Well designed, seaworthy and sea kindly boat with classic good looks capable of taking going anywhere in safety and comfort. In fair winds the Westsail 32 can sail at 7 knots for days on end. In light ghosting airs she is a joy". Despite her large wetted surface and long keel, her high displacement actually creates momentum that enables her to coast through the lulls and makes maximum use of the puffs, unlike lighter boats that stall in lulls and have to make a standing start in puffs. She is also an easy boat to sail single handed.
Please Call Dave Schroeder 770.324.3888 or Bill Kelso 727.565.8866
Builder: Westsail Corp. (USA) Flag of Registry: United States Keel: Full Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 40 ft 0 in Beam: 11 ft 0 in LWL: 27 ft 6 in Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in Displacement: 19500 lbs Ballast: 7000 lbs Bridge Clearance: 49 ft 0 in Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Engine 1: Engine Brand: Yanmar Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Location: Center Engine Power: 35 HP.
Depthsounder Plotter VHF Compass GPS Log-speedometer
Storm jib Fully battened mainsail Furling genoa
Manual bilge pump Microwave oven Marine head Battery charger Hot water
Shore power inlet Electrical Circuit: 12V
Teak sidedecks Electric windlass
Number of cabins: 2 Number of heads:1, the head/wardrobe compartment is located aft of the V-berth, with an enclosed head, cabinet and sink to port and a hanging locker and a six-drawer wardrobe to starboard. A bulkhead separates this compartment from the main salon, which features facing port and starboard settees. The starboard settee pulls out to provide a generous single berth, while a drop-leaf dining table lowers from the bulkhead to port. Lockers and bookshelves are located outboard of and beneath these settees on both sides
The galley (details below) is located to port at rear of main cabin. The nav station, communications equipment, breaker panels, and a wet locker are opposite. The engine compartment occupies the aft portion of the boat below deck, containing the engine, fuel tank, batteries, engine heater, and portions of the HVAC system. The cockpit is located topside above the engine compartment. Finally, a lazarette, containing additional storage, is located astern topside.
Cabin headroom is 6’2” throughout. Cabin sole and joinery are of solid teak; overhead is cypress and naugahyde; cabin walls are teak and cypress. Due to the boat’s 11’ beam carried well forward and aft and displacement hull, there is plentiful storage everywhere.