also balanced design and a smart mixture of usable storage space and practical details.

By omitting an aft cabin (in our 4-berth and for2 versions), which is sometimes narrow and affected by waves which hit below the stern, by incorporating a companion way which is located sideways and taking advantage of the U-formed seating area, the whole low-level area provides space which is even more spacious than on our Sirius 38 DS. For more guests on board the saloon table quickly converts into a double berth (1.40 m in width and 2.20 m long, optional).

A bright, fresh but also balanced design offering a smart mixture of usable storage space and practical details

By moving the saloon seat forward you access the engine and walkway to the workshop, where most of the technical equipment is located as well as plenty of storage for tools and spares.

In the 4-berth version the owner’s cabin is situated half under the seating area in the centre of the boat, ensuring the least amount of noise and movement. It boasts a luxury double berth of 2.04 m in length and 1.60 m width running the full length. You will experience light and air in a completely new dimension!

In our for 2 version the forecabin occupies all the space forwards of the main bulkhead in front of the mast. Next to a bed, which is truly big for this size of a boat, there remains enough room for a cosy double sofa with extendable pull out and a television and a book shelf is located opposite, all with 1.90 m head room. Because of this an airy and well lit “second saloon” is created, which is without equal as it is provided with three large hatches, two windows in the deck and two optional hull windows.

Look inside

Click the pictures below for a 360-degree view of the interior of a Sirius 35 DS

Cockpit and saloon


Owner’s cabin, head and shower

Forecabin and head

Technic room

Sirius 35 DS Brochure

We can send you our extensive brochure by post or you can download a pdf version which you can view on screen or print out yourself.

Technical data


  • LOA: 10.60m
  • LWL: 9.70m
  • Beam (Max): 3.53m
  • Beam waterline: 3.15m
  • Displacement: 8.1t
  • Ballast: 2.6t


  • Single fin: 1.98m (Standard) 1.90m / 1.60m (Optional)
  • Twin keel (optional): 1.55 / 1.30m
  • Swing keel (optional): 0.85 – 2.10m


  • Mainsail (standard): 33.5m²
  • Self-tacking jib (standard): 23.2m²
  • Genoa I: 42.0m²
  • Genoa II: 28.0m²
  • Spinnaker: 110.0m²
  • Furling Gennaker: 86.0m²
  • Furling Drifter: 55.0m²
  • A Performance Rig with 23% more sailing cloth is possible.

Standard equipment

CE-registration: Category A, Ocean for world-wide travelling.

Hull and deck:
Made in hand-layed GRP. The hull is built exceptionally strong, above the waterline with vacuum-adhered sandwich, in a one-piece mould with vinylester-gelcoat and resin, fiberglass mats and rovings, which are especially developed for the boat building. Parts of the deck are also built in sandwich-construction. Hull-deck connection and bulkheads are laminated from all sides.

Underwater finish: 1 layer epoxy primer and anti fouling, 2 waterline stripes in the colour of your choice.

Keel: approx. 2.60t casted iron (optional: hardened lead bulb), glued and screwed to the hull with up to ten 20 mm stainless steel bolts through flatrolled steel. The forces are redistributed by massively laminated bottom floor sections.

Rudder: pre-balanced rudder blade with half-skeg; tiller (wheel option).

Deck coating: PVC-Flexiteek decking for side decks, upper deck and in the cockpit, on the coamings and bathing platform, (GRP-deck with antiskid and real teakdeck possible).

Deck fittings: Bow pulpit, stern pushpit, guard rail with 8 stanchions in stainless steel and 4 life lines, strong solid wooden rubbing streaks, bow fitting with anchor roller and anchor windlass in the anchor locker, 20kg galvanized anchor with 8mm chain forerunner and 25m rope; self-tacking-jib system; halyards and trim lines are led back to the cockpit through halyard stoppers into a halyard box, 1 self-tailing 28 winch; closeable permanent ventilator in the anchor locker, telescopic bathing ladder, 6 kleets, 5 skylights which are recessed-mounted into the deck (3x 50×50 and 1 each 33×33 and 60x60cm); plexiglas sliding-hatch in the saloon; all deck saloon windows are made of safety-glass (option: double glazing) recessed glued in and are screwed through a solid aluminum frames fracture. Optional windows in the hull are made from bullet-proof Polycarbonate, frameless glued. There is an opening window above the galley and optional also for the seating area.

Cockpit: 4 cockpit drains, Flexiteek on benches, coaming and cockpit floor, 3 cubby holes in the cockpit, gas box, 3 big locker seats with approximately 3000l of storage volume.

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Galley: Two-flame half-gimbaled gas stove with oven, 100 l refrigerator with icebox, stainless steel double sink unit, pressurized water system, 7 drawers, 1 upper shelf with LED-light; waste box, deep bottom shelves with approximately 1600l of storage volume.

Head: Separate shower room; toilet room with manual sea toilet, large wash – basin, mirror and large cupboard on top and bottom. Waste water tank (from 138l upwards) with overboard-discharge and outlet for dockside emptying.

Water system: water pressure system, water tank from 220 l upwards with tank display.

Engine: Volvo-Diesel D2 50, four cylinders, 37.5 kW 51HP, double cooling system, seawater filter, saildrive with folding propeller, generator 14 V -115Ah, tacho, single lever engine throttle; diesel tank, from 150l upwards with tank display and oil filter.

Electric device: Control-center in the navigation corner with main switches and fuse box, compass; complete navigation lights with deck light, one ceiling lamp each in heads, shower and corridor, 3 lamps in the saloon, 3 lamps in the galley, 2 reading lamps and 1 ceiling lamp in both cabins, 1 engine room light; 1 starting battery (70 Ah) and 2 consumption batteries (each 100Ah) with separate electric circuit.

Cushions: 10cm foam material with high-quality fabric covers, ergonomically shaped.

Rig: 2-spreader rig with forestay, shared backstay with cascade system, 2 upper shrouds, 2 middle shrouds, 2 lower shrouds, 1 main halyard, 1 jib halyard, 1 reserve halyard on the mast; main boom with 2 in boom single line reefing-systems, kicking strap; all active halyards and trim lines are led back to the cockpit. Mast and boom are made out of aluminium.

1 set of sails: including 23.3m² self-tacking jib, main sail 33.5 m² with 2 reefing rows as well as jib and main sheet.

We reserve the right to change the construction and the standard equipment. The drawings, pictures and texts show also special designs and options.

Sirius 35 DS Brochure

We can send you our extensive brochure by post or you can download a pdf version which you can view on screen or print out yourself.