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 Technical Information MkII or “Super Sovereign”  Standard Specification Document “Queen Bee” LOA - 	35ft 	(10.66m)  LWL - 28ft 	(7.92m)  Beam -10ft 	(3.04m)  Draft - 5ft  	(1.57m)  Displacement 7.1 Tonnes   Engine Perkins 4.107, 4.108 Thornycroft 38, 48 (Perkins 4.108 Manual) A collection of Adverts for Uphams yard the Sovereign is the prototype of the SS35’s. Sovrana at Newton Ferrers Sovrana off Salcombe Rainy Plymouth The Cockpit in pieces and full of tools the NECO control unit is on the left (The unit with the Dials) The 1/8 hp drive motor needed rewiring (The big light blue box on the right) First of all make sure you have an expert. Mike works on the Hydraulics and Electronics on the top racing yachts.   Always Anchor somewhere where there is mobile coverage just incase you need advice. New Autopilot Installed the small unit on the left where the NECO used to be. Of course it started to rain before we had finished and diluted the beer! Just to be sure have a number of laptops to hand.