The Westerly 33 is a purposeful safe sturdy cruising yacht. Centre cockpit and ketched rigged. She is ideally suited to family cruising or long-range cruising with a couple. 7 berths with two separate cabins with a double in the saloon, separate heads.
"Caradon" is a nice example and is powered by a Mercedes 42hp marine diesel engine which was serviced in May 2018, 3 new batteries in 2017, Eberspacher warm air heating, H&C pressurised water.
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 33 was the bigger, beamier and heavier successor to the long-running Longbow/Renown range, and whilst also designed by Laurent Giles, and retaining the distinctive bow knuckle, has a more elegant coachroof and substantially more interior space, plus a much better standard of interior finish than the older models, with lots of solid wood trim.
The Westerly 33 was introduced in 1977, and over 200 were built before it was replaced by the very similar Discus in 1980, which used the same hull moulding, and continued in production until 1984. "Yachting Monthly" has described them as ".... substantial, safe and comfortable seaboats, popular with families for extended cruising".
"Caradon" was built and commissioned by Westerly Yachts Ltd (UK) in 1977 and completed and launched in 1978..
The hull is in white GRP with a blue stripe and the deck & superstructure are both in white GRP with blue non slip. She has a fin keel with skeg rudder and wheel steering in a centre style cockpit.
7 berths in total in 3 cabins including the saloon. Eberspacher heating in the saloon and aft cabin, 12v ligthing throughout and the interior is finished in varnished wood and light blue velour upholstery.
Forward cabin has either 2 single berths in "V" or converts to a double berth with infill. Good natural light via a forward hatch and port & stbd opening windows, good storage in shelves and underneath berths. There is also access to the anchor chain locker.
The heads compartment is between the forward cabin and the saloon and features a Lacac marine sea toilet, wash basin and shower with pressurised hot & cold water. Hanging locker to stbd.
The saloon is spacious and well laid out with good natural light and plenty of storage space throughout. There are port and stbd settee berths and the port converts to a double berth and there is a double leaf folding table.
The "L" shaped galley is to stbd aft in the saloon and comprises a Plastimo gimballed 3 burner gas hob with oven & grill, built in microwave, top loading refridgerated coolbox and a stainless steel sink with pressurised hot & cold water.
The Navigation Station is to port aft in the Saloon and it has a chart table with seating which faces to port and the ships electrical control panel is situated on the aft bulkhead. Batteries under seat and isolator switch.
The aft cabin is accessed from the centre cockpit and has a double berth and 12v lighting.
Powered by a Mercedes OM636 42hp 4 cylinder inboard marine diesel engine with shaft drive to a 3 blade fixed prop.
Owners comment - The engine is the original Mercedes engine, serviced annually and in great condition. Starts first turn of the key every time and doesn't smoke.
The ships 12v electrical system is powered by 3 batteries and has a control panel at the Navigation Station in the Saloon.
Ketch with masthead sloop rig with gold masts and booms by Proctor which is all supported by stainless steel standing rigging.
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Centre cockpit with easily navigated side decks which lead to the coach roof and foredeck, which is all secured by a stainless steel pulpit and stainless steel double guard wires with alloy stanchions and stainless steel quarter pushpits.
There is a swinging mooring available at Port Bannatyne which will require a service prior to use.
Cost - £45 per year to Crown and £25 per year to Port Bannatyne Sailing Club with use of slip and dinghy park.
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.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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