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<p>Westerly Conway Hannah</p> <p>Westerly Construction LtdWesterly Conway No. 54HANNAH.</p> <p>Launched in 1977, 36 foot, Fin Keel, Ketch Rig, sailing Yacht White Hull, 6 Berths, Mercedes Diesel, Lying Essex Price 35,000 o.n.o.</p> <p>Page 1 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah</p> <p>Yacht Details</p> <p>Sails </p> <p>White Fully battened Mainsail (Dolphin Sails) White Fully battened Mizzen (Dolphin Sails) White Tri-radial Genoa (Dolphin Sails) ( all the above sails have done less than 500 miles and were ordered to specification from Dolphin Sails in Harwich) Worn White Mainsail Worn White Mizzen. Worn and blown out Genoa which could be repaired and used as a reaching/ running sail. White Staysail ( for configuring as a cutter rig ) Cruising Shute ( Black and Yellow) Spinnaker ( Black and Yellow Number 2 Jib Working Jib Storm Jib Blue sail covers for both Main and Mizzen Booms ( Unused)</p> <p>Page 2 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Rig Original Proctor gold anodized spars ( both have single spreaders) Halliard winches fitted to mast (three of which are captive wire for the 2 x Genoa halliard and the main halliard. Original roller reefing boom but converted to slab reefing Genoa roller reefing gear by Reckman with twin grooves to allow for fast sail changing if required. Original twin forestay rig available if required. Spinnaker Poles (2) Mizzen mast fitted with octahedral radar reflector and aerials for Decca (redundant) and FM radio. Engine Mercedes OM636 42Hp 4 cylinder diesel with ammeter, water temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge and rev counter. Indirect cooling system which provides domestic hot water when the engine is running 42 gallon fuel tank. The engine is regularly serviced and has been winterized for the yachts extended lay up. There will be two new 100+ Amp Hr batteries installed. Deck Gear All the deck gear on Hannah is heavy duty, this was the standard for the Westerly build of the day. This has never let me down. Centre cockpit with polycarbonate windscreen (1994) Windscreen has blue spray hood attached ( replaced in 2005) There is also a complete cockpit cover which is made up of an aft facing spray hood and a zipped and windowed centre section. The cockpit cover is of a beige canvas. Teak laid decks and coachroof Original Westerly opening ports have all been replaced with lewmar portlights. Anodised alloy boarding ladder mounted on the transom 35lb CQR anchor with 20 fathoms of chain and Simpson Lawrence manual windlass. 15lb Meon kedge anchor with 130 ft. of multiplait warp. Main Genoa winches ( Gibb Barient )</p> <p>Page 3 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Lewmar 30/40 Spinnaker winches Barient Gibb mizzen sheet winch. Teak gratings in the cockpit Mooring warps and fenders Two spinnaker poles</p> <p>Safety Gear 2 Horseshoe lifebuoys 2 Floating Lights Lifebuoy drogue 4 Safety Harnesses Flares various ( out of date but in sealed container) 2 Powder Fire extinguishers 2 Halon Fire extinguishers ( if required) 1 fire blanket First aid kit Emergency VHF Aerial Electric Bilge pump Manual bilge pump ( in cockpit). Rope cutter on shaft Life Jackets Various</p> <p>Page 4 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Navigation Equipment</p> <p>Sestrel Major Binnacle Compass Second Sestrel Compass mounted by chart table Silva hand bearing compass by the saloon hatch Seafarer 701 Echo Sounder with digital cockpit repeater VDO Electronic log mounted in the cockpit VDO Accelerometer linked to VDO Electronic log. VDO Mechanical Sumlog mounted in the cockpit VDO wind set which consists of Wind Direction, Wind Speed and Close Hauled Indicator. Currently inoperative due to seagull attacking the mast head unit. Needs mast head unit replacing. Cetrek 702 Autopilot which is of commercial quality and handles the yacht in almost all weathers. Repeater set of VDO wind instruments for the chart area if required. Navstar 2000D Decca Navigator ( redundant) Plath RDF set connected to Bellini-Touzi aerial at the masthead ( redundant) Garmin GPS 65 GPS receiver with RS232 interfaces to a computer navigator. Nasa SSB radio for RTTY weather fax broadcasts Nasa NAVTEX LCD receiver</p> <p>Page 5 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Navico 6100S VHF radio with switched extension speaker in the cockpit Completely updated navigation area and switch panel with led indicators. ( see photo above) Inside and outside digital temperature gauge. Battery Voltmeter and switching controls for the battery chargers Shore power active and water heater active neon indicators. Digital passage time clock and various count down timers. Sailor radio receiver in the aft cabin Brass clock and barometer in the main saloon. Large chart table sufficient for a folded admiralty chart. Various charts for the East Coast and Holland. Navigation pencils and dividers Navigation lights, tricolour and anchor light Various courtesy flags ( Holland, France, Germany, and Belgium etc.)</p> <p>Page 6 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Accommodation. Forepeak</p> <p>Full size v berth with infill. Green velour upholstery ( unmarked) Fore hatch with curtained screen 2 opening Lewmar portlights which are curtained 2 halogen bunk lights Full length wardrobe with storage space under the false floor. Under berth storage on both sides ( very deep!). Water tank (approx 40 gals) under the forward part of the berth. Shoe locker Storage shelves to the side of each bunk for incidentals whilst on board/ underway (cameras, wallets, mobiles etc.) All woodwork teak or teak faced plywood Green carpet to forepeak floor. Single 240v socket</p> <p>Page 7 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Heads</p> <p>Johnson Jabasco W.C. Plumbing for a holding tank Shower Stainless steel wash basin with hot and cold water Teak grating for the shower area Shower curtain Under sink locker for cleaning materials storage Locker behind/ above toilet in which we keep cleaners, water purifying tablets etc. Electric shower drain pump 1 Opening Lewmar port light. Heating outlet ( warm air from the Eberspacer heater)</p> <p>Page 8 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Saloon</p> <p>Wardrobe (opposite heads) with opening Lewmar port light with a false floor for storage. Fitted Panasonic stereo unit with twin cassette decks wired to FM aerial at the top of the mizzen mast 2 good sea berths fitted with lee cloths Brass clock and barometer affixed to the main bulkhead. 5 above seat lockers with drop down doors ( replacing original Westerly sliding doors) All above seat lockers lined 4 Behind seat lockers of enormous capacity ( one was used as drinks storage and can be re-converted back if required. 7 under seat lockers again of enormous capacity. One of the lockers did contain a holding tank which was removed. Another of the (smaller lockers) has been converted to take additional service batteries if required which would make a total of 4 batteries!!. All upholstery is green velour to match the fore peak Cabin sole is carpeted in a new matching green carpet</p> <p>Page 9 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Six matching seat cushions. Under the cabin sole is further storage area ( bilges), these are approximately 2.5 feet deep at least. One of them holds a second water tank of approximately 30 gals. Main saloon area is serviced by 4 individually switched halogen down lighters. Primary saloon lighting is by 4 individually switched fluorescent lighting units. The chart table has a chart light and a red night light there is also secondary lighting for the switch and instrument panels. The saloon has a central open leaf laminated pedestal table (Standard fit). When closed has permanent fiddles fitted for eating underway. Battery Storage locker under chart table with additional storage on top for items like torches, spare blocks, ropes and flares. The navigation area has its own pull out swivel stool. The saloon is heated by an Eberspacher DL 3 warm air heater which provides adequate warm air for the yacht. There is one warm air outlet in the saloon. The main saloon bulkhead has two surface mount speakers which are driven by the Panasonic stereo unit. The saloon takes its natural light from 4 cabin windows which are curtained. Two 240v sockets</p> <p>Page 10 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Galley</p> <p> Twin stainless steel sinks supplied with hot and cold water via a mixer tap. Sinks can be covered with drop in sink covers Gimballed Flavel Vanessa cooker ( 2 burners, grill and oven) that was new a few years ago and has seen very little use. Piping replaced in 2005. The cooker area can be completely covered if necessary with drop in covers. (See pictures below ) Large food preparation area in the through passage to the aft cabin. Large cool box with refrigeration unit driven from a compressor in the aft cabin. Lights over the cooking area and the cool box area. 1 Opening curtained Lewmar port light in the galley area. Two draws for storage ( cutlery and food preparation articles) Saucepan locker Under cooker storage area 3 lined small lockers with drop down doors ( each approx 18 inches long) above the food preparation area, we use them for storage of sauces, packet soup, tea and coffee . Galley area carpeted as per the main saloon.</p> <p>Page 11 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Sail Locker</p> <p>Accessed via the navigation area. Walk in locker with additional access via a locker lid in the centre cockpit. Gas locker Twin battery chargers for the batteries. Cetrek Autopilot control unit Eberspacher D3L heater unit ( keeps the locker quite warm when running , handy for drying out oilies) Hooks for hanging mooring warps etc. Connection point for shore power RCB &amp; MCB consumer unit for 240 v sockets and immersion heater in the calorifier Greaser for stern tube Internal sub-locker for holding spare lubricants etc. A very large locker with plenty of storage ( warning this locker is at least 6 ft. deep).</p> <p>Page 12 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah</p> <p>Aft Cabin</p> <p>Serviced by an internal walk way from the main saloon Wardrobe with storage space under its floor. 240v socket Large v berth in green velour to match the rest of the interior ( unmarked) Infill to make the berth into a very large double Large under berth lockers one of which contains a very quiet refrigeration compressor. Stainless steel sink in a vanitory area with cold water feed. ( This could easily be made both hot and cold. Locker areas to the side of each berth hidden by green upholstered seat backs. Overbunk lighting and cabin lighting Shelves above the locker areas to hold incidentals.</p> <p>Page 13 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah This cabin has six opening Lewmar portlights, two of which open to centre cockpit. All windows have curtains for privacy Sailor multiband radio receiver in the vanitory area Large deep well locker besides the sink. The lower part of which contains the engine and mains heated calorifier for hot water. Floor is carpeted in green carpet to match the upholstery. There is a hatch which has a curtain blind to ensure privacy. Bulkhead houses a ships clock and barometer ( see picture)</p> <p>Page 14 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah</p> <p>External Good cosmetic condition due to the interspray epoxy re-spray that she had on the hull in early 90s Topside cabin sides were painted professionally in 2005 Teak decks Has had a full epoxy anti osmosis treatment in the past Will be anti-fouled before sale Storage cradle Full cockpit cover New Dodgers Full set of canvas winch covers to the cockpit winches Canvas covers to instrument pods and compass pedestal</p> <p>Page 15 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah</p> <p>Layout Plan</p> <p>Page 16 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah Westerly Conway Original Spec</p> <p>General Remarks The Conway is a very sturdy design and many of them can be found travelling the world. They were built when Westerly were coming to terms with laying up yachts in fibre glass and as such everything is almost like a wooden yacht with regards thickness of lay up etc. The fibreglass in some places is 2 -3 thick. You will find these yachts all over the world and they are no strangers to circumnavigations. This particular example is very clean both inside and out. She has been meticulously looked after by her owners who have put a lot of effort getting</p> <p>Page 17 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah her ready for sale. For her age I doubt if you will find a better example of this yacht in England. The photographs in this document bears this out. She comes with a very good inventory of sails, her current main set ( Genoa, Main and Mizzen) were designed especially for her to a very detailed specification defined by myself and worked up together with Dolphin Sails ltd. She has an enormous amount of lockerage in all her cabins obviously designed for long self-contained comfortable ocean passages. I have been across the North Sea to Holland, Germany etc. many times with her and have never doubted the integrity of the yacht. In heavy weather she is easy to handle mainly due to the fact that one can dump the Main and just sail very comfortably on a furled Genoa and the mizzen. The large deep and safe centre cockpit is mainly dry in most weathers its only the helmsman who gets wet because the crew tend to hide behind the windscreen and spray hood. Hannah has been laid up out of the water for about 7 years mainly because pressure of work getting in the way of sailing. We kept her on because the original intention was to sail her down to the Med when we retired and cruise around Greece and Turkey for 3-4 years. We were gradually refitting her with this in mind. Unfortunately my wife contracted osteo-arthritis in her knees and hands and is no longer up to long periods of sailing so we have decided, sadly, to sell her and bare boat charter in Greece and Turkey a couple of weeks every year. She will come with various bits and bobs that one accumulates with a yacht. E.g. Buckets mops warps, screws, wire, tape, sheets and in fact anything that I can find hanging around. There are also various bits and pieces for the engine (filters and belts etc.) What I would do if I were buying her Update the electronics because time has moved on since the last lot were installed. The Radio would need to be updated to a DSC version, Fit a GPS plotter but keep the Garmin 65 as back up and possibly fit RADAR</p> <p>Page 18 of 21 Pages</p> <p>Westerly Conway Hannah if you are going to seriously cruise the yacht in and around the North Sea and the Baltic. Remove the redundant electronics ( Decca and RDF, both of which are no longer in use) Replace the masthead unit and down cable for the VDO wind instruments. Unfortunately this unit is approx 500 but the instruments when they are working are superb. As stated earlier I do have a spare set of instruments that could be fitted in the navigation area as repeaters. Replace the wire halliards again with wire as they are getting on a bit now. Possibly replace the manual windlass with a nice Lofrans electric windlass and p...</p>