Maggie Nell

Vessel Name

Maggie Nell

Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price

£6,500.00

Short Description

Contest 29, 1968 

A fantastic, extremely solidly built yacht. Her long keel and heavy ballast enable her to tackle most sea states, on and offshore. 
Previous owners have had her fitted out to cruise the Med.

This Contest 29 is truly a fantastic example with original features.  If you are looking for a solidly built cruiser that is safe at sea and great value for money, then we strongly recommend viewing this yacht, she is an excellent example!

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Accommodation

Sleeps five in two cabins
Forepeak double V berth
Two single berths in the saloon 
Single quarter berth
Lots of storage above bunks (cupboards & shelving units) Forward Cabin:
Double V berth with infill
Shelves to port and starboard
Under berth stowage

Heads:
Pressurised cold water
Lavac Marine toilet
Jabsco holding tank
Retractable sink
Excellent stowage Galley:
Stainless steel sink with pressurised water
Stowage Saloon:
Port and starboard settee berths (starboard berth extends to give a large single berth small double)
Good size aft quarter berth to starboard
Excellent stowage throughout, especially in the main saloon

Construction & Build

Built by Conyplex Netherlands in 1968 Designed by G, Luyten Heavy construction GRP, hull deck and superstructure Encapsulated long keel Full keel rudder

Dimensions

LOA: 29'0" (8.84m) Berths: 5 Draft in M: Max: 1.22 Min: 1.31

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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