1960 Buchanan 35 - £25,500
Lying : Scotland - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail
LOA : 10.67m (35ft 0in)
Beam : 3.2m (10ft 6in)
Draft : 1.83m (6ft 0in)
Keel : Long
- Mahogany on oak
- Green with white superstructure and red antifouling
Rigging & Sails
- Bermudan Sloop rig
- Alloy mast/spars by Bruce
- Slab reefed main
- No. 1 genoa
- No. 2 genoa
- No. 3 genoa
- Storm jib
- All sails post 1990
Mechanical & Electrical
- 27hp Lombardini diesel (1998) with Aquadrive
- 5 berths, plus galley and heads with shower
- The vessel has a good-sized cockpit with wheel steering (plus emergency tiller), seating to either side, a spray hood and dodgers. The companionway leads down into the main cabin where the galley reaches across the boat. This provides a gas cooker, sink unit (with pressurised hot, heated by gas, and cold), work top, cupboards and drawers. Going forward there is a central drop-leaf table (with integral bottle store and cutlery drawer) and a settee to either side (the starboard one converting to a double berth). Aft of these, the chart table/nav station is to starboard, whilst the galley area is to port. Going forward, there are wet and dry lockers to starboard, opposite which is the heads. This has a Baby Blake sea-toilet, shower and hand basin. In the forecabin there are 2 further single berths, plus access to the chain locker. Internal decor is varnished mahogany and oak, plus white paintwork. Soft furnishings consist of water-resistant, buttoned, woven fabric upholstery in a rose colour, with cream curtains and green/brown carpets. Headroom is 6ft 4in in the main cabin, and over 6ft for half the length of the berths in the forecabin.
- Navigation equipment: Huson VHF, Autohelm 4000 GPS, Autohelm speed and distance log, Autohelm echosounder, Wind Wizard, binnacle compass, hand-bearing compass, navigation lights
- Deck equipment: Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardlines
Understood to be very similar to a Buchanan Saxon, but with about 12in more beam. This boat does not have a doghouse, but she does have a sprayhood. It is understood that extensive portions of deck and coach roof were replaced in 1999/2000. A lovely, traditionally styled boat that appears to be in excellent condition.
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