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Sadler 29

Sadler 29

£15,900 VAT paid

Built: 1990
Currently lying: Hartlepool Marina, UK - United Kingdom

Price reduced to £15,900 for a quick sale.

Denaria is an excellent example of one of the more recent Sadler 29s, built in 1990 with shallow fin keel by Sadler International.
This 29 has the redesigned interior with efficient teak engine box, also with galley modifications providing improved accessibility.
Now with Eberspacher heating and Isotherm refrigeration, this 29 is ready to go, with good sails, recent Furlex and comprehensive electronics, plus the Volvo Penta 2002 engine.
Now available at attractive asking price £15,900 o.n.o.
Call Mike for more details.

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Owner comments - Denaria has been out of the water every year to enable routine and necessary maintenance to be carried out. I have ensured that when maintenance was required, it was done. I have sailed her in all conditions and she has proven to be steady in a blow and quick enough to get home on time !
A safe, comfortable and reliable yacht.
Due to commitments at home I have been unable to have the time to sail...this, plus age!


LWL: 22.9 ft
LOA: 29 ft
Beam: 9.5 ft
Draft (fixed): 4 ft
Displacement: 3.72 tonnes
Water capacity: 65 l
Fuel capacity: 68 l
Ballast: 1,540 kg


Engine: Volvo Penta 2002 - 18hp (2,412 hrs)
Rope cutter
Propeller(s): fixed bronze
Steering system: tiller
Engine box: latest design 3-section teak
Engine oil, oil filter and fuel filters always changed prior to due date
Gearbox oil drained and changed yearly
All anodes replaced before due date - each year when boat lifted to dry out
Water pump overhauled 2017
New fuel lift pump 2013
New fuel line 2015
Fan belt 2017
Tools and equipment to service engine
Seago vacuum engine oil suction pump oil
2 qty plastic 15l jerrycans
Rudder bearings replaced in 2016


Engine battery: 1 qty 90
Domestic battery: 1 qty 85 (2009) - good condition
Battery charger: Intelligent charging system M100 (when connected to shore supply)
Shorepower system: 240v with 1 qty 13 amp socket (when connected to shore supply)
Solar panels: 1 qty on coachroof maintains batteries
12v system
2 full length waterproof cockpit cushions

Safety equipment

EPIRB: portable McMurdo Fast Find
Fire extinguisher(s): 3 powder in heads, cabin and engine compartment (2019)
Lifejackets: 3 qty - Seago, Spinlok and Helly Hansen
Horseshoe lifebuoy
Dan buoy: commercial flag and telescopic stick
Fog horn: 2 qty
Warps: 1 qty 9m and 2 qty 6m 2.0cm (blue) plus 2 qty 9m 2.0cm white
Fenders: 9 qty 60cm x 18cm blue, 1 qty 74cm x 23cm white, 1 lge ball fender, 1 qty bow fender plus 1 lge pontoon fenders
Boat hook
Fire blanket: Simpson and Lawrence
Gas detector: Bubble leak detector
Flares: out of date
Carbon monoxide detector: Fire Angel
Full range of commercial harneses
Mariner Pool rescue harness
Block and tackle rescue lift system

Navigation equipment

Navigation lights: tri-colour masthead (LED), red/green at pulpit and steaming light at pushpit
Compass: Plastimo Contest - accurate
Depth sounder: Avansea S400 (circa 2011)
Wind instruments: Garmin wireless and wind direction system (2018)
Autopilot: Autohelm 1000
VHF radio: Icom IC-421
Electronic chartplotter: Garmin Echomap 95sv (2017) - with repeater (large screen) at chart table with mount at companionway
Radar: Koden ML 7 - operational but not very effective
Speed/log: Stowe Nav 2 (reconditioned by Stowe in 2017 (speed on both GPS systems)
Navtex: NASA Clipper
Handheld VHF: 2 qty
Radar reflector: Visiball at masthead
Yeoman S'Sport plotter and folio of charts
Stowe nav system
Digital weather trend barometer (2012?)
Radio Target Communications receiver

Deck gear

Bow anchor: Spade (2012) with 40m ¼”(?) chain and 30m warp
Kedge anchor: Harbourfast CQR
Clutches: 12 qty Easylock mini
Transom boarding ladder
Mainsail cover: stack-pack - fair condition
Sprayhood: perspex windscreen replaced in 2014
Bimini: serviceable
Dodgers: with name - very good condition (2014)
Primary winches: 2 qty Lewmar 40
Secondary winches: 2 qty Lewmar 6 spinnaker
Coachroof winches: 1 qty Lewmar 16 (stbd) plus 1 qty 7 (port)
Anchor windlass: SL Anchorman
Boarding gates
Lewmar fore-hatch and cabin-hatch
Full canvas winter boat cover
Cockpit table (using berth infill)
Boat mooring snap on hook on pole
Helmsman padded seat cushion
Spare washboard
Stanchions removed and reset 2014
Winches checked, greased and protected throughout the year
2 qty 2.72kg Camping Gaz cylinders


Superstructure colour: white
Hull colour: white
Deck colour: white
Deck construction: grp with non-slip moulded surface pattern
Steering: tiller
Hull construction: grp
Keel construction: shallow fin - iron
Superstructure construction: grp
Bottom finish: epoxy (from new)
New decals fitted 2018

Rig and sails

Mainsail: by Parker and Kay in good condition - (2012) with slab reefing
No.1 genoa: 140% by Parker and Kay in very good condition as lightly used (2012)
No.2 genoa
No.3 genoa: (?) - fair condition
Storm jib: trysail by Bruce Banks - as new, never used
Cruising chute: by Bruce Banks (?) - very good condition as minimal use (with snuffer)
Standing rigging: replaced 2007
Genoa furling: Furlex 200S (2008) - very good condition
Kicker: block and tackle
Backstay adjuster: by screw using folding handle
Sail controls: all led aft
Spinnaker gear


Cooker: Plastimo Neptune cooker, with 2 burners, gas oven & grill
Insulated cool box: Isotherm
Heating: Eberspacher (checked by professional engineer 2019
Number of berths: 5 and 1 pipecot
Number of heads: 1
Toilet: Jabsco 'twist and lock' (2017)
Pressurised water: cold
Barometer and clock: at bulkhead (brass)
Tableware: for 4 persons
Cutlery: for 4 persons
Cooking equipment
Upholstery: shaped and contoured in grey/blue with cushions with waterproof backing
Curtains for all portlights: blue
Upholstery professionally cleaned 2018
Cabin surfaces re-varnished 2017

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