Available for inspection via prior appointment.
Water makers: 2 x Dessalator 200 litres/hr
Fresh water treatment: UV Light and Carbon Filter
Hot water: 3 x 200 litres Immersion Tanks
Waste water treatment: Hamann Black Water treatment plant
FIRE ALARM Smoke/heat alarms throughout yacht
HEADS TECMA Macerator type
This spacious and airy stateroom is accessed from the companionway entrance and runs the full width of the yacht’s beam. It is well illuminated by portholes and a large skylight. There is a large double bed, fitted wardrobes, drawers, dressing table and seating area with an office desk. The adjoining luxurious bathroom includes a marble topped bathtub, shower, twin basins and toilet.
Twin guest cabin, starboard:
Situated amidships with access from the companionway, it has two single berths, a wardrobe, drawers under the bunks, a bedside cabinet with glass fronted book case above and desk. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, basin and toilet.
Double guest cabin, port forward:
This second stateroom is lavishly appointed with its own sitting area and table. The large comfortable queen sized bed has numerous drawers and stowage below. There is a large bureau writing desk with glass fronted book case above, a set of drawers, wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with shower, basin and toilet.
Double guest cabin, port aft:
Accessed from the main companionway, this spacious cabin also has an en-suite bathroom with shower, basin, and toilet. It is well equipped with a writing desk with glass fronted book case above, full length wardrobe, hanging closet and drawers.
This magnificent traditionally panelled saloon spans the full beam of the yacht. The mahogany dining table to port seats up to eight guests, while to starboard, there are two solid mahogany coffee tables and a full length settee. There are numerous side boards, glass cabinets and lockers with a concealed hi fi and television system. At the entrance is a bar with a drinks refrigerator.
Situated next to the navigation station and main companionway, it has a single berth, wardrobe and chest of drawers. There is an en-suite shower room with a basin and toilet.
Galley & Laundry:
The large all stainless steel professional galley is fully equipped with modern appliances, including a large oven, Siemens hob, microwave oven, dishwasher, ice machine and coffee machine. It is situated forward of the salon, and is accessible from both the crew quarters and saloon.
The laundry area is equipped with modern professional washing machine and a tumbler/dryer.
There are eight crew berths in three cabins which are all accessible from a separate crew companionway. There are two bathrooms with basins, showers and toilets. A crew mess with TV is situated to Starboard with a laundry area forward.
SAIL AREA IN BREEZE
SAIL AREA IN FAIR WIND
ELEONORA is currently still undergoing works, which are expected to be finished in late May/early April.
WORK IN PROGRESS
• All mast hoops replaced
• New main boom constructed
• Haul out, antifouling
• Ongoing extensive maintenance and repairs of the engine, generators, pumps, winches, blocks, both tenders, etc.
REFIT 2018 DETAILS
•The replacement of all air conditioning compressors and auxiliary fittings (pumps and associated pipe-work)
•The replacement of the large storage fridge compressor and fittings.
•Rigs removed for inspection and overhaul. All fittings removed, sanded and painted. All rigging wires stripped back to bare wood and 8 coats of varnish applied.
•All electrical wires replaced in the masts to accommodate new B&G wind instruments.
•Masts re-stepped and re-rigged.
•New Satcom C and the fleet 250, 4G and VHF antenna.
•Extensive paint and varnish works on deck and below in the crew and guest areas.
REFIT 2014 DETAILS
The following works were done to Eleonora between December 2013 and April 2014, at the Tarragona Shipyard. All works were supervised by Bureau Veritas, to their complete satisfaction:
• 2 x 33kW Kohler Generators, 2014.(One in sound proof box (night generator))
• Main Engine moved forward for shaft pull and periodical survey done. Possibility to extend survey to every 10 years.
• New mounts on main engine.
• Shaft re-aligned. Tail shaft pulled and dye tested.
• New stern tube seals
• Thrust bearing overhaul (new oil seals, coupling bearings, speed sleeve)
• Engine room re-insulated and sound proofed, new perforated ceiling.
• All fans & pumps given new bearings, bushes etc. Now much quieter.
• Exhaust lagging and mounts renewed.
• Exhaust system inspected (Ultra sonic thickness testing).
• New sound & heat proofing done, fire system overhauled.
• Bilges and Engine room repainted.
• Seacocks serviced and worked.
• Black water tanks sandblasted & painted.
• Grey water tanks de-rusted and painted.
• Fresh water tanks re-painted.
• Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration systems overhauled.
This yacht is built on the lines of the legendary schooner Westward. Westward was launched on March 31 1910, as hull number 692 at the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co. in Bristol, Rhode Island, USA. She was arguably one of the most famous and best known racing schooners in the world. She was designed by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff, the ‘Wizard of Bristol’: the designer of the America’s Cup defenders which turned back all six challenges from 1893 to 1920. Westward was undoubtedly the fastest schooner in the world in 1910 and following years. With Captain Charlie Barr, who was one of the finest racing skippers in the world at her helm, she sailed successfully against racing yachts such as Britannia, Lulworth, Meteor II, and won numerous trophies. For thirty seven years, Westward graced the yachting scene and represented all that was best in yacht design and workmanship.
This yacht not only follows Westward’s heritage of big schooner racing but also offers, with her comfort and space, an unforgettable cruising and relaxing experience.
She was built at the Van der Graaf shipyard in Holland and was launched in March 2000. Since then, she has successfully participated in a number of classic sailing regattas and hosted on board a number of high profile guests during her charter activities.
She shows astonishing beauty under sail, her slender hull cutting a pathway through the sea in an elegant combination of beauty and power.
Over one hundred years after the launch of Westward, we are again able to appreciate the awesome majesty and grandeur of this superb classic sailing yacht underway, sails filled as she surges forward, her white wake streaming behind.
With no sacrifice to luxurious standards of comfort, her staterooms and the entire interior display the ambience and elegance of another age.