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Sadler 29
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Description: Sadler 29
Keywords: Sadler 29
 


Author
vermilli
Junior Member

Registered: April 2002
Posts: 4
Review Date: Thu April 1, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I've been told that I'm a belt and suspenders type and that this is the perfect boat for me. It is spec'ed for serious sailing and features a foam filled hull that renders it "unsinkable" similar to the Etap. In addition to flotation, the foam also provides sound and thermal insulation. The boat is very responsive and has tiller steering, which I prefer in a boat this size. I am continually impressed by the thoughtful design and quality of materials and workmanship. I do wish there were more Sadlers around, but it compares well with other boats in its range. (vermilli@aol.com)
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