Lying: Argyll, United Kingdom
|New or Used||Used|
|Lying||Argyll, United Kingdom|
|Hull Construction||GRP hull with external ballast keel|
|Keel Type||Fin Keel|
|Engine||Beta Marine 50, 50hp @ 2800rpm. Installed new 2017. 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled. RCD 2 exhaust emissions compliant. ZF25A, hydraulic down angle gearbox.|
|Drinking Water Capacity||500l|
When introduced in 1983 the Sealord was the largest yacht in the Westerly range. Designed by Ed Dubois she was the queen of the Westerly fleet. With a production run between 1983 to 1987 only around 42 were built over the four year period. Constructed in the normal robust Westerly fashion they quickly proved themselves as capable offshore, centre cockpit cruising yachts.
A much-loved example the current owners have enjoyed cruising Tighmara in the Mediterranian, France and Scotland. Finding the boat to be safe and realiable no matter the conditions. With a recently installed Beta engine and epoxied hull she offers a great base for somebody willing to invest some TLC.
Wintering afloat in Argyll and available for viewing by appointment.
"Westerly should be justly proud of their flagship. Ed Dubois has combined good performance and handling with a large volume interior-and without the latter being too obvious from the outside. Westerly have used the space sensibly and with considerable thought for the owner. Overall, we regard the Sealord as an extremely effective performance cruising boat".
Yachting World, May 1983
WHAT THE BUILDERS SAID
"Proudly the flagship of our fleet. A true blue-water, ocean-going yacht. Accommodation below for up to ten people. Two cabins with en suite heads and shower. All the space and luxury you would expect from a yacht of this size".
Westerly Yachts Boat Brochure
"She was Westerly's boat-show display yacht in 1984/85. First launched in 1985 she spent the first two years of her life in the Solent. She was then sold to a Scottish customer who kept her for over ten years before I purchased in 1998. As an RYA examiner, I operated her as a school boat for the first 4 years, then liveaboard for the next 5 years in the Red Sea, Canaries and Greece. Coming back to the UK I have cruised the west coast of Scotland since 2012".
Westerly yachts have gained a reputation for being solidly built and standing the test of time. Each boat built to Lloyd's specification.
Single piece GRP laminate hull
Bolt on iron ballast keel
Partially balanced spade rudder
Teak rubbing strake.
External finish in original white gelcoat with blue gelcoat sheerband.
Below water hull professionally epoxy coated in 2002.
Single piece GRP moulded deck and coachroof with an integral self-draining cockpit.
Sandwich construction with end grain balsa core.
Teak grabrails on top of coachroof
Traditional laid teak decks.
SPARS AND RIGGING
The standard standing and running rigging on the Sealord offered one of the strongest material specifications from Westerly, designed to allow ease of handling under either sloop or ketch configurations. All halyards and slab reefing lines are lead back to the centre cockpit and its large powerful winches.
Masthead sloop rig.
Anodised alloy mast and spars, manufactured by Kemp Spars.
Standing rigging of 1x189 stainless steel wire.
Furlex roller reefing system on forestay.
Additional inner forestay.
Block & tackle kicker led back to cockpit.
Halyard and reefing lines lead aft to cockpit.
Mainsail - White Dacron. Fully battened with 3 slab reefs. Kemp Sails (2002)
Genoa - White Dacron. Blue UV strip. Kemp Sails (2002).
Asymmetric Spinnaker - Hood (1995).
Primary Winches - x2 Lewmar 32 two-speed, self-tailing.
Secondary Winches - x2 Lewmar 23 single-speed, self-tailing
Halyard Winches - x2 Lewmar 4.5 twp-speed, self-tailing (new 2010).
Rope Clutches - 10 in total on coachroof.
MOORING AND GROUND TACKLE
Main Anchor - Bruce, 50m chain
Kedge Anchor - Bruce, 25m chain & 30m warp
Spare Anchors - Brittany & CQR
Spare Rode - 30m chain & 30m warp
Electric Windlass - Simpson Lawrence Seawolf with bow controller
Boathook & mooring aid included
Fenders - Selection
Mooring Warps – Selection
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails
Alloy stanchions with two stainless steel guard wires running the length of the deck.
Laid teak decks on side deck, coachroof and in cockpit.
Teak toerails running length of deck outboard.
Twin stemhead rollers
Electric anchor windlass mounted centrally on foredeck.
Alloy foredeck, midships and aft cleats.
Teak grab rails on coachroof forward and aft of the cockpit.
Halyards, reefing and kicker lines lead aft along the port side of coachroof.
Cockpit seating finished with laid teak panels
Linear cockpit seating with short bridge deck forward and thwart ships seat aft of wheel.
Mainsheet running across aft section of coachroof.
Moulded, self-draining gas locker.
A short section of coachroof extending aft of the cockpit.
Split pushpit rail with wire gate to access transom ladder and compact swim platform.
Wind - Raymarine ST60
Depth / Speed / Log - Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Depth - Echo Pilot Gold. Forward-looking sonar.
GPS - Garmin 128
Plotter - Lenovo tablet computer with Marine Navigator charting software
Autohelm - Raymarine wheel-pilot
VHF Radio - Navman DSC VHF
Compass - Fixed on binnacle+ two hand-bearing units
Battery Monitor - Clipper BM1
Fresh Water System - Fully pressurised hot and cold water system. Faucets in galley and both heads, including shower faucets in heads. 500ltr capacity water tank. Hot water provide via engine heated calorifier with 240v immersion heater.
Galley Stove - Plastimo Neptune 2000 two-burner, grill & oven
Fridge - Top loading, beneath galley worktop. Frigoboat compressor.
Shore Power - Hardwired 240v system with RCD protection.
Heads - x2 Blakes Lavac Taylor manual marine toilets. Both discharging overboard or via holding tank.
Holding Tanks - Single 80ltr capacity tanks. Discharge via deck suction or overboard.
Stereo - JVC CD & FM Radio
Heating - Eberspacher system fitted, not currently functioning.
Below decks the Sealord is a tribute to Westerly's fine craftsmanship. With a design complement of up to 10 people, there is lots of usable space below with privacy in-mind. The layout is ideal for two couples to sleep at opposite ends of the boat in self-contained accommodation but could also take a large party.
The high-quality materials and robust finish of the joinery work below decks has weathered well. Joinery and bulkheads constructed of teak veneered plywood with soild teak trims, finished in a satin varnish. Soles in the traditional teak and holly strip planking style.
Forecabin -Two single berths in the traditional V-berth layout. Infill section provided to create a double berth when required. Shelves above bunk outboard running full length of the berths, bin storage lockers beneath bunks. Hanging locker aft of bunks to starboard. Light and ventilation provided from opening deck hatch.
Forward Heads -Dedicated compartment located on the port side with locking door. The base of compartment finished in single piece GRP moulding incorporating mounting plinth for toilet, sole, countertop and moulded wash hand basin. Teak grating fitted to finish sole. Compartment appointed with manual marine toilet, sink, water faucet and vanity unit.
Saloon -The main saloon occupies the full width of the yachts 13' 2" beam. Centrally mounted, drop leaf saloon table with bottle storage below the central part of the table. The starboard saloon berth converts to a double. The port side has two comfortable inward-facing lounge chairs and the whole crew can fit around either side of the large saloon table.
Chart Table -Behind the saloon, the chart table is to port and takes a half Admiralty chart with room to spare, has drawers underneath and shelves and lockers above. There is plenty of room for all the navigator's manuals, instruments and equipment. Aft of the navigator's station on the port side there is a walk-through to the aft cabin.
Galley -To starboard there is a huge U-shaped galley with twin sinks, work surfaces, a large refrigerated ice box and a cooker with oven and grill. Underneath the sink and work surfaces there are lockers with shelves large enough to take pots and pans and other bulky items. Behind the cooker there is a sliding front food store in addition to fitted cup & plate racks. The galley is designed to be used efficiently both in harbour and at sea.
Walkthrough -In this walkthrough, there are two pullman berths, one permanent and one above, with lee-cloths, Good comfortable sea berths. This also provides excellent additional storage area.
Aft Cabin -The aft cabin is a master stateroom. It has two berths, one of which converts to a double for use in harbour, its own heads with hot & cold water to the shower and basin. The double berth is to starboard and the seating area to port can also be used as a single berth. There are two full-length hanging lockers, lockers above the berths and across the stern areas.
Aft Heads -Dedicated compartment located to starboard side with locking door. The base of compartment finished in single piece GRP moulding incorporating mounting plinth for toilet, sole, countertop and moulded wash hand basin. Basin and vanity unit located outboard. Teak grating fitted to finish sole. Compartment appointed with manual marine toilet, sink, water faucet and vanity unit.
EPIRB - McMurdo
Liferaft - 6 person canister (OOD)
Lifering / Lifebuoy - x2 (with lights)
The engine space is located beneath the cockpit sole. A large access panel on in the port bulkhead provides access from the passageway to the aft cabin. Additional access is provided from with the starboard cockpit locker and beneath companionway steps.
Beta Marine 50, 50hp @ 2800rpm. Installed 2017.
4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled.
RCD 2 exhaust emissions compliant.
ZF25A, hydraulic down angle gearbox.
Conventional shaft type sterngear, stainless steel shaft.
VP Dripless sterngland seal.
Bronze, fixed, 3 blade prop.
170ltr capacity fuel tank.
Ships batteries are charged from the engine driven alternator.
Engine Bank - 1x 100Ah. 12v. Lead Acid. (2014)
Domestic Bank - 2x 140Ah. 12v Lead Acid. (2012)
Whitlock steering pedestal.
Cable-driven steering to quadrant.
Emergency steering system aboard.
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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