'Tiggerr', a Westerly Oceanlord 41 Sailboat for Sale


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This is an opportunity to pick up my 1989 Westerly Oceanlord 41 sloop - a proven bluewater cruiser. 'Tiggerr' has crossed the Atlantic many times, most recently with me - she is solid and won’t let you down.

Currently, she is located in Secret Harbour, Grenada in the West Indies.

The Westerly Oceanlord 41 'Tiggerr' alongside in Secret Harbour, Grenada, West Indies'Tiggerr', a Westerly Oceanlord 41

'Tiggerr' was designed as an ocean cruiser, and lives up to her name and reputation, she is fitted out for blue water cruising, and crossing oceans, but you can always add more, my plan was to refit her during my travels which I have started, I have sanded the decks ready for painting, done some interior work, and had the sails recut and upgraded.

The saloon of a Westerly Oceanlord 41 sailboatThe saloon, starboard side looking forward

The saloon of a Westerly Oceanlord 41 sailboat, starboard sideThe saloon, port side

The galley of a Westerly Oceanlord 41 sailboatThe Galley

'Tiggerr' has the following fitted:

  • 300w solar, Renogy;
  • Leisure batteries;
  • Starter batteries;
  • Solar charge controller, Renogy;
  • 1000w 120v inverter;
  • 220v to 12v battery charger;
  • Raymarine Axiom 7 touch screen chartplotter;
  • C.A.R.D. radar detector;
  • VHF radio;
  • VHF handheld radio x 2;
  • HF radio Icom IC 718;
  • AIS receiver;
  • EPIRB;
  • PC Navtex USB;
  • Binoculars x 2;
  • Handheld GPS x 2;
  • Stereo radio CD player;
  • Flares, brand new and in date;
  • First aid kit, small;
  • Raytheon ST7000 Autopilot;
  • Raytheon ST60 Wind;
  • Raytheon ST60 Depth;
  • Raytheon ST60 Speed;
  • Wheel steering;
  • Mast head Teri lights;
  • Anchor lights; 
  • Nav lights, bow and stern;
  • Forward deck light;
  • Fire extinguishers;
  • Yanmar 47hp diesel, perfect;
  • 250 litre diesel capacity;
  • 450 litre water tanks; 
  • 5 x 30 litre fuel containers;
  • 2 x 30 litre water containers;
  • Manual windlass;
  • Anchor and 50m chain;
  • Hard spray hood with Bimini; 
  • 2 x heads;
  • 2 x showers;
  • Hot and cold running water;
  • Aft cabin en-suite with a queen size double;
  • Can sleep 8 persons, 2 x aft, 2 v berth, 2/3 saloon, 2 pilot berths;
  • Huge amounts of storage;
  • 3 x wardrobes;
  • 3 ring burner with oven and grill;
  • Magma stainless steel barbecue; 
  • Recently upgraded rigging, new shrouds and forestay;
  • She is copper coated; 
  • Life vest x 3;
  • Life vest self-inflating;
  • Life preserver;
  • Wet weather gear, ladies is new; 
  • 6-man liferaft;
  • Flotation cushions;
  • Horse shoe life buoy;
  • Personal MOB market light;
  • Floating marker flag,
The head of a Westerly Oceanlord 41 sailboatOne of the two heads

She will be sold with a huge inventory of spares and tools.

All my tools will come with her, drills, multi tools, impact drivers, angle grinders, spanners, socket sets, screwdrivers and much more.

Everything you need to keep the boat well maintained, and they are all relatively new.

A sleeping berth in a Westerly Oceanlord 41 sailboatOne of the eight sleeping berths

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