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1976 Westsail 32

Souris, Prince Edward Island, Canada

US$46,500

"Bloodhound" is a U.S. documented vessel and was built in Costa Mesa, CA. She is factory finished. Her first owner was the disc jockey who made Gary Wright’s song so popular in Southern California. After the DJ’s brief ownership, she was bought by a couple in 2000 who voyaged around Mexico and Central America, transited the Panama Canal and sailed her to St Mary’s, Georgia where she was put on the hard in 2007. The current owners bought her in 2008 and had her trucked to Lake Texoma on the Texas-Oklahoma border where we sailed her very lightly for five years. Before trucking her to Prince Edward Island, Canada in 2014 where she is currently on the hard at Souris Marina, she was extensively overhauled at Cedar Mills Marina, Gordonville, Texas (manufacturer of Valiant Yachts). "Bloodhound" has spent most of her time on PEI on the hard while being maintained. The owners age and lousy joints are keeping him from sailing her. 

Basic Boat Info

Price: US$46,500
Boat Name: Bloodhound
Make: Westsail
Model: 32
Year: 1976
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 32 ft
Length Overall: 32 ft
Waterline Length: 27'6 ft
Beam: 11 ft
Max Draft: 5 ft
Displacement: 20,000 lb
Ballast: 7,000 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Perkins
  • Model: 4-108
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 50hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 1977
  • Engine Hours: 2200

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Cutter, Racers and Cruisers

Contact

Sunnybrook Yachts
Contact us for details on how to buy this boat - we handle everything from pre purchase surveys through to financing(if required) and insurance needs. Call us at 902 275 2424 or email us at syb@eastlink.ca - thanks.
Sunnybrook Yachts

Office

Sunnybrook Yachts
130 Marina Rd, Suite 202 PO Box 546
CHESTER, Nova Scotia, CA, B0J 1J0
Tel:902 444 4500


Construction

FRP hull white gelcoat redone from whale strake to waterline (2005)

Bottom stripped to gelcoat and barrier coated (2004) 

Whale strake chocolate brown two-part epoxy (2002)

Topsides finished natural teak

Teak decks (well maintained, re-caulked (2007)

Teak cap rail, rub rail, 4 Dorade boxes with cowl vents finished with Cetol

Cockpit sole easily removable for engine access

Turtle hatch and forward hatch plus hatch over V-berth

7 large bronze port lights and 4 smaller port lights

Stainless Steel bow pulpit with teak platform, teak pin rails on shrouds, mast pulpits with teak pin rails, stern pulpit with stainless boarding ladder on new Douglas fir boomkins – two new laminated oak boomkins as spares – teak arched boom gallows and stainless radar post. 

Lifeline stanchions and boom gallows posts are heavy 1 ½” anodized aluminum 

Rudder re-glassed and gel coated in 2005

Bowsprit replaced with solid tropical hardwood in Costa Rica (2004)

Lofrans Tigres rope and chain electric windlass

Simpson Laurence Anchorman manual vertical windlass on stern

Dodger

Cockpit weather cloths

Bimini

Two sun awnings to cover entire boat with catchment fittings

Accommodations

Factory finished interior with dinette layout

Starboard settee is full size with only storage above, unlike earlier models

Galley on port side, nav station to starboard at foot of companionway

Starboard wet locker used for some electronics and book storage. Nav equipment mounted above all visible from the cockpit

Galley side has hanging cabinet

Head and sail lockers are forward of the dinette

V-berth has cabinets to starboard with a filler creating a comfortable double berth

Double chain locker access forward

Entire ceiling is tongue and groove ash

Bulkheads are mahogany plywood; all trim is mahogany and teak

Cabin sole is solid teal and holly

Cream colored vinyl upholstery

Galley

Shipmate 2-burner stove and oven

Two 10 lbs propane tanks in propane locked in cockpit, vented overboard and equipped with shut-off solenoid

Sink with manual foot pump with fresh water and hand salt water pump

Large refrigerator and freezer compartment with dual cold plate and brand new Alder Babour 12-volt refrigeration unit

Head

Composting toilet

Head sole has shower pan

Vanity

Tanks

Fuel tank capacity: 70 US gallons (2 tanks, new 2015)

Water tank capacity: 70 US gallons (2 tanks)

Engine and Electrical

Perkins 4-108 with 2200 hours

Borg Warner transmission with 1” shaft plus spare shaft

17-1- three blade bronze prop and a 16-10 spare

90 amp Balmar alternator and a 50 amp spare

Balmar ARS-4 smart regulator

Two new Aluminum fuel tanks for a total of 70 gallons each with sight glass

Fuel polisher with 20,10 and 5 micron filters and positive displacement circulating pump

 

12 volt DC and 110 volt AC panels with breakers

Three group 31 12 volt deep cycle batteries in two house banks (2017)

Group 31 starting battery (2017)

All batteries are in boxes secured to hull

Battery isolator with two inputs and three outputs

Heart interface link 20

Xantrex Trucharge 40 Plus battery charger

House bank 4 position switch and engine battery on/off switch

All battery cables re-wired in 2000 with tinned copped 1/0 wire and lugs

Redwind wind generator

Electronics

VHF – Standard GX2341S 25 Watt 

VHF – Icomm IC-M120 

Kenwood TKM 707 SSB with MAT-100 automatic tuner

Dynaplate ground for SSB

Chartplotter – Garmin 220 

Radar – Furuno 24 mile radar

Depth / Fish sounder – Hummingbird

EPIRB

Autohelm 1—tiller autopilot

Sharp & Co “Mate” autopilot, England

Sayes wind vane self-steering

Richie bulkhead magnetic compass

Cetrex 555 electronic compass

Pilot berth overhead magnetic compass

Electro guard electrolysis monitoring system – all through hulls shaft and engine bonded

Si-Tex X map chart plotter

Vectra repeater

Sails and Rigging

Main (new) by Kern Tanbark with 2 reef points and reefing lines, full battens

Staysail (new) by Kern. Tanbark clubfoot with one reef point and sheet traveler, Sunbrella cover

Working jib by Kern. Tanbark

Storm jib and trysail (like new) also Tanbark

Super Yankee (new) by Kern. With Sunbrella cover

Light air 2oz. Reacher

Sail Covers

 

Mariner roller furling for hanked-on headsail and staysail

Standing, running and lifeline rigging all replaced in 2004

3 masthead halyards, staysail halyard and running backstays

Ascending harness with 250’ three-strand ½” line and 3:1 tackle

Mainsheet traveler forward of dodger

Two 3-speed 44’ Lewmar sheet winches

Two Barient 20 self-tailing winches under dodger for halyards and mainsheet

Two Barient 22’ self-tailing winches on mast

LeFiell aluminum mast and boom, stepped on tabernacle 

Radar reflector on mast

Downwind telescoping whisker pole. 12’-22’

Extra halyards, sheets, dock lines

3:1 jib preventer

4:1 dingy raising tackle

3:1 for outboard or MOB

Additional

300’ of 5/16” HT chain pus 60’ chain with 300’ of ¾ inch nylon 3 strand and 30’ chain with 300’ three-strand stern anchor rode

45 lbs CQR and 25 lbs CQR on bow

50 lbs Simpson Laurence Claw in stern lazarette

22 lbs Danforth on stern rail

Life sling in box on the rail

Two 2.5 lbs rechargeable fire extinguishers

Halon automatic extinguisher in engine compartment

Four self-inflating lifejackets, 2 jack lines, one harness, 2 throw rings

Smoke detector and CO monitor in cabin

Signal flare kit and 2 horns

4 large fenders

Charcoal cabin heater

7 boat stands

1x19 5/16” head stay, swage top extra Stayloc for bottom

Many engine parts, gaskets and filters

Tools, propane torch, screws, nuts, extension cords, fishing gear etc. 

Avon 310 inflatable with wheels

Yamaha 8 HP 2 cycle outboard motor

Disclaimer
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.
Additional Contact Information

Please contact Chris at syb@eastlink.ca for more information or to arrange a viewing.


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