1981 Westerly Discus 33 for Sale

£19,950 tax paid

General Information

Make and Model Westerly Discus 33
Year 1981
Name "Discus Dancer "
Length Overall 33.25 feet (10.13 m)
Beam 11.2 feet (3.41 m)
Draft 4.4 feet (1.34 m)
Displacement 6,863 kilograms

Hull Fibreglass
Engine(s) MERCEDES OM636
Engine Power 42 hp
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Tank Capacity 159 litres
Water Tank Capacity 204
Heads 1
Location Hamble, United Kingdom

Overview

'Discus Dancer' is a very well present and updated Westerly Discus 33 bridgehead. With her more modern style single sloop rig and comfortable large aft cabin, she is a comfortable practical sailing yacht.  She boasts strong inventory, including a wind generator, radar, hot and cold/ water. AVAILABLE ON THE HARD STANDING, 7 DAYS A WEEK - WHYBOATS

Construction

WESTERLY DISCUS BUILT IN 1981
Spacious cruiser built by Westerly Yachts

CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull and superstructure
GRP deck with treadmaster
Bilge keels
Wheel steering
All seacocks have been replaced (2010) – the latest with grease nipples in the heads (2011)

DIMENSIONS
L.O.A. 10.92m (33' 3")
LWL 8.66m (28' 5")
BEAM 3.40m (11' 2")
DRAFT 1.44m (4' 4")
DISPLACEMENT 6863kg
All figures approximate

Mechanical and Electricals

MERCEDES OM636 42HP DIESEL ENGINE
Shaft drive to three bladed propeller
Stripper rope cutter
Engine spares
Cutlass bearing replaced in 2016

ELECTRICS
Three 12 volt batteries -
Charged by alternator and 240v Shore power
Sterling battery charger
Shore power and cable
Aerogen 2 wind generator – blades need replacing

TANKAGE
One 159 litres approx. (35 gallon) fuel tank
One 204 litres approx. (45 gallon) freshwater tank
All figures approximate

WATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot & cold water system
Howden XS999 to provide hot water when on mains to all three hot water taps. Also heated by the engine when running

HEATING
Webasto Airtop 3500 heating with 3 outlets 2001

Accommodation

SLEEPS SEVEN IN THREE CABINS
3 doubles and one single including aft cabin
Beige upholstery
Teak interior
Original headlining has been replaced by Bernie Meret and is in panelled sections throughout

FORWARD CABIN
2 single berths with an infill to convert to a double berth
Wardrobe
Shelves
Opening hatch
2 x opening ports

HEADS
Marine W.C
Hand basin
Shower
Hot & cold water
Cupboards

SALOON
Wardrobe
Single berth to starboard
Single berth to port which converts to a double berth
Table
Opening port
Side windows
Storage cupboards
Shelves

GALLEY
Eastam Maxol BG21 two burner gas cooker with oven and grill
Stainless steel sink with hot & cold pressurised water
Cupboards
Shelve
Draw
Storage bin

NAVIGATION AREA
Forward facing chart table with seat
Electrical panel
Instrumentation
Shelve
Draws

AFT CABIN
Double berth to starboard
Hanging locker
Hanging locker with shelves
Pull down sink
Seating

Rig

Sloop Rig
Aluminium mast and spars
Tab Inmast mainsail reefing
Standing rigging and running rigging replaced by XW Rigging in 2009 at a cost of nearly £2,000
Rotostay furling headsail
Gypomatic (Enabling spinnaker pole to be gybed from cockpit)

SAILS
Ratsy & Lapthorn mainsail - 1981
Ratsy & Lapthorn genoa - 1981
Spare mainsail unused

WINCHES
2 x Lewmar ST42 genoa sheet winches
2 x Lewmar 16 coachroof winches

Navigational Equipment

Chart table:
Target Navtex Pro Plus - 1999
Autohelm Navcenter 600 chart plotter - 1999
VHF - 1981
Autohelm 5000 autopilot including wind vane - 1981
Garmin GPS 128 - 1999

Cockpit:
Plastimo Compass 1981
Autohelm ST50 Navdata 1999
Autohelm ST50 Wind 1999
Autohelm ST50 Compass 1999
Autohelm ST50 Speed 1999
Autohelm ST50 Depth 1999
Raytheon Pathfinder RL70 radar 1999

Deck Equipment

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
One bilge pump
Guardwires, pulpit and pushpit
Sprayhood by Master Covers Port Solent 2012
Dodgers by Master Covers Port Solent 2012
Continental style boarding platform at rear and can be used for ladder at the sea for swimming off or stepping into a dinghy
Boarding ladder
Warps and fenders

GROUND TACKLE
Anchor with chain
Spare anchor
Manual windlass

Safety Equipment

2 x lifebuoys
Plastimo danbuoy

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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