This 1987 Westerly Fulmar 32 (bilge keel version) is a very well maintained example of this popular (over 400 built) Ed Dubois design. Her inventory includes a (1998) Volvo 28hp diesel engine, mainsail with lazybag, furling genoa, cruising spinnaker with snuffer, sprayhood, six berths, radar, colour chart plotter, tiller-pilot and more!
GRP hull and deck with teak trim. Constructed to Lloyds H.C.C.
Externally bolted iron twin keels with spade rudder.
Bottom was cleaned off and epoxy coated in 2000 as a preventative anti osmosis treatment.
3/4 Rigged Kemp silver anodised mast with a single set of swept back spreaders.
Stainless steel standing rigging.
2008 Plastimo furling gear
Emergency Forestay with Highfield lever tensioner
Kemp solid kicker
Mainsail fully battened with cars and three reefs in good condition
Lazy bag and lazy jacks
Furling Genoa with a foam luff in good condition
Spinnaker in excellent condition
Cruising chute with snuffer in excellent condition
All lines are led aft to the cockpit via Spinlock clutches.
Main sheet track is aft of the helm with excellent purchase
Pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with two bow rollers
Manual anchor windlass with handle
35lb CQR anchor with 100ft. of galvanised chain and 100ft. of warp
Mooring lines and fenders.
4 x Mooring cleats
2 x Lewmar 42 Selftailing Genoa sheet winches
2 x Barlow 24 Spinnaker sheet winches
1 x Lewmar 32 Halyard winch
1 x Lewmar 16 winch
2 x Winch handles
Excellent storage room in the cockpit locker
Vented gas locker with two gas bottles
Headlining replaced in 2006/2006 with extra insulation
All berths have extra thick foam.
Eberspacher hot air heating (not working)
Two single berths in the forward cabin can convert to a double. Opening deck hatch with vent, hanging locker, two fixed coachroof ports, lateral shelves and plenty of storage space.
Heads is located aft of the forward cabin to port and comes complete with Brydon Par marine toilet, wash hand basin, fixed coachroof port, opening deck hatch and 60ltr holding tank with three way valve (diverter).
Hanging locker opposite to starboard.
Two settee berths in the saloon, central saloon table with folding leafs, bottle storage and fiddles. Port settee can convert to a double berth. Teak and holly sole, opening deck hatch and plenty of storage lockers.
U shaped Galley to starboard, with a "Flavel" two burner gas cooker, grill and oven, twin stainless steel sinks, fridge and loads of storage space.
Forward facing chart table to port with a navigator's seat. Quarter berth (double) aft of the navigator's seat with opening porthole into the cockpit.
The upholstery throughout is in good condition.
1 x 80Ah Sealed cell starting battery (2014).
2 x 110Ah Batteries for domestic
2 x 32 Watt semi-flexible Solar Panels.
220v Shore Power
Cetrek 20AH Battery Charger
Electric switch panel
Inverter 300W for laptop etc.
2 x Plastimo Bulkhead Compasses
Furuno 1621 Radar
Lorance GlobalMap 3500 GPS/Colour Chart Plotter with NASA Repeater in the cockpit
NASA Navtex (not working)
Stowe depth sounder
Stow Wind speed/angle (masthead unit requires attention)
Navico TP300 (Tiller-Pilot)
Icom IC-M501euro VHF,
4 x Person Seago liferaft (requires a service)
2 x Lifebuoys
Transom mounted stainless steel boarding/swim ladder
2 x Bilge pumps
2 x Fire Extinguishers
Splines reconditioned in 2003
2007 60AH Alternator with Sterling digital controller
2006 Volvo shaft seal
MCA Part 1 Registered
Engine hours are estimated to be about 1800hrs.
Set of manuals
"Legend of Madoc" has had light use since I purchased her in 2008. She has been wintered ashore every year and due to other commitments hasn't been afloat since the end of 2014.
This twin keeled Westerly Fulmar is well built and is a fine cruising yacht that is perfect for a couple or family. She is good overall but like any boat of this age needs a bit of t.l.c. here and there.