The Westerly 33, designed by Laurent Giles, was introduced to fill the gap between the W31 and the W36. It was considered one of the finest of Giles Westerly designs, and was one of the last production yachts to be offered as a ketch rig (2 masts) as standard layout. 240 W33s were built between 1977 and 1980. It was initially offered with an aft or center cockpit, but in 1979 Westerly began calling the aft cockpit version the Discus 33 and only sold the Westerly 33 with the c
A Bavaria 39 at anchor. Spacious, comfortable, safe and easy to handle, the Bavaria 39 Cruiser was an instant success upon introduction. Designed by J&J Design, it was first built in 2005. If you would like to commission a similar yacht portrait, visit the commissions section for more details.
Despite being developed in 1972, this David Thomas design is still fiercely competitive in races. Looking and feeling like a big Sonata and (often) without an inboard engine as standard, the accommodation is on the basic side for cruising. But with 4 berths, plenty of space and a separate heads and hanging locker amidships, there is no reason why a family should not make comfortable and fast passages. One hundred and fifty five were built in six years. (YM report November