This yacht is a beautiful example of the much sought after Westerly Ocean 43. She is lying in the north of Barcelona, Spain and has a first-class inventory. We visited this yacht in July 2018, going down below was like stepping back in time to just a couple of years after she was first launched. The interior woodwork and trim are in first class condition, unbelievable for a yacht of her age. She is part one registration, design category 'A' for boats on extended passage where conditions exceed Beaufort 8 and wave heights in excess of 4m.
We strongly recommend viewings. We provide also a video of the boat in our YouTube Channel Network Yacht Brokers Barcelona.
The interior is finished in light American oak wood. She can sleep six people in 3 cabins including a saloon sea berth. Air conditioning is fitted throughout, driven by a new sea water pump replaced in 2018. This is a reverse cycles system so in winter it will heat the boat.
Aft Cabin fitted with a queen size double bed and with side access shr has excellent cupboard space, and large hanging wardrobes. Radio and TV connection, Italian side lights and several mains 240v sockets finish the cabin perfectly. En-suite Heads and Shower with wash hand basin and, mirrored cupboard along with Corian work surface compliment the luxury finish.
Forward Cabin with large double bunk, cupboards, hanging wardrobe. En-suite large Heads and Shower with wash hand basin and, mirrored cupboard, hot and cold pressurised water. Corian work surface, red night light shared with:
Single cabin to starboard - full-length single bunk.
Saloon with comfortable seating for six round table with extension section, bookcase, cupboard. Air conditioning, Sony Television, Radio, Lee cloth to ‘sea berth’ on back cushions.
Galley Corian work surface throughout Deep top loading refrigerator (with keel cooler) Nelson 2 burner hob, grill, oven cooker – 2011 Microwave oven Draining board & two sinks. Hot and cold pressurised water via calorfior and 240v immersion heater. Various cupboards, draws, and stowage facilities suitable for extended cruising. Red night lights.
Engine Perkins Sabre 65hp diesel 4 cylinder (in place of standard 50hp) Serviced every year. Consumption 3.24 ltrs per hour at cruising speed. Conventional shaft drive to Fixed 3 blade and 3 blade folding Maxi-Prop as spare. Volvo shaft seal. 'Stripper' rope cutter Single leaver Morse controls. Full engine panel of temperature, oil pressure, amperage gauges, engine hours and alarms.
Bowthruster Sliepner 7hp with independent battery.
Generator 3.5kv Mastervolt Whisper, with independent starter battery. 300hrs approx.
Autopilot – Raymarine ST7000 via ‘Seatalk’ system throughout boat.
Rigging Selden mast, boom, rod kicker + light spinnaker pole Selden ‘in-mast’ mainsail reefing Furlex genoa roller reefing. Mainsail by Voiltechnique - 2010 Genoa by Voiltechnique -2010 Cruising chute with snuffer by North. Genoa by North for down-wind poled out sailing. Two Electric Lewmar 54ST genoa winches - 2005 Two Lewmar 44ST mainsheet / genoa furlingwinches. Mainsail furling winch on mast with endless line to cockpit 11 clam cleats for spinnaker halyard, 2nd masthead halyard, out haul, uphaul, kicker, main reefing, main halyard. All lines lead back to cockpit and reefing systems can be operated from cockpit.
Last antifouling 2017 Last survey 2003
Tankage Fuel capacity 340 litres. Fresh water capacity in two tanks: 700 litres Pressurised H&C water system via heated engine or 240v immersion heater in calorifier. 240v Shore Power Inverter
Navigation Items Full size chart table with chart stowage. Sony television and radio Electronic Barometer Mains and domestic switchboards Inverter controls Red night lights Polaris 123 compass Raymarine electronic compass + GPS antenna. Icom IC- M423 dual station VHF radio Raytheon RC631 Chart plotter / Radar Raytheon RL70 Chart plotter / Radar Simrad AIS class ‘B’ transceiver Garmin 152 GPS x 2 Raymarine i60 instruments – boat speed, depth, wind speed, 2016 ICS Navtext receiver ‘SeeMe’ active radar reflector Radar reflector 406 EPIRB - Mucmurdo ‘smartfinder’ new battery & service 2016 Electronic C-Map charts – via Atlantic Islands to North Africa, Gibraltar to Sicily, Malta, Tunisia, Greek Islands etc. Paper charts and pilot books – Portugal, Atlantic Islands to North Africa and other places. Fishing rod holders x 2 Bimini New Spray hood 2018 Sun screens x 2 New Cockpit table 2018 Cockpit cushions 2014 Jackstays in tape x 2 Boom light & Binnacle entry light Fog horn Original Westerly design book + instruction manuals for all installations. Assorted mooring springs Assorted warps [plumbing installed for future water maker] [tubing and fuel feeds installed for future Eberspacher]
General Equipment Navigation lights, Steaming light, Tricolour light, Anchor light, Deck light 3.10m Seago inflatable dinghy with inflatable keel and floor – 2014 240v electric inflation pump for dinghy 5 HP 4 stroke Mercury outboard with separate fuel tank. Extension arm. Cover for outboard Davits for dinghy Passarelle 2016 3 section bathing ladder H&C deck shower Magnum BBQ with cover. Camping gas bottles for domestic cooking in self draining locker Boathook with buoy pick up device.
Quick ‘Hector’ electric anchor and rope winch with foot switches 2013 Twin bow rollers 45lb CQR 17lb fortress lightweight anchor – kedge 70 metres of 8mm calibrated chain 30+ metres braided anchor warp ‘Chum’ anchor chain weight Parachute sea anchor with own 30metres (appx) braided nylon warp in self release bag. Buoyed anchor trip line Anchor snubber chain hook and line
Safety Equipment 406 EPIRB 6 Man life-raft in purpose built SS cradle 2016 Horseshoe lifebelt & light Emergency tiller Bilge pumps automatic x 2 Bilge pump manual Fire extinguishers x 4 Flares + flare pistol in grab bag
Defects declaired Microwave Oven Sony TV
Contact NYB Barcelona
Port Ginesta, Local 813
08860 Les Botigues de Sitges
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