'Freja', our Trident Voyager 35 Sailboat is for Sale
by owner Anders Larsson

It's time to sell 'Freja', our 1980 Trident Voyager 35 pilothouse cruising yacht. We sailed her from Sweden and crossed the Atlantic in December 2022, and are currently in Martinique in the French West Indies.

Trident Voyager 35 sailboat'Freja', our 1980 Trident Voyager 35

The Voyager 35 is an English boat designed by Angus Primrose, who also designed several popular Moody sailboats in the 1970s and 80s. She has a full keel and a deck saloon.

She's strong, stable, safe and sails well in all conditions.

'Freja' went through a refit before we left Sweden and is fully equipped for cruising.

She's the perfect boat for a couple, but we've also cruised with four people onboard for long periods with ease.

'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat ashoreLong keel and fully supported rudder

Published Specification for the Voyager 35

Underwater Profile: Long keel

Hull Material: GRP (Fibreglass)

Length Overall: 35'0" (10.7m), plus bowsprit (3.2m) and swim platform (1.6m)

Waterline Length: 26'1" (8.0m)

Beam: 10'6" (3.2m)

Draft: 5'0" (1.5m)

Rig Type: Masthead sloop

Berths: 5

Water: 160 litre

Fuel: 300 litre

Displacement: 14,950lb (6,781kg)

Ballast: 5,100lb (2,313kg)

Designer: Angus Primrose

Builder: Trident Marine (UK)

Year First Built: 1972


'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat saloonDinette on port side of the saloon
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat navigation stationStand-up chart table on starboard side of companionway
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat cabin heaterCabin heater for cooler climes
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat galleyGalley at foot of companionway on port side
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat forepeakComfortable double berth on the forecabin
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat headThe head

On Deck

'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat foredeckHeadsail on a Profurl C320 furling gear
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat mastThe mast is deck-stepped
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat deckNon-skid covers nearly all the deck


'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat cockpitCockpit is safe and secure
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat cockpit instrumentsCockpit instruments
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat winchHarken 46 2-speed self-tailing sheet winches


  • Sloop with inner/solent stay;
  • Stays and shrouds new 2022;
  • Profurl C320 furler new 2023;
  • Harken 46 2-speed self-tailing sheet winches.


  • Mainsail with 3 reefs (2014); 
  • Genoa 135% (2014);
  • Gennaker on Profurl furler (2014);
  • Stormjib and spinnaker.


  • Solé Mini-44 (2015);
  • Side-Power bowthruster (2012).
'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat engineSolé Mini-44 marine diesel engine


  • Raymarine Element 7S plotter (2022);
  • Raymarine EV-1 autopilot (2018);
  • AIS (2022);Liferaft 4 person (2022);
  • EPIRB (2022);
  • VHF, fixed and handheld (2022);
  • Satellite phone;
  • 315W solar panels with MPPT regulator (2022);
  • 330Ah house batteries (2022);
  • CQR-anchor with 50m 8mm chain (2022);
  • Dinghy 3M RIB with 15hp outboard;
  • 80L top-loaded fridge + 26L fridge/freezer-box;
  • 2 burner stove with oven;
  • Manual head with septic tank.

These are the main features of the boat but there is loads more and we are happy to send a more extensive list of the equipment along with details of the refit and repairs.

Asking Price & Owner's Contact Details...

'Freja', a Voyager 35 Sailboat anchored'Freja', awaiting a new owner...

I'm asking €35,000 for 'Freja', my Trident Voyager 35 sailboat, but the price is negotiable.

Time and place of the sale is flexible as we are happy to keep sailing her in the Caribbean for several more months.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or would like any more information.

You can find my contact details here...

Owner: Anders Larrson

What is the Trident Voyager 35 sailboat like to sail?

Based on Published Design Ratios for the Trident Voyager 35:

Her Sail Area/Displacement Ratio of just 13.2 suggests that the Voyager 35 will need a stiff breeze to get her going. In light conditions, unless you've got plenty of time on your hands, motor-sailing may be the way to go.

Her Ballast/Displacement Ratio of 314 means that the Voyager 35 will stand up well to her canvas in a blow, helping her to power through the waves.

Her Displacement/Length Ratio of 314 tells us the Voyager 35 is clearly a heavy displacement cruising boat. You can load her down with all your cruising gear and equipment and it will hardly affect her waterline. Not an ideal choice for coastal sailing, but she'll come into her own on an offshore passage in testing conditions.

More about Design Ratios...

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