The Westerly Seahawk 34 was designed as a spacious, family cruiser with a very good double berth aft cabin and a high standard of build quality. Good standing headroom throughout and excellent accommodation with two forward berths, three saloon berths, and the aft double cabin. Centre cockpit with fixed windscreen and sprayhood and an extension to enclose the cockpit. This Westerly Seahawk 34 had a new (2015) Volvo Penta D1-30F 27hp diesel engine installed in 2016.
Forward cabin with V berths that can be converted to a double berth with the infill. Opening hatch with blind, hanging locker, storage and port and starboard portlights. Door leading through towards saloon with heads compartment to starboard and hanging locker to port. Saloon with C shaped settee to starboard that can be converted to a double berth. Bench settee to port that can be used as a single berth and central dining table with drop leaves. Portlights and opening hatch, plenty of storage. Aft facing chart table to starboard, wet hanging area and L shaped galley to port. Passageway to port through to the aft cabin. This cabin has an offset double berth to starboard, sink, seating, hanging locker, storage, opening hatch, opening portlight to the cockpit, port and starboard portlights.
Curtains throughout and upholstery renewed 2014.
Plastimo Neptune two ring gas stove with grill and oven
Fridge with freezer compartment
Twin stainless steel sinks
Hot and cold water system
Jabsco sea toilet
Pump assembly replaced 2017
Hot and cold water system
Furuno Compact 1610 radar at chart table
Garmin 126GPS plotter at chart table
Lowrance C3550 chart plotter in cockpit
Autohelm wheel autopilot
NASA Clipper depth in cockpit
NASA Clipper log in cockpit
NASA wind in cockpit
(masthead unit renewed 2015)
Cobra DSC VHF radio at chart table
Clock and barometer
Switch panel renewed
Boat extensively rewired in 2014 much of it with higher amperage wiring.
JVC radio CD player
Fully battened main
Second furling genoa not used by current owner
Profurl roller reefing system 2007
Main sail stack pack and lazyjacks
Cap shrouds and forestay renewed 2014
Inner shrouds, backstay, inner forestay renewed 2007
Main halyard renewed 2016
Two Barlow 19 halyard winches
Two Barlow 25 self-tailing genoa sheet winches
Volvo Penta D1-30F 27hp (2015) diesel engine installed 2016
Fuel consumption approximately 1.8 lt/hr
Volvo Penta MS15A-B gearbox 2016
Two bladed propeller (2015)
Shore power socket
Galvanic isolator and RCD
C tek 7Ah battery charger
70Ah engine battery 2016
Two 100Ah domestics batteries 2016
BEP DCM600 battery monitor
Calorifier with immerser
Centre cockpit with wheel steering
Fixed windscreen with sprayhood
Sprayhood extension to protect cockpit from the elements
Very deep cockpit locker!
Teak seating and cockpit sole grating
Stainless steel pulpit
Stainless steel pushpit quarters
Stanchions with twin guard wires
Vetus Ursus manual anchor windlass
25lb CQR anchor with 40m chain
Gas locker, two Camping Gaz cylinders
Fuel locker on stern, 5x10lt 2x5lt diesel containers and 5lt petrol for outboard
Stern boarding ladder
Various warps and fenders
Manual bilge pump
Two horseshoe lifebuoys
Wetline 2.6m inflatable dinghy and Honda 2hp four stroke outboard included in sale.
Wintered ashore each year under current ownership of 10 years
Replaced since 2007: stanchions, lifelines, fuel tank, VHF, fridge, cooker, rigging, upholstery, toilet, batteries, sprayhood, canopy and engine.
The following were also replaced when the new engine was installed, engine control panel, 115Ah alternator, waterlock, engine mounts, lipseal stern gland, cutlass bearing and propeller.
It is understood that the hull was epoxy coated as a preventative measure in 1989.
Stainless steel dinghy davits were installed on the boat but removed by current owner and could be re-instated.
Please note the following are not working, Tricolour and masthead lights, shower pump, electric bilge pump (requires new fuse unit) NASA Navtex.
An Eberspacher warm air heating unit is fitted but never used by current owner. Some of the ducting was removed when the boat was rewired.
Boat extensively rewired in 2014 with much of it in higher amperage wiring