The Westerly Falcon is a six berth family cruising yacht powered by a 28 H.P. Volvo 2003 three cylinder Diesel engine.The model was introduced in 1985 and production finished in September 1988.
Accommodation is for six persons in three cabins (includes the saloon)
The forward cabin has two single berths in the usual 'V' configuration.
Two single settee berths can be made in the saloon. The starboard berth will convert to a double when required.
Large double berth in owners after cabin.
Two heads with sea toilet and wash hand basin. One head complete with shower. 15 gallon holding tank (never used)
Pressurised hot and cold fresh water.
Eberspacher warm air central heating.
Galley with two ring gas cooker, grill and oven. Pressurised hot and cold fresh water, two stainless steel sinks, fridge. Copious storage spaces. All working surfaces are easy clean.
Fresh water filter system.
Single 28 H.P. Volvo 2003 3 cylinder Diesel engine (1986) with fresh water cooling system.
Cruising speed 6 knots
Maximum speed 8 knots
Fuel capacity 35 Gallons.
Water capacity 70 Gallons.
Range under power 400 miles approx.
The ships electrical system is 12 volts throughout with power being supplied to three 12 volt heavy duty batteries via an engine driven alternator.
240 volt shore power is fitted with four outlet ring main.
Two solar panels.
Tohatsu 3.5 H.P. outboard.
Main steering compass.
V.H.F. radio telephone.
F.M. radio C.D.
Ships clock & barometer.
The vessel is sloop rigged and all masts and spars are alloy.
All standing rigging is stainless steel (Replaced 1995)
All running rigging is in good order.
One Spinnaker with snffer.
One Storm sail.
Mainsails are slab reefed.
Furling Genoa gear replaced in July 2013.
The cockpit is deep safe and self draining.
Teak cockpit grating
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Full stainless steel guardrails
Navigational lighting to M.C.A. standard.
Manual anchor windlass
C.Q.R. Anchor with 5/16 chain.
Steering wheel cover.
Lifebuoy with safety light.
Manual bilge pump.
A selection of lifejackets.
Mast climbing steps
A selection of warps and fenders.
Vessel last surveyed 1995.
Part One British Registration. 711450.
A full and new Epoxy coating has been professionally applied to the rudder and lower hull of the vessel during the winter months at a cost of £6,594 and is now ready for a new owner to sail away April 2016. Invoice available for inspection.