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35ft Buchannan Sloop for sale. A cheap well equipped 35ft steel Buchannan yacht available now here in Falmouth. Good inventory and recent replacement engine.

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This 35ft Buchannan Sloop for sale has 5 berths. The forepeak has a double berth and door, storage and a opening hatch. The heads compartment has a Jabsco sea toilet and hanging lockers opposite. The Comfortable saloon has berths to port and starboard, lee cloths, storage above and below and a central drop leaf table which will seat six. To starboard, aft is the quarter berth (no cushions, currently used for storage) Galley to port with Taylors 30 paraffin 2 burner cooker and oven, spacious work surface, plenty of storage, SS sink with cold water manual pump Chart table to starboard with storage for charts, seat and electronics mounted above, 12v switch panels Navigation Equipment
On board, this Buchannan 35ft steel yacht has a AIS transponder, Raymarine ST60 Depth system, Raymarine ST4000 autopilot with a fluxgate mounted on mast, Kelvin Hughes VHF radio, a clock and barometer and a Pioneer CD stereo with USB connectivity made in 2015 Deck Equipment
On deck, this 35ft Buchannan steel yacht has two bronze winches on the mast for halyards, and two bronze cockpit winches for the sheets. There is also a double bow roller, 35 lb CQR anchor with approximately 30m of 8mm chain, a Simpson Lawrence anchor winch, a Dan forth kedge anchor, 2 Halyard winches on the mast, 2 Sheet winches in the cockpit, a Genoa track and car on the outer rail, Dorade vents on the coach roof, a Stainless boarding ladder and a outboard motor bracket. Safety Equipment
Anchor with chain and warp. Rigging
This Buchannan sloop for sale has a single spreader wooden mast with a roller reefing boom, also in wood. There is also a Spinnaker pole, a Windex / VHF antenna. The sails include a 2005 mainsail, spare mainsail, a 2010 Genoa, 2 Jibs, a 2008 storm jib and sail covers. A new spray hood was added in 2014 and a new mainsail cover in 2013. The mast was stripped back to bare wood in 2014, some of the seams routed and new strips of wood epoxied in. The whole mast is SP epoxy coated and finished with Epifanes two-pack polyurethane varnish. Mechanical Systems
Beta Marine BD722 3 cylinder diesel engine installed 2005 fitted with a 3 blade fixed prop in 2011. A new Rutland 914i Win charger was fitted in 2015 together with a Marlec Spectra Solar Panel with built in diode pack. Service History and Construction
The hull on this Buchannan sloop is made of 3mm steel which was hot zinc finished inside and out when built. The keel is of heavier steel and ballasted with lead and iron in cement. There is an deep bilge sump and a large water tank in the keel (not in use). In 2008, the exterior hull was shot blasted and spray coated with Jotamastic 87 before repainting. During this process any part of the hull where thinning was detected was cut out and re-plated. Jotamastic 87 is also used for interior hull protection, except in parts of the bilge where epoxy tar was applied. The decks and coaming trim were completely removed in 2004-5, and new stainless steel scuppers were fitted throughout. The decks were re-laid with marine ply beneath teak, bedded with Sikaflex. The join to the cabin sides was also underpinned with stainless steel, to minimise contact between wood and the original steelwork. More recently the interior covering boards were removed and new steel frames added to strengthen the cabin support. The decks and coaming trim were completely removed in 2004-5, and new stainless steel scuppers were fitted throughout. The decks were re-laid with marine ply beneath teak, bedded with Sikaflex. The join to the cabin sides was also underpinned with stainless steel, to minimise contact between wood and the original steelwork. More recently the interior covering boards were removed and new steel frames added to strengthen the cabin support. The teak decks, cockpit seats, coaming, hatches and cabin sides were treated regularly with Semco teak sealer, which maintains the colour in the teak with minimal rubbing down. The interior teak was varnished with Epifanes above deck level, and French polished below.
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