I bought Wanderer from her 2nd owner who was a knowledgeable sailor and shipwright at KKMI in Richmond, Ca.. He sailed and maintained her for years before getting too busy with work. When I bought her she needed a new bowsprit , new stainless Rudder Gudgeons and Pintels , a new boomkin …all major repairs that most 40 year old Westsails will need. Very time consuming and expensive. I had all of the repairs done and more. She has had standing rigging replaced as necessary, and there is a box of Norseman terminals on board for all of the standing rigging as needed. She was repowered a few years back with a Volvo MD11c. Power is more than adequate. The engine runs like a swiss watch and looks clean enough to eat off of. Oil changed regularly. Does not smoke at all. Wanderer is basically an un-molested , stock Westsail 32, that her new owner can upgrade as he/she sees fit. Wanderer comes with a full suit of Tanbark, cruising sails in excellent condition. There are still a few little cosmetic issues to address as the new owner sees fit , but she is a salty , bullitproof Westsail that is ready to sail TODAY.
Factory dinette model. Fwd. V-berth with double to port (V-Berth needs new cushions)
Head and sink to port ( original head and holding removed porta potti in place)
Hanging locker and drawers to starboard
Main salon: Dinette turns into double berth. Pull-out settee and pilot berth to starboard. Storage under and behind both.
U-shaped galley with huge icebox , 2 burner alcohol stove , Stainless Steel sink with Whale manual foot pump.
Stand up chart table to starboard with chart drawers and wet hanging locker forward
Engine room behind companionway steps.
Deck & Hull:
Teak decks. Hull has no signs of Osmosis. Bottom painted 1.5 years ago. Petit Trinidad Black.
The exterior Bronze Portlight rings were removed because teak underneath had seen better days they are in the cabin awaiting re-installation