1983 Westerly Fulmar twin keel sloop

Afloat and ready for action North Wales GB

Overall Length: 31ft 10in 9.7m Waterline: 26ft 0in 7.92m

Beam: 10ft 11in 3.32m Draught: 4ft 0in 1.21m

Displacement: 4490kg Designer: Ed Dubois

Ballast: 1909kg Transport height: 4.47m

Sail area: 566 sqft 52.58 sqm Berths: 5/6

Builder: Westerly Marine Construction Ltd., Waterlooville, Hampshire GB 1983

A well found example of one of the finest Westerlys ever built with a worldwide reputation for safe cruising and fast club racing.

Careful owner retiring at 80 after a long career cruising Irish Sea, Iberian and French Atlantic coastline and Balearic Islands.

Afloat at Pwllheli, North Wales, GB.

Sails: Mainsail by JKA 2005 with 3/ battens in good condition with three slab reefs; two good number one light genoas by Miller & Whitworth; one standard number one genoa by Ratsey & Lapthorn; one working jib by JKA; one very good storm jib; one very good cruising 'chute with snuffer by Crusader. All head sails on luff sliders and can be bent on to furling gear foil and furled. All can be bagged and stowed within 15 minutes.

Rig: Aluminium mast, spinnaker pole and boom with stainless steel rigging, all standing rigging and all bottle screws replaced new in 2014; Rotostay jib furling 2005 with all lines to cockpit. Two 2005 Harken 40 two-speed self-tailing sheet winches; Dyneema halyards with Lewmar 40 two-speed and self-tailing reefing winch and Barton 30 two-speed reefing winch.

Engine: Beta 25, three-cylinder naturally aspirated diesel, 898 cc, 25 hp [18,6 kW] at 3600 rpm, Kubota-based and fitted new in 2010, now with 680 engine hours, serviced in 2018, driving Bruntons Varifold 2 folding propeller through a new shaft with a spare three-bladed propeller to fit new shaft. The engine will crusie for 3.25 hours per gallon when cruising at 5,5 knots. Maximum speed 7 knots. Closed circuit fresh water-cooled system with heat exchanger. Two 12V, 120 Ah 2015 service batteries. One 12v 75 Ah dedicated battery for electric anchor windlass. One 90 litre fuel tank plus three 10 litre fuel containers gives 400-mile range.

Engine Instruments: Temperature, oil pressure, engine speed, engine hours with battery and running warning lights.

Hull: GRP white topsides, Lloyds 100A1 build quality, dry bilges, all the interior doors and locker lids close and open correctly; central Dorade vent on coachroof was replaced by 250mm Gebo opening storm hatch in 2016; forehatch replaced with new Bainbridge Storm hatch in 2017; all windows were refurbished and all Perspex units replaced with 5mm toughened glass.

Deck gear: Tiller steering, stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, guard rails, fixed stern boarding ladder and lifelines. Sprayhood JKA 2005, refurbished with new transparent panels and zips in 2014 with dodgers and 2011 JKA over-boom tent for cockpit shelter, 16kg Delta bower ancor with 17m. chain and 40m. of 22mm anchor plait. 2015 Lewmar Pro series 8mm anchor windlass with dedicated 75 Ah battery. Fenders, warps, bot hooks, engine spares and tools.

Navigation equipment: Cockpit steering compass new in 2017. New Raymarine E7 chart plotter with AIS receiver and new DSC VHF. Chart plotter with Navionics gold+ cards covering UK, Ireland, Europe and Atlantic islands. Hand held and deck-mounted Garmin 172 global positioning by satellite. Navtex, NASA depth sounder, Autohelm 2000 new in 2015, remote control at chart table, spare Autohelm 2000. New mast steaming and bow navigation lights. New coachroof-mounted solar panels, 60w, 40w and 34w will keep batteries fully charged and power Autohelm, refrigerator, VHF radio and chart plotter under sail in daylight. Charts and almanacs.

Safety gear: Four-man liferaft, four harnesses, four lifejackets, and 12v searchlight. One electric and one manual bilge pumps, set of flares in date, dry powder fire extinguishers and fire blanket. two radar reflectors.

Accommodation: Saloon well-fitted out and upholstered with blue fabric-covered cushions. Four cockpit cushions. Two hanging wardrobes. Galley fitted with Plastimo Neptune gas cooker, double-burner, grill and oven, rebuilt by manufacturer with flame failure devices in 2005. Original ice box converted with extra insulation into a 47-litre refrigerator with Isotherm unit, air cooled with compressor in cockpit locker. Hot and cold pressurised water supplied by mixer tap to a larger than standard stainless steel galley sink and to separate heads with Lavac sea lavatory, wash basin with hot and cold water and shower head. A calorifier fitted in 2016 with an electric immersion heater immersion heater can deliver hot water either from engine heat exchanger or by 240v mains shore power using 25m electric cable. Fitted stainless steel 30gal 136l water tank with two 20-litre and one 10-litre water containers. Panasonic stereo car radio and CD player with Grundig speakers.

The owner of JANGLE is now in his 80th year, lives near JANGLE's mooring in Pwllheli, and after fifty years cruising is ready to demonstrate to potential buyers this very fine yacht.

GBP 26,500

SOLD April 2019

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