A really tidy and well-equipped Sadler 26, Lucice is one of the last boats built by Sadler International.
She has been in capable hands and lightly used since new. Sails are recent and in excellent condition, the Volvo 2010 has low mileage and regularly maintained - there is even an Eberspacher heater for comfort out-of-season.
The deep fin keel provides for good windward performance and the renowned interior foam provides for insulation, buoyancy, warmth and prevents moisture, even in winter.
Canvas work and interior furnishings are in splendid condition.
New Raymarine i70s system pack in 2018 - cost £1,900 including installation.
Lucice owners are selling only because they have now proceeded with a new yacht and have requested that the asking price be reduced to £11,500, which is very competitive for this well equipped and superbly appointed Sadler 26.
Lucice is highly recommended and a recent pre-purchase Survey (July 2017) is available - call Mike for more detail.
LWL: 20.5 ft
LOA: 26 ft
Draft (fixed): 4.67 ft
Displacement: 2.18 tonnes
Engine: Volvo MD2010, 10hp (2001) - less than 450 hrs
New cutlass bearing in 2018
Engine battery: 1 qty 12v - good condition (2016)
Domestic battery: 1 qty 12v - good condition (2016)
Battery charger: mains 240v
Mainsail cover: blue
Sprayhood: blue (2010)
Primary winches: 2 qty Lewmar ST30
Secondary winches: 2 qty Lewmar 7
All stainless steel pulpit and pushpit with stanchions and guardwires provides for security on deck with teak coach roof grabrails.
A self-draining anchor stowage locker forward, with 20lb plough anchor, 6mm chain and warp.
Fresh air provided by 2 qty Tannoy ventilators and Lewmar forehatch able to be secured slightly open.
Stainless steel transom folding ladder enables boarding from dinghy or swimming.
Also, provided is a winter storage cradle and a full size winter cover (2007).
Cradle: collapsible - Jacob
Navigation lights: including deck flood
Compass: Plastimo - binnacle (2018)
Autopilot: Autohelm 1000
GPS: Garmin 128
VHF radio: Icom M59 with DSC
Up-to-date Raymarine i70 combined wind (direct, speed), plus water distance and water depth (2018).
Bilge pump: manual
Fire extinguisher(s): 2 qty
Horseshoe lifebuoy: with light
Gas detector: alarm
First aid kit
Cockpit harness with attachment points.
Full length interior moulding which provides accommodation comfort with lined stowage lockers, good thermal and acoustic insulation and positive buoyancy which provides for 'unsinkability'
Forepeak has a 'v' berth and immediately adjacent a full width heads compartment with Jabsco toilet to port and hanging locker to starboard.
Saloon provides a dinette to port which converts to a double berth and single berth on starboard side.
A comfortable quarter berth on port side with a sliding chart table over.
A good seagoing galley to starboard, being close to companionway, with small stainless steel sink and fresh water pump, being 50 litres capacity.
The modern Plastimo Neptune 2500 has 2 burners and grill with oven beneath.
Unusually there is an Eberspacher diesel heater to provide comfortable out of season cruising.
Superstructure colour: white
Hull colour: white
Deck colour: white
Deck construction: grp
Hull construction: grp
Keel construction: deep fin - iron
Superstructure construction: grp
Rig and sails
Mainsail: by Westaway with battens in very good condition
Genoa: by Westaway - very good condition
Mainsail/genoa: Whilst the mainsail and genoa were purchased in 2009, they have only been used for two seasons since then.
Cruising chute: by Dolphin complete with control lines (2000)
Standing rigging: in good condition
Genoa furling system: Furlex
All spars by Seldén
Running rigging: much replaced 2005