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  • Manufacturer: Westerly
  • Location: Dartmouth, Devon
  • Year: 1988
  • LOA: 33'8" (10.26m)
  • Berths: 6
  • Draft:
  • Keel: Fin keel
  • ID no.: 171205
  • Cabins: 3
  • Heads: 2
  • Showers: 2
  • Watertank Size: 292 Litres
  • Engine Make: Yanmar 3GM30
  • Horsepower: 29hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 158 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 6k
  • Top Speed: 7k

Broker Remarks

A well equipped, fin keel version of the ever popular family cruiser, the Westerly Falcon.  Built in 1988, an aft cockpit yacht designed by Ed Dubois and re-engined in 1999 with a Yanmar 30hp diesel engine (last serviced in March 2014) she can go to a speed of 6/7 knots under motor.

 Comfortable accommodation for six in two double cabins (aft en-suite) plus two single berths in the saloon with Eberspacher diesel fired warm air heating in the cabin.  There is an additional heads compartment forward.  The interior joinery is completed in teak and ash and there is more than 6’ of headroom.  There has been a modification to the galley at port settee bunk to accommodate storage / rubbish containers and to provide trotter box for port berth.  Covers and curtains were fitted in late 2013.

 ‘Toucan’ is sloop rigged with stack-pack and lazyjacks.  Quay Sails fully battened mainsail and furling genoa from 1996.  There is also a cruising chute and snuffer.  'Toucan' has an excellent cruising inventory including liferaft, dinghy, electric windlass and she has a comprehensive electronics package including radar and autopilot. 

 An lpine stereo/radio cassette player with six disc CD auto changer is linked up to a four speaker system with two speakers that are movable to the cockpit.

 Under only her second ownership since new, this Westerly Falcon34 is offered in commission and ready to sail away with a new owner.  Currently afloat in the River Dart, a short boat ride away from our office at Noss Marina, Dartmouth.

Owners Remarks:

I have owned 'Toucan' since 2005.  I am only the second owner.  I have cruised UK from Portsmouth to Channel Islands and France and to the West Country. I have sailed 'Toucan' single handed for a lot of the time and she is ideally rigged for short handed sailing.  Withe her wide beam and excellent head room, I have always found the yacht comfortable and on the occasions when the weather has been unpleasant, she has always looked after us.

Accommodation

Sleeps six in two double berths in 2 cabins and two single berths in the saloon

  • Eberspacher diesel fired warm air cabin heating
  • Teak and ash interior joinery
  • 6' + headroom
  • Forecabin head lining replaced 2005
  • Aft heads head lining replaced 2008
  • New covers and curtains, 2013
  • Galley modification at port settee/bunk to accommodate storage/rubbish containers and to provide trotter box for port berth
  • Navigation table with chart light

Galley:

  • Plastimo Neptune 2-burner gas cooker, oven and grill
  • 12v refrigerator (2009)
  • Double stainless steel sink

Aft quarter cabin:

  • Ensuite heads compartment
  • Ensuite door in aft cabin faced with large dressing mirror
  • Emergency escape hatch

Forward heads compartment:

  • Marine toilet
  • Handbasin
  • Shower

Mechanical and Rigging

Built in 1988 by Westerly Yachts, Waterlooville, Hants
Designed by Ed Dubois
SSR #24245. Yard #AF4

  • White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
  • Full osmosis treatment completed March 2013 - under guarantee
  • Antifouled March 2014
  • Fin Keel
  • Wheel steering (leather covered)

Engine:

  • Yanmar 3GM30 30hp diesel engine (New 1999) Last serviced March 2014
  • Fresh water cooling (system renewed 2006)
  • Cruising speed 5.5 to 6 knots
  • Shaft drive to three blade feathering Kiwi propeller, serviced March 2014
  • Single lever morse control
  • Engine start and instrumentation panel relocated port side closer to helm position

Electrics:

  • 12v system supplied by 3-batteries (1 x 2007, 2 x 2010)
  • Charged by engine alternator, solar panels and 220v battery charger
  • 240v Shore power ring main
  • 25m Shore power cable
  • Fixed solar panel and three removable panels
  • 2 x 12v accessory outlets at navigation table

Tankage:

  • Fuel capacity 158 litres in 1 stainless steel tank
  • Fresh water capacity 292 litres in 1 stainless steel tank
  • Holding tanks

Water System:

  • Pressurised hot and cold water throughout (pump 2013)
  • Water heated by engine calorifier and 220v immersion heater (2013)
  • Manual seawater pump to galley

Rigging:

  • Sloop Rig
  • Kemp aluminium mast and spars
  • Rigid vang (gas re-charged 2009)
  • Stainless steel standing rigging (Last replaced 1996)
  • Wire/kevlar removable inner stay
  • Single line slab reefing with lines led aft to cockpit (First two reefs)
  • Lines for reefing third point
  • Lazy jacks and stack pack
  • Rotostay furling headsail gear
  • Kemp telescopic spinnaker pole

Winches:

  • 2 x Lewmar 44ST two-speed self-tailing genoa winches (serviced 2011)
  • 2 x Lewmar 40ST two-speed self-tailing halyard winches (serviced 2011)

Sails:

  • Fully battened mainsail by Quay Sails (1996)
  • Genoa by Quay Sails (1996)
  • Cruising Chute by Quay Sails (1989),snuffer 2006

 

Inventory

Navigation Equipment:

  • Plastimo steering compass (2004)
  • Plastimo mini contest compass at navigation table
  • Stowe speed and log (1992) Stowe wind (1992)
  • Stowe echosounder (1992)
  • Stowe instrumentation repeated at navigation table
  • Shipmate RS5500 GPS with cockpit repeater
  • Raytheon R10 radar
  • Raymarine55E DSC radio with second station at the helm new 2009
  • Autohelm 4000 autopilot new 2006
  • NASA Target Pro Navtex
  • Handbearing compass

Ground Tackle:

  • CQR Anchor with chain
  • South Pacific electric windlass (fitted April 2013)

General Equipment:

  • Sprayhood (new windows 2010)
  • Dodgers
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Boarding ladder
  • Inflatable dinghy
  • Fenders and Warps
  • Crockery and cutlery
  • Alpine stereo radio/cassette player with six disc CD auto-changer
  • 4 speaker system with 2 x HiFi speakers movable to cockpit
  • Cockpit table
  • Removable mast ladder
  • Samson post
  • 100 metre multiplat rope stored under stern, available from deck

Safety Equipment:

  • Navigation lights
  • Anchor light
  • Pulpit, pushpit and guardwire
  • Emergency manual bilge pump
  • Beaufort 6-person canister life raft
  • Danbuoy
  • Lifesling
  • Lifebuoy
  • 3 x fire extinguishers
  • Stainless steel jackstays
  • Flare Pack (dated July 2013

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