What’s in a name The Fleet Home Technical Information Information History Views from a mooring Sovereign 35’s  in the press Sundance Pictures  & Text Lerryn Lady Plymouth Classics  July 2007 Sovereign 35 Owners  Club  Meeting 2007 Sea Bright ‘s voyage to New Zealand Queen Bee Round the  Island Race 2015 Sovereign35@btopenworld.com Super Sovereign 35     A safe and seaworthy cruiser NainJaune Story Sovereign 35 Whistler, Sailed to New Zealand and Sold  Read about whistlers trip here Sephina  1972 version  recently sold.  Read more on Sephina here Merrick anchored in Cawsand  bay in August 2005, Merrick is a 1970 Composite version  with the original optional Charcoal burner in the main cabin, well looked after and based in Sutton Harbour Lerryn Lady on her mooring, Queen Bee was moored next door, not bad odds of 2 SS35’s together considering the rarity. Now For Sale Lerryn Lady For Sale Oleander, In the yard at Weir Quay  in 2004, She is now sold and I believe in Falmouth being prepared for her voyage to Australia/New Zealand Brigus, 1973 MkII, looking great under full sail. Presently being refurbished by the owner. Queen Bee, 1976/77 built by E C Gransden in Kent she has an older Sister “Suzerain”  also built by E C Gransden.  QB had a new Gel Coat in 2005, just the other 80% of her to work on now. Tingara, 1971 one of the early composites in fine condition and lovingly cared for.   More pictures of Tingara Sea Bright at a confirmed Hull number 18  and built 1975 one of the last to be built by Uphams. Off down to New Zealand in June 2007 we will update on her progress as the journey continues  Read more on Sea Bright Twiga, A 1973 boat recently sold based in Ireland. The Fleet I have traced to date with a picture, not bad as it is over 50% of the known Sovereign 35’s The Following Yachts are “Barbicans” We believe these used the Hull Mould from the Sovereigns and therefore are included. Na Mara Barbican 35 Built 1987 launched in 1991. These yachts have a striking resemblance to  Sovereigns. Based in Scotland. Alanah of Gigha  she was moulded by Seaglass and fitted out by Uphams in 1976.Originally she was named Second Love Two but fortunately later in her life renamed Alanah Nainjaune was the first Super Sovereign to built, she was built in wood to a high standard an then used to make the plug for the fibre glass versions. Apparently she was wrecked on a reef some time ago and went very quickly. You can read the story here. Flutina spotted by the owners of Sephina in Yarmouth Harbour in 2007. Eclipse - A wooden Sovereign 35 built by the International Boat Building College in Lowestoft. Keel laid in 1988 completed in 1989. Iroko planking on Oak frames with a Teak interior and topsides.

Chevin - I have Steve Spencer from Florida to to thank for sending me some pictures of Chevin languishing in a yard in the Everglades. She is in a very sorry state. The Gel Coat is badly crazed.

Sensibility - Based on the Walton Back Waters and here pictured in Denmark (2006)