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Westerly Fulmar 32 
1984 - £22,950 
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Westerly Fulmar - 1984 - £22,950 
A fin-keeled example of the popular and well respected Fulmar (this one with sheer legs too!), with lines by Ed Dubois, Westerly's build quality and sailing schools' undiminished respect for their sailing qualities. 
'Lucy Louise' has been in the current, local ownership since 1996 and was stationed in France for six years, offering comfortable accommodation over relatively long spells for her retired owners. As a result, her inventory includes many desirables such as refrigeration, heating, hot and cold water, 12V windlass, self-tailing winches and replacement cushions and so on. Her underwater sections were professionally epoxied while based in France, however since returning to the UK, she has been stored ashore during the winters. 
The vendors have now come to the decision to 'hang up the sailing boots', so this capable yacht is being sold with all her useful loose equipment, including the the inflatable tender and outboard engine and the balance of their mooring license in Plymouth (until October 2021) could be available by separate negotiation if required. 
It's fair to say that there's no doubt a new owner will choose to spend time and money 'freshening' her up again in commencing a new ownership, but 'Lucy Louise' represents a very good basis on which to do this. 
Please contact on 01752 228855 or email us for further details or to arrange a viewing 


Sails & Rigging 

Rigged as a 3/4-rigged fractional bermudan sloop, this particular Fulmar's spars are of the later Selden spars (badged as Kemp Masts of Titchfield). The standing rigging is reported to have been replaced in 2008 and a rod kicker fitted to lend support to the boom when reefing the mainsail. 
The mainsail's reefing pennants have been replaced with longer ropes and the boom modified to enable single-line reefing for the first and second reefs. In common with all Fulmars, the lines are led back to the cockpit. 
A 'Stack-Pack style of mainsail cover, with lazyjacks is approximately 2 years old and assists in the handling of the mainsail. 
The roller reefing genoa is fitted on a Furlex roller reefing system that replaces the original Rotostay. 
A telescopic whisker/steadying pole is carried in guard-wire mounted stowage. 
Mainsail; three slab reefs. 
Roller-reefing genoa. 
Storm Jib. 
Cruising Chute. 
Mechanical and electrical systems 
Navigation Equipment 
Deck Equipment 
Safety Equipment 


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