I apologize for being a halfhearted seller. I'm updating this to explain. I am looking to sell based on inspection/offer of another boat that has been hampered by Covid restrictions. But I will be inspecting the other boat and likely serious in selling this Edel 35.
As far as this boat goes, I will try to clarify what you would expect to find. I think for the money it's hard to beat, but still requires some elbow grease and a few bucks to make stellar.
I bought the boat 11/16, the bottom paint was good and it had regular hauls prior to my purchase, I did not haul it for inspection. It did get regular bottom cleaning and there were no reports of issues below the waterline.
I replaced the standing rigging, and pretty much all of the running rigging in about 2017.
Sails are in serviceable condition. Furler works as expected. There are 2 uninspected spinnakers.
It has a 2006 Yamaha HT extra long shaft engine. I've run the engine from Ft Myers to Tampa and back, then to Cuba and back. It runs like a top when it starts. Sometimes it just doesn't want to turn over. I replace some of the battery cables and had improved reliability, but it's 15 years old. I would replace it with a Suzuki 20 hp for $3500 and call it a day if I were to keep it.
Electrical: pretty shoddy, as can be expected for a 28 yo boat.
Plumbing: I replaced one head for the Cuba trip and there is a porta potty aboard for legalities. There was a leak at a inline water filter, so I didn't use the fresh water tanks. Cheap fix that I didn't deal with...
I replaced the VHF and installed a rail mount antenna. There is an old chart plotter and helm pilot that I haven't tested. Compass, check. Masthead wind and direction not currently working, I didn't even try to sort out.
Nets are in good shape.
Paint is poor. Flaky and faded, probably the worst part of the boat.
All of that being said, the boat sails really well. I didn't really want to push the boat too much on my "maiden voyage" across the gulf stream but we sailed easily up into the mid teens.