This Westsail features a custom designed interior. The previous owner, who finished out the interior, used ash to create lightness – with rich teak trim. The floor is hand-laid strips of teak and maple over marine plywood. Hatches were carefully cut in the floor to provide easy access to all tanks, bilges, pumps, steering, and shaft. The floor was cut-down to allow 6’4” headroom in the salon. The galley well laid out with excellent storage, propane stove, microwave, deep double stainless sinks, ample counter area and drawers for every implement.
Please review the attached photos to see the excellent workmanship that went in to this vessel.
Lon Bubeck, CPYB
Cell (310) 291-5664
The interior is custom finished in ash with teak trim. Interior storage has been maximized with hatches, cabinets, drawers and lockers located throughout the boat. Headroom is 6'4".
V-berth with filler/seat forward with storage in hanging lockers and cabinets. Next aft on starboard is the head/shower compartment. continuing aft to the main salon with a settee and pilot berth to port and a U-shaped settee/berth to starboard with cabinets and bookshelves above. There is a Dickinson wood burning stove center-line on the forward bulkhead. Continuing aft and up a step is the chart table/navigation station on starboard and the U-shaped galley to port. There is a wet locker aft of the chart table
The passageway to the aft cabin has storage in shelves and cabinets outboard and large, opening, double doors to the engine room inboard. The aft cabin has a queen berth offset to port, four hanging lockers, a custom roll-out writing desk with seat and shelves above and a second entry door to the engine room.
The workmanship and joinery throughout the boat is of excellent quality and finish.
The large U-shaped galley is to port of the companionway and features a center-line double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, Princess three burner stainless steel propane stove with oven, ventilation hood above the stove, and an Emerson 1350 watt microwave. The top loading fridge/freezer has an Adler-Barbour Super Cold Machine installed in the freezer box with spillover to the fridge box. There is ample counter space and excellent storage in drawers and cabinets.
A Benmar coursetter 21 autopilot drive unit is installed in the engine room but is not currently connected to the steering cables. This drive unit can be connected to a more current control head if desired.
There is a Onan 3KW generator mounted outboard of the engine that is currently inoperable. The current owner had it inspected by a generator mechanic who stated that it needs a new exhaust manifold and would cost around $1000 to fix.
The mast was pulled, serviced and painted in 2011. New mast wiring and lights were installed in 2011. All new standing rigging was installed in 2014-2016.
There is no engine hour meter but the engine hours are reportedly below 1000.
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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.