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Sadler 29

Sadler 29

Under offer
£17,900 VAT paid

Built: 1982
Currently lying: Lympstone (nr Exmouth), UK - United Kingdom

This listing contains some provisional information: details may change





PRICE JUST REDUCED
Present owner purchased Tradewinds in 2015 and has completely refurbished the boat during the past three years. This elegant Sadler 29, unusually fitted with four portlights each side has been painstakingly restored to attractive condition and operational seaworthiness.
We understand that the comprehensive electronics all work well and include Garmin plotter, NASA nav instruments including wind, Raymarine ST2000 autopilot and Standard Horizon VHF.
Mainsail furling and genoa both work well, with all essential running and standing rigging now replaced.
Interior accommodation is comfortable with recent upholstery (2016), varnish work good, Carver heating, Neptune cooker and Isotherm refrigeration, plus additional lighting (12v and 240v) throughout the cabins and a new Gebo forehatch.
Powered by a brand new Beta 20hp engine (50 hrs) and installed with many new accessories, the new buyer will not be disappointed with this well-presented Sadler 29.
New on the market at an attractive guide price of £17,900, because owner is now moving up to a larger yacht.
Call Mike for more information.


Dimensions


LWL: 22.9 ft
LOA: 29 ft
Beam: 9.5 ft
Draft (fixed): 3.67 ft
Displacement: 3.72 tonnes
Water capacity: 91 l
Ballast: 3,400lb


Mechanical


Rope cutter: new April 2018
Engine: Beta 20hp 3 cylinder, fresh water cooled - fitted 2018 including new cutlass bearing
Engine hours: 50 h
Propellor(s): 3-blade including new shaft (April 2018)
New aluminium fuel tank - custom built with sender unit plus gauge in saloon (April 2018)
New Beta engine control panel fitted in cockpit (April 2018)
Stern gland packing replaced 2017
Stern gland greaser replaced 2017
Hull and drive shaft anode replaced 2016
New exhaust system with a Vetus water lock and twin silencers June 2018: 10 hrs running as of 21 June 2018
Replaced engine cooling and galley drain 1/2" seacocks with through-hull ball valves (including new pipework) and engine raw water filter (2016)
3 qty Blakes seacocks serviced plus softwood bungs to all seacocks (2016)
Upgraded engine bay sound proofing fitted 2012
Log transducer replaced 2017


Navigation equipment


Navigation lights: full set with tri-colout at mast overhauled 2013
Compass: Plastimo Contest
Depth sounder: NASA (2012)
Wind instruments: NASA (2012)
Autopilot: Raymarine ST 2000 (June 2012)
GPS: Garmin, integrated with VHF for DSC polling capability
VHF radio: Standard Horizon radio with DSC (2012)
Electronic chartplotter: Garmin 75dv including charts UK, Ireland, N.France fitted in cockpit (April 2018)
Speed/log: NASA (2012)
Radar reflector: Firdell
Masthead unit: NASA (Aug 2011)
New aerial and coax cable fitted for VHF in 2012


Safety equipment


Bilge pump: automatic in engine bay with float switch (2012) plus manual in cockpit
Fire extinguisher(s): 1 qty in engine bay (2016) plus 1 in saloon
Horseshoe lifebuoy: with light (2016)
Dan buoy: 2016
Webbing jackstays: 2016
Warps: various
Fenders: various
Boat hook
Fire blanket: 2016
Gas detector: 2 alarms with 3 new detectors/sensors (2012)


Accommodation


Cooker: Plastimo Neptune, with 2 burners, gas oven & grill (serviced, hoses and regulator replaced 2012)
Heating: Carver Trumatic gas hot air heating - new flue and deck vent 2018
Toilet: Jabsco marine - full service with new pipework and seals July 2017
Barometer: 2016
Clock: 2016
Stainless steel sink with manual and electric pumps (serviced with new seals 2018)
Additional 240v and 12v lighting added in cabin
Some new wiring and all lighting replaced 2016
Isotherm refrigerated insulated coolbox: plus additional cool box/store
Additional fans in galley and heads
Gimballed oil lamp: 2016
Saloon table with bottle store and hinged side panels
Interior upholstery and curtains replaced throughout: February 2016
All wood stripped and revarnished: 2012/2016
Gebo fore hatch replaced 2012


Electrical


Engine battery: 1 qty 75 Amp.hr (2012)
Domestic battery: 2 qty 90 Amp.hr (2012)
Shorepower system
CD player/radio: Alpine - with Pioneer speakers (2013)
Comprehensive s/s switch panel and voltmeter
240v ring main with circuit breaker
Electrics re-wired 2013


Deck gear


Bow anchor: CQR 25lb with 20m 8mm chain and 20m warp (swivel, chain and warp new 2012
Transom boarding ladder: folding
Kedge anchor: Brittany 12kg with chain and warp in cockpit (2016)
Dodgers: with name
Primary winches: Lewmar (serviced Aug 2017)
Anchor windlass: manual with chain and rope gypsy
Halyard bags: 2 qty in cockpit
Stanchion inserts: replaced 2012
Outboard pushpit bracket : 2016
Additional VHF speaker in cockpit
Teak slatted seating in cockpit plus new 'interior colour matched' waterproofed PVC cockpit cushions (2016)
Pedestal cockpit table
Double bow roller serviced with new rollers and reinforcement to structure in 2018
Top guardwires replaced with PVC coated wire 2016
Deck brush


Construction


Passenger capacity: 6
Superstructure colour: white
Hull colour: light blue
Deck colour: white
Deck construction: grp with non-slip moulded surface pattern
Steering: tiller
Designer: David Sadler
Hull construction: hand laminated grp securely bonded to hull plus solid teak rubbing strake
Keel construction: cast iron bilge keels securely fastend with stainless steel studs
Superstructure construction: grp
Topsides finish: grp
Bottom finish: antifouled, boot-top repainted plus topsides polished 2018
Double skinned hull for excellent buoyancy, sound proofing and insulation : this also creates a condensation free interior
Four portlights each side and saloon hatch
All 8 coachroof portlights removed, refurbished, resealed and water tested in 2015
Self-draining cockpit
Transom hung rudder with integral skeg for good control at sea
Full hull peel and epoxy treatment (2004)


Rig and sails


Mainsail: Seareef furling (UV strip replaced 2011)
Backstay adjuster: replaced 2012
No.1 genoa: Sanders (UV strip replaced 2011)
Mainsail roller furling system: in-mast
Genoa furling system: Colnbrook
Mast construction: deck-stepped aluminium mast
Standing rigging: professionally inspected Nov 2011 and all advisories carried out
Sail controls: all led aft
Cap shrouds, lower shrouds and spreader ends: replaced 2012
All sails valeted and repaired - Dec 2016
New main halyard, topping lift, kicker, main sheet and mainsail furling control line: 2012
Port shroud chainplate re-bedded 2012
Bottle screws replaced 2012


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