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Westerly Fulmar 32 - Fin Keel 
1987 - £24,500 
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Westerly Fulmar - 1987 - £24,500 
A fin-keeled, and relatively late example of the popular and well respected Fulmar 32, with a replacement engine, re-lined interior and recently replaced standing rigging. The headsail sheet winches are self-tailing and the cockpit’s surfaces have been professionally re-finished, including the cockpit gratings that appear to have been re-furbished and re-glued as necessary and the locker lid to have been re-hinged on stainless steel hinges. 
'Petronella' has only had three ownerships and even then, the current owner actually bought her from the son of the 1st owner! That was in 2018. 
Fitted with a modern Volvo Penta D1-20 20HP EVC Diesel engine in April 2008 and only 1018 hrs are currently recorded. 
The underwater surfaces of the hull have been ‘Coppercoated’. 
The hull’s lines were drawn by Ed Dubois which, when combined with Westerly's build quality and sailing schools' undiminished respect for the Fulmar’s sailing qualities, makes for a very worthy and satisfying family cruising yacht. 
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Being of 1987 vintage, the joinery within 'Petronella' is of the lighter 'honey'-coloured teak-faced plywood with hardwood cappings, head-linings have been replaced since new and are of foam-backed vinyl. Headroom of some 6' 1" at the base of the companionway steps. 
All berths are 6' 3" long with those in the saloon, straight and parallel to the centreline and provided with lee boards - thereby making excellent sea berths. This example was fitted with Westerly’s ‘Sage Green Velvet’ cushions and has toning curtains to all windows. 
From forward: 
The for'cabin offers a conventional double 'V'-berth with stowage beneath and shelves both sides. Even when the infill cushion is fitted, there remains standing room to change clothes abaft the head of the berth. With a dedicated hanging locker in the cabin in addition to the more communal locker opposite the heads compartment. The overhead hatch’s lens has been replaced. 
The heads' compartment is forward and to port of the centreline, with the optional overhead deck hatch having been fitted for greater light and ventilation. A Jabsco marine flushing toilet is fitted. 
The saloon settees convert to sleeping berths utilising the space beneath the side locker units to increase width - right to the side of the hull and the settee backs provide leeboards. The port side settee converts to a double berth for harbour use and there is good daytime stowage for pillows/blankets/duvets behind the backrests in addition to the space beneath. Three closed lockers and a deep fiddled shelves over are provided to either side above the berths. The double-leafed table is a wonderful feature of the Fulmar's interior; genuinely big enough to accommodate six diners and securely mounted to the hull structure to offer secure support/handhold to crew in a seaway. A bblkhead-mounted clock and barometer are fitted. The four fixed acrylic windows are notably clearer of crazing than the majority of this Fulmar’s peers. 
The Navigation Station is to port and enjoys a dedicated seat rather than relying upon the head of the quarter-berth. The forward-facing chart table, with chart storage under, will accommodate a folded Admiralty chart and is supported by a 3-drawer plinth. 
Aft of the Nav. Station there is a very generous quarter-berth that is 3' 10" wide at its head, with deep fiddled stowage shelf to the hull side. 
The "L"-shaped galley, to starboard at the base of the companionway, offers a large inset stainless steel sink with foot-pumped cold water supply. A gimballed, Flavell Vanessa gas cooker offering a hob with two burners, grill and oven is fitted beneath a ‘draw-over’ fiddled work surface for use when the cooker is not in use. There is excellent stowage, with cut-outs in the aft bulkhead for crockery, a cutlery drawer and a locker under the sink, and an additional locker within the forward work surfaces peninsular with two deeply fiddled shelves within. A crockery set for four, plus four mugs shall be left with the boat. 
Sails & Rigging 
Mechanical and electrical systems 
Navigation Equipment 
Deck Equipment 
Safety Equipment 


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