|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||8.83 m/29 ft|
|Width:||2.89 m/9 ft|
|Draft:||0.99 m/3 ft|
|Engine manufacturer:Yanmar 3YM30 3 cylinder inboard indirect cooled diesel (2011)|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Fresh water capacity:||136|
|No. of berths:||6|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
The Snapdragon 29 was designed and built by Thames Marine. This 1967 version has been cruised extensively in Irish Sea waters and up to The West Coast of Scotland and back.
The twin bilge keels will allow her to take the ground . She comes extremely well equipped and benefits from a new professionally installed Yanmar 3 cylinder 28hp indirect cooled diesel engine which replaced the original BMC engine.
The deep cockpit can seat up to six in safety with storage lockers under the thwarts.
There is a wind vane steering system fitted on the transom and a six man Zodiac life raft in a canister located on the transom.
With six berths and a spacious interior she is presently stored ashore at Dinorwic Marina in Gwynedd, North Wales.
The saloon offers comfortable seating around a good sized table. The galley is located to starboard and is fitted with a Flavel Vanessa gas cooker with twin burner hob, grill and oven. There is a stainless steel sink and ample storage available.
There are six berths in total in two cabins. The fore cabin has a large double berth.
The large dinette with settees either side on the port side of the saloon converts to a double berth. There is a settee berth to starboard and a quarter berth located aft on the starboard side of the saloon.
The heads compartment is situated to port with a marine toilet and wash basin which folds out when in use. Opposite on the starboard side there is a storage locker.
Panasonic radio/ player, Fire blanket, 2xfire extinguishers, 2x horse shoe life buoys, Zodiac life raft (not in date); Folding tender; Yamaha 2 stroke outboard; Warps and fenders; Dan buoy; Sprayhood; Dodgers; Sail cover; cockpit tent; CQR anchor and chain; Manual windlass; Plastimo rescue line; 2x gas bottles; Master charge battery charger; Wind vane steering; RORC flare pack.
Raymarine SL 520 chart plotter; Midland Neptune VHF radio; Weatherman radio telex weather fax; Entel hand held VHF; Nasa clipper wind speed/direction; McMurdo Marine G4 406 GPS Epirb.
Mainsail; furling genoa