Mark Cameron Yachts are delighted to have been appointed to act in the sale of the Starlight 35 ‘CAPELLA OF LORNE’.
The Starlight 35 was an evolution of the extremely popular Starlight 39. Sharing the lines and appearance of her big sister the Stephen Jones designed Starlight 35 is a large yacht for 35’ and has proven a very capable offshore cruiser. Below decks the Jon Sherwill designed interior provides a modern and spacious living space, ideal for two couples cruising in comfort.
The London Boatshow 2000 display yacht CAPELLA of LORNE is the last of the Starlight 35’s to be moulded for Rival Bowman Yachts by Westerly Marine Construction. Still with her original owners she has proven to be a reliable performer easily sailed with just two aboard. Enjoying continual professional maintenance and upgrading she has been wintered ashore annually. A reluctant sale due to advancing age she is offered with a comprehensive inventory, ready to commission and sail away this season. Inventory highlights include:
Lead keel with moulded GRP stub keel.
Skeg hung rudder
Underwater hull stripped back to gelcoat in 2018
Volvo Penta MD2030 marine diesel engine
Sterling digital alternator regulator
240VAC shore power system, professionally installed 2019
Sterling 240VAC – 12VDC battery charger (2019)
Pressurised hot and cold water
Diesel fired blown air heating system
Raymarine navigation instrumentation and plotter
Icom DSC VHF (2016)
Standing rigging replaced 2015
Comprehensive sail wardrobe
Sprayhood fitted new 2019
Winter cockpit Tonneau cover fitted new 2019
We have a comprehensive selection of additional photos of the boat available upon request. Wintering ashore currently CAPELLA of LORNE is available for virtual viewing immediately.
‘The Sadler Starlight 35 has a reputation of being a tough, long-legged blue water cruiser with an above average sailing performance. She is built to last and her outstanding seakeeping qualities and well-balanced handling make her a delight to sail.’
Ducan Kent, ‘Sadler Starlight 35: a solid 35-footer’, Yachting Monthly, January 13th 2021.
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