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- US$ 115,000
Built in 1977 by the Westsail Corporation of Costa Mesa, California, this Westsail Cutter rigged 43 is a diesel sailing auxiliary. The Westsail 43 was originally designed and modified by William Crealock, into a rugged coastwise and offshore cruising vessel for and built by the Westsail Corporation of Costa Mesa, California USA.
The WESTSAIL 43 is a traditionally designed vessel with bow sprit/anchor platform, spooned bow, high bulwarks, well defined rising sheer and canoe stern.
Aloha! We look forward to working with you and helping make your dreams come true.
There were 65 Westsail 43's built by Westsail Corporation of Costa Mesa, CA between 1976 and 1979
Please contact John Dukesherer at 808-528-(BOAT) 2628
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Westsail Corporation USA
Designer: William Crealock
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
MANUFACTURER : BETA (KUBOTA)
FUEL TYPE : Diesel
MODEL NUMBER # : 50HE
SERIAL NO.# : 8N3825
YEAR MANUFACTURER : 2009
HORSEPOWER : 50 hp (Brake) at 3400rpm
HORSEPOWER : 45 hp ( Shaft -estimated)
ENGINE HOURS : 1,931.8 hours
CYLINDERS : Four
COOLING : Fresh water
GEAR BOX : ZF HURTH, ZF 15 MIV
SERIAL NUMBER : 25559
REDUCTION : 2.13:1
SHAFTING : 1.25” inch Stainless steel (Aqua Met)
PROPELLER : 3 blade feathering Max Prop (18-22)
INSTRUMENTATION : Tach, Temp, Hour meter , Oil Pressure,volt
POWER TYPE : AC/DC
ALTERNATING CURRENT : 110 V AC
DIRECT CURRENT : 12 V DC
BATTERIES : 8ea. 12 volt Lifeline grp 31T AGM
1 ea. Lifeline 3100T AGM (starting)
OVER CURRENT PROT. DC : 17 Circuit breakers
MASTER SWITCH : Conventional, 2 pole (Cole Hersey)
WIRING TYPE : Shielded
CONNECTIONS : Captivated
GROUNDING : Battery /engine
OVERCURRENT PROT. AC : Circuit breakers (05)
MASTER SWITCH : At panel
WIRING TYPE : Shielded
CONNECTIONS : Captivated
GROUNDING : Yes
GENERATING POWER : Alternator
SOLAR PANELS : 2ea. Kryocera KD135GX-LPU
and 2 ea. SX135UPU
with Outback Flex 60 Controller
INVERTER/CONVERTER : Outback 30 amp Outback FX 2012 MT
ALTERNATOR : Balmar OE60-150-SR-IG-SD/B
RUNNING GEAR :
PROPELLER SHAFT : 1 1/4 ” Aqua Met (stainless steel)
PROPELLER : Max 3 blade Bronze 18/ 22
STUFFING BOX : PSS Shaft seal (dripless)
BEARING : Conventional, Cutlass type
TANK #1 : Diesel CAPACITY: 50 Gals. rptd TYPE: Alum
TANK #2 : Diesel CAPACITY: 30 Gals. rptd. TYPE: Alum
TANK #3 : Diesel CAPACITY: 20 Gals. rptd. TYPE: Alum
TANK #4 : Diesel CAPACITY: 45 Gals. rptd. TYPE: Alum
TANK #5 : Water CAPACITY: 54 Gals. rptd. TYPE: SS
TANK #6 : Water CAPACITY: 54 Gals. rptd. TYPE: SS
TANK #7 : Water CAPACITY: 54 Gals. rptd. TYPE: SS
TANK #8 : Water CAPACITY: 54 Gals. rptd. TYPE: SS
TANK #9 : Holding CAPACITY: 25 Gals. rptd. TYPE: PLSTC
Main with two reef points….………...(Good Operational–rptd.)
Genoa 90% (Working Jib)………….....(Good Operational–rptd.)
Staysail .………….….…………………….(Good Operational–rptd.)
Cruising Spinnaker (Drifter)…….…...(Good Operational–rptd.)
Two double speed Andersen 52 primary self tailing winches for headsail operation.
Two double speed Andersen 40 secondary self tailing winches for sheet,runner and preventer operation.
Two house top Andersen 18 self tailing (staysail sail handling)
Three each Barlow 20 Single speed mast mounted winches
One Barlow 16 SSPD for reefing and outhaul
One eachBarient 8P SSPD for boom lift
Simpson and Lawrence 555 manual high speed
* Standard Marine Matrix IV, GX2100, 25 watt VHF marine radio
* Standard Marine RAM 3 microphone VHF
* ICOM M802 SSB/ HAM radio
* SITEX GPS 7
* GARMIN 4208 GPS Plotter
* Signet SL 172 Depth meter
* Pioneer CD-AM/FM Cassette Stereo
* Danforth Constellation 5” binnacle compass
* 5" clock & barometer
* Electronic charts U.S., Pacific Coast and Mexico S. American. Central Pacific, S. Pacific E. Coast Australia charts
* Ray Marine Tiller Pilot T-1000
* International running lights (Masthead tri color w strobe)
* Marpol and discharge of oil signage provided
* Hand held VHF radio
* ICOM SSB antennae Tuner (AT140)
* Cape Horn Servo Pendulum wind vane self steering
* 7 x35 binoculars
* CQR 75 anchor with 380ft. of 3/8 galv. chain rode
* Rockna 55-lb anchor with rode 300ft. ¾” Nylon & 40ft. 5/16” chain
* Danforth 40 H anchor with rode (unspecified)
* RULE 3700 heavy duty (1)automatic bilge pump.
* High water bilge alarm
* Whale Titan manual diaphragm bilge pumps
* Jabsco belt driven bilge pump
* Four type-III, 3ea. Type V adult life jackets, USCG approved
* Two type-IV USCG-approved Life Sling and Horse Shoe recovery system ( three type IV cushions)
* Eight each day/night flares (2016 current).
* Five B-1, 1ea. B-II fire extinguishers
* Horn, whistle, bell
* One each jack line (rigged around vessel
* Ditch Bag
* 406 MHZ EPIRB (current)
* Life Raft: Elliot 4 man life boat ( SOLAS A 2009 – Recert due 2015)
* Porta Boat 10ft. and Suzuki 2.5hp outboard
* Bimini cover and intermediate
* Misc. fenders & lines
* Canvas sail cover, Hatch and pedestal cover
Custom Hard (rigid) Dodger
* SS Radar Arch and antennae array mount
* Boom Gallows
* SS Mast rails
* Boarding ladder, SS
* Spreader lights
* Boat hook
* 2 ea. 110 AC dock cord
* Horizontal Simpson Lawrence windlass (manual) – S&L555
* Lazy Jacks
* 6ea. Winch handles,
* 2 ea. Hand held search lights
* Misc Nautical books and Novels
* Spare engine parts, hoses
* Spare lines and blocks
* Adlar-Barbour Super Cold Machine marine refrigeration
* Misc. mechanics tools and hand tools
* Cockpit cushions
* 2 ea. Strida portable bikes
* Force 10 Barbeque
* Emergency Tiller
* Insulated backstay
* Mast steps
* Fish rod holders
Hull Type: Long Keel Rig Type:
Cutter LOA: 42.92' / 13.08m
LWL: 33.33' / 10.16m
Beam: 13.00' / 3.96m
Listed SA: 948 ft2 / 88.07 m2
Draft (max.) 5.67' / 1.73m Draft (min.)
Displacement: 31500 lbs./ 14288 kgs.
Ballast: 11000 lbs. / 4990 kgs.
Sail Area/Disp.1: 15.27
Designer: William Crealock
Builder: Westsail Corp. (USA)
Bal. type: First Built: 1974
RIG AND SAIL PARTICULARS
SPL/TPS: SA(Fore.): 507.38 ft2 / 47.14 m2
SA(Main): 440.75 ft2 / 40.95 m2
Sail Area (100% fore+main triangles): 948.13 ft2 / 88.08 m2
Sail Area/Disp.2: 15.27
Est. Forestay Length.: 53.58' / 16.33m
On deck she is provided an open foredeck with walkways leading aft to port and starboard around a modern trunk cabin aft to and around her conventional aft cockpit. Her deck layout includes an open foredeck area with anchor windlass ( heavy duty S&L 555 manual), bow sprit with double anchor rollers and staysail pedestal. She is an aft cockpit vessel with an ergonomic cockpit layout inclusive of bench seats and Yacht Specialties pedestal steering. Her decks continue aft around the cockpit. Here anchor and mooring cleats and the LPG storage tanks are provided in a amidships locker on deck.
Her hull areas below the waterline include a traditional “modern moderate” full keel with a “cut-a-way” forefoot along an internally ballasted (Lead) full keel with keel attached rudder.
ACCESS, LIGHT AND VENTILLATION:
Access, light and ventilation are provided by forward and amidships cabin scuttle hatch, a main companionway hatch and many fixed and opening bronze portlights. The main companionway is positioned to port and provided a large sliding hatch with removable hatch boards. Cowl vents /Dorades are additionally provided around the vessel for added ventilation.
Below decks the vessel provides accommodations in three general cabin areas. Well forward is chain locker followed by the forward crew stateroom with port berths. Aft again and to port is the head; while to stbd. is a hanging locker and drawer. Aft again is the main cabin area. This area is provided a lounge settee with “L” shaped benching to port and a bench berth to starboard. Storage is provided beneath and about. An entertainment station is here as well. Aft and to starboard is navigation area with bench, console, locker and drawer storage. The companionway to the cockpit is offset and adjacent the galley area. Her galley is “U” shaped. To starboard and at the vessels quarter is the owners’ cabin. Engine access is beneath the cockpit and behind the companionway ladder under the cockpit.
The owners cabin is provided a queen berth. Access to the stuffing box and coupler is via the engine space. Storage is provided in lockers and drawers. Access to the steering quadrant is aft via the deck lockers. The steering is cable (mechanically) operated. The head is provided with standard marine pump toilet, lavatory, pressure hot and cold water all with holding tank.
Currently electronics are positioned in the main cabin navigators’ station and at the companionway. The AC/DC electric panel is adjacent/opposite the engine entrance.
The galley is equipped with ice box – Adler Barber (Super Cold) refrigeration, double basin sink with hot and cold pressure and manual water. A Force 10 Marine three burner LPG stove and oven combination, pantry and countertops are provided.
Auxiliary power is provided by a 2009 (rptd.) 50 bhp Beta Marine (Kubota) diesel powered inboard engine. Fuel is supplied as reported. The engine room is beneath the cockpit and behind the companionway panels.
The vessel is cutter-rigged and the mast is deck stepped, constructed of anodized extruded aluminum and supported beneath by compression posting, longitudinal and transverse supports. The mast is a double spreader rig and stayed with appropriate sized & quality 1 x 19 stainless steel wire. Turnbuckles are open-barreled stainless steel. Terminal ends are of quality re-useable Hayn terminals and running backs and are of the traditional swage type. Each rigging screw is toggled. Head sails are inclusive of a #2 Genoa, a staysail and a mainsail (with slab reefing). A Cruising Spinnaker (Drifter) is also aboard. Each is in good to very good operational condition.
Running rigging is of synthetic Samson cord. Intermediate backs (Runners), Genoa sail track, turning blocks, heavy duty 6:1 Schaefer main-sheeting blocks and a Harken traveler are additionally provided.
The interior of this Westsail 43 is custom finished. Quality overhead and hard wood side panel is provided and trimmed in traditional Hard woods ( Mahogany, Oak and/or Teak) is used liberally. Professionally upholstered cushions are provided. Teak plank floors are also provided.
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.