1980, Winthrop Warner / Gordon Swift Cutter, 35’
Located: Rhode Island / Asking Price: $69,000

An especially handsome cutter designed by Winthrop Warner in 1934, UNICORN was well and heavily built for a long-term yard operator by Gordon “Swifty” Swift of Kensington, New Hampshire in 1980.

Like the numerous other Warner-designed ketches, yawls, and cutters, UNICORN, has proven to be an able and comfortable cruiser.

In 1986, a first-class Maine yacht yard undertook and completed a major rebuild of the vessel and upgrades to equipment to include the following:

  • Ice chest was enlarged and reinsulated
  • New Shipmate propane stove
  • New cherry countertops
  • New Mainsail
  • New roller-furling Genoa
  • New Harken roller-furling headstay
  • New corduroy interior berth-cushion covers
  • New suite of navigational electronics including Furuno LC90 Loran, Furuno radar, Garmin GPS and Navico autopilot
  • New alternator
  • New ground tackle

One of her former owners described UNICORN as a boat that’s “elegant and traditional,” adding that she “turns heads in every port, sails nicely, and can be sailed single-handed or by a couple.”

Principle Dimensions and Information
Designer Winthrop Warner
Builder Gordon Swift / Swift Custom Yachts
Year Built 1980
LOA 34’ 6”
Beam 11’ 0”
Draft 5’ 7”
Displacement 22000 lbs.
Ballast 7300 external lead
Head Room 6’ 2”
Auxiliary Propulsion Westerbeke 40 diesel

For complete information on this boat or any of the boats offered for sale by Brooklin Boat Yard both new and previous owned
contact our broker John Maxwell by phone (207-359-2193), by email (brokerage@brooklinboatyard.com) or by searching all our listings on Yachtworld.