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All about Sadler brand
David Sadler designed the first Contessa in 1969; Contessa 26, followed by the larger Contessa 32, in keeping with renowned Folkboats. He founded a small shipbuilding company with his son, Martin, in 1974. Sadler 25 was the first boat to leave their production line and enjoyed great success as a club boat.
Sadler 32 emerged in late 1979 and still holds the title of the shipyard's pièce de résistance today, responsible for the company's success and reputation. Just over 300 Sadler 32 boats were built during its 10-year production.
This modern boat was designed to achieve favourable ratings in relation to IOR rules. It features tapered lines while also boasting a high freeboard and inverted beam, which provide enhanced standards of liveability for a boat of this size, while the slender aft lines ensure excellent performance on the water. Sadler: the unsinkable racing cruiser!
The moulds were sold after production came to end, which resulted in a number of hulls being produced outside of the shipyard. The shipyard took on the task of building unsinkable boats by injecting polyurethane foam behind the counter-moulding. Sadler 29 and especially Sadler 26 gained their reputation by managing to reach port despite being filled with water. The shipyard fought through severe financial difficulties to produce the Starlight 34 and 39 before succumbing to them in the mid-90s.
The fact remains that the Sadler shipyard has produced boats with legendary qualities over the years.
Sadler: buy your future boat
From the very first models designed and created to the most recent, boatbuilder has a wide selection of seagoing pleasure craft for you to choose from. The boats of the range be divided into various different categories that continue to become ever more refined with the passing nautical seasons.
How to go about purchasing your new boat
Before acquiring your new boat, take the time to carefully examine what type of amateur sailor you are by considering some simple but useful criteria:
- The total budget for the purchase and maintenance of the boat
- The type of sailing and type of waters: coastal, open seas, mixed?
- Preferred uses: Fishing? Coastal sailing? River cruising? Watersports?
Looking for the perfect boat?
Impressed by the boats from the boatyard but none of the models offer exactly what you want as a seasoned sailor (or one in the making)? No need to panic! Band of Boats is here to help you. Whether you're on the lookout for a sea cruiser, a recreational fishing boat or simply a cabin cruiser, get ready to jump in with both feet and purchase your future new or used boat. We look forward to counting you amongst our community of passionate enthusiasts. Awaken the sailor sleeping inside you and prepare to write the first pages of your very own ship's log.