About this Sailboat:
Documented 1982 Westsail 32 launched in 1987. Yanmar 3QM30F diesel with less than 800 hours, w/Fresh-water cooling system. Outboard rudder with fiberglass gudgeons & bronze pintal pins, SS box & laminated tiller. Standard Westsail interior layout. Interior includes Teak & Holly sole, solid 3/4″ teak tongue & groove, and 3/4″ ash overhead. Interior finished with Cetol. 10 large bronze opening portlights w/ screens
2 large skylight hatches (salon & forward). Small double SS sink w/ fresh & salt water. Fresh water Capacity: 80 gal SS water tanks in centerline of bilge. Exterior woodwork is teak; most needs refinishing (previously finished with Cetol). Bowsprit is laminated fir & needs replaced (new cypress bowsprit is laminated but not shaped or installed). Exterior fiberglass & gelcoat is in fairly good condition. She has some slight dockrash (gelcoat damage only in a few small spots), which need repair. Needs bottom cleaning & paint. If you have not seen this bost, please do not show your ignorance by asking me what the lowest amount is that I will take. If you want more info or additional photos please be specific. I don’t have time to waste on window shoppers.
Equipment on Board:
629 of sail, Mainsail is in good condition from Kern Sailmakers – w/ 2 reef points & lazy jacks. Genoa (110%) on Profurl good condition, staysail is loose-footed in good condition. Heavy standing rigging in good condition, running rigging needs replaced. Dodger & Bimini in good condition. Fuel capacity: two 30 gal. black iron diesel fuel tanks. Electrical system includes two 12-volt batteries (engine room) with charger & 3 position switch, 12 volt and 110 volt panels with 17 circuit breakers (& full shore power), Electronics include: Apelco VHF Radio (masthead antenna), Apelco Loran, Furuno GPS, Signet combo Depth/Speedo, Marine CD/Stereo, Plath compass, and Navico tillerpilot autopilot. 45 lb. plow w/ 170 ft 3/8″ chain forward on rollers w/ ABI Bronze manual windlass , 30 lb. Danforth w/ 150 ft. of 3/4″ nylon rode on stern. Much more equipment onboard. Will consider smaller sailboat as part trade.