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Westerly Storm 33  
1987 - £32,450 
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Sorry, this yacht is no longer available as it has now been SOLD by The Barbican Yacht Agency 
Do you have a similar yacht for sale? If so we are always seeking quality cruising yachts for active buyers, especially if based in the West Country. 
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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Westerly Storm 33 - New Listing - £32,450 
The Westerly Storm 33 design needs little introduction - These popular family cruisers are renowned for their exciting but easily managed performance. The interior layout is in the modern style with two double sleeping cabins separate from the saloon, with the heads aft. 
Launched to be a challenger to the highly successful Sigma 33 class, the design brief to designer Ed Dubois was for a boat capable of performing at regattas while providing comfortable accommodation below for a crew of up to 7. The boat excelled at all requirements of the brief and has proved a very popular, safe and predictable cruising yacht ever since. 
This well-presented example has been upgraded in recent years, and the inventory highlights include: 
Volvo Penta D1-20 engine (New in 2009) with only 688 hours run since 
Full professional preventative osmosis treatment in 2011 
Mast re-wired with new LED nav lights (2019) 
New Shaft seal & cutlass bearing (2019) 
New Batteries (2019) 
Please contact on 01752 228855 or email us for further details or to arrange a viewing 


Sails & Rigging 

A Bermudan sloop on aluminium alloy spars by Selden and badged as Kemp spars, fitted with a replacement Harken Mk IV roller reefing system on the for'stay. Lazy jacks and 'Stack-Pack' sail cover are fitted to assist in the gathering of the mainsail on the main boom. 
The standing rigging was reported to have been replaced in winter 2007/8 (although no documentary evidence is held by the current owner) and the Harken MK IV roller reefing appears to date from this time too. 
A telescopic spinnaker pole is stowed in deck stowage to port side of the for'deck. 
The mast has been re-wired in 2018 and the original tri-colour and all round white masthead lights replaced with a modern LED unit by Aquasignal, while an LED replaces the filament bulb in the original, mast-mounted steaming light. 
The main working sails have been replaced in recent years and the sail wardrobe comprises of: 
Mainsail, with three slab reefs by Sanders Sails of Lymington, 
Roller reefing Genoa by Sanders Sails of Lymington reported to be approx. 7 years old. 
'Working'/heavy-weather Jib, beleived to be by Sanders Sails, but this is yet to be confirmed. 
Conventional, symmetric spinnaker. 
Mechanical and electrical systems 
Navigation Equipment 
Deck & Safety Equipment 
History & Construction 


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