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Hoopers Yachts
599 Manning Ave S, Afton, MN 55001
Phone (651) 436-8795
Toll Free (800) 377-8795
1969    WESTERLY NOMAD 22 "English Nomad"  $5,600.00 
Hull & Deck : White Hull & Deck   File Number: 3095 
Stripe Color: Blue  Located at : Madeline Island, WI  
LOA: 22' 3" LWL: 18' 4" BEAM: 7' 5" DRAFT: 2'3
SA: ² RIG: Sloop HULL: Monohull Ballast: 1050
Displacement: 3150 KEEL: Twin Bilge Keel
Designed by English WWII naval hero Denys Rayner, the Nomad is an offshoot of the Westerly 22. Rayner is also the developer of the bilge keel and founder of Westerly Marine which at one time was the most popular boat builder in the UK.  The twin, or bilge keel, was found on a few of his designs of which the 26’ Westerly Centaur is commonly found in the U.S.  Tide in the UK are quite high and when the tide is low, the bilge keel enabled the boat to sit level so live aboards could still enjoy the boat’s comfort.  In addition, with the sometimes difficult waters of the North Sea, the additional ballast made for a more comfortable, stiff ride in extreme conditions.  Noted for her quality build, Westerlys were accepted heartily by Lloyds of London.  The use of interior space was sought after offering more headroom and a great use of interior space.  This boat is located on Lake Superior which is the perfect place to use this vessel.  She does have a customer trailer to accommodate the twin bilge keels for easy mobility. She sleeps 4 in 6’8” and 6’3” berths and the cabin has 5’11” headroom. The main cabin has a stowable table. The owners own lake property and are getting out, hence selling.  All maintenance was professionally administered.  
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7 HP Volvo Penta MD1 diesel Inboard w/6 gallon tank
Tandem Axel Trailer w/spare & jack
Mainsail w/Blue Cover
Working Jib
Ghoster Genoa
4 Winches w/handle & holder
Tiller Steering
Bow & Stern Rail w/Lifelines
2 Opening Ports
Deck Hatch
12v Electrical System
Cabin, running, bow & anchor lights
LPG Gas 2 burner stove
16 gallon manual fresh water system
Marine head
Anchor, rode & chain

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