I owned a Pilot 34 Hardtop for several years and found an old listing for an Albin 35 TE online: https://jackpadymarine.com/35-albin-...h-water-boat/#
. The two are very similar. The Albin has a nice queen bed forward whereas the Pilot has a typical V berth.
That particular Albin had twin Cummins QSB 380 which must make it really fly. But I wouldn't have a hull like that in twins. I looked at a Pilot with twins and I couldn't see twisting myself into it to maintain twins. One is bad enough.
The Pilot's cabin seating dinette drops down to make a full sizeish extra berth although I wouldn't like sleeping on the cushions. I suspect the Albin is the same.
My single engine Yanmar 370 would cruise in the mid to low teens and top out at about 19 knots.
Either would be fine for 3-4 day trips but a week would be pushing it mostly due to fridge volume.