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Sovereign - 32 Mk2

1993 Sovereign 32 - ideal introduction to classic boating in style with this well-respected Ian Anderson design. The hull is coppercoated, the teak decks have been beautifully refurbished and she is fitted out for long-distance short-handed cruising. She is the last one built, so you won't find a newer one, and probably not a better one. A recent survey is available on request.


Built by Western Approaches Yachts to designs by Ian Anderson
Believed to be the last and therefore the newest hull built.
Very heavy construction throughout.

GRP Hull and Deck
Fin and Skeg
Wheel steering
Epoxied from new with a 10 year guarantee.
In 2013, the hull below the waterline was sandblasted and coppercoated.
The teak deck and cockpit relaid in 2009.
Two matching, removable plywood infill panels are provided in the cockpit in order that the cockpit seating can be used for 2 extra berths or for sunbathing
Varnished teak toe rail, and teak rubbing strakes.

Mechanical and Electricals

Beta 28 HP diesel engine, installed in 2003.
Regularly serviced and maintained.
Shaft drive via PSS stern shaft seal to 2-bladed propeller.
Morse single lever engine control.

1 x engine battery
2 x domestic/service batteries
Charged by engine alternator and 25 watt solar panel dedicated to engine battery, plus two 50w solar panels on cockpit arch
240v shore power with battery charger

25 gallon stainless steel tank fuel tank, via a Racor primary filter.
22 litre calorifier is heated from the engine to provide hot water to the galley and forward heads.


Aluminium mast, boom and gas kicker by Kemp Spars.
Extending spinnaker pole, mast mounted.
Removable stainless steel bowsprit. 
8mm stainless steel standing rigging with 7mm stainless steel baby stay.

All Sails by Jeckells. 
Fully battened main (2003), with single line reefing by Kemp. Lazy jacks and sail stowage system with Rutgerson cars.
135% genoa (2014). New Furlex drum (2014).
Cruising chute with snuffer (2010).
Spinnaker with snuffer (2010).

All Andersen.
2 x ST28 2-speed self tailing genoa winches,
2 x No.16 2-speed auxiliary winches,
2 x No.10 halyard winches,
1 x 2-speed No.16 halyard winch on mast


Forward large v-berth, with removable insert to convert to double.
Shelf and storage lockers both sides.
Full length hanging locker to starboard. 

Heads located to port.
Jabsco toilet.
Handbasin with hot and cold pressurized water from mixer tap.
Hot and cold shower from same mixer tap.
Pump out shower tray.
Three lockers.

Saloon is a very spacious and well lit living area, with four large and two small portlights. Main roof hatch.
There are two settee berths, one of which converts into a double.
Ample locker and shelf storage.
The boat was re-upholstered throughout in 2009.
A folding table serves both settees.
The saloon is a large airy cabin, with 6'6" headroom.
Four main ceiling lights and three wall mounted lights with warm LED bulbs giving a cozy effect.
There are four large lockers, four bookshelves, and a drinks locker.
Another six lockers are situated under the settee berths.
A force 10 gas heater provides warmth to the saloon in inclement weather.

Navigation Area with large chart table to starboard, and also to starboard is a good sized quarter berth and a wet hanging locker.

The well-sized U-shaped galley is to port, and is equipped with a Plastimo Neptune 2500, 2-burner hob, grill, and oven, new in 2009.
Stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water.
Seawater is also supplied by a separate foot pump.
Top-opening fridge and generous stowage, with five lockers and a cutlery drawer.
The lockers are fiddled for crockery.
Harness anchor points are provided for safety when at sea.

Navigational Equipment

At chart table:
Navman Tracker 5600 plotter, failed backlighting, but otherwise acts as a backup for the Garmin.
JRC radar 1000 LCD radar display.
Nasa Navtex Pro-plus navtex.
Raymarine ST60 Graphic repeater.
Raymarine ST60 Wind repeater.
Nasa SX 35 DSC VHF radio.
Nasa BM-1 battery monitor.
Pioneer MP-3 stereo radio, with dual speakers on bulkhead.
Manuals are on board for most of the equipment and accessories.

In the cockpit:
Garmin GPSmap 551 chartplotter with AIS receiver, installed with Atlantic and Mediterranean charts.

At the helm pedestal:
Raymarine ST60 log, depth, wind, and ST6001 Autohelm (all 2009).
Large steering compass.

Deck Equipment

Quick electric anchor windlass (2009) with canvas cover.
35lb CQR anchor plus 120 feet of 6mm chain.

Avon Hypalon dinghy with Mariner 3.3 2-stroke outboard engine.
Spray hood.
Full cockpit tent. Together with the spray hood, and the two ply inserts in the cockpit seating, provides for an extra 2-berths.
Hydrovane wind steering.
Matching canvass covers for both hatches.
Ensign staff and ensign.
Boat hook.
Stainless steel radar arch
Navigation lights.
Folding cockpit table with canvass cover.
Teak cockpit sole grating.
Brass clock and barometer.
2 x white horseshoe life rings.
Shore power lead.
Visiball radar reflector.
Anchor ball.
3 x 4.5Kg Calor gas bottles.
2 x Camping Gaz bottles.

Safety Equipment

Plastimo Solent 5 man liferaft with canvass cover on teak cradle mounted on foredeck. 
Wire jack lines to port and starboard.
Strong pulpit and pushpit rails, with gate access amidships to starboard.
Stanchions with twin guard wires to port and starboard.
Adequate warps and fenders.
Anchor ball.
Boarding/swimming ladder at stern.
Additional boarding ladder amidships.
Nasa SX 35 DSC VHF radio at chart table.
2 x Fire extinguishers, 1 in forward cabin, 1 alongside galley.
Fire blanket alongside galley.
Electric bilge pump, both auto and manual.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Model:32 Mk2
Mooring Country:Portugal
Year built:1993
Sales status:under offer
LOA:9.75 m/32 ft
Length:9.75 m/32 ft
Width:3.2 m/10 ft
KW:28.0 hp
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