The Westerly Fulmar is renowned for its sailing performance, sea keeping ability and comfort. This is a really nice example of these ever popular family cruisers. She is presented for sale in good condition and viewing is recommended.
This is an ideal family cruiser, safe easy to handle and will go anywhere.
We look forward to organising your viewing and answering any questions you may have.
Rhu Boat Sales, Michael Schmidt & Partner, Tel: +0044(0)1436 821606 - email@example.com
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The Westerly Fulmar is a good family cruiser with with all the usual Westerly virtues of solid construction and seaworthiness. 'Yachting Monthly' described the Fulmar as having ".... perfect manners - a light touch on the tiller, good balance and straight running".
Introduced in 1980, the Westerly Fulmar was the second design by Ed Dubois for Westerly, the first being the smaller Griffon 26. It was intended as a replacement for the Laurent Giles 31-footers (Westerly Longbow, Berwick, Renown and Pentland), but with substantially better performance. The main production run of the standard Fulmar 32 ended in 1992 with over 400 built. The Westerly Fulmar was a very successful pure cruiser, and a surprising number are still in use as sailing school and charter boats, a testament to their combination of vice-free handling and robust construction. Prices can vary a lot, from hard-worked ex-sailing-school boats to carefully maintained private-use boats.
Many people regard the Fulmar as the best boat Westerly ever built. The Fulmar is certainly a very fine sailing yacht.
There is a long list of general maintenance each year, carried out by the owner -
When the Rebel is in her cradle I always cover the whole cockpit area with a specially made tarpaulin which will come with the boat.
6 berths in two cabins with separate heads compartment and 6' headroom.
Forward cabin - With large double berth and infill, large storage area beneath and shelving to hull, large hanging locker, opening hatch, heating outlet and lighting
Head - To port with marine flushing toilet, moulded basin with manual water pump, storage below and behind, opening hatch, portlight and a further large hanging locker opposite.
Saloon - The saloon has 2 single settee berths, both with lee boards and storage beneath, the port berth converts to a double. There is stowage outboard of the berths for bedding etc, further lockers and shelving above. Central Teak drop leaf table with bottle storage, small opening hatch, 4 portlights, lighting.
Quarter Berth - Aft and to port is the large quarter berth which could make a cosy occasional double berth.
Galley - The Galley is to starboard with a 2 burner cooker with grill and oven, SS sink with pressurised H/C water (with manual foot pump back up), cool box with fridge unit, storage above and below, cutlery drawer, custom "cut out" storage for mugs / plates, SS crash bar
Nav. Station/Chart table - To port is the large chart table with storage within, chart table seat with further storage, locker above and electronics.
Proctor silver anodised fractional rigged mast, well stayed with top mast jumper struts and single aft swept spreaders. Adjustable backstay. Slab reefing boom with reefing lines lead aft to cockpit. Proctor mast mounted spinnaker pole.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit with stanchion posts and double guard wires surround the deck and a good deep safe cockpit. The deck is easily navigated and the coachroof has 2 long Teak grab handles.
2 x bow rollers leading to a manual windlass. Aft of the windlass is a large central mooring cleat with two bow fairleads and there are mid ship and stern cleats.
The deck is well organised with most control lines lead aft to two coachroof winches. There are full length adjustable genoa tracks, and the mainsheet track is mounted on the stern rail leaving the cockpit free.
Bukh DV20, 20hp with shaft drive to 3 blade fixed proppeler with new rope cutter. Raw water cooled.
Cruising Speed: 5.5 Max Speed: 6.5.
General maintenance and serviced each season.
Owners Comment -
The Bukh engine is a great quality engine, very smooth, always starts, easy to maintain and very durable.
Every season I follow a list of maintenance that I do when she comes out of the water and before she goes back into the water. One of the main item on this list is the engine which is always winterized and then before she goes back into the water: gets an oil change with new filters and water pump impeller. If necessary I check valve clearance.
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.
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