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This refitted 1976 Westsail 32 is powered by a 39 HP Yanmar (1998 approx.) diesel engine. She is equipped for single handed sailing, with all control lines leading aft to the cockpit and an autopilot. Her inventory includes 2019 "Z Spars“ mast and boom, 2019 standing and running rigging, 2019 Harken“ Batt Cars, mainsail and lazybag, furling genoa, tiller steering, four berths, shore power, battery charger, wind speed, fridge and more. She was refitted outside (2019-2020) and inside (2020-2021). She is not only a solid sailboat but is also suitable for living on board."Callisto" is a comfortable “blue-water cruiser” and viewing is recommended.
The Westsail 32 is based on a Colin Archer designed double ended cutter. The Westsail Corporation was founded in 1971 for the purpose of producing a sailboat that could be cruised anywhere in the world, in all wind and sea conditions. The Westsail Owners Association still provides support, guidance and camaraderie on and off the water for all Westsail Owners.
Sloop with releasable forestay (turns her into a cutter rig)
2019 "Z Spars" Alloy mast and boom
2019 Standing rigging
2019 Running rigging
2018 Selden furling gear on forestay
2022 "Wichard" Boom brake controlled from the cockpit
Mainsail by "Watson Sails“ in good condition with "Harken" 2019 Battcar system and luff track on the mast
2019 Lazybag and lazyjacks
Furling Genoa by "Watson Sails“ in good condition
Gennaker with hanks
Staysail with hanks (clips to inner forestay)
Storm jib with hanks
Stainless steel pulpit, stanchions, and guardrails with opening gates
Bowsprit with anchor roller
2021 Anchor 25 kg "Rocna" SHHP (Super High Holding Power) and anchor chain
Mooring lines and 8 x "Polyform" fenders (5 of them 2021-2022)
Teak grab rails on the coachroof
Mainsheet is located at the aft end of cockpit
2 x "Enkes" winches in the cockpit
2 x 2019 “Selden” self tailing winches on the coachroof with 2019 Spinlock clutch jammers
1 x “Merriman Holbrook” winch for the boom
All control lines lead aft to the cockpit
Main boom crutch in stainless steel
2021 Both 12 V and 220 v completely re-wired
2017 "Sun Power SPR" 90W Solar Panel and "Sunsaver" MPPT charge controller
2021 2 x 120 W Solar panels with 2 x "Victron“ charge controller
2021 2 x "Plastimo" Solar panel holder adjustable to sun angle (Plastimo)
2021 Shore Power Connection
2019 Fuse Panel
2021 Fuses shore power
2021 Fuse controller 12 V
2021 3 x Waterproof plugs
2021 3 x USB and car plugs
2018 Split battery bank (2 x 110 ah house and 1 x 110 ah starter)
2021 "Victron" Battery Monitor and Shunt
2021 "Victron" Centaur Battery Charger 60 A
2021 "Victron“ Galvanic Isolator 16 A
2021 LED lights
2021 "Vesper Marine AIS with wifi – transponder
2021 "Vesper Marine“ AIS/VHF FM Splitter
2021 VHF ICOM M330
2021 "Vesper Marine" PS antenna
"Raymarine“ Depth sounder
2021 "Nasa Clipper" Wind speed with Wifi connection to masthead unit
"Autohelm" Autopilot ST-4000
2021 "Plastimo" Contest Compass
2021 "Webasto" Diesel Heater 2 kW with separate tank
2019 "Mantagua" LED deck light
2019 "Mantagua" LED mast head light
2017 "Balmar" Duo Charger
2019 "Vitronix“ aerial and cable
2020-2021 refit of saloon. Modern bright design combined with original look. Open sense of space, ventilated cabinets and insulation on roof. The new design allows for remodelling without damaging the structural interior.
2021 "Armaflex“ XG 12m² 19 mm and 3m² 32mm Insulation
Stainless steel Torx screws
Unique boat bar behind the card cabinet
Storage nets with hooks
2021 Pendular inclinometer
2022 Stainless steel Portholes opening into the cockpit
2021 4 x “Vetus” Ventilation Mushrooms
Double berth in the vforward cabin with removable slatted frame for good ventilation, storage underneath for sails and more. Opening deck hatch with removable fly screen. Bedside tables, cupboard and lights on both sides.
2021 30 cm thick Mattress made by "The Complete Upholstery Centre & Foam Services, Cork“ Measurements: length: 190 cm, height: 3 layers @ 10 cm
The Heads is located between the saloon and forward cabin to port and comes with a marine W.C. and hand basin. Lockers opposite to starboard. Shower installation is possible, drain is available.
2021 "Jabsco“ Manual toilet pump
2019 Water tank and "Jabsco“ electric Water pump for heads and galley
Saloon has two single berths with lee clothes. Height adjustable table. Heat-able hanging/dry locker
Galley to port beside the companionway steps.
2021 "Plastimo Pacific 5000" two burner gas cooker with oven
2021 Copper Gas pipes, Gas bottle container and quick closing gas valve
2021 "Topzone“ Fridge 20 litre 12V
2021 Gas sensor and CO2 sensor
Kitchen towel holder
Aft facing chart table and storage area for quick access
4 Person liferaft in a valise (service due August 2022)
2 x Automatic electric bilge pumps
2 x Manual bilge pumps
2020 Fire extinguisher and Fire blanket
Good two way access to the engine bay either by removing the companionway steps or entering the engine room by the cockpit hatch.
2017 Engine removed, rebuilt and reinstalled
2017 Engine mounts
2021 Prop shaft
2022 Alternator 80 A
2021 Cutlass bearing
2 x Stainless steel fuel tanks
2022 "Vetus“ Water strainer
2022 New hoses (Exhaust, water… )
2022 Impeller and oil/filter change
Antifouled in July 2022
2017 Sea cocks, all replaced with "Blakes“
2018 Hull soda blasted and cleaned
Outboard bracket on the pushpit
Full boat cover
"Avon" Dinghy with oars
"Callisto" has been lightly used for sailing around the South Coast of Ireland for the 13 years that I have owned her. She is an incredibly sea worthy boat and will happily sail anywhere you want to go safely.
There is as a very active Westsail Owners Group on-line which is helping to keep these famous boats (over 800 built) on the water and in active use.
I started a full refit program in 2018 completing the hull and sea cocks in 2018 and the mast and full running rigging replacement and major upgrade in 2019.
She is now capable of being fully sailed from the cockpit including raising and lowering mainsail and reefing.
"We enjoyed spending time on "Callisto". Her refit took us over a year, we could not have had any better "COVID project" After the refit we were able to sail her on South Coast of Ireland. We had some good sailing trips with family and friends but mainly sailed her alone and from the bowsprit, enjoying nice encounters with dolphins on almost every trip. We always felt safe and knew "Callisto" would find her way home. We kept her in Kinsale where we found many helping hands and friends for life."
"Callisto" is a lovely cruising boat and is excellent value when one takes into account what has been spent on her upgrades.
|Vindhastighet och vindriktning||✓|
|Material i Propeller||Brons|
|Max djupgående med last||1.52m|
|Längd vid vattenlinje||8.38m|
|Tank för Färskvatten||(Plast)|
|Bränsletank||265 l (Rostritt stål)|