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Sadler 29

Sadler 29

New Arrival
£14,900 VAT paid

Built: 1982
Currently lying: Southsea Marina, UK - United Kingdom

This listing contains some provisional information: details may change

A good example of one of the older Sadler 29s now with upgraded cruising equipment,
such as reefing brought aft, self-tail winches, Bukh 20hp engine over-hauled, adequate
electronics, lightly used sails, recent cooker and refrigeration.
Now being sold only for reasons of health and age, asking price set at a realistic £14,900


LWL: 22.8 ft
LOA: 29 ft
Beam: 9.5 ft
Draft (fixed): 5 ft
Displacement: 3.72 tonnes
Water capacity: 100 l
Fuel capacity: 68 l
Ballast: 1540kg


Engine: Bukh DV 20 (20hp)
Rope cutter
Propeller(s): Gori bronze 2-blade folding
Cold start kit fitted 2009
Volvo shaft seal replaced 2004
15 gallon stainless steel fuel tank

Navigation equipment

Depth sounder: Navico
Wind instruments: Navico (speed only)
Autopilot: Raymarine ST2000+
GPS: Garmin - linked to DSC radio and repeater (2012)
Electronic chartplotter: Garmin 292 plotter in cockpit, linked to AIS
Radar: Furuno - black and white (2010)
Speed/log: Raymarine (2003)
AIS: Garmin AIS 600 transceiver - linked to Garmin plotter
Radar reflector: Firdell Blipper at mast
AP Philips cockpit mounted GPS repeater


Engine battery: 1 qty 85 Aph (2015)
Domestic battery: 2 qty 110 Amp.hrs and 1 qty 85 Amp.hrs (1 qty new 2015)
Battery charger
Shorepower system: 13 Aph ring-main fitted
Shore power lead


Cooker: Plastimo Neptune 4500 - 2-burners, oven and grill
Insulated cool box: with Isotherm ASU refrigeration (2013)
Toilet: Jabsco
Barometer: on bulkhead - brass
Clock: on bulkhead - brass
Tableware: full set
Cutlery: full set
Cooking equipment
Main saloon with u-shaped settee forming dinette to port and a settee berth to starboard.
Fire-retardant foam and plaid tweed covered upholstery and curtains.
Layout for six berths, consisting of 2-berth forepeak, complete with infill piece for conversion to a double berth.
Lewmar forehatch
Separate heads with Jabsco marine toilet and hand pump at washbasin.
Aluminium cabin side windows and Lewmar Ocean 60 forehatch.
L-shaped galley with 2-burner cooker, grill and oven. Electric fresh water pump with water filter at galley sink.
Navigation station, with chart table and quarter berth behind.
Large hanging locker to starboard.

Rig and sails

Mainsail: Westaway (2003) - valeted and repaired 2019
No.1 genoa: Westaway (2003) - valeted and repaired 2019
Spinnaker: Banks (2003) - lightly used
Cruising chute: Dolphin (2006) - lightly used
Sail controls: all halyards and sailing controls led aft
Selden deck-stepped mast and spars, with mast-mount spinnaker pole.
Mast re-wired 2005.

Deck gear

Bow anchor: 15kg Bruce, with 20m 10mm chain and 40m warp
Kedge anchor: 10kg Bruce type
Transom boarding ladder: with teak treads
Mainsail cover: C & G packaway (2004)
Sprayhood: with grabrail, in blue - serviced and new 'windows' fitted 2012
Primary winches: 2 qty Lewmar ST40
Secondary winches: 2 qty Lewmar ST16
Anchor windlass: Lofrans
Ensign and staff
Cockpit teak seating and sole replaced 2005.
Removable midships cleats on genoa track.
Varnished washboards with security lock plus additional perspex middle washboard.

Safety equipment

Bilge pump: manual (Whale)
Fire extinguisher(s): 2 qty
Horseshoe lifebuoy: with light
Dan buoy
Webbing jackstays
Fog horn
Warps: 4 qty
Fenders: 5 qty
Boat hook
Fire blanket
Flares: coastal pack
Anchor ball and motor cone set
Seacock wooden plugs


Superstructure colour: white
Hull colour: white
Deck colour: white
Deck construction: grp
Steering: tiller (varnished) with Spinlock extension plus spare tiller
Hull construction: grp
Keel construction: iron - epoxied 2015
Superstructure construction: grp
Bottom finish: antifoul
Hand laminated GRP hull with GRP deck, securely bonded to hull and solid teak rubbing band.
Deck has a non-slip pattern into the surface and a full length GRP textured headlining.
There is a roomy self-draining cockpit and a transom hung rudder with integral skeg giving good control at sea.
The substial iron ballast keel arrangement is securely fastened with stainless steel bolts.
The 29 was the first Sadler to be built with an interior moulding and foam filling, to provide unsinkability and insulation. It also contributes to strength and stiffness.
White hull with black cavita line. Full osmosis treatment carried out by Hayling Yacht Company using Hot Vac and International epoxy system.


Dinghy: Avon inflatable and oars

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