Tradewind 35

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, United Kingdom

£57,500.00 GBP

Paid / Included


Make or manufacturer Tradewind 35 Category Used sail boat for sale
Price £57,500.00 GBP
Vat Paid / Included
Price comment Price Reduced to sell
Name of boat Island Wind Year 1990
Length overall 10.67 metres Length waterline 7.86 metres
Beam 3.24 metres Draft 1.68 metres
Air draft metres Displacement 8982.00 kg
Hull GRP Keel Long Keel
Area Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, Hampshire Country United Kingdom
Engine Yanmar3GM 27hp Fuel diesel
Fuel capacity 151.00 litres Number of berths 5
Number of cabins 2 Drinking water capacity 280.00 litres
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Island Wind is a Tradewind 35. She is a very good example of the seaworthy, long keel, cutter-rigged Tradewind 35 design. She is a large volume 35 footer with generous accommodation and storage for long distance cruising. Island Wind was built in 1990 by Tideway Boat builders of Salcombe from Blondecell mouldings, she has been well maintained and equipped. She would suit a family who want to sail in safety and comfort.


Cream GRP hull with a blue raised strake
GRP deck and treadmaster
Encapsulated lead ballast

Engine– complete overhaul 2023
Yanmar 3GM 27 HP fresh water-cooled diesel, professionally serviced annually,
Borg Warner gear box 3.2:1 (2011) and shaft (2011) drive to 3 blade fixed propeller
Rope cutter(2023)
Cruising speed 5 knots

Four 12v switched batteries (three domestic and one engine) charged by:
Sterling battery charger (2012)
Solar panel on doghouse roof(2014)
Shore power with RCD (2012)
Three 3-pin sockets for AC supply
NASA BM 1 battery monitors for domestic and engine batteries(2012)
Switchboard by chart table (2014)
Wiring re-check (2022)
Hull anode replaced (2023)

GRP 151 litre fuel tank with mechanical and electronic gauges (2016)
GRP 280 litre water tank

Water system
Hot and cold pressurised / manual
Heated from engine heat exchanger and electric calorifier (2009)

Masthead cutter rig with bowsprit and pulpit seat
Single spreader
Mast and boom: aluminium alloy, silver anodised (Eurospars)
Furling system foryankeeBamar GFM C1 (2021)
Furling system for staysail Rotostay
Halyard wrap preventers on each forestay
Stainless steel standing rigging renewed in 2021
Stainless steel gallows to support the boom

Fully battened mainsail by Crusader Sails (2017)
Slab reefing (three levels)
Stack pack sail cover and lazy jacks
Furling yankee by Crusader Sails(2015)
Furling stay-sail by Crusader Sails(2015)
Cruising chute (894 sq ft) and snuffer
Radial head spinnaker(1036 sq ft) and snuffer, hardly used
Storm jib (fluorescent orange and never set)
Try-sail (fluorescent and never set)

Two Andersen46 stainless steel, two speed, self-tailing, for yankee sheets
Two Andersen 28 stainless steel, single speed, self-tailing, for staysail sheets
Two Andersen 10 stainless steel, single speed on mast for halyards
One Andersen 10 stainless steel, single speed on mast for reefing

Laid teak seats and cockpit sole grating
Whitlock steering wheel on pedestal
Ritchie compass mounted on steering pedestal
Navigation instruments in bulkhead (see below)
Autopilot controls set in coaming
Socket by the wheel allowing use of ship’s VHF from on deck
Gas storage in draining locker
Socket for emergency tiller set in cabin sole aft of wheel
Two deep lockers and a useful stern lazarette
Main sheet and winches within easy reach of the helm

Finished in solid teak and teak veneer with white overhead lining
There is generous headroom, and good natural light throughout
Easy ventilation through Dorade events and Lewmar hatches
Overhead and reading lights
Eberspacher heater with outlets in each cabin (2014)

From main hatch forwards:

Easily accessed and fully insulated engine compartment incorporating companionway steps

‘L’ shaped galley to port
SMEV gimballed camping gas two-burner cooker with grill and oven (2012)
Isotherm fridge / freezer
‘One and a half’ stainless sink unit
Storage for food, cutlery, crockery, pans

Wet locker next to companionway

Teak chart table and seat to starboard, with book cuddy, locker and built-in drawers

Settee berths port and starboard with lee clothes
Pipe cot can be rigged to starboard
Lockers and bookshelves
Folding table with drinks cabinet
Sanderson blue fleck cotton / linen, button back upholstery.
Individual cushions to allow access to under-berth lockers
Windows have curtains and the two Lewmar hatches have black-out roller blinds
Windows replaced 2016

Head and shower compartment forward of saloon to port:
Jabsco pumping wc, basin, shower(2016)
White formica with teak trim
Cabinet with mirrored doors above basin and two lockers below

Dry hanging locker to starboard

Fore cabin:
Two single berths, with infill to convert to a double.
Deck hatch with black-out roller blind

Navigation aids–system checked 2022
Compass mounted on steering pedestal–Ritchie (2017)
Whitlock wheel steering (overhauled and bearings replaced 2023)
Wind, log, speed and depth instruments(repeater at chart table)–Raymarine ST 60 (2012)
Chart plotter -Raymarine C140 W 14” screen on arm above chart table
AIS-Raymarine AIS650 Class B Transponder
Radar - Raymarine RD418 HD
Navtex - ICS Nav 6
VHF DSC- IC M505 (with separate cabled handset for use with socket in cockpit (2012)
Autohelm Raymarine Evolution EV-1 (2023)
LED navigation lights (2016)
Deck working light

Ground tackle
Main anchor 35 lb (CQR mounted on double roller
60 metres calibrated galvanised chain
Electric vertical windlass and capstan with handheld remote control- Maxwell RC10 (2012)
Kedge secured on chocks
Sampson post aft of windlass
Closed fairleads forward and midships, open fairleads aft.
Eight cleats in total – forward, midships and aft
Flush deck for easy working

Safety equipment
Radar reflector
Two bilge pumps: one electric, one manual (2019) operated fromcockpit
Emergency tiller
4 person canister life raft stowed on quarter deck – SEAGO ISO 9650-2 4C Cruiser(2022)
Life buoy, Jon buoy, throwing lines
Folding stainless steel boarding ladder at stern
EPIRB Ocean Signal E100G
Gas detector
Gas safety certificate 2023
Three fire extinguisher points (cockpit locker, galley, dry locker forward)
Automatic fire extinguisher mounted in engine compartment
Fire blanket in galley
Handholds on deck and below
Lifelines (2020)

Spray hood
Wheel and compass cover
Winter cockpit cover
Sun awning (never used)
Warps and fenders
Various engine spares
Inflatable tender and Suzuki 2.5 HP outboard
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Brokers Comments

I concur with the sellers; Island Wind really is a very nice cozy boat, that has been well maintained and has plenty of equipment.

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