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 Queen Bee and Merrick in the Lock at Sutton Harbour Lerryn Lady uses traditional navigation techniques and follows the Brittany Ferry into Plymouth! No chance of getting lost now. A fine collection of Classic Sovereign 35 Owners on board Merrick in Cawsand Bay Queen Bee with all her sails up on the way to Cawsand Bay. The Cruising Chute colours comes from a Television Test Pattern. Difficult to miss, Gowen the original sail makers did a good job. Four some in Cawsand Bay from the left Merrick, Queen Bee, Brigus and Lerryn Lady Four at Anchor Three together on a buoy at Torpoint - what a pretty sight Lovely bows. Why do they not make boats that look good instead of floating Winnebagos! And lovely rears A fine set of sterns just to prove the point, It is amazing they all look different but we have measured to make certain. Merrick does sit higher in the water. Bows together Ladies Post dinner washing up on Queen Bee in Fowey Merrick returning home from Fowey Merrick and Queen Bee in Sutton Harbour Lerryn Lady sails up on the way to Cawsand Bay