GOING OFFSHORE YOU SAY?.....BLUE WATER CRUISING?.....THIS IS THE PROVEN ONE! - S/V "AROHANUI"
The Westsail 42 was introduced in 1974 by Westsail Corporation (Built in Costa Mesa, CA) as a no-compromise long-distance passage-maker for the cruising couple. DESIGNED BY FAMED BILL CREALOCK, s/v "AROHANUI" is a must see and quality you will feel upon boarding her. This cutter rig design center cockpit is a true find and will serve her new owners well abroad, the PNW, extended cruising or living aboard.
s/v "Arohanui" Features;
>Terrific proven Crealock design built in the USA >2003 Kubota Diesel 67 hp. w/ very low hours >Westerbeke 5 KW generator >4 x Solar panels >Village Marine water-maker >Hard-top dodger >No teak decks to worry about >Windvane Steering and more!
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Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Marca del motor: Kubota
Año de construcción: 2003
Modelo del motor: V3300
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Número de horas del motor: 600
Hélice: Hélice 3 palas
Tipo de transmisión: Transmisión directa
Potencia del motor: 67 HP
Velocidad de crucero: 7 Nudos
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: 1 Acero inoxidable (200 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: 4
Número de depósitos de aguas negras: 1 Plástico (30 Galones)
The centre cockpit is self bailing with raised U-Shaped seating. The steering pedestal is mid-ship in the cockpit. A companionway hatch leads down five steps to the vessel interior. To starboard, a companionway leads aft to the master stateroom with enclosed head, vanity and lockers. The machinery space is accessed via two doors from the companionway. Forward, a convertible dinette is to port with the galley back to starboard. Forward again, is a salon with port and starboard settee berths w/ starboard upper bunk (slides out to double). At the bow is a marine head,lockers, workbench, sail locker and anchor chain locker.
“Dickinson Pacific” Stove/Thru Range Heater
110V “Sharp Carousel II” Microwave
Refrigerator & Freezer with Danfoss Compressor
12V Water Pump
110V Hot Water Tank
Village Marine 40-3092 Water Maker
Electronics and Navigation
Furuno Navnet Color Vídeo Plotter 1920C (New 2008)
Costal Navigator 78 VHF
Standard Horizon GX1500S VHF with Cockpit Microphone
Raytheon L265 Fishfinder
Horizon Digital Depth Sounder CP 320
Garmin Hand Held Model 75 Depth Sounder
Ocean Pilot B45 Auto Pilot
Relative Wind Speed and Direction Guages
2” Ritchie Compass
5” Ritchie Compass (On Binnacle)
(2x) 3” Brass Barometer & Clock
Electrical Supply Systems
30 Amp. Marico Shore Power Connection with Breaker Panel
(4x) Solar panels - Showa-Acro 53 Watt. GL136-M55
Small Pro HF12-20004 2000 Watt. Small Pro Inverter
Much of the Westsail 42’s heavy displacement comes from its sturdy and overbuilt hull and deck. The hull is constructed in two pieces. Each half consisting of 12 layers of hand laid fibreglass mat and roving which are bonded together. A two inch flange is molded in place along the sheer line for the hull to deck join. The deck molding is cored in half inch plywood. Both deck and hull were cured for a month where any defects would show up during this time.
The lead ballast was cast in three sections and bedded into place with a mix of asbestos and resin and then glassed over.
With long-distance live-aboard cruising in mind, the Westsail is spacious below decks with plenty of stowage. Quality construction abounds.
Undersail the 42 is spirited, sea kindly and stable. And with both cutter and ketch sail plans, the yacht is easily trimmed and balance under all wind conditions. In particular shorthanded sailors will appreciate the ketch rig option with its club footed inner forestay sail which gives a huge variety of sail configurations making shorthanded sailing a breeze.
Fuel Tanks - Butyl lined iron tanks.
1 x 100 gal. 2 x 50 gal. each.- Currently only using these. 1 x 10 gal. (day tank)
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.