United Kingdom | 1985

Sadler 34 for sale

  • 2 Cabins

General information

Name of boat
Jon Jon
10,59 m / 34,74 ft
3,28 m / 10,76 ft
1,78 m / 5,84 ft
806,00 tonne
United Kingdom

Estimate price

$ 36 829
Average price
Valuation based on average market value
$ 24 764 $ 45 991
Losses approximately in value in  3 years
$ 275
  • $ 87 0.23%
  • $ 101 0.27%
  • $ 87 0.23%
  • $ 116 0.31%
  • $ 130 0.35%
  • $ 159 0.43%
  • $ 335 0.91%
$ 17 701
  • $ 3 519
  • $ 457
  • $ 2 346
  • $ 1 173
  • $ 1 056
  • $ 1 056
  • $ 1 056
  • $ 7 038


Yacht for sale UK. Sadler 34 Fin keel for sale, this Sadler 34 benefits from a recent new Beta engine 2019 with just 100 hrs. Good navigation equipment like Radar, Autopilot, chart plotter the Mainsail is  2018, Foresail 2011. Warm air heating. Standing rigging 2014. Running rigging all replaced 2017. Wind generator. There is a of ancillary kit going with the boat. check out the eight 360 Deg photos.  Based afloat Ipswich this boat is strictly viewing by appointment only. Please note: Although sailable now this boat requires some work but nothing that is uninsurable and offers are requested from people who have the time to work on the boat at the end of the season. Full survey details can be shown when viewing only and cannot be emailed for copywrite reasons. See the full specifications for more details.   


  • 6 Berths in 2 cabins and saloon
  • Warm air heating
  • Wood Flooring
  • Curtains


  • Good size 'V' Berth with infill
  • Opening Hatch
  • Storage


  • Situated between Forward cabin and saloon

Heads (port side) 

  • Marine Toilet 
  • Hand basin over a vanity unit 
  • Hot and cold pressurised water system 
  • Privacy door 

Hanning locker 

  • Full length storage locker 


  • Single Settee berth to port and starboard with lee cloths
  • Converts to double berth 
  • Storage above and below settees 
  • Twin drop leaf table to saloon 


  • Situated aft saloon on p/side
  • 'U' shaped working area
  • Dedicated storage areas 
  • Twin sinks with mixer tap over
  • Refrigerator: Weico front loading (with freezer)
  • Cooker: Neptune 2000 twin gas hob with grill and oven 


  • Large forward facing chart table with map storage
  • Dedicated seat and storage 
  • Ships instruments 


  • Large double (see photos) 



  • Tacktick wireless displayDepth, sea tempLog (needs cleaning)Mast head anemometer
  • Raymarine C80
  • NB: Tacktic must be ON for GPS to feed plotter
  • NMEA chained GPS->Tacktic->AIS->Plotter
  • Raymarine Radar (through chart plotter)
  • Simrad RD68
  • Hand bearing compass (manual)
  • Hand bearing compass (digital)
  • Garmin GPS128
  • AIS Receiver
  • VHS Splitter
  • Simrad TP32 Tiller Pilot
  • Windex
  • Barometer

Rigging and Sails

  • Mast head Sloop
  • Standing Rigging (c 2014)
  • Running rigging (c 2104)
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Rigged preventer


  • Main Slab (new 2018), 3 reefs
  • Stack pack (new 2018)
  • Genoa (old, but working)
  • Cruising Shute (good) under forepeak bunk, sheets.
  • Storm jib

Hull, Deck, Safety and Canvas

  • White GRP hull and superstructure 
  • Tiller and skeg rudder 
  • 1.8m Fin Keel
  • Wide side decks with anti-slip surface 
  • CQR Anchor - 30m chain + 40m warp - no windlass but could be fitted
  • Bow roller
  • Second anchor - 5m chain only
  • WINCHES: x4 
  • Teak to cockpit sole and seats 
  • Cockpit lockers
  • Deck shower ( requires new head) 


  • Horseshoe buoy (2), lights (work, but due replacement)
  • Flares (all out of date)
  • Danbuoy
  • Radar reflector
  • Long line
  • Life jackets (3)
  • Harness lines (4)
  • Jackstays
  • Fire extinguisher (2xCO2, 1x foam) dates not verified
  • Fire blanket
  • Gas alarm
  • CO alarm
  • Smoke alarm
  • First aid kit
  • Manual bilge pump x2
  • Electric (portable) bilge pump
  • Emergency nav lights
  • Fog horn
  • Torches (every cabin)


  • Sprayhood: blue (c 2013)
  • Stack pack with lazy jacks (c2017)
  • Spray Dodgers: blue and named 
  • Cockpit cushions: blue  


  • Ships Electric Panel
  • Batteries (2x domestic, 1x engine - due replacement)
  • Mastervolt battery monitor
  • Rutland wind generator
  • Diesel heater (5kw)
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Battery charger
  • USB charging x2 
  • 12v socket


  • Replaced 2019 with a Beta marine 28HP
  • Last serviced 2020
  • approximately 100 hrs 
  • 1/2 tank Fuel

Extra Ancillary Equipment (included)

  • Ancillary equipment going with this boat Tender and oars - poor condition
  • Mooring lines
  • Deck brush, cleaning materials
  • Boat hook
  • Fenders
  • Anchor ball, motoring cone
  • Ensign & pole
  • Lee cloths in saloon (p&s)
  • Engine spares, socket set, basic tools
  • Bosun’s chair
  • Sadler branded crockery
  • Electric kettle
  • Gas kettle
  • Electric toaster
  • Assorted pans, baking trays
  • Cups & glasses
  • Muggi cup holder
  • Fully rigged
  • Fuel 1/2 full
  • Gas 1 1/4 bottles

Additional Information

  • Lots of ancillary kit going with the boat.
  • Check out the eight 360 Deg photos on Yachtworld.com
  • A recent survey will be made available while viewing, this cannot be emailed or given out for copyright reasons , however the surveyor will update the survey into a successful purchasers name for an administration fee. 
  • See this list of Survey conclusions & recommendations  

 By seperate negotiation 

  • Sea Safe Liferaft (6 person, SOLAS B, service due Aug-2021) coachroof mounted 

Owners Comments


  • Tiller needs work
  • Bi-colour nav light green not working
  • Washboard lock needs re-screwing

Recommendations and Conclusions from the July 2021 Survey

Every thing below is fixable and also some comes under some of the normal maintenance program, the owner is realistic about revaluing the vessel to take this into account these over winter refurbs. 

Page 27 of 28 


List of Recommendations: 

Category A items which should be addressed before the vessel is used and/or which may affect insurability; 


Category B items which should be addressed in the near future in order to prevent problems or further deterioration developing. 

1) Recommendation–  (Cat B) –  Page15:

  1. Re-bed the loose pushpit stanchion bases on the port and starboard quarters
  2. Starboard no.2,Port no.1& port no.2 lifeline stanchion bases are loose and require attention.
  3. Apply seizing wire to life line attachment shackles.

 2) Recommendation–  (Cat B) –  Page21:

  1. The engine coolant level should be topped up at the next opportunity.
  2. The raw water inlet filter bowl is full of weed and should be cleaned out att he next opportunity.
  3. There are several water and venting hoses tied off in contact with the lagged exhaust elbow, several hoses are showing slight signs of heat damage, they should be secured in place away from sources of direct heat.

Page 28 of 28 Conclusion: 

‘JonJon’ has clearly had the benefit of several expensive upgrades over recent years and as such there is a very short list of recommendations listed within this report.

 That said the extremely high moisture readings and blistering noted below the waterline will require some further investigation to establish where the blistering and high moisture is seated. Due to the vessel only being ashore for around one hour it is possible the extremely high moisture detected could be seated within the epoxy coating’s, this will however be the subject of further investigation which will require destructive testing. Following a period of at least a few weeks ashore, if moisture readings still remain at such high levels then small sample areas of the epoxy could be progressively removed down to the gel coat or laminate with moisture readings taken in stages to verify where the moisture is seated. 

Further more, if proceeding with the purchase it should be understood that the upper grp laminate across much of the continuous side decks has now extensively lost its bond with its underlying core which is now beginning to affect its structural strength, the deck scan be heard ‘crunching’ under the load of the surveyor’s weight. It should be understood that this condition is likely deteriorate further overtime and a full repair will obviously be a very expensive undertaking.

Contact Information

Precious Marine . www.preciousmarine.co.uk

01473 780286  07807 426962

Precious Marine offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Some websites that link to us may not drag the full information across please feel free to click the link and ask for the full inventory.   www.preciousmarine.co.uk - Head office 01473 780286 - Ask about our Fixed Price Brokerage scheme.

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    Added: 12:44 16.06.2021
    Updated: 11:03 27.08.2021


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