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Westerly Seahawk

This Westerly Seahawk was built by Westerly Yachts in 1985 and designed by Ed Dubois. The 34ft yacht is spacious and comfortable making her an ideal family cruiser that comes into her own in big seas. In her present ownership she has been cruised widely in Irish and Scottish waters having just been as far north as the Pentland Firth.

On deck all control lines are led aft to the centre cockpit where the sprayhood and a range of instruments are available.

The centre cockpit is sheltered and in addition there is an all over cockpit cover which can totally enclose the cockpit when required , welcome when shade or shelter is required.

The Seahawk is the subject of a 6 page in depth review in the October 2016 Yachting Monthly. They said 'If you are into safe steady drama free sailing, she should be high on your list!'

The Volvo Penta 2003 28hp diesel was rebuilt in 2010 with only 1500 hours use since then.

A Honmarine 2.7m tender and Suzuki 2.3m outboard may also be available by negotiation.

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Boat Specs:

Hull : GRP
Year : 1985
Berths : 7
LOA : 33' 8" (10.3m)
Beam : 12' 2" (3.7m)
Draft : 4' 10" (1.5m)
Keel : Fin
Rig : Bermudan sloop
Engine Type : Inboard
Engine : Volvo Penta 2003 3 cylinder 28 hp. (Rebuilt 2010)
Fuel : Diesel
Fuel Capacity : 150 litres
Engine Hours : 1500
Water : 150 litres
Location : Gwynedd

Video Tour



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Accommodation:

The Seahawk design is noted for the accommodation which compares favourably with most 40 footers. There is full standing headroom throughout the accommodation. The spacious saloon has comfortable seating and a drop leaf table. The aft facing chart table is located on the starboard side tucked in at the bottom of the companionway.

There are up to seven berths in three cabins with a large owners aft cabin which is as big and well appointed as you could wish. It has a large double berth, a seating area and wash basin in vanity unit. The fore cabin offers a double berth with a separate heads compartment adjacent, with a hanging locker opposite. In addition there are three settee berths available in the saloon.


Galley:

The L shaped galley is situated on the port side and is equipped with a two burner cooker with oven and grill, a fridge and a double sink.


Sails:

Battened Mainsail
Furling genoa
Stackpack and lazy jacks


Instruments:

Furuno radar
Raymarine wind speed/direction
Log and depth sounder
Standard Horizon chart plotter with AIS
Windex
Standard Horizon VHF/DSC radio.


Electrical System:

12 volt with shore power. Aerogen wind generator.


Equipment:

Eberspacher heating
Aerogen wind generator
Seago Life raft(in date)
Warps and fenders
Spray hood and cockpit cover
Dan Buoy
2 x Horseshoe life buoys


Telephone

0800 6125162

or
07846 943356
07890 588206


All photos and details remain copyright of Partnership Yacht Brokers. Linking to or using them to facilitate a sale indicates acceptance of our terms of business - Please contact us if you wish to link to or use this resource for any reason.

These boats are no longer for sale and remain here solely as an information resource for those researching the boat types.

These photos should not be relied upon in the purchase of any boat of a similar type as enormous variations can occur between boats even of the same specification.