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B2120

Westerly Fulmar

Lying

ashore Cornwall

Builder

Westerly Yachts Ltd., Waterlooville, Hampshire

Year

1983

Price

£24,500

LOA

31' 10"

Sail area

566 sq ft main and genoa

Brief details

LWL

26' 0"

Rig

Sloop

The Westerly Fulmar is a fast family cruiser with all the usual Westerly virtues of solid construction and seaworthiness. 'Yachting Monthly' described the Fulmar as having ".... perfect manners - a light touch on the tiller, good balance and straight running". This example is Part I registered, has a recently replaced engine with low hours, good sails, good headlinings and a good inventory including a full cockpit "camper" cover and an electric windlass.

Beam

10' 11"

Cabins

1 plus saloon

Draught

5' 3"

Berths

5/6

Displacement

9,900 lbs

Engine

Beta B-25 HE diesel

Ballast

4,210 lbs

BHP

25

Keel type

Iron fin keel with spade rudder

Sailplan

Introduced in 1980, the Westerly Fulmar was the second design by Ed Dubois for Westerly, the first being the smaller Griffon 26. It was intended as a replacement for the Laurent Giles 31-footers (Westerly Longbow, Berwick, Renown and Pentland), but was a substantially higher performance yacht, so much so that they were used for match racing and race training. The main production run of the standard Fulmar 32 ended in 1992 with over 400 built, but a very few Fulmar 33s were built up to around 1996, these later boats having a modified transom with 'sugarscoop' boarding platform.

Despite the higher performance, the Westerly Fulmar was a very successful pure cruiser, and a surprising number were still in use till very recently as sailing school and charter boats, a testament to their combination of vice-free handling and robust construction. Westerly always advertised the Fulmar as sleeping 7 adults, as well as claiming that the saloon table would seat eight. We regard this as a 5/6 person boat, unless you want to be very friendly.

Many people regard the Fulmar as the best boat Westerly ever built, and although we might think the rarer and bigger Typhoon is even better, the Fulmar is certainly a very fine sailing yacht.

Westerly Fulmar for sale

Yachtsnet photographs January 2020

Westerly Fulmar for sale - photos Jan 2020
Ashore starboard - Westerly Fulmar

The hull was reportedly osmosis treated in 2011,
and on purchase by the present owners in early 2016 was partially re-treated.

Ashore 2020

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Westerly Fulmar for sale - saloon
Forecabin
Heads
Saloon forward
Saloon from companionway

Westerly described the quarter berth, the forward part of which provides the chart table seat,
as a double, but it is actually a wide single 6' 3" in length. The saloon berths are also 6' 3" long,
and the forecabin berth is 6' 4" long with the infill, tapering forward.
Saloon headroom is 6' 1" aft, slightly lower forward.

Accommodation plan
Saloon aft - Westerly Fulmar for sale

Yachtsnet photos January 2020

Galley
Chart table
Quarterberth
Wiring by switch panel

The Beta diesel was new in 2011, and has run approx 330 hours to date. As photographed it was winterised

Engine.
Prop
Cutaway drawing from Westerly
Deck

Yachtsnet photos
January 2020
-
( in some photos
deck and cockpit
were still frosty
in places! )

Bow detail

Deck aft
Rig

Standing rigging dates from 2011

Cockpit

Cockpit forward
Bow view
Cockpit tent
Sailing

This Fulmar is understood to have had a fairly major refit in 2010/2011 including an osmosis treatment to the hull, a replacement engine and standing rigging. The age of the sails is not known, but the good condition indicates they could well be of a similar age.

Inventory:

Engine details

Beta BV-25 HE 898cc fresh water cooled three-cylinder diesel installed new 2011, run 330 hours to date.

Fuel tank capacity

90 litres

Propeller

Three bladed fixed with ropecutter

Batteries

2 x 115AH

Battery charging/electrics

Engine alternator and 80 watt solar panel mounted on sprayhood

Sails and deck equipment

Rig details

7/8 fractional sloop rig, Kemp alloy spars with S/S standing rigging from 2011

Mainsail

Hood Sails slab reefing with Packamain cover and lazyjacks

Genoa

Hood Sails roller genoa

Genoa furling

Hood Seafurl

Primary winches

2 x Barlow 24

Secondary winches

2 x Barlow 19 on coachroof

Bower anchor

35 lb CQR with 50 metres chain

Kedge anchors

Folding grapnel and warp

Anchor windlass

Lofrans X1 electric windlass with up/down footswitches - installed new 2016

Steering

Tiller

Autopilot

Navico TP300CX tiller pilot

Steering compass

Plastimo Contest bulkhead compass

Warps & fenders

6 warps and 7 fenders

Miscellaneous

Cockpit sprayhood, dodgers, cockpit table, full "camper" cover for cockpit.

Navigation Equipment and instruments

Radar

JRC1000 monochrome LCD radar

GPS/Chartplotter

Raymarine Dragonfly 5 colour chartplotter with integral GPS and European charting

AIS transponder

Matsutec HP-528A Class B transponder with display and separate GPS receiver

Log/speed

Tacktick - new 2019

Depth sounder

Tacktick - believed new 2011

Windspeed/direction

Tacktick - new 2019

VHF radio

Cobra MR F75 EU with DSC

Safety/emergency equipment

Liferaft

Seago G-6 valise 6-man, believed new 2011, now overdue for service

Lifebuoy

Horseshoe with floating light and danbuoy

Flare

ODEO electronic distress flare

Radar reflector

Mast mounted

Bilge pump

Manual pump

Miscellaneous

Jackstays new 2019

Interior

Cabin layout

Forecabin, heads, and saloon

Cabin heating

Eberspacher Airtronic blown hot-air diesel heating with 2 outlets

Berths

6/7 ( Vee or double berth in forecabin, single settee berth on starboard in saloon, pull-out double settee berth on port side in saloon, and quarterberth described by Westerly as a double, though probably best thought of as a very large single ).

Water tank capacity

136 litres. Hot water from engine calorifier or shorepower immersion heater. Separate filtered drinking water tap with footpump installed 2019.

Cooker

Plastimo Neptune 2000 two-burner, grill and oven - gas. Gas system serviced and some replacement parts with safety certificate 2018

Coolbox

Isotherm refrigeration in coolbox in galley

Heads

Blakes Lavac. Shower in heads compartment with drain pump.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Dinghy

2.7M Viamare inflatable with Flex Dinghy Rings to allow vertical storage of inflated dinghy against transom whilst underway

These particulars are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed and are subject to confirmation by the purchaser subject to still being available.

For further information or to arrange a viewing,

please contact Yachtsnet on 01326-212234

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The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not a part of any contract or offer, and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be conducted via Yachtsnet Ltd., who are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars, and where appropriate, at his own expense, to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and/or mechanical & electrical checks or tests

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