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Seger Yachts, LLC
NOW AVAILABLE is this beautiful 1983 Canadian Sailcraft 33, Westwind. This two owner yacht has been well-maintained and constantly updated. The current owner is reluctant to sell and this yacht is looking for a new home.
FORWARD FACING NAVIGATION STATION CONFIGURATION
BOTTOM JOB (2020)
COMPOUND AND WAX (2020)
IGNITION (AUGUST 2020)
NEW TEAK AND HOLLY SOLE (2019)
INDICATOR LIGHTS AND WIRING (2017)
BRONZE PROPELLER (2017)
PROP SHAFT (2017)
CUTLASS BEARING (2017)
STAINLESS STEEL PORT LIGHTS (2015)
FULLY BATTENED MAINSAIL
AND MUCH MORE!!!
Westwind allures a bigger impression than most 33 footers in her class.
The cabin is beautifully appointed with newly installed teak and holly sole, there's teak trim throughout, and six stainless steel port lights (2015) allow for plenty of natural lighting in the salon.
Among the unique offerings provided by Canadian Sailcraft, this yacht has the less common forward facing navigation station and quarter berth.
The salon's port side seating arrangement converts into a double berth and the yacht sleeps six comfortably.
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Westwind is a two owner Canadian Sailcraft with the rare forward facing navigation station layout. This yacht is in above average condition for her age and shows better each time she is boarded. The solid fiberglass deck and 10,000 pound displacement provides stability without compromising performance. The cabin has a light and airy feel with newly installed teak and holly sole in 2019 by a local woodworker. Teak trim compliments a beautifully appointed cabin that has been well cared for with newly installed stainless steel port lights. There have also been a number of other updates. This yacht is ready for her next owner!
Deck and Hull
The deck and hull are in good condition. Raymond Wall's distinctive design is apparent when closely observing the unique design and ergonomic accommodations of this yacht. The deck mounted chain plates and tall lifelines give the fore deck a safe feel when underway and the cabin top's integration with the deck is subtle and secure. The sail inventory is vast with a full battened mainsail and 140% Genoa on the roller furler along with an extra 100% North Sails jib. The yacht had a bottom job in February of 2020 by True North Marine in Kemah, Texas. The bottom was was sanded prior to the paint being applied and it is dived every quarter.
The rounded combings and topside mounted wenches are two of a number of features that set the cockpit of this yacht apart from others in its class. The large Yacht Specialties Co. ship's wheel and the depth, wind, and speed electronics are in plain site for safe navigation. The helm is in equal parts visible and securely spaced from the rounded helm seating. The slightly raised center line helm seating area has storage below for a propane tank in-use and a secondary holding compartment for another propane tank when needed. There was a new bimini purchased and installed in 2018.
Two large varnished hatch boards provide access to the companionway. The first of four wooden steps is atop stainless steel piping that is mounted to the cabin's transom teak bulkhead. The following three steps are integrated into the bulkhead that provide cover and insulation from the yacht's engine.
The port side galley is well thought out with an abundance of counter space and storage. There is a deep stainless steel sink against the aft ward bulkhead just next to a deep drop insulated ice box. To port there's access to sliding cabinetry that resides just below the Kenyon two burner stove top and oven. The use and design of the galley is pragmatic and nicely compliments the salon.
The forward facing teak navigation station is one of two layouts offered by Canadian Sailcraft and is the less common configuration. There is ample storage below the hinged desk top and the two-leveled book shelf is sure to provide plenty of available counter space while still having your favorite books aboard.
The starboard side quarter berth is neatly joined with the navigation station and is much larger than that of other 33' yachts in its class. There is integrated shelving to the starboard wall and a reading light and fan mounted just above.
The design of the salon is thoughtful with an open yet spacious feel. There is a single settee to port and an L shaped settee to starboard that converts to a double berth. The backrest cushions are hinged from the topside and can be raised to access deep storage compartments. Six newly installed port lights (2015) installed by the owner allow for ample natural lighting and a salon table can be lowered from the forward bulkhead to accommodate a meal for three. New upholstery was installed in 2020 and sunbrella fabrics were utilized by Mike Sorenson. The teak and holly cabin sole is also new and was installed in 2019 by a local woodworker and six new stainless steel port lights were installed in 2015 by the owner.
The day head is to starboard and just forward of the salon. There is a large built-in sink and soap dish along with ample cabinetry just above the newly installed manual head was installed by True North Marine in 2018. Two steel handles are mounted to either side of the head and the teak grate sole provides drainage for the shower.
The forward berth has a cozy feel for two. You are greeted by a hanging locker to port and just forward is cabinetry and counter space. There are six port holes with access to shelving port and starboard, and a storage locker is against the forward most bulkhead below the bulkhead mounted fan.
Seger Yacht, LLC offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or 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.