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Sadler 32

Sadler 32

£21,900 VAT paid

Built: 1987
Currently lying: Kemp Marina, UK - United Kingdom

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Odal II is a well maintained Sadler 32 (1987 shallow fin) being an impressive example of this popular class of yacht, designed by David Sadler, following his Contessa 32 success - in many ways enhanced to produce the perfect blend of comfortable cruiser with capable and impressive seagoing performance.

In current ownership for nearly 15 years, Odal II has been professionally maintained, has good sails, recent electronics and is powered by the reliable and carefully maintained Volvo 2002 engine, having had a top-end overhaul in 2010.

There is much interesting equipment on board including wind generator, Eberspacher heating, Isotherm refrigeration, Neptune cooker, Lavac toilet, shower and so on.

Sails are good, including asymmetric chute and snuffer plus Profurl for the genoa.

This 32 is up to speed at a deservedly higher but competitive asking price £21,900 plus inflatable, 4-stroke Suzuki and Seago liferaft subject to separate negotiation - however, owner will consider a reasonable offer from a keen buyer!

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LWL: 24 ft
LOA: 32 ft
Actual L.O.A: 31.5 ft
Beam: 10.5 ft
Draft (fixed): 4.5 ft
Displacement: 4.32 tonnes
Water capacity: 354 l
Fuel capacity: 77 l


Engine: Volvo 2002 2-cylinder 18hp
Propeller(s): 2-bladed
Engine alternator refurbished in 2010
Starter motor refurbished 2010
Engine top overhauled 2010
Impeller replaced September 2019

Rig and sails

Mainsail: fully battened with slab reefing - good condition
Genoa: second - fair condition
No.1 genoa: in good condition
Storm jib: good condition
Cruising chute: good condition including snuffer
Genoa furling: Profurl
Sail controls: all led aft except for slab reefing lines

Safety equipment

Fire extinguisher(s)
MOB system: by Nasa with three receivers
Horseshoe lifebuoy
Dan buoy
Gas detector: Nasa - 2005


Cooker: Plastimo Neptune 2000 cooker, with 2 burners, gas oven & grill (circa 2007)
Insulated cool box: refrigerated by Osotherm
Heating: Eberspacher (2010)
Toilet: Lavac toilet and shower installed 2005
Pressurised water: hot and cold
3 qty 118ltr flexible water tanks (2011)
main cabin teak work and cabin sole refurbished in 2005
Galley refurbished in 2005
Upholstery: in dark navy velour (navigators seat in navy vinyl)
Curtains: not shown in photos, as currently being dry cleaned

Navigation equipment

Depth sounder: by Nasa in cockpit garage
Wind instruments: by Nasa in cockpit garage
Autopilot: Tillermate
GPS: repeater in cockpit
VHF radio: by Cobra with DSC
Electronic chartplotter: Garmin 172c intergrated with Yeoman Pro Navigator
Radar: Furuno
Speed/log: by Nasa in cockpit garage
AIS: by Nasa

Deck gear

Bow anchor: 15kg CQR style with 30m 8mm chain plus 30m warp and 13kg Danforth style with 30m 8mm chain plus 30m warp
Kedge anchor: 10kg Danforth style with appropriate length of warp and grappling anchor
Clutches: 6 qty
Mainsail cover: navy (stackpack)
Sprayhood: navy (circa 2011) - valeted and repaired 2019
Dodgers: navy
Primary winches: 2 qty Lewmar ST40 two-speed
Secondary winches: 2 qty Lewmar 8 (on coaming) plus 1 qty Lewmar 6 (on mast)
Coachroof winches: 2 qty Lewmar 16
Anchor windlass: manual by Simpson Lawrence


Superstructure colour: grwhite
Hull colour: white
Deck colour: white
Deck construction: grp
Steering: tiller
Hull construction: grp
Keel construction: iron - shallow
Bottom finish: epoxied from new - also soda blasted and re-epoxied in 2005


Engine battery: 1 qty 90
Domestic battery: 1 qty 90
CD player/radio: 6-CD hifi system
Wind generator: Marlec 914 through a Marlec regulator and smart charging system
TV aerial

Optional extras - subject to negotiation

1000 watt 4-stroke generator with electronic inverter
Dinghy and outboard: 2.4m inflatable (new) and Suzuki 2.5hp 4-stroke
Liferaft: Seago - 6 man (in valise)

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