Westerly 35, 1989/90, centre cockpit cruiser. All GRP with wheel steering. Volvo Penta 28hp diesel engine, cabin heating, in-mast furling. Sleeps up to 7 in 2 cabins + saloon. Aft cabin with double, forward cabin with double or 2 singles, saloon double with converted settee and table + final single with trotter box. "L" shaped galley, and naivigation station, one heads. Rigged for short-handed sailing.
Lying Clyde Marina and priced at £
WESTERLY SEAHAWK 35, 1989/90
All GRP with fin keel, and spade rudder. Centre cockpit.
Boat epoxied by previous owner, prior to 2006.
Volvo Penta 2003 28hp diesel engine. Original engine.
Oil changed at 2,000 hours.
Shaft drive to 3-bladed 400mm propeller.
Disc rope cutter.
Wallas cabin heating.
Fuel capacity of 180 litres in steel tank
Water capacity of 220 litres in stainless steel tank
Polythene holding tank of 70 litres
12/220v electrical systems
3 x batteries, total capacity of 280ah from 2007/2014, switched
Adverc BMS battery charger
Shore power and cable
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Water heated by 220v immersion or calorifier
Mast head sloop with aluminium spars by Selden.
Stainless steel standing rigging all replaced 2006. New forestay and backstay 2014.
Rope and wire running rigging, replaced in 2006/7.
Roller furling genoa.
New backstay insulators fitted 2014.
New forestay and backstay fitted 2014.
2 x Barient 24 2-speeds ST genoa winches
2 x Barient 17 2-speed ST halyard winches
Main Saturn – 2007
Genoa Dolphin – 2006
Genoa Saturn - 2007
Sleeps 6/7 in 2 cabins + saloon. Aft cabin with double berth, forward cabin with double or 2 singles forward and saloon conversion to make a double + a single with trotter box. Central folding table. “L” shaped galley aft, opposite the navigation station. Centrally located heads compartment with WC, hand basin and shower.
Upholstery in pink/beige/fawn fabric.
ST50 log, speed and depth
ST50 wind instruments
Furuno CRT radar
2 x Garmin GPS
Icom VHF + MC31
Nasa Clipper Navtex
Clock and barometer
Nelson 2-burner gas cooker with oven and grill 12/230v fridge
Sink with mixer tap
TV and DVD
Fastfinder EPIRB (currently off the boat)
Auto fire extinguisher system in engine bay
2 x fire extinguishers in cabins
Lofrans Cayman 88 windlass, 12v
35lbs CQR anchor with 60m of 8mm chain
35lbs CQR anchor with 10m of chain and 50m of warp
6+ warps and 9 fenders
The boat is rigged for short-handed sailing, with all line sled back to the cockpit.
I have cruised the West coast of Scotland to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia and Finland, from 2007 – 2014, returning from Artic Norway to Scotland and finally to the Clyde via the Caledonian Canal.
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