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Note the side-boarding doors to port and starboard in the cockpit of the MJM 35: They’re designed to be at floating-dock height, making it easy for owner-operators to walk the length of the flush-deck design and tie up the nearly 38-foot-long boat without help from the crew.
Also in the practicality column is the 35’s range: She can go far, even when she’s going fast. With the optional 350 hp Mercury Verado outboards, the boat will cruise nearly 250 miles at 38 knots. Verados rated at 300 hp are standard, as are joystick docking, GPS station-keeping and engine auto-trim.
A Seakeeper 3 gyrostabilizer and a full-length Bimini top are optional for comfort on the hook in most any weather.
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