Mimosart is a rare factory finished Westsail 28 Cutter that was built in 1977 with most of the options that were available including a beautiful full teak deck. She is Canadian registered and well documented. Mimosart was upgraded and retrofitted to virtually new condition in 1999 and 2009, including engine, new dodger and electronic upgrade, bowsprit, boomkin, mast, boom, and standing rigging (9/32 SS Wire). The awlgrip on the hull and deck house was redone in 1999, the cabin top fiberglass/gelcoat was redone in 2010 and the bottom was epoxy barrier coated in 2003. Since new, she has been maintained and enhanced by a very knowledgeable yachtsmen to keep her in excellent condition and service.
For further information or to make an appointment to view this vessel, please contact either Grant or Pat Bowlby at Harris & Ellis' Gananoque Office at 613-659-3344 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Grant and Pat Bowlby, CPYB at 613-659-3344
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Westsail Corporation (USA)
Designer: Herb David
Flag of Registry: Canada
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 28 ft 3 in
Beam: 9 ft 7 in
LWL: 23 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 4 in
Displacement: 13500 lbs
Ballast: 4200 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 0 in
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Factory finished Westsail 28 interior layout.
Anchor chain and rode most forward, next aft is forward stateroom with V berth, storage under V bunks, and with four high drawers for clothing or equipment.
Next aft enclosed head to starboard and storage closet to port.
Next aft main salon with U configured settee to starboard with cushions reupholstered (2009). Refrigerator/ freezer under settee bench with gage.
Settee table can be placed down to form a large double berth.
To port is the galley with SS sink and gimballed two burner LP gas stove.
Aft to port is a chart table and navigation station with a single 7-foot bunk.
There are teak companionway steps and a teak cabinet door to engine room.
Engine is located below the removable cockpit floor so full access to engine is provided.
Entire interior has been refinished, and the interior of all lockers repainted.
Teak and holly cabin sole with four floor panels giving full access to the bilge.
Eight bronze port lights with screens
Deck and Hull
New dodger (2009)
The vessel's topside and hull were painted with Awlgrip 1999
Stainless steel box bowsprit and teak platform 1996
Single rail bow pulpit with dip
Stainless steel boomkin with pulpit and hoop over tiller
Stainless boom gallows with teak bar
Teak main sliding hatch
Teak forward hatch with plexiglass center
All exterior teak stripped and refinished bright
Epoxy barrier coating applied to bottom of vessel below the waterline
Seaward 2-burner propane gimballed stove, fed from two 5 lb. tanks mounted in teak box on the foredeck (installation in accordance with ABYC Standards)
Deck mounted solenoid gas shutoff & bilge sensor and alarm
Adler Barbour 12V Cold Machine refrigeration
Yanmar 3GM30F (360hrs), 27 HP, fresh water cooled marine diesel engine (360 HOURS), Yanmar KM3P gearbox with 2.61 ratio
Propeller -16 RH 11, 3-blade,
1“ SS Shaft
Exhaust - Vetus LP45R water injected muffler, valve at exhaust thru-hull
Analog instrumentation -tachometer, fuel gage & engine hour meter
Fuel tank 25 gallons
Hot/Cold pressure water to galley & head
2½ gallon hot water heated either by engine heat exchanger or shore power
Water tank 70 gallons
Cartridge type water filter at new automatic pump outlet
Pressure surge tank
Groco bronze seacocks with rubber cones - all serviced annually
5 bilge pumps - electrical RULE 500 gph wired to automatic switch, RULE 1500 gph wired to manual switch, RULE 3700 gph wired to automatic switch (fail safe for off shore sailing), manual Whale Gusher 10 hand pump, plus engine driven bilge pump with Groco safety seacock conversion
Shore power system is 120 volt, 30 amp feed, wiring and 4 circuit distribution panel
Battery charger 12 volt system (new 2009)
2 new two house batteries 6 volt (350A) and (1) new cranking battery (600A)
State of charge indicated on analog panel gauge
12 volt wiring and 18 circuit switch indicator panel located in nav station.
The 12 volt system is isolated from the lightning and radar antenna ground plate.
The positive feed is thru a single post terminal and all grounds are run thru a ground buss tied to the negative battery terminal.
Engine ground is for starting and alternator charging current only.
Low current (.02 amp) LED's located at the nav station are used to indicate any live circuits.
Two 15 watt solar panels mounted as top surface of teak deck box
Lightning ground system connecting stanchions, mast and standing rigging to the Dynaplate.
System includes a masthead static dissipater.
Silva Nexus network - knot/log, depth, water temp. multi-function displays in cockpit and nav station
Tiller Autopilot - Simrad TP 32 (2009)
GPS Standard Horizon CPF300 (2009)
VHF Standard horizon GX 3000S with DSC (2009)
Ritchie BN202 compass
Furuno 1621, 8-nm range radar
System includes macerator, large smell-proof aluminium custom-built holding tank (40 gal) with electric gauge PAR 29 series manual flush, converted to electrical flush head with PAR 29100 kit (manual conversion parts included)
Running rigging (2004) with internal halyards, all lines run to cockpit, single line reefing run to cockpit
New boom vang
Spectra running backstays with Garhauer 6:1 purchase, new in 2004
S.S. bow and stern pulpits and new box stainless steel bowsprit
Full batten main with double jiffy reefing system to cockpit
Profurl roller furling Yankee
Profurl roller furling new staysail
Working sails are in excellent condition and have been maintained on a three-year rotating cleaning and recondition maintenance schedule.
Two anchors: one 35# CQR plow anchor on 25-ft 5/16" chain and 400-ft 1/2" 3-strand twist nylon and one Fortress F7 on 50-ft chain and 300 ft. line
Manual anchor windlass (rebuilt 2010)
Cape Horn self-steering windvane (like new)
New winter custom-built cover Top Shop 2009
New inflatable dinghy (Aquasens 2010)
Custom built full cradle
Stainless steel boarding ladder mounted on port side of vessel
Yanmar oil filters
Dorade boxes for ventilation
Three fire extinguishers
Many spare parts
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.