Sailing BoatsClassic Sailing BoatsMarieholmInternational Folkboat
Sundance is an International Folkboat built in Sweden at the Marieholm yard in 1976. Sundance has a fractional rig with roller reefing on the foresail controlled by a continuous line. There is slab reefing with two reefing points on the main. There is a spinnaker. All the sails are of racing quality and have been used half a dozen times. The foresail has a zip-up sail cover hoisted on a halyard. The main has a cover. Spars are silver aluminium with a Spinlock mainsail guide on the mast. There is a spinnaker pole and a whisker pole. There is a blue pram hood for the cockpit.
The engine is a Mariner sail drive less than a year old. The outboard protrudes through the hull through a sealable well in the lazarette. The o/b will be serviced before the sale of the boat. There is a new marine toilet, barely used. An International folkboat can sleep four in two cabins. There is a stainless pulpit and guardrails on stainless stanchions. There are plenty of fenders. There is a plough anchor with warp and chain. The battery is kept charged by a built in pv cell. There is a multitude of quality winches, jammers and clutches.
Sundance can be viewed afloat on the Medina River, Isle of Wight....Read full description
Mooring CountryUnited Kingdom
Length7.92 m/26 ft
Engine manufacturerMariner 4 stroke Saildrive
No. of berths4
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