Vindo 35'

£37,500 (Tax Exempt)

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  • Vindo 50
  • Vindo 50 Layout
  • Vindo 50 Deck
  • Vindo 50 Deck
  • Vindo 50 Cockpit
  • Vindo 50 Helm
  • Vindo 50 Saloon
  • Vindo 50 Chart Table
  • Vindo 50 Galley
  • Vindo 50 Forward Cabin
  • Vindo 50 Forward Cabin with Infill
  • Vindo 50 Heads
  • Vindo 50 Saloon
  • Vindo 50 Chart Table + Pilot Berth
  • Vindo 50 Pilot Berth
  • Vindo 50 Furler
  • Vindo 50 Electronic Vessel Control
  • Vindo 50 Transom
  • Vindo 50
'VINDO 50' built in 1981 - A very seaworthy 35' Swedish cruiser with outstanding woodwork, nowadays only found on much more expensive yachts; a perfect boat for the person who wants traditional style and beautiful hull lines without a lot of the work associated with classic boats. Owned by the same family since 1990. Teak decks, wheel steering, long keel. Volvo 40hp diesel engine replaced in 2007 with EVC controls, chartplotter, DSC VHF, autohelm, liferaft, cockpit cover ands more. Please contact Ancasta Plymouth for further information INC COPY OF 2014 SURVEY.

Location: Salcombe, Devon
Listing office: Plymouth

£37,500 (Tax Exempt)

Boat Details

Make: Vindo
Model: 35'
Year: 1981
LOA: 35ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 31150
Vessel Name: Vindigo
35' Vindo built in 1981 by Vindo (Nötesunds Varv AB) in Sweden, design by Carl Andersson
Part 1 Certificate of British Registry

Hand laid GRP hull with teak deck on GRP base, teak cockpit and teak coachroof
Topside trim of teak and mahogany
White GRP hull
Long Keel
Encapsulated Lead ballast
Keel hung rudder (new rudder bearings 2016)
Wheel steering

Last antifouled: March 2017
Last surveyed: 2014

LOA: 34.94' / 10.65m
LWL: 27.50' / 8.38m
Beam: 10.24' / 3.12m
Draft: 5.30' / 1.62m
Displacement: 12850 lbs. / 5829 kgs.
Keel Ballast: 5510 lbs. / 2499 kgs.

*All figures are approximate.
Aluminum spars
Stainless steel standing rigging
Polyester running rigging
Slab reefing mainsail
Selden Furlex 200S

2 x twin speed self-tailing Lewmar genoa winches
2 x single speed spinnaker winches
2 x single speed Halyard winches

Mainsail (2014)
Genoa (2014)
Cruising chute (1981)
Jib (1981)
Trysail (1981)
Storm jib (1981)
Saloon with single settee berth to port and starboard
Single pilot berth port aft behind navigation seat
Double v-berth in forepeak with infill

V-berth forward with infill to make double berth, lockers under bunk, bookshelves and lockers over, locker in bow, emergency exit steps through hatch.

Heads to starboard with Jabsco marine WC, vanity unit with washbasin and cupboards, shower and mirror (note - the heads door opens out to separate the forward cabin from saloon + large hanging locker opposite with shelving).

Saloon with U-shaped settee to starboard with height adjustable teak table. Full-length settee to port with back that lifts to make sizable single berth. Storage under berths with lockers and bookshelves above. Handrails run the full length of the cabin.

U- shaped galley to starboard behind saloon with twin stainless steel sinks, refrigerator, Flavel Vanessa two-burner gas cooker with oven and grill, lockers and draws.

To port aft lies a sizable quarter berth and forward facing navigation station with lockers and various stowage.

Interior joinery is Mahogany and Teak
Coachroof has Mahogany & Ash laminated beams
Upholstered in a dark blue velour fabric
Cabin sole of Teak and Holly faced plywood
6ft headroom
Eberspacher diesel, air blown cabin heating

Volvo Penta EVC controls
Freshwater cooled
Shaft drive to 3 bladed fixed propeller

2 x service batteries
1 x engine start battery
charged by engine alternator

2 x 80 litre stainless steel fuel tanks
1 x 100 litre GRP water tank

Pressurised hot and cold water system
Water heated via engine
Raymarine RC435 chartplotter
Simrad RD68 DSC VHF radio
Raymarine autohelm
Autohelm wind/speed/depth
LO-KATA SSB/RX marine receiver
Sestrel steering compass
Navigation lights

Seahorse manual anchor windlass
2 x anchors, chain + warp

Liferaft (last serviced 2016)
2 x lifebuoys
2 x manual fire extinguishers
Manual & electric bilge pumps
Air horn

Boarding ladder
4 x fenders
Pulpit and pushpit
Cockpit cover
Sun awning
2 x boathooks
Cutlery, crockery and glasses (rare Vindo branded originals)
Pioneer Radio/CD player
Clock & Barometer
Avon 2.8m dinghy

A very seaworthy 35' Swedish cruiser with outstanding woodwork, nowadays only found on much more expensive yachts!

In Ferenc Máté’s book 'The Worlds Best Sailboats', he writes that Vindö Yachts “combine the strength and longevity of fiberglass hulls and cockpits with the beauty of magnificently crafted Mahogany house and Teak housetops with Teak decks to create some of the prettiest yachts in the world today".

A perfect boat for the person who wants traditional style and beautiful hull lines without a lot of the work associated with classic boats.

Currently Lying ashore at Lincombe Boatyard, Salcombe. 2014 survey available!
Bought from original Owner in 1990 by my Father, who passed the boat onto me in 2007. She has been kept in Salcombe; maintained by Lincombe Boatyard and stored undercover every winter. Only cruised around English Channel.