Bluff

Vessel Name

Bluff

Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price

£0.00

Short Description

SOLD

Sadler 29, 1984

Bilge keel with 20hp Bukh 2 cylinder diesel engine.  A lovely boat, the Sadler 29 has become a favourite for the size.  Handles and sails well and is easily manageable.

The Sadler 29 yacht is part of British yachting history. Since 1981 over 380 have been launched and this evergreen design has firmly established itself as one of the all-time favourites of her size.

 

 

 

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Accommodation

Sleeps 6 in two cabins, plenty of headroom, fixed forward facing chart table, well designed galley and spacious heads/shower compartment. Spacious saloon with good sized fixed table which converts to comforatble double berth.      

Construction & Build

GRP

Gear and safety

Gas cooker • sink • oven • cold water supply • sea toilet • radar deflector • anchor and chain • various warps • flares • lifebuoy • fire extinguishers • assorted other items

Engine

Bukh 20hp 2 cylinder diesel • 2 12v batteries;

Navigation

Garmin GPS plotter with cockpit fitting • Simrad tiller autopilot • compass • echo sounder; wind instruments • DSC VHF radio

Dimensions

LOA 28'5 / 8.66m Draft 3'8 / 1.12m Beam 9'6 / 2.9m

General Comments

A lovely boat with a classical appearance, tough build and obvious cruising ability, handles well under sail

Disclaimer

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 / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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