Designed by Ed Dubois and built by Westerly Yachts in 1987. YF45 The Westerly Storm 33 OOD is a fin keel, aft cockpit performance cruising yacht. Modern layout with forward and aft cabins, spacious saloon, good chart table, galley and aft heads.
In present ownership since 1999 & wintered ashore each year.
White GRP hull with blue styling line. Cast iron external fin keel, semi-balanced spade rudder with tiller steering. Underwater surfaces epoxied by Fox’s Marina - 1999
White GRP deck, superstructure and draining aft cockpit. Grey non-slip painted side decks & coachroof. Teak laid cockpit seats. Teak cockpit sole grating. Cream GRP internal moulding, teak internal joinery.
Volvo 2002 18hp twin cylinder diesel engine, flexibly mounted. Seawater cooling. Electric start, single lever control. Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven two bladed fixed propeller. Replacement gearbox 2001. 2 front engine feet replaced 2011. Disc rope cutter.
Fuel: 80 litres in stainless steel tank
Freshwater: 180 litres in two stainless tanks
12 volt system – 3 x 12v domestic & 1 x engine start batteries – all new 2015. Charging by engine driven alternator. 12v internal lighting throughout. Navigation lights including bow, stern, steaming, deck and masthead Tri-white lights. Air Marine wind generator. 220v shore power system – European sockets below. Battery charger.
Masthead sloop rig. Kemp silver alloy deck stepped double spreader mast and slab reefing boom, spinnaker pole. Stainless Steel standing rigging replaced 2007 with split backstay. Harken twin groove headsail furling system. Terylene running rigging, including spinnaker gear, led back to cockpit with 10 x Spinlock clutches.
2 x Barlow 27 two-speed Genoa winches
2 x Barlow 25 two-speed halyard winches
Mainsail – Dacron by S2
No 1 Genoa – Tri-radial Mylar by S2
2 x No 2 Genoa's - Gowan Ocean
Solent Jib - by Neil Pryde
Original mainsail, No 1 Genoa, No 2 Genoa, Working Jib, Storm Jib
Beige mainsail cover
2 x Plastimo Contest bulkhead compasses
Raymarine ST60 Tri-data combined speed & depth
Raymarine ST60 multi repeater
Raytheon R10X radar
Autohelm 4000 tiller pilot (interfaced to Tri-Data and u/s GPS)
Sailor VHF radio – non DSC
Gas installation completely updated 2005 to BS5482 P3
Seven berths in three cabins.
Carpets to cabins, curtains. Patterned fabric upholstery to saloon
Stereo radio/CD player.
Webasto diesel fired warn air cabin heating – 2 outlets
Manual cold water supply to galley, heads & forecabin
Clock & Barometer
Forecabin – V Berth with storage under berth, washbasin with manual cold fresh water. Hanging locker. Headliners replaced 2014.
Saloon – U shaped seating to port (makes double berth) and settee berth to stbd, lee cloths – lockers outboard and storage under berths. Drop leaf central table.
Chart table to starboard with seat and storage, wet locker behind.
Heads – GRP moulded compartment aft to stbd with washbasin & sea toilet, storage.
Galley – to port with Plastimo 2000 two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven & grill. Two s/s sinks with cold water supply. Top opening 12v refrigerated coolbox - Coolmatic.
Aft cabin to port with double berth and hanging locker. Head lining currently removed, replacement in progress.
Wide side decks and large aft cockpit with sugar scoop transom
S/s pulpit, pushpit, alloy stanchions & guardwires
Double bow roller
35lb CQR anchor & approx 40mtrs chain.
SL Anchorman manual anchor windlass
Bow, stern, spring mooring cleats
Beige folding sprayhood (2013) with s/s grabrail
Folding stern boarding ladder
S/s wind generator post
Mooring warps & fenders
BFA 4 person liferaft (requires service)
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light
2 x manual bilge pumps
3 x fire extinguishers (date not guaranteed)
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information enclosed and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.