Triton is a well presented and found example of the ever popular Sadler 32, designed and built by David Sadler - Triton is well setup for cruising with a good inventory and equipment list that will allow her new owners to take her wherever they might wish.
She has a fin keel so will stand up well to a bit of a blow offshore but is also of a size that will allow her access to smaller and more secluded anchorages and moorings if desired.
A lovely boat that will prove for a good option and flexibility of performance for both experienced and new sailors alike.
I have owned Triton since 2003, and have sailed the Bristol Channel from Swansea, to Cardiff Watchet, Lundy, Padstow, Scilly Isles, Dartmouth and Brittany. She is a good safe boat, handles well under windy conditions, and safely sailed me back from France in a force 8 wind. Solid fibreglass hull, built in the 80's, so a good hull thickness she has a hot water system to the galley and heads which is from engine cooling and electric immersion.
Finished in wood throughout with upholstery, curtains and carpets
U-Shaped seating to port with infill to make double berth
Pilot Berth aft starboard
Bench seating/berth to starboard
Wooden folding table to centre
Shelving and stowage to both sides
Grab Rails Throughout
Navigation table with large opening table
2 Berths in V
Opening Deck Hatch
Hanging Space to Starboard
Located to Port Aft
Deep Cockpit well
Wooden Grab Rails on coachroof
Dedicated anchor locker to bow
Cockpit with wooden slats
Furuno Radar and Chart Plotter
Furuno Electric compass
2 magnetic compasses
Raymarine Dragonfly Unit (2016)
NASA BM-1 Battery Monitor
Delta Anchor, 30 mtetres of calibrated chain + 20 metres of uncalibrated chain.
Honwave 2.8 metre dinghy
Honda 2.2hp outboard
Many tools and spares included
Manual Bilge Pump
Glass Fibre Hull and Topsides