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2015 Marshall Sanderling

location icon Seattle, Washington
Year 2015
Length 18'2 ft

2014 One owner 2014 Marshall Sanderling18 Cat with Beta 18 HP inboard!  A high quality classic design very popular on East Coast as a day sailor and overnighter with large cockpit.  Shoal draft centerboard boat.  A fresh water moored boat.  More photos and information soon!


Year Built 2015
Category Sail
Length Overall 18'4 ft
Beam 8'6 ft
Max Draft 4'4 ft
Cabins 1
Cabin Headroom 4'1 ft
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID MMC18842A515
Keel Centerboard
Min Draft 1'7 ft
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 14 hp
Cruising Speed 4.34 kn
Prop. Cruise Speed 2000
Maximum Speed 5.21 kn
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 6 gal
Fuel Tank Mat. Aluminum
Dry Weight 2,200 lb
Ballast 500 lb
Displacement 2,200 lb

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Beta
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 14hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2014
Engine Location: Center
Basic Information

2014 One owner 2014 Marshall Sanderling18 Cat.  A high quality classic design very popular on East Coast as a day sailor and overnighter with large cockpit.  Shoal draft centerboard boat.  A fresh water moored boat.  

Low over head mast height can pass under all bridges in ship canal.  Beta 14 HP diesel inboard engine with 3 blade prop. Interior cushions battery charger and standard safety equipment. Running lights, 6 good sized cleats.  Safety boarding steps on rudder and stern. Tanbark sail and green Sunbrella sail cover with lazy jacks, topping-lift, boom crotch, all in very good condition. Priced at $30,000 less than new boat and that does not include $10,000 shipping from East Coast.

Standard Equipment for Cuddy model.
  • Teak rub rails and coaming caps

  • Teak hand rails on cabin top

  • Teak trim around cabin trunk

  • Teak louvered companionway doors

  • Teak centerboard cap

  • Self bailing cockpit

  • Burnished bronze hardware

  • Fixed bronze portholes (4)

  • 3” foam berth cushions for two

  • Painted aluminum spars

  • Braided or Vintage running rigging

  • 5.4 oz. Dacron sail

  • Sail cover

  • Varnished ash tiller

Manufacturer Provided Description

A common sense daysailer-weekender offering the spaciousness and comfort found only in larger boats. Easy to single hand, or to sail with the kids, she is a safe and stiff boat. Her size, positive flotation, and stability even allow for short offshore passages. Nevertheless, her racing record is astonishing, with many boats competing in established fleets in New Jersey, Long Island Sound, Chesapeake Bay and elsewhere. Sanderling is one of the oldest continuously produced fiberglass boats on the market. Marshall Marine has built over 600 of them since 1962. All lines are handled from the cockpit. No headsails or backstays to worry about. In a sudden squall, you can "reef" by simply dropping the peak of the sail. By design, catboats have a large beam, thereby accomplishing a stiff and stable plane of sailing. The cockpit on the Sanderling is self-bailing; coamings are high to keep out water. The boat possesses positive flotation, and cannot sink if holed or capsized. In addition to sailing upright, the boat offers a spacious cockpit. The cabin is surprisingly roomy below for the size of the boat, and is large enough for truly ample accommodations. All boats are built with alternating layers of woven roving fiberglass, and 1 1-2 ounce fiberglass mat. Special Airex coring is used in the cabin tops where a full fiberglass laminate would add too much weight. Each boat has wood trim and quality joinerwork. Fiberglass construction keeps costs of ownership to a minimum. Many owners store their boats on trailers and do their own work in the comfort of a garage. Their boats now number over 1200, and are sailed from Maine to Florida, the Gulf Coast, and the Caribbean.

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.
Additional Contact Information

For more information on this yacht contact central listing agent Michael Locatell CPYB at 206.459.0880 cell & text of e-mail yachtinfo@aol.com