Nomad

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Introduction

One of the original designs from the founder of the Westerly company, Commander Denys Rayner. These designs became the core for the rest of the company's yachts and laid the foundation for all that is/was good about the Westerly build. The Nomad was the last of the Rayner designs being introduced in 1967 with all the improvements ideas and modifications together with the experience gained from the other designs. The Nomad was one of the first westerly models to be given a name, all the previous designs were given the notation Westerly22 or Westerly25 etc., etc.

Nomad Statistics

Designer: Denys Rayner More Westerly pictures can be found on the Westerly Owners Web site
Keel: Triple
Keel width: (inside) 40", Keel width (Outside) 53"-54"
Cockpit: Aft
LOA (feet): 22' 3"
LWL (feet): 18' 4"
Beam (feet): 7' 5"
Draft (feet): 2' 3"
Displacement (lb): 3,150
Ballast (lb): 1,050
Berths: 4
Heads:
Rig: Sloop
Fuel (galls (UK)):
Main (sq. feet): 120,
No. 1 Genoa (sq. feet): 166,
No 1 Jib (sq. feet): 107,
Sail ID: N
Water (galls (UK)):
Built: 1967 - 1969
Number Built: 287

The Westerly Owners Association Definitive Guides

A definitive guide to the early Westerly designs can be found on the Westerly Owners Association website here

Nomad Maintenance and Repair

Nomad Upgrades and Enhancements

Nomad Other Topics

References

External Links

Nomad page at anesi.com


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