£ 54.950 (€ 61.543) incl. BTW
Plymouth, Devon, Verenigd Koninkrijk
|Aangeboden door||Ancasta International Boat Sales - Ancasta Plymouth|1991 Tradewind 35
Tradewind 35 - Solid and reliable offshore cruiser with good sea-keeping qualities and a steady, well-mannered performance. Updated Raymarine navigation equipment. Nanni 42hp diesel engine, solar panel and cruising chute.
Built by Blondecell in 1991/2, commissioned in 1992.
Designed by John Rock
Blue GRP hull
White GRP superstructure
Teak capping rails
Teak cockpit sole & seating (Teak replaced on seating 2022)
Whitlock wheel steering system (clamp replaced 2018)
Keel hung rudder
Last antifouled: Spring 2022
Anodes changed: Spring 2021 (checked Spring 2022)
Re- Epoxied keel (2015/2016)
Comes out annually for maintenance
LOA 10.69M (35'0'')
LWL 7.87M (25'82')
BEAM 3.20M (10'5'')
DRAFT 2.16M (5'5'')
BALLAST 3,754KG (3.70 tonnes)
*All figures are approximate
Whitlock steering compass
Raymarine ACU-100 Actuator Control Unit with p70 Pilot Controller (NEW 2021)
Raymarine i50/i60 Log/Speed/Depth/Wind (2015)
Furuno GPS navigator GP-50 Mark-3
Garmin GPS72 Handheld Personal Navigator
ICOM IC-M323 DSC VHF
Raymarine Dragonfly 5 cockpit GPS (attaches to binnacle)
Lofrans manual windlass
Twin bow roller
35lb Bower CQS anchor with 70 metres calibrated chain & 30 metres warp
Spare kedge anchor
Sprayhood (Grey) with stainless steel frame and grab rail
Various fenders & warps
Teak outboard bracket
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit
Stainless steel guardwire
Teak grab rails on coachroof
SLEEPS 4 IN 1 DOUBLE CABIN + 2 SINGLE BERTHS IN SALOON
The accommodation below is designed for comfort afloat and practicality when under way. Utilising the skills of experienced craftsmen, they are built to uncompromising standards. The teak trim and attention to detail are evident throughout. The layout provides a spacious saloon boasting over six-foot headroom, a galley with large work areas and a chart table ideally positioned for the navigator's comfort. Further forward the roomy, well-appointed shower/ head compartment complements the Owner's cabin and adjacent locker area.
L- shaped galley to port.
Taylors gimballed two-burner gas cooker with grill & oven.
Stainless steel sink with mixer tap and pressurised hot & cold water.
Top-loading 12v refrigeration.
Cupboards & storage lockers.
Forward facing to starboard (opposite Galley).
Main switch panel.
Main battery isolator beneath seat.
Step down to:
Bench settees to port & starboard (2x single berths) with storage behind and beneath.
Lockers, bookshelves and drop-leaf saloon table.
Teak interior construction with white headlining.
Approx 7ft headroom.
Corridor through to Forward Cabin and Heads Compartment with large hanging wardrobe.
Double berth with wardrobe and storage lockers.
Access to chain locker.
To port, with Lavac marine toilet.
Shower from basin.
Nanni 4.180 42hp 4-cylinder diesel engine
Last serviced Summer 2022 (heat exchanger rebuilt and exhaust elbow replaced)
Raw water seacock replaced 2017
Approximately 600 hours running
Cruising speed 5 knots
Maximum speed 6.5knots
2x service batteries
1x engine battery
Charged by engine alternator, battery charger & solar
Shore power with cable
Solar panel mounted forward of companionway (NEW 2020)
Spectra Solar charge controller NC10DU (NEW 2020)
Internal LED lighting (NEW 2021)
Fuel capacity 320 litres in 2 x stainless steel tanks
Fresh Water Capacity 340 litres
Pressurised hot & cold-water system (NEW 2019)
*All figures are approximate
Bermudan Cutter Rig
Proctor aluminium alloy mast and spars (1992)
Stainless steel standing rigging (2015)
Terylene running rigging (2015)
Mainsail slab reefing
Harken headsail furling
Spinnaker gear and pole
Frederiksen mainsheet traveller
Detachable inner forestay
2x Andersen #28 2-speed ST
2x Andersen #46 2-speed ST
2x Andersen #28 2-speed ST (at mast)
2x Andersen #16 2-speed ST (at mast)
Mainsail, Quay Sails