Sadler (GB), Segelyacht, Gebrauchtyacht, GB Ardrossan
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The Salder 34 is the largest in the early 80's Sadlers, The 34 has evolved from illustrious predecessors. Her ancestry can be traced directly back to the Contessa 32, also designed by David Sadler and she embodies all the qualities of the true classic offshore yacht.
The Salder 34 has changed remarkably little over the, years. The Stephen Jones designed with deep keel, improved hydrodynamics and lower centre of gravity have added power and performance.
Alchemists Gold is well equipped for cruising and is in ready to go condition. She comes with a reconditioned Volvo 2030A, Hot and cold water, blown air heating and good electronics including Simrad CP31 chartplotter.
Built in 1993 by Sadler Yachts in Poole
GRP Hull, deck and superstructure
Long fin keel
Skeg hung rudder wheel steering
Deck laid to ivory non-slip with teak capping
Cockpit laid to teak
Volvo Penta 2030A Diesel engine
Fresh/seawater water cooled.
Shaft driven with three Bladed Kiwi feathering prop.
2x domestic batteries
1x engine battery
Sterling battery charger
240 double socket RCD protected
Sterling charge controller on engine
Pressurized Hot and Cold Water system.
Water heated via Engine Calorifier and Shore powered Immersion heater.
Manual Water system also fitted.
1 x Fuel Tank 120 Litres
1 x Water Tank 205 Litres
Rigging / Spars
Selden mast & boom - 1997
Standing rigging 2008
Dart Sails Main & No. 1 - 2007
Mainsail in lazyjacks, slab reefed, single lines for reefs 1 & 2, double for 3
Lewmar mainsheet track with 4:1 purchase & 5:1 mainsheet purchase
Selden twin mast tracks for spinnaker pole with uphail led to cockpit.
IYE screw type backstay adjuster
Furlex furling headsail (2011) & towing cars to clutches
Selden rod kicker with control to cockpit
Genoa & sail controls led aft to cockpit via 4 large & 8 medium clutches.
2x mid-ship spring cleats
No 3 Genoa, roller furling - tired but servicable
Westway tri-radial spinnaker - as new - with squeezer - 1998
Cruising chute - very lightly used - 2008
2x ST44 primary winches
2x ST16 winches
New guard wires - 2010
Stackpack mainsail cover refurbished 2011,
Dodgers (new 2011) and sprayhood in maroon.
Access to the cockpit from below is via a comfortably wide accommodation ladder consisting of two stout steps covered in Treadmaster and mounted on the removable front of the engine compartment.
The top step is formed by the top of the engine box and makes a useful extra worktop for the galley. The access itself is closed with a three-section, varnished teak washboard, the top section of which is fitted with a louvered vent.
The accommodation can be divided into three separate cabins. Right forward are two vee-berths which can be turned into a double with the usual infill piece. There is adequate standing headroom beneath the 500 x 500mm escape hatch, set in the coachroof.
Just abaft the forecabin is a comfortable head compartment to port and this is provided with pressurised hot and cold freshwater. The seacocks for the seawater and waste outlet of the head are easy to reach and service. A tannoy vent is set in the deckhead and there is a small mirror fitted to the aft bulkhead of the compartment.
There is plenty of open-fronted lockerage for the stowage of toiletries. A push button operated electric pump beside the basin takes care of the shower water discharge. To starboard of the head is generous hanging space, which can be closed by zipped covers, or by the part-louvered main bulkhead door. The door is to full accommodation height.
The main saloon consists of a c-shaped settee around a two-leaf cabin table. The centre section of the table forms a bottle stowage. On the starboard side of the passage through the saloon is a settee which doubles as a sea berth and is fitted with a lee cloth. A trotter box for this berth extends aft beneath the chart table to give a maximum sleeping length of 6 feet 7 inches (2 metres).
To port, the settee also converts to a double berth. With the settee backs removed, the sleeping length between the galley peninsular and the main bulkhead is 6 feet 2 inches (1.58 metres). There is stowage behind both settees and beneath the settee to port. The whole of the space beneath the starboard settee is taken up with a glassfibre 60 gallon (273 litre) water tank. Grabrails run the full length of the saloon along both sides, just beneath the deckhead. The headlining is textured, foam-backed vinyl with varnished teak battens running fore and aft to increase the apparent length of the accommodation.
Abaft of the main saloon to port and handy to the cockpit, is a well designed ‘U’ shaped galley. There is a gimballed two-burner Plastimo Atlantic stove and oven, which can be locked upright for harbour use. A cavernous ice-box is moulded into the after worktop of the galley and there is a side opening fridge beside the accommodation ladder.
The forward section of the galley consists of a peninsular fitted with two deep sinks. Both are fed by pressurised hot and cold water via a faucet on the end of a flexible hose. There is also a separate, hand-pumped fresh water supply to one of the sinks. Let into the remaining section of the forward peninsular, alongside the stove is a rubbish compartment, which is designed to take a domestic, flip-top waste bin. The plastic bin top can be removed and replaced with a flush-fit section of worktop. There is plenty of above-worktop stowage both behind the stove and along the back of the galley. Fiddled shelves are concealed behind dark-tinted acrylic sliding doors.
The navigator’s station to starboard at the foot of the accommodation access is well laid out with plenty of stowage for the tools of the pilot’s trade. The chart table will take a folded Admiralty chart and stowage for full folio folded charts is beneath the hinged top. This compartment also includes a partitioned section for pencils, dividers and rubbers. Further stowage is beneath the navigator’s seat.
Beside the navigating station is a half-louvered door, which gives access to a small aft cabin containing an “almost double” berth. The door is pintle-hinged so that it can either be opened into the aft cabin or the main saloon.
Galley fitted with Plastimo 2 burner over and grill and Engel duel Voltage Fridge
Heads Fitted with Lavac Marine toilet
Simrad IS 12-speed, depth & wind
Simrad CP31 colour chart plotter/GPS with C-map catridge
Suunto steering compass
Furuno 1621 MK11 b/w radar at chart table
Simrad VHF RD68 with DSC & cockpit speaker
Autohelm S1 tiller pilot with backup Autohelm ST2000
Clock and Barometer .
Danbuoy with horseshoe lifebuoy
2x manual bilge pumps
Oscar lifebuoy recovery system
Bubble gas leak detector
Firdell radar reflector
2x Fire extinguishers (m.o.o.d)
Mooring and anchoring
Anchorman anchor windlass with gypsy & drum.
Plough anchor with 40m 8mm chain & warp
Mooring warps & fenders
- Hot water
- Plotter -
- Manual bilge pump
- Swimming ladder
- Spinnaker pole
- Battened mainsail
- Teak cockpit
- Log speedometer
- Marine head
- Spray hood
- Furling genoa
- Gennaker cruising spinnaker
- Shore power inlet
- Lazy bag
- Battery charger
- Electric bilge pump
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