Scopinich's standard arrangement calls for a double berth in the vee, along with a dinette that converts to a sleeper, which can sleep three comfortably. A TV and VCR will keep you entertained on overnighters, and the galley contains the basics: microwave, refrigerator and freezer. Cabin headroom throughout is 6'5".
The 35 offers a number of standard fishing amenities in its 100-square-foot self-bailing cockpit, including an insulated lift-out fish box that's nothing if not huge. A set of tackle drawers with an insulated storage box sits to starboard and a circulating livewell to port. Freshwater and saltwater wash-down is also standard.
On the bridge, the standard equipment list includes a teak island-style helm that boasts recessed gauges, a stainless-steel steering wheel and single-lever controls. The helm offers good visibility of the bow and cockpit, and twin bench seats on either side feature plenty of storage underneath.