Built for the original owner by Henze Yachts in Moehnen, Germany in 2002, Weatherly has been professionally maintained throughout her life. She was shipped to the US by the current owner in 2015 and has been an admired feature of the New England sailing scene for the past four years. She competed successfully in the last two Newport to Bermuda races and has cruised extensively along the New England coast from Long Island throughout Maine.
She is breathtakingly beautiful, fast, seaworthy, comfortable and with her self tacking jib, remarkably easy to sail. She offers accommodation in four separate cabins with a spacious and elegant main salon which is equipped with air conditioning and heating. A key attraction is the elegantly designed two berth pilot house offering high visibility shelter from weather and providing a popular assembly point for guests and crew, under way or at anchor.
Weatherly has been maintained continuously to the highest standards throughout her life. New electronics and safety equipment were installed prior to the 2016 Newport to Bermuda race and the shore power electric was fully converted to US standards. Prior to the 2019 summer season, the hull and pilot house were stripped of all varnish to bare wood and refinished in clear Awlgrip by the renowned Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine. She looks spectacular with the added advantage of being easy to maintain.
Weatherly is highly seaworthy, simple to sail and operate single-handed, while combining ultimate function with style and simplicity.
Contact Brian H. Petrie 860 235 7078
Weatherly's current list of upgrades:
Completed in 2016:
All new standing rigging.
All new Garmin electronics: 7612 12'' touch screen chart plotter, vhf 200, automatic identification system, loud speaker, 2 GMI 20 at helm plus Auto Pilot control, 24'' radar custom painted on custom made spreader mount along with speed, depth and temperature.
New Fusion stereo controls with remote flush mounted at nav station with Bose speakers throughout the boat.
New house and engine start batteries. Six 8D AGM batteries with group 31 AMG for engine start.
New Master Volt inverter charger along with wiring and new battery switches.
New air conditioning and pump for salon cooling.
New Sea Recovery 8GPH 24V water maker.
New man over board module mounted on port stern rail.
Completed in 2017:
New running rigging, sheets and all halyards.
Completed in 2018:
Man Ship hatches all removed. New gaskets and new lenses installed by professional hatch restoration company.
Mast collar at partners removed, stripped and recoated with 545 primer and awl grip.
New Viking 6 man valise lift raft.
Completed in 2019:
Pilot house varnish stripped and 10 coast of varnish applied.
All pilot house window frames and windows removed at time of varnish. All new windows installed.
Teak decks sanded.
Mahogany hull completely stripped, sanded, epoxied and sprayed with clear awl grip for a strong and long lasting finish for years to come.
Overhaul on the main engine. Yanmar currently has 1300 Hours.
New Turbo, new fuel injectors, new raw water pump, belts, hoses, filters, fluids and transmission fully serviced at this time.
Completed Spring 2020:
Bottom sanding and 2 coats of Petit Vived White applied.
Running gear stripped and recoated with Prop Speed and new zincs.
Spur cutters cleaned and reinstalled.
Steering system completely disassembled, cleaned, parts changed out and new steering cables.
Mast and boom polished to perfection with standing rigging polished as well.
Main sail and jib washed, inspected and reinstalled 6/10/2020
Yanmar fully serviced.
Full teak deck cleaning.
Weatherly's galley is below and forward of the pilot house. Centerline galley sink with counter space to starboard and Isotherm fridge and freezer outboard. Two storage cabinets above fridge and cook top.
Weatherly's accommodations below are spacious and classic with a spectacular interior that glows in the evening. Master cabin is forward with master bunk to starboard and side bunk to port, both with storage underneath.
Her two aft cabins are a mirror of each other with accommodations for two both port and starboard.
North Sails Fully Battened Main Sail 2010
North Sails Self taking Furling Jib 2010
North Sails Kevlar 80% Furling Jib 2005
Storm Try Sail 2016
Storm Jib 2016
Code Zero Carbon Sail on Facnor Furler 2016
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