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Under Offer
  • Manufacturer: Tradewind
  • Price: £54,950
  • Location: Chichester Marina
  • Year: 1984
  • LOA: 37'10" (11.53m)
  • Berths: 4
  • Draft: 1.68
  • Keel: Long keel
  • ID no.: 031012
  • Cabins: 2
  • Heating: Yes
  • Heads: 1
  • Showers: 1
  • Engine Make: Bukh
  • Horsepower: 36HPhp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 180 Litres
  • Engine Hours Port: 2810

Broker Remarks

"Poldeaux" - Tradewind 35 with stainless steel bow sprit built 1984, Masthead cutter, GRP hull and deck, long keel with rudder hung on the aft edge, Bukh 36HP diesel three cylinder inboard shaft drive, engine well maintained and serviced annually, engine spares, yankee cut headsail with foam luff, Sanders mainsail, Quay sails stay sail and storm jib, Lewmar winches, wheel/emergency tiller steering.

Poldeaux has benefited from constant modernisation and updating include new Raymarine 2014 C95 MFD and HD colour radar, New Hydrovane 2015 steering, new 2016 headsail by Hyde sails with foam luff, new 2018 Victron battery monitor with wifi connectivity new 2018, new 2018 Vesper marine Xb8000 class B transceiver with wifi connectivity, new 2019 sprayhood by C & J to name but a few. 

Her fully equipment is listed under "inventory" and is set up for short handed sailing having mostly sailed to Northern France, South Brittany and the Isle of Scilly. In 2016 she circumnavigated the UK, most of which was sailed single handed, she is sea kindly and safe and equally at home coastal cruising or for weekends in comfort in the Solent 

This Tradewinds 35 is a very well maintained and updated example of this go anywhere blue water cruiser which has become a firm favourite in the Golden Globe Round the World Race or equally at home coastal cruising or weekends in comfort in the Solent.  She has been thoroughly updated by her current owner who has owned her for 15 years. Owner is purely selling to down size. 

Viewing by appointment and she won't disappoint.

Accommodation

The main saloon is entered via the companionway which has a two piece lockable teak washboards. There is a GRP sliding cover.

Below decks the accommodation is traditional in style with a well-made, cosy, comfortable and safe feel.

Four steps down and you are in the galley and chart table area.

Under the companionway steps is an easily and fully accessible well maintained Bukh 36HP engine.

Saloon:
A further step down and you are in the saloon with 7/8th of an inch think solid teak flooring throughout the boat.
The first thing that strikes you is the headroom which in places is 7 feet.

The saloon has teak woodwork throughout with a stainless steel charcoal burner, two brass lamps, a bell and brass clock and barometer and stereo speakers mounted on the main bulkhead.

The seating is on settees/berths to port and starboard of a central teak dining table with fiddles.

Copious cupboard storage to both port and starboard and behind and under the settees and there is a bookshelf to starboard.

There is also a drinks cabinet and storages for glasses commensurate with the traditional feel of "Poldeaux".

Ample teak handholds.

Galley to port with three burner hob and oven with gables. Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water from mixer tap. Top opening fridge with the compressor in cockpit locker. Extensive galley storage for round the world cruising, worktop fiddle.

Heating and hot water: Stainless steel Hampshire charcoal burner heater mounted on main bulkhead.
240v and engine take off calorifier to supply hot water to galley tap and heads tap/shower
Saltwater supply and tap
Wooden cover for sink.

Chart table:
Chart table and navigation area to starboard of the companionway. A comfortable and snug seating area where the navigator/skipper can take cover from the elements.
Teak chart table with ample room for 1/2" admiralty charts, and maple folio charts.
Battery bank under seat
Engine start and associated gauges
DC and AC control panels
Navigation light red/white
Shelves for storage of almanacs, tide tables, etc.
On the aft bulkhead is a wet locker for lifejackets
Electronic outputs for NMEA to a lap top or other device
Victron battery monitoring display with wifi connectivity
Sony FM/LW/MW domestic radio
Comar CBS200 class B AIS transponder
Raymarine C95 E70011 9" MFD
Raymarine DSC VHF
Raymarine ST60+ Graphic display
Vesper Marine xb8000 class B AIS transceiver with wifi connectivity (New 2018)
NASA Marine series 2 Navtex receiver
240v sockets
12v sockets.

Forecabin:
In the bow through a short corridor with large wardrobe to starboard and heads compartment to port is the fore cabin with double berth and infill.  There are large storage cupboards and shelves to port and starboard and deck hatch for natural night and ventilation. 12v lighting and socket and 240v socket
Sail, warp and anchor lockers under the berth
Access to forward anchor locker.

Heads:
Forward and to port of the saloon is the large heads compartment with Jabsco sea toilet with porcelain bowl (Pump mechanism replaced 2019).
Hand holds, hatch and large mirror
4 large cupboards and unit with round stainless steel sink with hot and cold water shower/tap
Teak shower grid with shower sump below with electric pump out.

Mechanical and Rigging

Bukh 36HP three cylinder diesel inboard engine
Engine compartment insulated with Halyard Maritex 32mm (new 2013)
Shaft drive
PSS shaft seal
Three bladed fixed propeller
Engine well maintained and serviced at launch and layup annually (last serviced April 2019)
Engine spares and spanners
New exhausted water trap 2017
New primary fuel filter 2016
New fuel lines and fittings 2015
Two stainless steel fuel tanks under cockpit lockers 180 litres capacity
Water tank built into hull.
Bronze stern tube removed and replaced with fibreglass 

Electrical:
Engine hours 2810
Engine serviced twice a year by owner any major work done by main agent Cutler Marine
1 x 74 amp hour engine start battery
3 x 120 amp hour domestic batteries (new 2016)
Waeco IV2512 240 volt battery charger
Spectra solar panel with controller
240v shore power
AC Blue Sea distribution panel
DC 12v control panel (rewired)
Engine control panel with rev. counter, oil pressure and water temperature
Engine alternator 50 amp hour
Victron battery monitor with wi-fi connectivity (new 2018)
12v lighting with LED bulbs throughout boat (rewired 2019)
12v sockets throughout boat
240v sockets throughout boat.

Rig:
Masthead cutter rig
Mast, boom and spinnaker poles by Selden with three Lewmar mast mounted winches 3 x Lewmar 7 winches on mast
Standing rigging stainless steel by Sta-Lok with insulated backstay - Age 2006 included a new headsail roller furling 2006, staysail furling replaced 2009
Running rigging by Marlow ropes
Slab reefing - three reefing pennants
Profurl NC142 twin grove headsail roller furling (for setting twin headsails for downwind sailing)
Profurl C320 stay sail roller furling
Mast fully rewired 2006
Masthead try colour/anchor LED light (new 2015)
Deck and steaming lights
Passive Echomax radar reflector
VHF antenna
Raymarine wind transducer
Windex.

Sails:
All sails in excellent condition
Yankee cut headsail with foam luff by Hyde (New 2016)
Mainsail by Sanders of Lymington (New 2011)
Staysail by Quay Sails (New 2010)
Storm staysail by Quay sails (never used, modified for furling grove)

Moulded by Blondcell Marine in 1984
Fitted out by Frederick C. Mitchell & Son Ltd
Parkstone, Poole, Dorset UK

Materials: GRP hull and deck
Long keel with rudder hung on the aft edge.

Inventory

Deck equipment:
In 2015 the worn out teak deck was removed. The deck was then professionally sanded back, re gel coated and a stipple coats applied, areas around hatches and equipment polished.
Hull epoxied and copper coated
Stainless steel bowsprit with bob stay
Pulpit and pushpit with stainless steel guard wire with bow and stern lower navigation lights
Bow roller stainless steel with dual rollers
CQR 35 kg (Genuine made in Scotland version)
Two Dorado ventilators
Lewmar Pro 1000 electric windlass with 80M of 8mm chain plus warp (new 2015)
Two Panama fairleads
Two eyes for deck safety lines
Two bow cleats
Two Lewmar staysail track and cars (new 2015)
Two Lewmar headsail tracks and cars (new 2015)
Removable chimney and deck fitting for charcoal heater
Two midship cleats
Two stainless steel handrails on coachroof
Teak liferaft rack with stainless steel securing eyes
Solar panel mounted on coachroof
Warps and fenders
Teak covered cockpit seats and deck
Two aft eyes for deck safety lines
Seagoing, safe cockpit
Two Lewmar 40 primary self tailing winches
Two Lewmar 16 self tailing winches
Lewmar mainsheet track (new 2015)
Stainless steel wheel 30" with leather cover
Whitlock Cobra wheel steering binnacle with Plastimo steering compass (new 2015)
Raymarine wheel pilot
Manual bilge pump
Electric windless raise/lower switch
Two large cockpit lockers
Emergency tiller
Purpose built stainless steel boarding ladder to fit amidships
Large lazaretto locker with gas locker (two bottles) and CQR kedge anchor
Scanstrut backstay radar mount (New 2014)
Two aft cleats and fairleads
Teak outboard engine mount on pushpit
Hydrovane wind vane with remote control.

Navigation:
Raymarine GPS and ST60+ displays, graphic, speed, wind and depth
Raymarine wheel pilot and colour display control head (new 2015)
Raymarine C95 E70011 9" radar and chart plotter
Raymarine 4kw 18" HD colour ray dome (new 2014)
Raymarine Ray 55e DSC VHF
AIS transponder Comar CSB200
AIS transponder Vesper Marine xb8000 with wifi
Nasa Navtex.

Safety:
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Gas alarm with dual sensors
Three 1kg fire extinguishers (new 2019)
One 1kg automatic fire extinguisher in engine compartment
One fire blanket
Ocean safety EPIRB
Deck safety lines
Throwing line
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Wooden bungs on all through hull fittings.

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