Alberg 29 Sloop 1980 29 900,00 $ CAD

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29 900,00 $ CAD
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The Alberg 29 was designed by naval architect Carl Alberg and built by Nye Yachts in Canada from 1976 to 1985. The full-keel, masthead sloop was made to replace the much admired Alberg 30, which had been in production since 1962.

The cockpit shape allows unhampered movement forward by the helmsman when single-handed sailing. The cockpit has large, self-bailing drains and seat locker storage. The galley was laid out for safety. The quarter berth on the Alberg 29 was new to Alberg-designed production boats. Four bronze-framed, fixed portlights and six bronze-frame, opening ports provide light and ventilation, as does a Plexiglas opening hatch forward on the coachroof. The boat has no shortage of ventilation down below. The galley has a stainless sink with freshwater pump, insulated icebox, and a gimbaled stove with oven. There are some drawers, cupboards and a dish rack. The boat carries 30 gallons of fresh water. The head is located to port with a counter sink to starboard, where it shares space with a hanging locker.

GUINGELOT has been exceptionally well cared for and is nothing short of beautiful. She is overbuilt for safety and seakindliness, upgraded with modern equipment and fitted for comfortable cruising. She is a lovely sea boat in excellent condition and looking for a new home.


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.

  • Marine toilet to port with hanging locker
  • Counter sink to starboard with upper and lower teak cupboards
  • 5 feet 11 inch standing head room

Main Saloon abd V-Berth
  • 6 foot 2 inch headroom
  • Settee with double berth to port and single berth to starboard ? foam replaced and reupholstered in 2012
  • Starboard quarter berth - reupholstered in 2012
  • Removable teak table with folding leaves
  • Force 10 propane Cozy Cabin Heater
  • Brass cabin lights with LED bulbs and brass gimballed oil lamp on forward bulkhead
  • Teak cupboards and book shelves are above each salon berth and lockers are under berths
  • Two berths  in V-berth with shelves and brass cabin lights with LED bulbs - cushions reupholstered in 2017

  • Stainless sink with foot pump - new foot pump in 2015
  • Large insulated ice box
  • Gimballed propane two burner stove with oven and fitted cutting board
  • Microwave oven
  • Dish racks and cupboards
  • Rail mount propane BBQ

Ground tackle and Mooring
  • 25 lb. Plow anchor
  • 17 lb. Bruce anchor
  • 50 feet of 3/8 inch chain and 150 feet of rope rode
  • Mooring lines and green fenders

Instrumentation and Electrical
  • One 12v starting battery
  • Two 6v Trojan T105, 225 AH house batteries - new in 2013
  • Standard Horizon CP180 chartplotter with black box fish finder for depth - new in 2007
  • Standard Horizon GX2150 VHF radio with DSC and AIS receiver and cockpit mounted RAM Mic - new in 2012
  • AM/FM stereo with auxiliary input and cabin speakers - new in 2012
  • Autohelm 4000 self steering
  • Pedestal compass
  • 30 Amp shorepower with 50 foot shore power cord
  • Propane control with sniffer in main cabin
  • Signet Marine passage log and knot meter.

  • Yanmar 2QM15 with a three-blade bronze propeller
  • Fuel tank cleaned and all hoses replaced in 2008
  • Alternator was overhauled in 2012
  • Engine runs well - hours of use are unknown

Deck, Cockpit and Hardware
  • T-shaped cockpit has larger self-bailing drains, large starboard cockpit locker, and helm position seat locker, 1 inch thick teak cockpit sole, teak folding cockpit table with drink/binocular holder, and teak chart plotter mount.

  • 1.25 inch stainless steel double rail pulpit, stern rail with stainless stanchions and double lifelines

  • Stainless steel stem fitting with port and starboard bollards
  • Fixed stainless steel foredeck jacklines
  • Four bronze fixed portlights (plexiglass replaced in 2013), six bronze opening ports with removable screens
  • Plexiglass opening hatch on forward coach roof (new Plexiglas in 2017)
  • Two Lewmar 40CST genoa sheet winches, one Lewmar 16CST SS jib halyard winch on the cabin top and one Lewmar 16SS main halyard winch on the mast
  • Three Lewmar winch handles
  • Upgraded Jib/genoa track is 1.25 inch with Genoa block, large turning block and midships cleats on port and starboard
  • Upgraded main sheet traveler is on the bridge deck

Equipment and Rigging
  • Upgraded aluminum keel-stepped mast and boom (2004)
  • ¼ inch forestay, back stay, 2 upper and four lower shrouds, with stainless turnbuckles
  • Three mainsail reefing points controlled from the mast with upgraded Harken main sheet traveler mounted on bridgedeck
  • Foresail furling: Harken Cruising Unit 1 designed for reefing and furling - new in 2008
  • Two sails are fitted for furler - a 145% and a 115% - two others are included but not fitted - a 160% and an 80%
  • hydraulic steering (Wagner) with pedestal and 28 inch destroyer wheel.
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