Westsail 32

Recent Major Re-fit done
Boat Name: Endless Summer
Summary Information:
  • LOA: 39'
  • LWL: 27' 6''
  • Draft: 5'
  • Beam: 11'
  • Mast height from WL: 49'
  • Ballast: 7,000lb
  • Displacement: 20,000lb
There's a reason Westsail yachts are so popular with long distance cruisers. The Westsail 32 is the boat that first comes to mind when you think 'Bluewater'. Known as the boat that 'launched a thousand dreams' the Westsail 32 kicked off the 'cruising' boom in the 1970s. 

Endless Summer is a rare exception in the market of Westsail 32s available today. She has undergone an extensive refit of all major sailing components meaning the most expensive projects have been done for you, including: 
  • new standing and running rigging
  • new Garhauer traveler 
  • new harken roller furlers (both headsail and staysail)
  • new genoa and jib sails 
  • new mast
  • new monitor wind vane 
  • new stainless steel life lines 
The current owner has invested in high quality upgrades that make this Westsail 32 really stand out. And with low hours on the Perkins, you will be ready to set sail to distant islands tomorrow. Don't waste time and money preparing for that trip you want to take today. Make an offer on Endless Summer and sail away! 

Boat History and Construction:
Designed by Bill Crealock as a heavy displacement double ender for long distance cruising, this boat is the epitome of seaworthiness; built strong and heavy with huge interior volume.
The hull is heavily built from hand-laid fiberglass in 12 layers with polyester resin resulting in a hull that ranges from 3/4 inch near the topsides to 1 1/8 inches at the turn of the bilge. The 3/4″ bulkheads are marine plywood and tabbed to the hull with fiberglass. The deck and cabin trunk is fiberglass cored with two layers of half inch plywood, with an extra two inch plywood base to reinforce below the mast step.

The Westsail 32 has suffered few if any structural problems over the years. It has a solid hull and osmotic blisters that appear on older boats are not an issue with the Westsail. 
Layouts and Accommodations: Descending through the companionway, you'll find the galley to port and the navigation station to starboard. The Salon features settees on both port and starboard which double as single pilot berths. Moving forward to port is the fully enclosed head with composting toilet, sink and shower. To starboard is the hanging locker and plenty of drawers for storage. All the way forward is an ample sized v-berth which sleeps two. Under the bed are several more drawers and storage lockers. The entire below decks is finished out in rich teak giving it that classic feel.
  • The galley of Endless Summer is a nice size and open to the salon
  • Offers plenty of protection and holds if caught in a sea while cruising
  • Features include:
  • Stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water
  • Manual bronze fresh water hand pump
  • ORIGO 6000 two burner alcohol stove and oven
  • Large deep refrigerator/freezer
  • Ample Storage for cutlery, pots/pans and dishware
Hull and Deck:
  • New stainless steel stern pushpit
  • New stainless steel mast pulpit
  • New stainless steel bow pulpit
  • New stainless steel wire life lines
  • New stainless steel dodger and bimini frame and canvas
  • New mainsail cover
  • Sea Tiger 555 manual windlass
  • 35# CQR with 200 feet of 3/8'' chain
  • 30# Bruce with 40 feet 1/2'' chain and 150 feet of 3 strand rode
  • New 2 mile LED navigation lights
  • Recent bottom job (in the last year)
Total Horsepower: 51
Engine-1-description item:
  • Perkins 4107 with approx 1200 hours
  • Fuel: 70 gallons
  • Fresh Water: 2 x 40 gallons
  • Holding: 1 x 20 gallons
Engine and Mechanical Equipment:
  • Perkins 4107 - approx 1200 hours
  • 3 blade bronze prop
  • New Monitor Wind Vane steering system
  • Boat completely re-wired - Professionally done
  • Solar 100w x 2 panels (NEW)
  • Windy Nation P30L Solar Charge Controller
  • 4 x 12v fans
  • Water Heater 110v and Engine Loop
  • Battery Charger
  • 3 x Duracell Marine AGM 105 Ah batteries: 2 house, 1 engine
  • Garmin GPS Map 741XS
  • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS VHF
  • West Marine Handheld VHF75
  • Pure Sine Inverter 1000w
  • Hawkeye Depth Sounder
Sails and Rigging:
  • Cutter rigged
  • All new standing rigging
  • All new running rigging
  • New Harken roller furlers (headsail and staysail)
  • New Mast
  • New Garhauer Traveler and Boom Vang
  • New Main Sheet Winch (Lewmar 40)
  • Like new Headsails
  • Barlow 24 primary winches
  • Rescue Case Inflatable Life Raft - 6 persons
  • ACR Ditch Bag
  • Ocean Signal EPIRB
  • LifeSling2 Overboard Rescue System
  • 3 winch handles
  • Weems and Plath Barometer and Clock
  • Brass oil lamp
  • 2 x Offshore Life Jackets - A33 West Marine Inflatable
  • 1 x Type 1 PFD
  • 2 x Throwable Type IV PFD
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Radar Reflector Dome - mounted on mast