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- Builder: Westerly
- Designer: Ed Dubois
- Construction: GRP
- Length (Feet): 25.92
- Length (Metres): 7.9
- Beam: 2.9 meter
- Max Draft: 1.45 meter
- Displacement: 2675
- LOA: 7.9 meter
- Fuel Capacity: 1 x 68 L (15 Gal)
- Water Capacity: 1 x 68 L (15 Gal)
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Volvo
- Engine Model: MD7A
- Fuel: Diesel
- Total Power: 13
1980 Fin keel Westerly Griffon 26.
Built to replace the popular Centaur, the Westerly Griffon 26 was designed by Ed Dubois and offered more modern lines and much improved performance, particularly with the fin keel version, as this boat is.
White GRP hull with blue style line
External cast iron fin keel
Transom hung GRP rudder with tiller steering.
White GRP deck, superstructure and self-draining aft cockpit.
Blue/grey painted non-slip deck surfaces.
Mahogany internal joinery.
Underwater surfaces Coppercoated
Volvo MD7A 13hp 2 cylinder diesel engine
Sea water cooling and wet exhaust.
Electric start and single lever control – new Nov’ ’18.
Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven 3 bladed propeller.
Fitted Stripper rope cutter. Greased stern gland.
Max’ speed approx’ 6 knots, cruising speed approx’ 5 knots.
VDO engine hour meter – 1,498 hrs
Serviced, new water pump, new exhaust and elbow Nov’ ‘18
Fuel: 68 litres
Water: 68 litres
12 volt system – 2 x 12v batteries – new Nov’ ‘18 charged via alternator and wired through isolation switch to recent switch board. Clipper battery monitor.
LED Interior lighting. Navigation lights.
240 volt system – Shore cable wired via RCB to 240v socket.
Spars and Rigging
Deck stepped sloop, Kemp mast and slab reefing boom.
Rotostay headsail furling system.
Stainless steel wire standing rigging – age not known
Adjustable backstay tackle.
Running rigging with lines led aft to 6 x cockpit Jammers
Spinnaker pole and running gear
Mainsail – full battened & slab reefed. Spare older mainsail
Furling Genoa with sacrificial strip
Cruising Chute with snuffer
Blue Sailcover + older stackpack mainsail cover.
Lewmar – 2 x 30 Genoa
2 x 8 secondary
2 x 7 halyard
1 x 7 reefing winches
Plastimo Contest compass
Garmin GPSmap 751 touch screen GPS Plotter
Raymarine ST60+ depth sounder
Clipper boat speed/log
Cobra DSC VHF radio
Autohelm ST1000+ tiller pilot
Windvane trim tab self steering system
Clock, barometer, temp and humidity gauge.
(Clipper windspeed/direction & GPS repeater require attention)
Up to 6 berths in 2 cabins
Blue/Grey patterned upholstery – recently replaced.Manual cold water system
Good headroom in saloon
Saloon headlining replaced
Forecabin - Vee berth with stowage under and shelf.
Heads –to port with Jabsco sea toilet, slide-out GRP sink with manual cold water supply. Hanging locker opposite to starboard.
Saloon with settee seating to port converting to a double and extending aft to a quarterberth. Settee berth to starboard with trotter box and added chart table over reducing berth length. Large central table - folds up against main bulkhead with folding leaves. Stowage under bunks in cave lockers and shelves.
Galley with Origo 2 burner Paraffin cooker. Cool box, sink with manual cold water supply. (Gas system disconnected).
Deck and Equipment
Deep aft cockpit with cave locker.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires.
Stern mounted swimming ladder.
Bow, stern & spring mooring cleats.
Teak grabrails and rubbing strake.
Adjustable Genoa and mainsheet tracksTiller extension.
Bruce anchor with chain
Winch handle pocket & handles
Blue folding sprayhood – new Nov’ ’18.
Mooring warps & fenders.
Cockpit harness points
Manual bilge pump
Side deck wire Jackstays
Motoring & anchor shapes
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Fully battened mainsail