Wych Way

Vessel Name

Wych Way

Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price


Short Description


Sadler Seawych Mk2, 19'.

A very popular bilge keeled pocket cruiser. A brilliant all-rounder.  

Topsides re-painted 2013.



V berth in bow opening into main cabin with berths either side.  Heads.

Construction & Build


Sails and spars


Gear and safety

Cabin cushions, cockpit cushions. Horseshoe buoy, fire extinguisher.


Depth gauge


Length OA 19' 5.79m; Beam 7'0 2.14m; Draft 2'2 2.14m; Displacement 864kg; Ballast 327kg

General Comments

A fine boat for a young family or anyone wishing to move into sailing with a managable and enjoyable boat.  Good accommodation.  Comes with trailer.

"At a time when buyers increasingly seem to be choosing the biggest boat they can afford as a matter or principle, Wych Way is a reminder of the pleasure that can be had from something a fraction of the size and and even smaller fraction of the cost."   PBO article about Sea Wych, August 2004. 


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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