0 2022 Red Sky 29 Antibes For Sale | Grabau International Yacht Brokerage


€250,000 tax not paid

Wood/carbon epoxy construction

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelRed Sky 29 Antibes
DesignerAllan Savolainen
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingKotka, Finland


LOA8.85m (29'0")
Beam2.5m (8'0")
Draft0.46m (1'0")
Hull ConstructionWood/epoxy with carbon fibre
EngineMercury Verado F300
Cruising SpeedNo data
Max Speed42 knots

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Jonas Renlund
Broker - Grabau International Finland, Scandinavia

+358 40 809 8688

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    Newly constructed Finnish-designed and built motor yacht with classic styling with modern carbon reinforced wood epoxy construction. Fully equipped with everything from a Mercury Verado 300hp engine to a Quick gyroscopic stabiliser.


    Launched in 2022 and with just demonstration hours run on her Mercury Verado 300hp outboard, this beautiful example of the Red Sky 29 Antibes by Finnish-based Red Sky Yachts is now available for sale at a great saving over her new build price.

    Designed by Allan Savolainen and constructed using a hybrid wood-epoxy system of mahogany, cedar and carbon fibre, the Antibes 29 combines classic looks with modern design, blistering 40 knots plus performance and levels of stiffness, noise and vibration insulation that can only be found with wood-epoxy builds.

    Her specification highlights:-
    • Triple-layer structure of cedar planking, carbon fibre sheet and 5mm mahogany planking with Douglas fir framing.
    • V-berth cabin
    • Windscreen with hardtop bimini
    • Mercury Verado 300hp outboard engine with 42knots+ perfornance
    • Sleipner Side Power bowthruster and sternthrusters
    • Quick MC2 X2 series Gyro Stabilizer
    • Solar panels
    • Simrad NSS eco3S 16” chartplotter system with Mercury Vessel-link for seamless integration of Mercury data to Simrad display
    • “Dubhe” white custom sewn marine vinyl seats on a stainless frame.


    High tech meets hand made - The eye-catching sheerline of the Red Sky 29 proves that there’s really no substitute for good looks. But this classic beauty hides a modern beast: we’ve made sure, by way of sheer hands-on, high-tech engineering, that the yacht handles every bit as beautifully as it looks.

    Building performance from the bottom up - The bottom of the hull is an independent module whose form strikes a perfect balance between stability, manoeuvrability and fuel consumption. The module also houses the whole electrical infrastructure of the boat, an ideally positioned fuel tank, a bow thruster and a mounting platform for the optional Gyro stabiliser.

    Modular design: choice without compromise The perfect bottom module accommodates four different, distinctive superstructures and one RIB. Topsides are available as a laminated wooden structure with a carbon fiber internal layer or an epoxy foam cored laminate. The lineup allows for an interesting array of options and customisations.

    The grace of classic proportions - Born of Allan Savolainen’s pen, the Red Sky 29 discreetly conceals her high tech DNA behind a beautifully proportioned, classic silhouette, honed to detailed perfection by hand in the best tradition of Finnish craftsmanship.

    Yachting on rails: the magic of the gyro Gyro stabilisation turns the already stable hull into a train on water, virtually eliminating roll. No roll means no more sea sick days at sea!

    The Red Sky 29’s Mercury engine is the only one on the market to produce enough electricity to power a gyro, in addition to catering to the needs of all the other electrical systems on board.

    Red Sky Yachts is a unique combination of a generations-long tradition of non-compromising craftmanship, innovative design and a radically classic aesthetic approach. The boatyard’s modern facilities allow it to respond in scale to the most ambitious demands in the field.

    Henrik Andersin, Owner: - ”My interest in becoming a part of the Red Sky Yachts’ story started when I realised that there were only an handful of places on the whole planet to hold such tradition, skill and culture in the manufacture of wooden boats – more often that not, if you really wanted a proper wooden boat, you would have to build one yourself.

    I’m convinced that true quality never goes out of style. That’s why at Red Sky we build boats to last – not just technically, but also aesthetically – and to be proudly handed from one generation of owners to the next, gathering not only value with age, but also grace.”

    Chris Winter, Manager:- ”It’s the extensive restauration of the 12mR yact Blue Marlin that put us in league with the best in the world. Coping with the inspiring challenges of a project of such magnitude gave us the chance to develop the facilities and the contractor network without which no ambitious project can get off the ground.

    Allan Savolainen, Master boat builder and designer:- ”We like to innovate, but not only for the sake of innovation. As an example, for the new Red Sky 29 we came up with an innovative modular production technique, that not only speeds up the process of building a wooden boat, but also allows us to build one-off boats in a small series. Embracing new technologies also helps us define and better execute what our clients ultimately want, which is absolute quality – no compromises, no shortcuts, no ifs and no buts. That’s what Red Sky Yachts is fundamentally about.”



    RCD Status:
    • Our understanding is that the vessel complies with the European Union Recreational Craft Directive and is categorised CE - C

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Hull: Gurit Corecell M foam core infused with Gurit Epoxy resin and S glass post cured.
    • Floor: Gurit Corecell M foam core infused with Gurit Epoxy resin and S glass, post cured and finished with a glued 6mm strip teak surface.
    • Deck: Tongue and groove red cedar covered with epoxy and fiberglass cloth, finished with 5mm strip teak surface.
    • Console: Marine plywood structure finished with 5mm solid mahogany.
    • Cabin: Marine plywood finished with 5mm solid mahogany. The ceiling is red cedar plank.
    • Hull interior: Fully painted with fixed tubing to route cabling and fuel lines.
    • Gyro Mount: Epoxy bonded for installation of Quick MC2 X2 Gyro Stabilizer.
    • Roof: Epoxy saturated S glass mounted on hollow mahogany posts.
    • Wooden topsides: Three-layer structure of cedar planking, carbon fibre sheet and 5mm mahogany planking with Douglas fir framing.
    • Gunwale: Solid teak.
    • Rubbing Strake: Rubber with stainless bullet ends mounted aft and faired into the swim platforms.
    • Transom: Foam cored mahogany and epoxy structure with a door opening onto the starboard swim platform.


    Engine & gearbox:
    • Mercury Verado 300hp
    • Mercury integrated engine gauges into the Garmin electronics package

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours: approx. 50 as of May 2024
    • Last date of engine service: Spring 2024
    • Cruising speed: approx 35 knots
    • Maximum speed: 42 knots

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Enertia RH 3BL SS propeller
    • Mercury hydraulic power steering
    • Ros industry “Rigel” wheel
    • Bennett M120 sport tabs
    • Sleipner Side Power bowthruster SE40/125S2
    • Sleipner Side Power sternthruster

    • Quick MC2 X2 series Gyro Stabilizer


    Voltage systems:
    • 12vDC primary domestic system with 220vAC via shore power

    Battery Banks:
    • 200Ah Victro Energy lithium service battery
    • 75Ah Optima starter battery
    • 75Ah Optima battery for bowthruster
    • Victron energy BMV712 battery monitor with built in Bluetooth for remote app use

    • 18A Victron energy and 20m shore power cable

    Solar Panels:
    • 2x solar panels on bimini top with Victron Energy charge controller

    Other Electrical:
    • 12V sockets
    • USB outlets


    Bilge Pumps:
    • 12vDC electric automatic float switch bilges pump
    • Manual bilge pump


    • Arifim custom 300L stainless steel fuel tank
    • Fuel tank level monitoring

    • Simrad NSS eco3S 16”
    • Simrad V60-B VHF
    • Built in Simrad AIS transceiver and receiver
    • Totalscan 3D echo
    • Ritchie S 53 fixed magnetic compass
    • Mercury Vessel-link for seamless integration of Mercury data to Simrad display


    • Dometic CoolMatic CB 36W refrigerator
    • Small chemical portable toilet


    Accommodation Finish:
    • High quality upholstery.

    Description of Accommodation from Forward:
    • 2 berths in 1 cabin.
    • 2 upholstered cushion V berth
    • Port and starboard cabinets with doors
    • Storage lockers forward and under the berth
    • Sliding door in Polycarbonate
    • Helm station centred
    • 2x “Dubhe” white custom sewn marine vinyl seats on a stainless frame. The folding backrest and easily adjusted sliding seat cushion allow a comfortable sitting or standing position
    • 2x small compartments under the forward seat
    • 2x “Dubhe” white custom sewn marine vinyl seats on a stainless frame. The seat is fitted with a folding and reversable backrest so passengers can stand or sit comfortably facing forward or aft. These seats are mounted on gas spring pedestals for great viewing facing forward or adjusted to the picnic table height when facing aft.
    • The aft bench with white custom sewn marine vinyl over soft padding. The seat is mounted over a mahogany storage box.

    • Arifin Custom port and starboard pulpit
    • Two fixed cleats midships and two retractable aft
    • Stainless stell hinges
    • Stainless stell latches
    • Lockable locker below stern bench

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • 7,5kgs stainless steel anchor with 50m 14mm weighted anchor line.
    • Anchor locker in the bow with fixed mount
    • Docking kit 4x4m and 2x10m 12mm PSE
    • Anchor lights
    • Warps & fenders
    • Rubber fender guard at bow


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    • Navigation lights
    • Handheld flares and parachute flares in a water-resistant container
    • 2x 2kg Fire extinguishers

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Kotka, Finland

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead broker: Jonas Renlund – Grabau international (Scandinavia)
    Tel: +358 408098688
    Email: jonas@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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