The Westerly Typhoon 37 was reputed to be the best Westerly ever built. Forty yachts were built from 1990 until 1993. The vessel can accommodate seven persons in three cabins plus the saloon. Two heads, one with shower. The Westerly Typhoon is powered by a 28 H.P. Volvo Diesel engine.
Accommodation is for seven persons in four cabins (Includes the saloon)
The forward cabin has two single berths in the usual V configuration. This berth will convert to a double with an infill when required.
Forward head with sea toilet
Two single settee berths can be made in the saloon.
Large 'L' shaped galley to port fitted with two stainless steel sinks, pressurised hot and cold fresh water. Hot water supplied via a calorifier (new 2010) and immersion heater.Two ring gas cooker with grill and oven (new 2012), fridge. Ample easy clean working surfaces and copious storage.
The dining area will seat a full crew and is local to the galley for ease of catering and entertaining.
Second head with sea toilet, shower and was hand basin.
Navigational area at the after end of the saloon and forward facing.
After double cabin to starboard.
After single cabin to port.
Ardic warm air warm air heating.
Main steering compass.
V.H.F. radio telephone.
Raymarine chart plotter.
F.M. radio C.D.
Ships clock and Barometer.
The vessel is sloop rigged and all masts and spars are alloy.
All standing rigging is stainless steel (new 2009)
All running rigging is in good order (new 2008)
Five sails are listed and are as follows:-
One Genoa by Owen Sails (new 2009)
One fully battened Mainsail by Owen Sails (new 2009)
Two Spinnakers with pole and gear.
One storm jib.
Stac-Pack sail cover.
28 H.P. Volvo 2003 Diesel engine with sail drive (Engine hours not known)
Cruising speed 6 knots
Maximum speed 7.5 Knots.
Fuel capacity 137 Ltrs.
Water capacity 228 Ltrs.
Range under power 300 miles approx.
The ships electric system is 12 volts throughout with power being supplied to three 12 volt heavy duty batteries via an engine driven alternator.
Two domestic batteries and one dedicated engine start battery.
240 volt shore power fitted.
'T' shaped cockpit with Teak seating and Teak cockpit sole. The cockpit is deep, safe and self draining.
Wheel steering at binnacle.
Single lever engine control at helm.
Cockpit storage lockers.
All lines led aft to the cockpit via organisers and clutches for safety and short handed sailing.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Full stainless steel guardrails.
Manson main anchor with chain.
Electric anchor windlass.
Navigational lighting to M.C.A. standard.
Four opening deck hatches
Deck mounted Spinnaker pole.
Stack Pack sail cover.
Two self tailing control winches.
Two self tailing primary winches.
All upper decks painted with grey non-slip paint.
Two horseshoe lifebuoys.
Dan-buoy with drogue.
Manual bilge pump.
Mast mounted radar reflector.
Eight man liferaft.
A selection of warps and fenders.
Headlining replaced 2013.
Inflatable dinghy and outboard.
The Westerly Typhoon 'Stormer' is a well equipped example of her class and capable of long distance cruising. Only forty Typhoons were built and they were hailed as Westerly's best design and build. Early viewing is recommended.