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2006 Duffy 35 Extended Hardtop

  • 35 ft
  • Downeast
  • Belfast, ME, US

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  • Duffy 35 - Bullfrog - Underway
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  • Duffy 35 - Bullfrog - Underway
  • Duffy 35 - Bullfrog - Underway
  • Duffy 35 - Bullfrog - Underway
  • Duffy 35 - Bullfrog - Underway
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  •   "Not only is The Duffy 35 the most popular boat in our line it is one of the most popular lobster boats of all time with over 370 hulls built since 1982. The Duffy 35 is a built down hull with a fine forefoot and flat after sections producing good speed and the excellent ride that Duffy’s are famous for. Over the years the Duffy 35 has proven itself to be a safe and stable boat in all but the most severe sea conditions." ~Atlantic Boatworks Website
     Bullfrog is a simple, well-built and practical Downeast style cruiser built by Atlantic Boat Company in Brooklin, Maine. Using one of the most popular Downeast style hull designs of all time for lobstermen, fisherman's and pleasure boater this boat enjoys a special pedigree. Add a sensible and practical layout, quality equipment and knowledgeable and capable ownership, this is a very special boat.
     Owners are keen to sell and want her sold this year and will consider all reasonable offers. This is a fantastic opportunity to own an iconic Duffy 35!


Basic Information

35 Extended Hardtop
Belfast, ME, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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Dimensions & Weight

35 ft - 10.67 meter
11 ft 10 in - 3.61 meter
Draft - max:
3 ft 4 in - 1.01 meter
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QSB 5.9
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Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
380 (Individual), 380 (combined)
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Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
250 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
80 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
9 gallons - 1 tank(s)


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Atlantic Duffy 35
     "We celebrated the 350th Duffy 35 in 2002 by building a new hull mold for the 35. New for 2003 are two new deck molds. One work boat deck mold (steering bulkhead at 21’6″) and a cruiser deck (steering bulkhead at 19’6″). Separate roofsare available for both deck molds. There is standing head room down forward with both the cruiser and work boat deck.
     In addition to the hundreds of commercial lobster boats built on this hull the Duffy 35 has been hugely popular with commercial tuna fishermen and sportfishermen. She is a good moderately sized boat, large enough to range offshore in spring, summer, and fall conditions the 100+ miles that tuna fishing requires and small enough to do so with speed and fuel efficiency. Her reputation of excellent seaworthiness has been earned through hard work on the water over a twenty year period.
     Duffy 35’s have been built with as little as 200hp and as much as 700hp but most 35’s today are being built with 225 to 500hp resulting in speeds, depending on weight, from 18 to 30+ knots. In work boat configuration an engine box is required.
     As a cruiser the Duffy 35 can accommodate a number of layouts including galley up or down with either a straight or L counter. The head can be a head/shower combo or head w/separate shower. The main cabin length can be varied to accommodate different salon and cockpit layouts. Quite a number of successful Flybridge cruisers have been built as well." ~Atlantic Boat Company
Hull and Deck
     Bullfrog is a Duffy 35 Downeast style semi-displacement hull. 
  • Solid fiberglass hull laminated with Vinylester
  • Green gelcoat finish
  •  White boot stripe
  • Black anti-fouling
  • White PVC rubric with stainless steel quarter round cap rail
  • PVC spray rails forward and on aft port and starboard quarters
  • Raked stem
  • Round chines
  • Full length keel/skeg
  • Full transom
     The decks, trunk cabin, pilot house and hard top are molded fiberglass with with foam coring.
  • White gelcoat 
  • Light grey non-skid
  • Shoe box construction deck to hull joint mechanically and chemically bonded
  • White full length PVC toe rails
  • Solid teak pulpit with anchor roller
  • Stainless steel Lewmar 20 pound claw anchor
  • Lewmar electrical windlass with foot switches and remote at helm
  • Welded stainless steel bow rails
  • Stainless steel hand rails on trunk port and starboard
  • Stainless steel hand rails on pilot house roof port and starboard
  • Stainless steel hand rails on turn to cockpit port and starboard
  • Stainless steel bow, mid ships, & aft cleats port and starboard & on cockpit combing aft
     One of the most distinctive features of Bullfrog is he large open cockpit with hardtop extending all the way to the transom. 
  • Full rollup acrylic clear enclosure
  • Stainless steel with teak tread steps port and starboard to run decks
  • Pelican cooler 
  • Opening door in transom to starboard
  • 3" x 6" scuppers running through transom
  • (4) Freeman locking deck hatches allowing access to rudder post, stuffing box and under deck storage
  • (2) 8" Freeman locking deck plate covers covering port and starboard fuel fills
  • Storage under port and starboard run decks 
Electrical Systems
12 Volt AC Distribution System:
  • Bass distribution panel 
  • 3 Bank battery tester
  • DC ampmeter
  • DC volt meter
120 Volt DC Distribution System:
  • Blue Sea distribution panel
  • AC volt meter
  • 30 Amp shore power cable
  • Shore power inlet
  • 120 Volt outlets
Helm Station:
  • Raymarine C120 chart plotter/radar 
  • Raymarine ST7002 autopilot
  • Raymarine ST40 depth 
  • I-Com IC-M412 marine VHF
  • Cummins SmartCraft engine display
  • Sidepower bow thruster controls
  • Lenco trim tab controls
  • Remote windlass controls
  • Guest spotlight controls
  • Ritchie Powerdamp marine compass
Pilot Saloon Roof:
  • Raymarine closed array radar on painted alloy mast
  • GPS Antennea on mast
  • VHF whip on mast
  • Single trumpet horn
  • Search light
     Entering the open and well thought out interior of Bullfrog the galley is to starboard just as you enter the door between the cockpit and the pilot salon. The galley features:
  • Dome lighting overhead
  • Opening window above work surfaces
  • Origo 2-burner alchohol flush mounted cook top
  • Single basin sink
  • Pressurized hot/cold fresh water
  • Rival microwave
  • Nova-Kool 12 volt DC/110 volt AC front loading refrigerator
  • Locker and drawer storage below work surfaces
     Off to port and just forward of the cockpit door is the dinette that offers great visibility and the forward bench seat doubles as a dinette seat and by switching positions of the backrest this becomes a large double seat for the co-pilot station. The Dinette area also features:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening windows to port and aft
  • Solid wood table that drops down to create an additional bunk
  • Bench seating with green upholstered seat and back rest cushions
  • Storage below seats and dinette base
Helm Station
     Moving forward from the galley and dinette to starboard is the large helm station offering fantastic visibility and access to the starboard weather deck through the side door just outboard of the helm station. Also on note at the helm station is:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • (3) Forward windows open and have dedicated wipers
  • Suite of electronics (see Electronics)
  • Side opening slide door
  • Stainless steel destroyer type helm 
  • Adjustable upholstered double helm seat with armrests
  • Stainless foot rest
  • Steps to side door
  • Storage below helm seat
Co-Pilot Station
     Located to port of the pilot station, the co-pilot station has room to stand while the dinette back rest is turned into the aft facing position or as a double forward facing bench when the back rest is turned around and moved to the aft edge of the seat. 
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening window to port
  • Large work surface for charts forward with wood fiddle
  • Stainless steel foot rest
  • Storage outboard and below seat
Forward Cabin
     Stepping down into the forward cabin the electrical panels are in the companionway to port and a hanging locker is to port. At the bottom of the steps is the head and opposite on the port side is a settee with green upholstered seat and backrest cushions. Also of note:
  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening port light with screens
  • Storage above and below for surfaces
  • Single basin sink
  • Hot/cold pressurized fresh water tap that pulls out to be used as a shower
  • Solid wood towel rack
  • Dometic SeaLand electric head
  • Opening deck hatch with screens
  • Overhead dome lights
  • Opening port lights port and starboard with screens
  • 12 volt Hella fans port and starboard on forward bulkhead
  • Access to chain locker
  • Shelf storage port and starboard above bunk
  • Green upholstered split mattress
  • Storage above settee
  • Settee with green upholstered cushions
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     The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.