The Lynx 29 was built by jaguar Yachts of Canvey Island after taking over the moulds from Leisure Yachts. The boat was offered as either a bilge or fin keeled option and this is one of the rarer fin keeled examples. She is a great sailing boat and packs a lot into her 29 foot interior. Thanks to her generous beam she offers 6 good sized berths and good headroom in the saloon. Powered by a reliable and powerful inboard Volvo with sail drive. Excellent inventory for coastal cruising. Hull antifouled and polished ready for her new owners.
Vessel is located at the award winning Royal Quays Marina. Those wishing to view should be aware that she is ashore and access is via a ladder. To arrange a viewing, please call David or Matt on 0191 272 9086.
GRP constructed yacht with 1.50M ballast fin keel and skeg mounted rudder. Underwater areas have been sanded and antifouled in August 2021. White gelcoat topsides with smart blue painted cove line and boot top. Shallow angled transom with stainless steel boarding ladder. Hull to deck joint finished is cast aluminium toe rail with inbuilt fairleads. Stainless steel bow and stern rails connected by stanchions and double set of guard wires. Self bailing anchor locker at bow with lid. Cast aluminium stem head fitting with bow roller to port.
Deep draining cockpit with angled coamings for comfort. Teak grate in cockpit sole. Cubby style lockers built into coamings ideal for winch handles. Large storage locker to port ideal for mooring warps. Cavernous sail locker to starboard and gas locker aft with 2-bottle capacity. Engine start panel built into aft coaming behind protective panel.
Vessel powered by a reliable and economical Volvo Penta MD2002 inboard diesel engine. This smooth running, twin cylinder, 18hp unit has been regularly maintained and serviced during her present ownership. Engine start panel in cockpit with audible alarms. Single lever engine control in cockpit. Volvo saildrive unit with 2 bladed alloy fixed propeller. New collar anode August 2021.
Bank of 2X12V batteries providing engine start and domestic power. batteries are fitted with isolators and were renewed in 2018. batteries recharged via engine alternator or onboard battery charger. Shore power inlet with cable.
Bermudan masthead rigged yacht with black, S&S deck stepped aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging with all lines led aft to cockpit. Slab reefing mainsail mounted on boom with blue sail cover and lazy jack lines. Roller furling headsail system. Genoa with UV strip. Coachroof mounted halyard winches situated either side of companionway. Genoa and Spinnaker sheet winches mounted either side of cockpit. Spinnaker rigging including pole. Fully adjustable baby stay. Sails include a mainsail, furling genoa, storm sail and spinnaker.
This yacht has excellent accommodation for her size. She has 6 good sized berths spread over the saloon and the forward cabin. The interior is warm and welcoming thanks to her teak wood interior and attractive soft furnishings. Headroom is good with full standing capacity at galley and saloon. Three steps down the companionway and you are in the main saloon. To starboard is the galley area with gas fuelled oven with 2-burner and grill and a stainless steel sink with manually pumped fresh and water saving sea water pumps. Storage cupboard. Opposite is the Navigation area with pull out chart table and cupboard with shelves. All manuals are stored here for onboard equipment. Here mounted on a panel is the CD/Radio player and navigation aids, Navtex, GPS and a VHF radio. There is a chart seat which can also be used a dressing seat for who ever uses the quarter berth.
The saloon has a U-shaped seating area to port with a off set saloon dining table. This allows unhindered access forward to the heads and bow cabin. This seating area converts to a spacious double, Opposite on the starboard side is a Settee/single berth. There is storage beneath each bunk and hull mounted shelf storage above.
Forward of the saloon bulkhead is the heads compartment with marine toilet and moulded corner sink with hand pumped fresh water. Opposite is a large hanging space with a shelved storage unit adjacent. Finally in the bow is a spacious V-Berth with storage below. This is currently used to store the spinnaker and storm jib. Opening deck hatch above for light and ventilation. The interior is in good order with carpeted sole for additional comfort.
Albert Edward Dock
Royal Quays Marina
North Shields, Tyne & Wear NE29 6DU