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Harbour Yachts
Motorboat & Yacht Brokers | Poole | Dorset

1986 Sadler 26 - £12,950
This boat is now SOLD.


Sadler  26
LOA 7.85m (25' 9")
LWL 6.25m (20' 6")
Beam 2.74m (9' 0")
Draft 1.07m (3' 6")
Keel Bilge Keel
Displacement 2177.00Kg
Engine Beta 2-cyl
Engine size 16 HP
Drive type Shaft Drive
Fuel type Diesel
Engine hours 350
Lying Poole, UK

Summary
1986 - Designed by David Sadler and built by Sadler Yachts in Poole, the bilge keeled Sadler 26 has one of the most remarkable pedigrees of any yacht of her size. A good turn of speed and 'unsinkable' foam-filled twin-skin moulding construction. She has a high ballast ratio for stiffness and upwind power, an efficient, easily handled rig and a roomy, deep cockpit with high coamings. Six-berths, galley with oven/grill/hob, fridge and sink. Extensive navigational gear. Well maintained and constantly updated by the current owner, she has a long list of new components including the 16HP Beta diesel inboard (2007). November 2010 survey. Must be viewed by appointment at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

Navigation Equipment
Compass. Clipper echo sounder. Autohelm 1000 autopilot (1999). Simrad VHF/DSC radio. Furuno GP32 GPS (2003) interfaced to Furuno NX300 Navtex (2003). Standard Horizon plotter CP300 (2008). Navigation lights all checked (2018). Clock & Barometer.

Mechanical
Beta 2-cylinder 16HP diesel inboard, new in 2007, serviced (annually) and in 2019. Approx 350 engine hours. Sea water cooled. New prop shaft and 3-blade propellor (2007). Drip-free seal for stern tube (2007). Rope cutter. P-bracket bearing replaced (2007). New controls (2007), new exhaust system (2007), new engine and sink seacocks (2007). 10 gallon s/s fuel tank. 50 litre flexible plastic domestic water tank. Manual water pump with inline filter.

Electrical
Two 12v batteries (70Ah 2012/2016) charged by 40A engine alternator. 4 x cigar lighter sockets (2012).

Accommodation
Six berths in two cabins. Galley fitted with Flavel Vanessa gas stove with 2 burners, oven and grill. 12V fridge. Stainless steel sink with whale tap. Heads compartment with new marine toilet (2009). Brown checked upholstery. Clock and barometer. Radio/cassette player. 1.78m (5' 10") headroom. Cockpit table.

Safety Equipment
Fire extinguishers, fire blanket, Radar reflector, Plastimo lifebuoy. Manual bilge pump. MOB rescue sling. Clip on safety lines

Sails & Rig
Bermudan sloop rig. Aluminium spars by Kemp. New standing rigging (Dec 2010). Single line reefing to cockpit. Three quarter battened main (2013) with 'Packaway' system (2019). Furlex genoa furling system. Genoa UV strip new in 2016. Reefing pennants replaced in 2009. Running rigging (April 2011). Six stanchions reseated in new acrylic mouldings (2012). No 1 Genoa (C-Scanes 2001), Quaysails main (2013). Original Convent main available.

Deck & General
Two x Lewmar 24 dual-speed genoa winches. 2 x Lewmar 8 dual-speed halyard winches. 2 x Barton clutch triples (2012). Sprayhood & dodgers (2004). 7.5Kg Delta type anchor, Grapnel anchor, both with chain and warp. 7.5Kg Atlantic anchor. 25lb CQR anchor available. Anchor ball. Numerous warps and six fenders. Boarding ladder (2018). Detachable boading ladder (2006). Boathook. Four x cockpit cushions

Broker’s Comments
A lovely well cared for example of this popular yacht. Viewings at: www.harbouryachts.co.uk

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