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Old 09-07-2020, 07:28   #1
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Westsail/Kendall 32 - Boston, Ma

Mona is a well found, well maintained cruising boat of traditional design. She was built from a bare fiberglass hull over a period of 6 years on the west coast by her original owner from a kit supplied by the Worldcruiser company, the makers of the Westsail 32. Her design is more similar to the original boats that Larry Kendall produced.

Her hull, rig and main appointments are identical to the Westsail 32, arguably the most prolific cruising sailboat ever mass produced. Her other design elements build on a rock solid concept and improve it in ways that make for a unique and in my opinion, superior, version of the production W32. The flush deck makes much more room down below and on deck, while increasing the strength of the vessel tremedously. The addition of a pilothouse and enclosed cockpit create much more comfort for offshore cruising. The A-frame bowsprit platform is a much more secure platform for sail and anchor handling. Because her hull and rig are identical, parts and spares are still easily available and supported by an active owners association and parts company run by Bud Taplin, who worked for the original manufacturer and continues to be an amazing resource for owners.

The result is an amazingly versatile vessel, which many have written praise about. She is practical and elegant, rugged but surprisingly graceful. Her design, construction, and fittings are of the highest quality, but she has proven to be affordable to purchase, own, and operate. For the last 8 years she has been owned, restored, maintained and upgraded by a marine tradesman, ABYC systems technician, and USCG licensed captain.


LOA - 40'
Length on deck 32'
Length on waterline 27'
Beam 11'
Draft 5'
Mast 52' above the water, deck stepped in tabernacle
Ballast 7000# , encapsulated lead
Accommodations Two double berths, One pilot berth, One settee convertible to double berth, Total: 7
Tankage - Two aluminum diesel tanks in engine room , 35 gal port and 25 gal stbd, Two HDPE water tanks in midship bilge 100 gal total.

Engine Yanmar 3QM30H. Regularly maintained and serviced. Bombproof cast iron block and head. A perfect mix of robust engineering and efficient design. Recent top end service and rebuild. Lots of spare parts.

Rig original aluminum spars, painted white. Stainless steel A-frame bowsprit and boomkin. Stainless 1x19 wire with swaged terminals. Bronze turnbuckles.

Sails Loose footed, battenless, roachless ocean-weight cruising mainsail with 3 reef points. New in 2018. Working Jib, Reefing staysail, 110% Genoa, Asymmetrical spinnaker with snuffing sock. Storm jib, like new.

Electronics Furunon Navnet 3d MFD Chartplotter, Furuno 60nm digital radar, Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS VHF radio, Fusion marine stereo system with Bose speakers, Simrad TP32 autopilot, Standard Horizon Handheld VHF HX851

Galley Force 10 gimballed two burner propane range with oven, Whale gusher foot pump 100 gal fresh water tank, cavernous icebox with extra built in insulation

Head Airhead composting toilet, Whale gusher foot pump seawater sink

Ground tackle Lefrans Tigres electric windlass with remote control, 55lb Delta on 250' 3/8 galvanized chain, 45lb Bruce w 50' chain and 100' 1/2in nylon
22HT Danforth, Fortress FX-55 Aluminum hurricane anchor

Power Generation 55A alternator and 175 watts monocrystaline solar panels, suntracker PWM charge controller
Batteries Duracell Platinum AGM Group 31. 1 x starting battery and 2 x house, Xantrex battery bank monitor, Blue Sea Automatic Charging relay. All battery cables fused and wiring is up to ABYC code

Shore power 30A with 50' cord, 2 x 15A circuits, ELCI main breaker, fail-safe galvanic isolator

Aries Self Steering Windvane

Jordan Series Drouge, Parachute sea anchor

Portland Pudgy Safety Dinghy with sailing rig

Revere 4 man offshore liferaft

Globalfix pro GPS Epirb

Countless spare parts, boxes of marine hardware, extra lines and everything needed to cruise (and then some)

Payment of summer and possibly winter storage included. I am also willing to negotiate delivery to an east coast destination.

My cruising partner and I have separated and this is a convenient time to sell the boat. Please get in touch if you are interested in a boat that will take you anywhere you want to go.
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Re: Westsail/Kendall 32 - Boston, Ma

Nice! BTW, CF requires a price be stated.
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Thanks!
$35,000
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Pretty!
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Please..for my education is the chain/sprocket from the cam driving a glycol pump at the bottom? Thanks, cool boat.
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Re: Westsail/Kendall 32 - Boston, Ma

My favorite westsail ive ever seen! Good luck, someones gonna get a great boat
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Love those Kendalls - I would prefer one over a W32 due to the increased interior space and flush deck. Looks gorgeous and should sell easy at that price.
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One of my fav's on the market, if still available when international borders reopen would love to view.
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Re: Westsail/Kendall 32 - Boston, Ma

where is the boat?
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Please..for my education is the chain/sprocket from the cam driving a glycol pump at the bottom? Thanks, cool boat.
Negative. That is simply a gear for "hand starting".

Attach metal hand crank.
Engage decompression levers on valve cover.
Crank vigorously!
Disengage decompression levers.
Engine starts!
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Re: Westsail/Kendall 32 - Boston, Ma

Nice idea, is the bottom sprocket then geared to the crankshaft?
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Nice idea, is the bottom sprocket then geared to the crankshaft?
Yes, that's correct.
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Price reduced to $30,000.
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I think that is the cleanest engine that I have ever seen in a boat add.
It looks like a very well kept vessel.

What is the headroom in the cabin?
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