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Sadler 34  
1988 - £34,950 
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Sadler 34 - 1988 - Fin Keel - £34,950 
The Sadler 34 offers quick and sea-kindly performance with a well designed accommodation. This one has only had three owners from new with the current owner having bought her through ourselves just two years ago and the second owner bought her in 1989 through myself. 'Nice example' sums 'JINSA' up. Epoxied beneath the water line since 1990; replacement white sails in 2003, Spinnaker and Cruising chute in addition; replacement teak sheathing in the cockpit 2006 and an engine that has had all the right things done to it professionally. 
Designed by Martin Sadler and built by Sadler Yachts Ltd to a hull design incorporating PU foam core to provide positive buoyancy in the event of a hull breach, the Sadler 34 was fitted with a cast iron external fin keel and skeg supported rudder. This one, in common with the majority, is tiller steered for a more direct sailing feel and much better utility of space within the cockpit. 
If you've been planning/hoping to buy a Sadler 34, then this is the one to view and to secure for yourself! 
Please contact on 01752 228855 or email us for further details or to arrange a viewing 


Sails & Rigging 

Rigged as a masthead sloop on her original 'Kemp Masts' spars (badged Selden extrusions) and a Furlex (by Selden) roller reefing system on the for'stay. The backstay is fitted with a mechanical adjuster. The standing rigging was replaced in 2021. 
Running rigging and reefing lines (all in clean condition) are led aft to cockpit and handled by a variety of Lewmar winches, with the headsail sheet primary winches being chromed bronze Lewmar 43 Self-tailers. Spinnaker sheet snubbing winches are fitted too. 
The mainsail is provided with a conventional sail cover, but with openings to accommodate the lazy jacks that are fitted. 
The Sail Wardrobe includes: 
- Fully battened mainsail by Doyle (2003), with the original mainsail retained as a spare or for winter use. 
- Crosscut, roller reefing genoa with foam luff by Doyle (2003). 
- Original genoa, retained on board as a spare or for winter use. 
- Symmetrical Spinnaker, c/w dousing sock. 
- Asymmetrical cruising chute, within sock. 
Mechanical and electrical systems 
Navigation Equipment 
Deck Equipment 
Safety Equipment 


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