31' West Bay 1987



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31' West Bay 1987 Bellamy Eagle


     "The West Bay 31... is based upon a working lobster boat designed by Richard Alley. She is a fully self-sufficient off-shore vessel with all the amenities to provide for either a couple or small family... The deep forward sections combined with a full keel allow safe, long range, coastal cruising in a vessel that is easy to maintain and operate."  West Bay Boats Website

     Bellamy Eagle is a very nice Downeast style boat with great use of space and rustic charm. With her large cockpit and soft-back to the pilot salon there is great space above deck as well as a full galley, head and v-berth below deck. This yacht is a great coastal cruiser and will serve her next owners well.



West Bay


Jim Beal Hardtop Fisherman

Cruise Speed:

16 KTS

Max Speed:

21 KTS

Range NMI:



10' 10"

Engine Details:

Volvo TAMD61A

Engine 1:

3012.00 HRS 305.00 HP

Engine 2:

3012.00 HRS 305.00 HP

Engine Fuel:

Inboard Diesel

Fuel Capacity:


Water Capacity:



     Your first impression of Bellamy Eagle is her white hull painted with Imron-type two part paint that is in very good shape. Her light gray decks and cockpit are clean and present very well. Other features include:


  • Airex-cored hull
  • Bronze seacocks
  • Bottom was blasted and epoxy-coated, prior to bottom paint ~ 2009
  • Green bottom paint
  • Rub-rail with stainless steel cap port and starboard


  • Fiberglass over mahogany pilothouse
  • Varnished exterior mahogany trim, half-rounds and pilothouse deck beams
  • Varnished mahogany on inside of pilothouse
  • (3) Piece soft-back curtain for pilot salon that rolls up
  • Varnished teak handrails on pilot house roof and coach roof port and starboard
  • Switlik (6) man life raft (sold AS IS, not certified)


  • Fiberglass over mahogany decks
  • Bow roller
  • 10kg Bruce anchor
  • Hawse pipe
  • Stainless steel bollard
  • Toe rail with stainless steel cap port and starboard
  • (6) Rod holders built into deck
  • Saltwater washdown
  • Gin pole to port which houses masthead light
  • (4) Beckson opening hatches

     Currently yard maintained, the engine sees regular maintenance when she comes out of the water and before she goes back into the water.

      Engine and Running Gear:

  • Single Volvo TAMD61A
  • 305 HP
  • 6-Cylinder diesel
  • Freshwater cooled
  • Cruising speed: 15-16 knots @ 2100 RPM
  • Maximum speed: 21 knots @ 2600 RPM
  • Twin Disc MG901 reverse gear
  • 1 3/4 Inch stainless steel Aquamet shaft
  • (4) Blade 22 inch x 26 inch left handed bronze propeller
  • Conventional bronze stuffing box


  • Racor 900 fuel-water separator
  • Fiberglass exhaust hose
  • Oil changing pump
  • Morse controls
  • Hynautic hydraulic wheel steering
  • Stainless steel wheel
  • Fiberglass rudder

     The electronics are conveniently located at the pilot station. Included in the suite of electronics are:

  • Furuno 1712 radar
  • Furuno GP-1650D Color DGPS Plotter
  • ICom IC-M127 marine VHF
  • Standard Horizon hailer and foghorn
  • Sitex CVS 208 color fish finder
  • Ritchie Compass

     Stepping down the wide companionway steps you enter the interior of Bellamy Eagle with her Herreshoff style interior with white paneling offset by bright work trim. Directly to port is Bellamy Eagles galley that offers easy access to the pilot salon/cockpit. This are features:

  • Overhead dome lighting
  • Opening port-light
  • Shelf storage above work surfaces
  • Corian countertops
  • Ice-box
  • Alcohol (2) burner stove
  • Single basin sink
  • Hot and cold fresh pressurized water mixer head  with dual knob controls
  • Storage below work surface

     Continuing forward in this open floor-plan is the v-berth that features  good ventilation with opening port-lights port and starboard as well and an overhead hatch with a solar ventilation fan. Also featured in this area:

  • Rod holder overhead
  • Shelf storage above and outboard of bunk
  • Reading lights port and starboard
  • Dark blue cloth upholstered cushions for bunk
  • Dark blue cloth infill for v-berth
  • Storage below berth
  • Hanging locker aft of v-berth to starboard

    Moving back towards the cockpit outboard and to starboard is the head that features:

  • Overhead lighting
  • Opening port-light
  • Built-in towel rack
  • Locker storage above work surface
  • Mirror
  • Single basin sink
  • Hot and cold pressurized fresh water mixing head with single lever control
  • Manual marine head
  • Storage below work surfaces

     Stepping out of the head and outboard of the companionway to starboard is additional work surface, counter space or navigation station doubling as the forward end of the engine box. This area also features:

  • Locker access above
  • Access above for the front side of the engine

     12Volt DC Electrical System:

  • (2) 12 Volt 8D lead acid batteries in boxes under cockpit
  • Battery switch
  • Bass DC circuit breaker panel
  • 6-Gallon hot water heater
  • (1) 12 Volt bilge pump


  • (2) 50-Gallon tanks


  • 20-Gallon tank (approximate)


  • 15-Gallon tank (approximate)
  • Y-valve discharge overboard
  • Manual pump

  • (4) Fire extinguishers
  • Manual high volume bilge pump

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