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Westerly Seahawk 34 
1988 - £37,950 
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Sorry, this yacht is no longer available as it has now been SOLD by The Barbican Yacht Agency 
Do you have a similar yacht for sale? If so we are always seeking quality cruising yachts for active buyers, especially if based in the West Country. 
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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Westerly Seahawk 34 - 1988 - £37,950 
A late model fin keeled Westerly Seahawk 34 (Sail No. SK100), that is beautifully presented and benefits from a whole host of replacements and upgrades during the current and previous ownerships (over £14,000 worth in the last two years alone), topped off by the current owner who is a currently serving professional marine engineer, and who has been through this vessel's 'mechanicals' with a very fine tooth-comb to satisfy the high standards he sets for his family's sailing requirements. 
The Seahawk model has always proven popular for cruising; the combination of indulgently spacious accommodation, rugged construction and seaworthiness has ensured this design's indisputable success, with examples having cruised far and wide. Under power, they are a delight to handle in tight confines. 
'Savigny' was grit blasted and subjected to a 'full' osmosis treatment with a five year guarantee in 2008, finished with an application of 'Coppercoat'. Her underwater sea valves are reported to have been replaced at the same time, presumably including the associated skin fittings. 
Please contact on 01752 228855 or email us for further details or to arrange a viewing 


Sails & Rigging 

Designed as a Bermudan masthead sloop on the more desirable single spreader, aluminium spar by Selden (badged as a Kemp Mast), with a replacement 'Regatta' roller reefing system by Rotostay (2009) fitted to the for'stay. A rod kicker to support the boom when reefing without re-course to the topping lift dates from the same year. 
The standing rigging was replaced in 2008 (documented as being in May of that year), when the cranked U-bolts, to which the aft lower shrouds are attached, were replaced at same time. 
Running rigging of Polyester braid on braid (replaced 2018). 
Fully battened mainsail - with three reefing points by Ratsey and Lapthorne (1988). 
Roller-reefing genoa by Dolphin Sails (2008). 
Cruising Chute by Crusader Sails of unknown age. 
Mechanical and electrical systems 
Navigation Equipment 
Deck Equipment 
Safety Equipment 


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