East Yorkshire UK
Westerly Storm 33 OOD - New Listing
The Westerly Storm 33 OOD design needs little introduction - These much sought after cruiser/racers 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:
Cockpit seat decking replaced 2021 professionally with composite
Very recent BETA 25 engine with only 700 hours run since.
Standing rigging replaced 2021
Folding Prop fitted 2022
New VOLVO Shaft seal (2021)
3 New Batteries (2021)
Battery wiring, specialized charging system with monitor to all batteries, solar panel charging all installed 2021.
Ac mains all over professionally install
Has 2 diesel tanks with the extra stainless one fitted in 2021 for extra cruising distance, original tank has been replaced with plastic.
2 water tanks one in forepeak, one in aft cabin.
Fridge with compressor ect.
Diesel heater has been removed at some stage, but much of the pipework is left in for an easy install.
Any questions a pleasure.
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Vessel name: CRACKER
Designer: Ed Dubois
Builder: Westerly Marine
Model: Storm OOD
No. of engines: 1
Engine model: Beta Marine 25hp
Engine power: 25
Engine hours: 700
Fuel type: Diesel
Drive type: Shaft drive
Nominal length: 33'
Length over all: 33' 2"
Length at waterline: 27'
Beam: 11' 6"
Maximum draft: 5' 6"
Hull material: Glass Fibre
Hull type: Monohull
Keel type: Fin Keel
Displacement: 5130 kg
Fuel capacity: 80 Litres
Water capacity: 300 Litres
Fitted out in teak-faced plywood and hardwood cappings throughout, the Storm 33 One Design accommodation was shared with the 'Cruiser' version's interior, but the deck fittings specification that was far better and of-course, with the fin keel and taller mast the sailing performance is significantly better. She offers a maximum 'seven' berths in three cabins.
Forward cabin: A double berth, without re-course to having to infill the berth, there is room to stand abaft the berth for access to a hanging locker to starboard and a wash basin to port.. Deep storage shelves to hull sides. Light and ventilation provided by an opening for'hatch over.
Main Saloon: A U-shaped dinette arrangement to port of the centre-line mounted table can be converted to provide a double berth, while a straight single berth faces the table from the starboard side. A factory-fitted hatch over the table is fitted to this particular Storm 33. All cushions incorporate their supporting panels to enhance access to the lined storage lockers beneath the seating and the cave lockers located behind the back rest cushions are also individually lined. closed lockers on each side with open shelf over.
Nav Area: A forward-facing, independent chart table is located to starboard with a dedicated nav. seat and provision for instrumentation outboard of the navigator an opening portlight over mirrors another located above the galley for good cross-ventilation.
A half-height hanging locker, located aft of the chart table's seat is provided with a plastic, draining base to accommodate wet 'oilies'.
Galley: L-shaped and located to port of the companionway (to be on the downhill side if hove to on starboard tack), the galley has been fitted with a replacement gas cooker with oven and grill with flame failure devices to both burners. A top-opening refrigerator is located between cooker and the twin sinks
Aft Cabin: Located to port side, the aft cabin's double berth extends across the centre-line behind the engine space, with hanging locker and one portlights for light and ventilation. The outboard/hull side vinyl linings appear to have been replaced, while the inboard side of the cabin have probably been re-glued.
Heads Compartment: Jabsco Sea toilet. Moulded basin
White GRP hull with blue styling line. Cast iron external fin keel, semi-balanced spade rudder with tiller steering. Apparently all Westerlys where made with a double gel coat.
White GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit. Mid-Blue non-slip painted side decks & coachroof. Teak cockpit seating professionally replaced 2021
All winches as original supplied
Spinlock rope clutches, all serviced and parts replaced 2021
Mooring ropes and fenders.
Miscellaneous spare fuel containers.
Recent Lowrance radio with AIS display function
Depth, speed, wind, VMG instruments,
Re-fitted with a Beta 25 , indirectly cooled, three cylinder diesel.
This engine has only covered 700 hours from new.
The engine drives a 17 x 12 folding propellor through a conventional stainless steel propeller shaft. New Volvo seal fitted 2021
A three battery system has been upgraded with two 110 A/hr batteries fitted in April 2019 and located beneath the Navigator's seat.
Charging is by engine-driven alternator (with a multi ribbed Poly-V Belt) and a hatch garage-mounted P.V.(solar) panel (New in 2020) for trickle charge maintenance of the batteries while the vessel is on a mooring.
A 220-240V AC shore power support system is fitted, with RCD and consumer distribution box fitted within the cockpit locker, and 13 Amp sockets fitted at galley and in the main saloon.
Stirling Power Aquanautic 15Ah shore powered Battery Charger
Fuel Tank: Stainless steel extra tank 70 litre fitted 2021 to compliment the plastic 62 litre existing, giving a total capacity of 132 litres for extended cruising, located within the cockpit locker, fitted with change over vales.
Freshwater: Two stainless steel tanks are fitted, with one tank forward and the other beneath the aft berth, total capacity 65 Imp.gallons (approx. 300 litres).
Sails, spars & canvasses
A Bermudan sloop on aluminium alloy spars, fitted with a furlex 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. Pack was re stitched with new zip 2022
Large folding spray hood allowing winching when hoisted. Stitching renewed 2022.
The standing rigging was replaced in 2021.
A spinnaker pole is stowed in deck stowage to Starboard side of the for'deck.
Mainsail, with three slab reefs
Roller reefing 150% Genoa
Has extra Staysail with sail
Fire blanket and several dry powder fire extinguisher.
Pair of webbing jackstays.
Seago rescue harness and recovery line.
Manual bilge pump.
A General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as Liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
SALE SUBJECT TO CONTRACT
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta 25|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||10.11m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.