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This 1984 Sadler 26 has twin keels and is a safe family cruiser. Her inventory includes a 2017 Beta 16HP diesel engine (only 10 hours), 2016 standing rigging, furling headsail, mainsail with lazybag, sprayhood, dodgers, five berths, colour chart-plotter, tiller-pilot, marine toilet, recent survey and more. She is in very good condition and is excellent value!
Builder: Sadler Yachts
Designer: David Sadler
Keel: Twin Keel
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 7.85 m
Beam: 2.75 m
LWL: 6.15 m
Maximum Draft: 1.10 m
Displacement: 2177 kgs
Ballast: 907 kgs
Engine Brand: Beta
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|Location:||Crosshaven Co Cork Ireland|
Although built in 1982, her original engine was not installed until 1985. She now has the benefit of a mint looking Beta 14hp, installed two years ago with just 153 hours run. An Eberspacher heater has been installed.
Her owner has been sailing for over fifty years and has sailed extensively up and down the Channel to France and the Channel Islands, the East coast and Belgium and Holland. These boats have a reputation for seaworthiness and performance.
Her interior is tidy, with two double and two single berths, a galley with grill, cooker, ice box and sink.
As her owner is so experie... read more
|Location:||Rye East Sussex UK|
Sadler 26 Fin Keel Sailing Yacht
This yacht was taken in as a part exchange against a larger boat.
It recently completed a delivery trip from Hamble to Poole under its own power and motor-sailed all the way for 7 hours without missing a beat.
It is in need of some love and TLC but is priced accordingly. Topsides in good condition. Some UV degradation to the deck and superstructure and repairable damage to two of the GRP moulded stanchion bases. Otherwise she appears in sound order.
Bukh DV10 inboard diesel which was removed for the engine bay to be cleaned, engine serviced and pain... read more