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The Sadler 25 is a fibreglass sailing yacht, its design having evolved from the earlier Contessa 26. It is widely regarded as one of the classic late-20th-century production yachts. 'Kahu' is a lovely example of the Sadler 25, presenting as the shallow fin keel version. 'Kahu' offers great sailing performance, whether sailed single handedly or for cruising with family and friends. Spars, Rigging & Canvas Sail maker -> Kemp Sail types -> Main, Genoa & Spinnaker - Age of sails unknown (Note from owner: The main and genoa are getting a little tired but there would be no urgent need to replace them. The spinnaker is fine. The genoa had a repair done a couple of years ago which is a little untidy at the head) Rig type -> masthead sloop Rig age -> standard rigging last replaced 2010 Mainsail reefing -> 2x reefing lines to cockpit and rams horn at gooseneck Headsail furling -> Plastimo Spinnaker/pole gear -> 2.8m pole, pole uphill/downhaul, halyard & sheets Sprayhood -> dark blue Sail cover -> dark blue stack pack & lazy jacks Navy blue spray dodgers with boat name Electronics & Electrical Chartplotter/GPS -> Standard Horizon CP180 Depth -> cockpit digital display Autopilot -> Navico SV36 DSC VHF Electronic charts -> C-Map UK & Ireland C-Map PC planner package (USB reader, PC software and planner memory card) Batteries ->Deck Gear, Safety Equipment & Misc. Items Anchor/chain/warp -> 1x anchor, 10 m chain, 60 m warp Winches -> 4x Lewmar single speed, 2x Lewmar self-tailing 2x winch handles 2x boat hooks 7x fenders 1x bow fender Various mooring lines 1x gas alarm Bilge pumps -> 1x manual under engine, 1x portable Jackstays -> webbing 2x harness lines Dinghy -> Waveco 2.3 (includes oars, seat, foot-pump, and wheels installed by owner on transom) Antifoul -> International Cruiser 250 applied April 2019 Cradle -> Yacht Leg TC5 (to be negotiated separately) Last in water -> October 2018 (Engine has been run up by owner regularly approx. once a month since) Condition update - 01/08/2020 - The coach roof has developed a soft patch between the mast base and the companionway hatch. The forepeak hatch has also leaked slightly and the surrounding area will now need repair.