This Fresh Water Racer/Cruiser is valued on NADA at 21,525 !! NADA is frequently the basis of your banker's loan basis. However we can work with you on the final selling price.
The aft cabin features a unique transom port with full double berth and the interior has plenty of teak and unique tasteful upholstery - an expensive tapestry type material with a sailboat motif. The 18 hp Volvo with very low engine hours provides quiet and dependable power.
She includes a custom stainless steel swim ladder, custom stainless steel instrument hood atop the companionway, adjustable backstay, and tiller steering. As she sits currently the sides need buffing and polishing. The interior is virtually nothing but wood and fabric and looks of high quality.
Featuring great performance with its practical 4'9" keel and double spreader rig, this boat is light on the tiller and a joy to sail.
Currently at a Marina @ Carlyle, Ill just east of St. Louis, she is easy to get to to see. We are going to move this Beneteau 29 to our yard in Memphis soon, but if you will buy the boat "as is where is" there is a price available to incentivise you to make you happy in keeping with the cosmetics of the boat and some items needing attention. The photos show are not current, so expect the boat to not look as good as she does in these photos. But realize that this Beneteau 29 can be made to look every bit as good as the photos whether you do the work or if you have the work done professionally. So if the current NADA value is at 21,525.00, currently you can buy this Beneteau 29 at a substancial discount to more than allow for the spiff up of the boat. We can negotiate something attractive to you. Please look at the updated list of what has been done the first part of this July 2020. The diesel is READY to go!
You can keep her @ Carlyle or let Rooke Sails deliver the boat to you on our own equipment within reasonable distance. .
IT'S YOUR MOVE !!!
Contact: Chris Rooke, Rooke Sails, Inc., 1744 Prescott So., Memphis, Tn. 38111 @ I240 - US 78
Your full service Mid-South sailboat dealer Rooke Sails can install virtually any accessory electrical or Mechanical. Complete with equipment for delivering & freshwater launching sailboats to 20,000, our trucks are sign crane equipped for a complete turnkey re-commissioning effort. Sailmaking facilities on site we specialize in Sail repair and custom canvas. Full yard services for bottom painting and blister work, etc. Always looking for quality listings, please give us a call for professional assistance.
Celebrating our 49th professional season serving the Sailing Community.
Please contact Chris Rooke at 901 744-8500
Please contact Chris Rooke at 901 744-8500
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 29 ft 0 in
Beam: 9 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 9 in
Ballast: 2205 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 40 ft 0 in
Dry Weight: 6614 lbs
Wind speed and direction
Shore power inlet
Items mechanically brought up to proper standards July 2020.
THE BELOW MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN DONE 7/2020 as this Beneteau 29 has been on the hard for a long time and you need confidence on the boat's mechanical condition to have comfort in this being a great boat for YOU. !!
LET THE LIST BEGIN:
Charged both batteries, but found only one (group 24 sealed top) would turn starter after charging.
Replaced group 27 battery with new Deka marine deep cycle group 27.
Added anti corrosion felts under battery posts for both batteries
Removed all diesel fuel from tank and engine, and flushed with fresh diesel and CRC Bio-Con before refilling.
Filled diesel tank to top of tank to limit condensation.
Added CRC Bio-Con (anti-growth) and Sea Foam to tank. This will clean injectors, lubricate engine and preserve diesel up to 24 months.
Removed oil from engine; flushed with fresh oil and removed.
Refilled engine with Shell Rotella Heavy Duty diesel 15W40 per mfg. recommendations.
Removed oil from reverse drive; it was in like new condition.
Refilled reverse drive with Shell Rotella Heavy Duty diesel 15W40 per mfg. recommendations.
Changed fuel filter with new Hastings filter.
Changed oil filter with new Hastings filter.
Replaced water pump impeller and gasket.
Verified tension of belt. Did not replace due to like new condition and advice of auto parts.
Ran boat engine through several 5-gallon buckets of cooling water to check for leaks due to above work.
Re-winterized engine with antifreeze.
Re-winterized fresh water and grey water tanks and lines with potable antifreeze.
Cleaned out and closed access hole in anchor locker where critters had nested.
Added additional dehumidifiers to boat.
Added 5 additional life jackets and 1 child’s life jacket to the inventory on board.