Westerly OCEAN 33

£44,950 (Tax Paid)

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  • 1998 Westerly Ocean 33
  • 1998 Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
  • Westerly Ocean 33
Designed by the renowned Ed Dubois, the remarkable Westerly Ocean 33 is an aft cockpit cruising yacht that combines sprightly sailing performance with the exceptional interior spaciousness that is so much a part of Westerly's much admired cruising style. Large enough to cruise with six people and all their gear, yet easily managed single handed, the Ocean 33 is a performance cruiser with an excellent turn of speed, both upwind and downwind.

The one and only owners have been meticulous with her upkeep and have maintained her over the years along with a high level of inventory including heating, holding tank, coppercoat and teak decks.

Location: Chichester Marina, West Sussex
Listing office: Chichester

£44,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Westerly
Model: OCEAN 33
Year: 1998
LOA: 33ft/10m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 2
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 30375
Vessel Name: Trilogy
WESTERLY OCEAN 33 BUILT IN 1998
Sailing cruiser built by Westerly Group Limited

CONSTRUCTION:
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak decks (professionally checked, planking and caulking replaced where required 2016)
Teak cockpit gratings
Fin keel
Tiller steering
Hull coppercoated (2005)

DIMENSIONS:
LOA: 10.15m ( 33'4")
BEAM: 3.4m ( 11'2")
DRAFT: 1.68m ( 5'6")

Lifted ashore & anodes checked February / March 2016
Since new she has been lifted out for the winter every other year at Premier Marinas. In the interim years she has been cleaned and the underwater elements serviced at Itchenor.
BERMUDAN SLOOP RIG
Selden aluminium mast and spars
Stainless steel standing rigging - original
Last checked in June 2016 (mast removed, checked and re-stepped) by Holman Rigging of Chichester. Bottleneck screws were serviced.
Polyester running rigging
Slab reefing mainsail single line to cockpit
Furlex furling 200S
Spinnaker gear and Selden extendable pole

SAILS;
Fully battened mainsail - North Sails - original
Genoa - North Sails - original
Spinnaker - Crusader - 2002

WINCHES;
Two Lewmar 40 two speed, self-tailing genoa winches
Two Lewmar 30 two speed self tailing halyard winches
Winches cleaned and serviced 2013
SLEEPS 6 IN TWO CABINS AND SALOON
Forward cabin with two full length single berths in V-shape, hanging locker & storage space beneath berths and ventilation/access hatch
Saloon with two full length settee berths either side with central fixed drop-leaf table with bottle storage. Generous storage space below, behind and above the berths. ventilation hatch.
Navigation table with forward-facing station with separate seat, generous chart table, stowage, control panel and navigation instruments.
Galley with gimballed two-burner Flavel cooker, double sink with mixer tap, moulded worktop, fridge, good storage.
Very spacious heads compartment with Jabsco marine toilet (new pump assembly 2013), moulded worktop with sink, shower head and tray with pump, storage, separate wet hanging space behind the toilet, solar powered vent.
Aft cabin with ample double berth, separate escape hatch and hanging locker & storage space below berth.
Extra teak lockers in aft cabin and drawers beneath chart table

Mainly teak interior joinery with laminate sole boards
Matching blue upholstery and curtains throughout
Sinclair Fabrics-Casseo Wysteria & Scotchguard

Webasto ducted hot air heating with outlets to both cabins and saloon
VOLVO PENTA 2020 (20HP) DIESEL ENGINE
Cruising speed: 6 knots approximately
Maximum speed: 6.5 knots approximately
Sail drive to Volvo 2-bladed fixed propeller
Sail drive oil changed (2014) and seal replaced (2009)
Rope cutter

ELECTRICS:
12v & 240v systems
Three batteries (1 x engine, 2 x domestic, all new 2012)
Charged by engine alternator or 240v battery charger
IMAC 12v/240v inverter
Shorepower connector and cable

TANKAGE:
One 100 litre (22 gallon) stainless steel fuel tank
One 150 litre (33 gallon) stainless steel fresh water tank
One 65 litre (14 gallon) holding tank (2003)
All the above figures are approximate

WATER SYSTEM:
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Calorifier with 240v immersion heater
NAVIGATION AIDS:
Suunto compass
Autohelm ST50 autopilot
Autohelm ST50 speed, log and depth
Autohelm ST50 wind speed and direction
Icom ICM 323 VHF DSC (2013)
Autohelm GPS
Navigation lights

GROUND TACKLE:
CQR anchor (35lb) to 30m of galvanised chain

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Stainless steel guardwire, pulpit and pushpit
Sprayhood
Dodgers
Searchlight
Two horns
Zodiac fastroller with air-deck 4 persons dinghy (1999)
Teak outboard bracket
Various warps
Ten fenders
Two boathooks (one extendable, one moor fast )
Engine spares (impellers and drive belts)
Cutlery, crockery and utensils
Brass Clock & Barometer
Radio CD multi-changer
Stainless steel bathing ladder
Two buckets on lanyards
Deck brushes
Cockpit table
Ensign and staff
Signal halyards
Water & diesel jerry cans
Funnel
Toolkit
Fender step
Oars

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
Offshore flares pack (date of expiry unknown)
Six Crewfit automatic life-jackets
Three manual fire extinguishers
Since being commissioned and launched, "Trilogy" has been gently cruised mainly around the Solent with occasional trips to the West Country, Normandy and the Channel Islands. She was ordered with many extras at time of build and we have constantly maintained and upgraded her. We will be very sad to see her go but have decided it is time for a change.