- Make: Sadler
- Model: 29
- Cabins: 1
- Heads: 1
- Watertank size: 40 Litres
- Engine Make: Beta
- Horsepower: 20
- Drive Type: Sail
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Fuel Tank Size: 57 Litres
- Cruise Speed: 5 knots
- Top Speed: 6 knots
- Price: £14,750
- Location: In Hartlepool
- Year: 1981
- LOA: 9m
- Berths: 6
- Keel: Fin Keel
Immaculate example of the highly desirable Sadler 29. The Sadlers claim to fame was that it was unsinkable thanks to internal buoyancy chambers. This is a fin keeled version with with a draft of 1.50M. Powered by a reliable and economical Beta 20HP diesel. Berths for 6 persons. Decent navigation package including DSC VHF, Radar, GPS, Speed and Depth.
The interior is immaculate considering her years.
Early viewing recommended.
Vessel is powered by an inboard Beta Marine diesel engine. This 3-cylinder, 20hp work horse was installed in 2004. Reduction gearbox driving a stainless steel shaft and 2-bladed fixed propeller. Engine is situated beneath the companionway, in a fire and sound proofed box. Primary filter close at hand. Stainless steel fuel tank with fuel isolator valve and sight tube. Engine start panel with rev counter, key ignition, visual/audible warnings for oil pressure, water temperature and charging.
Bank of 4x12V batteries providing engine start and domestic power. Batteries fitted with rotary style selector switch. Batteries recharged via engine alternator or the onboard 'Hi-Tec integral battery charger/monitor. Shore power including cable.
Deck stepped aluminium spars with stainless steel standing rigging. Terelyene running rigging led aft to helm via series or deck organisers and turning blocks. Inner forestay.
Lewmar winches including ST40 sheet winches, Lewmar 16 spinnaker and Lewmar 16 halyard winches. Winch handle pockets.
- Boom mounted slab reefing mainsail
- Roller furling headsail with UV strip
- Spinnaker with snuffer and pole
- Plastimo bulkhead mounted compass
- NASA Depth sounder with NEW cockpit repeater
- NASA Clipper Speed/Trip
- Nasa Clipper Log with NEW cockpit repeater
- NASA Clipper wind speed/direction
- Simrad Icom DSC VHF
- Furuno 1623 radar
- Garmin 120 GPS/Plotter
- Lazyjack lines with pad eyes
- Manual & Electric Bilge Pumps
- Horseshoe buoy
- Fire blanket
- Fire extinguishers
- Anchor with chain
- Mooring warps
- Navigation Lights
- Stainless steel bathing ladder
- Stack pack
Below decks is well appointed with berths for 6 persons over the saloon and forward cabin. The first thing that grabs you is the quality of the wood and how bright and welcoming she is. This is further enhanced when seated on the well upholstered settees. You can imagine spending quality time with family and friends between sails. She also benefits from Webasto diesel fired heating which adds further comfort in colder weather and extends the useable boating season. Her fit out is moulded GRP units finished in cream flow coat. Teak veneered bulkheads with solid wood furniture and trim. Smart teak and holly flooring in great condition. The steps down into the saloon are part of the engine bay housing. Immediately to starboard is the forward-facing chart table. Here you will find a multi-function 12V switch panel, chart reading light, DSC VHF, speed and depth instruments, radar, and GPS/plotter. The chart desk is angled for comfort and has chart storage below. The seat is the forward end of the comfortable quarter berth.
Opposite the chart table is the galley. Ergonomically designed she has a remarkable amount of storage solutions either as hull mounted or below counter options. Gas fuelled Plastimo Neptune 2000 oven with 2-burner hob and separate grill. Stainless steel sink with hand pumped fresh water. Ice box with lid for perishables. Handy fold up shelf provides extra preparation area.
The main saloon seating area has a single settee/berth to starboard with storage below bunk top and cupboard storage above. The berth is fitted with a lee cloth for safety. Opposite on the port side is a larger U-shaped seating area, again with storage behind and below. This are converts to a large double berth. Slightly offset drop leaved table with central bottle storage. Being offset allows uninhibited access forward to the bow.
Forward of the saloon bulkhead is the heads compartment. This is accessed via a partially louvered wooden door. Formica faced marine ply bulkheads for a hygienic finish. Moulded sink unit with hand pumped fresh water. Jabsco marine toilet. Opposite the heads is the wet locker with coat hooks and coat rail. Port lights on either side of hull increases natural light. In the bow is a double berthed cabin with infill cushion. Excellent storage beneath the berths. Smart blue canvas privacy screen. Opening roof hatch for additional light and ventilation.
- Cabin heating
- Plastimo gas oven
GRP constructed yacht with white gelcoat topsides and ‘Sadler’ red and blue hull stripes. 1.50M cast fin keel with transom and skeg mounted rudder. Varnished tiller steering. Sandwich constructed deck finished in light grey moulded nonslip. Teak grab rails on coach roof aid access forward. Teak laid cockpit sole with hinged storage unit. Separate draining gas locker. Teak topped cockpit lockers. Stainless steel bow and stern rails joined by stanchions and double set guidewires. Stainless steel bathing ladder.
Hull antifouled Spring 2023
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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Unless otherwise stated on the specification sheet the following presumptions are made
Sail drive and shaft seals are more than 5 years of age
Fuel and gas hoses and regulators are over 5 years old
Standing rigging and sails are more than 10 years old
NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina.