The Sadler 29 is an excellent crusing yacht. She is solid, safe and has lovely sailing characteristics. The foam cored hull gives her that unsinkable accolade according to Sadler and it also keeps the boat well insulated and free of condensation.
Accommodation - 6 berths and a separate heads in a well thought out and spacious layout.
Only two owners from new, the first enjoying from original purchase to June 2014. Current owner only selling due to change of plans.
They had a survey in 2014 and attended to major items including a £5K Engine re-build.
LOA - 8.67M
LWL - 6.95M
BEAM - 2.90M
DISPL - 3720 KGS
BALLAST - 1540KGS
WATER - 68L
FUEL - 68L
KEEL - Fin
STEERING - Tiller
DESIGNER - David Sadler
BUILDER - Sadler Yachts
The Sadler 29 has always been a sailor’s boat. There is a "go anywhere" look about her outboard profile with its relatively high bow, strongly raked stem and bold sheer. Sensibly, the rudder is transom-hung and fully skegged. This latter feature offers protection to the rudder blade, improves tracking and helps to lessen steering loads on the tiller because the fixed skeg is essentially the leading section of the steering control surface. It also allows the cockpit to remain useful right to the after end. The cockpit itself is deep and well-protected and the coamings are angled comfortably.
6 berths with 2 doubles and separate heads -
Accommodation - Creature comforts have not been overlooked on the Sadler 29, which below decks offers six full sized berths, plenty of headroom, a fixed forward-facing chart table, well designed galley and spacious heads/shower compartment. The layout follows the tried and tested theme, which most yachtsmen believe has yet to be improved upon for a boat of this size.
The galley - by the companionway steps allows efficient operation in a seaway. Current owners primarily use the boat for day/weekending and have installed both an electric Oven and Grill and a single burner gas cooker for use at sea for both efficient use in harbour and at sea.
Quarter Berth. Whilst the aft quarter berth imposes no restriction on the depth of the cockpit and allows for plenty of cockpit locker space on the opposite side.
The spacious saloon - has a generous sized, fixed table with a dinette to port converting to a comfortable double berth. Importantly, for a yacht, which is designed not just to be day sailed, the saloon settees also make good sea berths.
Mast head sloop rig with silver anodised aluminium spars and stainless steel standing rigging.
Bukh 20 hp Diesel serviced annually and benefiting from a recent major overhaul.
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