This one owner from new Trader 535 has the largest 660HP Caterpillar engine option for fast cruise at 16 knots, with three en-suite cabins (including a rare forward twin), and is fully-loaded. Her Sunliner hardtop affords protection from the sun, and she has all the comforts of home, including freezer, washer-drier and 4-unit air-conditioning. Her engines have been annually dealer maintained from new, she has been Copper-coated and she is very well-presented. Viewings definitely recommended.
Forward double cabin with two berths, four extra storage lockers and hanging locker to forward bulkhead, hanging lockers to starboard side of aft bulkhead and six drawers beneath each berth. Ensuite access to forward starboard heads compartment with separate shower stall aft and day head access from central lobby corridor. Independent climate controls. Reading lamps to berths. Opening deck hatch and hull port-lights. Ensuite heads with electric flushing freshwater wc, granite worktops, basin with mixer tap and vanity mirror, storage locker, towel rail and shower stall aft with screen door. Opening lights.
Guest port twin cabin with twin under/over single berths, storage cupboard. Reading lamps to berths. Independent climate control. Ensuite heads/shower compartment through forward bulkhead, with electric flushing wc, shower and tray with pump, basin with mixer tap, storage lockers and opening port-light.
The saloon is up five steps ( which hinge up for forward engine bay access ), with electric switching panel to starboard side. The main console, with deck access door and helm seat, is forward of the saloon to starboard. To port is the navigators table and bench, with stowage for charts, instrument, and pilot books, etc. A larger than standard refrigerator is set into the carcassing of the navigators bench, and there is a sliding bar locker set into the helm seat.
Aft of the console and chart area is the saloon proper. U-shaped seating to port, with a hi-lo table which can drop to form an occasional berth, and a two seater bench sofa to starboard aft of the concealed TV unit. The soft furnishings have been recently replaced – with buttermilk leather-feel fabric and very well-upholstered cushions (replaced c. 2009), and nautical striped curtains. Again, there is a vast amount of useful storage volume, drawers and lockers all around the saloon, and the stainless steel-framed windows allow good natural ventilation and light in. The teak and holly sole is sectioned with hatches for access to the machinery space below. The curved four-tread ladder leads aft up to the aft deck area, and another ladder leads aft and down into the galley area.
Though the galley (equipment listed above) is the aft cabin – which is full-beam. The double bed is slightly offset to port, with fully fitted teak joinery surrounding the cabin, housing a plethora of storage options: drawers, wardrobes, cupboards, etc. Hanging lockers are lined in cedar, with automatic illumination, and louvred doors for promotion of air circulation. There is a dressing table area to starboard, and a sideboard to port - with access to the ensuite heads compartment forward to port. The freshwater storage tank is accessible beneath the double berth, which has a fully sprung mattress.
The aft heads compartment has a granite countertop with inset basin and mixer tap, with storage locker below. The electric-flushing wc is set to port on a raised plinth with a locker above and the separate shower with a moulded bath/deep shower tray is set forward. There are opening port-lights to each area and a heated towel rail to the inboard bulkhead.
The aft deck is laid with teak and is covered by the Sunliner hardtop in white fibreglass ,with inset ceiling lights, and a full system of drop-down side curtains in blue canvas with windows. (2012)
There is fixed L-shaped seating aft to starboard, with a fixed teak-topped table and smart white and blue-piped vinyl deck cushions. Locker storage beneath, with a fixed two-seater bench seat set to port, again with locker storage beneath. Access aft leads down a spiral stair to the bathing platform, with access forward to the wide side decks, slightly offset to port, up a four-tread ladder to the fly-bridge.
The fly-bridge area has a sliding hatch and door for access, and is the later “Trader-style” arrangement with a U-shaped seat to port, twin helm bench seat and another seat aft of this. The helm console is moulded and set forward to the starboard side. There is a large locker for storage in the eyebrow area forward, and the fly-bridge area runs aft to the massive stainless steel radar arch, with the top of the fibreglass hardtop giving yet another useful area. The electric crane for launching the dinghy is located here.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
1200W main forward windlass with stainless steel bitts and fairleads and stainless steel protection strips.
70M chain to Delta anchor.
Forward deck locker.
Two sets of spring cleats to each side.
Aft deck has mooring bitts with fairleads and stainless steel protection strips, also powered aft warp handling winch to aft deck with foot control.
Warps and fenders.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Blue canvas aft enclosure curtains (2012), blue canvas dinghy cover (2009) and blue fly-bridge tonneau canvas.
White vinyl deck cushions piped with blue.
Tender & Outboard:
Avon Rover 316 RIB (2008/9).
4HP Yamaha 4-stroke outboard engine.
Dinghy launch crane to fly-bridge overhang aft.
6-man valise liferaft (being renewed 2016).
2 x Horseshoe liferings to aft deck.
Automatic and manual fire extinguishers throughout (manual to accommodation), automatic to engine space.
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.