Sloop rigged, fin keel version of this popular centre cockpit heavy duty family cruising yacht.
In her current ownership for 17 years, laid ashore for the last four years and just relaunched – June
2020 – polished, serviced and ready to go.
Built by Westerly Marine in 1979. Part 1 British Reg. Laurent Giles design.
White GRP hull (Epoxy osmosis treatment July ’16 by Fox’s - 2 year warranty)
Cast iron external Fin Keel.
Wheel steering with cable links to half skeg supported rudder. Emergency tiller.
White GRP deck, forward / aft coachroof and self draining cockpit, Grey non-slip painted deck and coachroof surfaces.
Varnished Sapele mahogany interior joinery. Teak & Holly sole boards.
Mercedes 636 42HP four cylinder diesel engine, fresh water/heat exchanger cooled. 2014 reversing reduction gearbox and drive plate with shaft driven skeg supported 3 blade propeller. New water pump 2011.
6 knots cruising – max. 7 knots.
Serviced June 2020. Various spares including shaft.
Seacocks serviced June 2020
Fuel - 160 litres in steel tank – removed, cleaned & repainted 2015
Freshwater - 200 litres in s/steel tank.
Hot water tank – 25 litres heated by engine & immersion.
12 volt system: 2 x 12v batteries – new 2014 - charged by engine driven alternator. 12v lighting throughout. Navigation lights.
240 volt system: Shorepower lead and connection. RCB. Sterling 20ah marine battery charger. Immersion heater.
Plastimo bulkhead compass and Bosun Grid compass.
Garmin 48 GPS and Garmin 126 GPS
Raymarine ST40 windspeed / direction
Nasa AIS 3 receiver
Seafarer 700 depth sounder with displays on deck and chart table
XM DSC VHF radio
Deck stepped masthead Sloop.
Proctor alloy mast, slab reefing boom and spinnaker pole.
1 x 19 stainless standing rigging – replaced 2008.
Removable inner forestay
Rotostay headsail furling gear – new 2008.
Terylene running rigging.
Mainsail – slab reefing
Mainsail cover with Lazyjacks
Furling Genoa – new UV strip 2013
Large Genoa – old but serviceable
Spinnaker – old but little used
Six / seven berths in three cabins with separate access to aft cabin.
New foam mattresses. Separate sleeping mattresses for saloon – 2016.
Teak & Holly saloon floor
Hot & cold pressurised freshwater system.
Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating to aft cabin, saloon and forecabin.
Stereo radio/CD player/SD card new 2017.
Excellent stowage throughout.
Clock & barometer.
Forecabin - V berth foreward with infill to form double berth, hanging locker and storage shelves.
Separate head to port with manual sea toilet, stainless steel wash basin, hot and cold water with shower. teak grating. Hanging locker opposite.Toilet serviced June 2020.
Saloon with settee berths to port and starboard, lee boards (port berth converts to double) with drop leaf table midships.
Large chart table aft to port with bookshelf and navigators seat.
Galley to starboard with stainless steel sink, hot & cold water, large 12v fridge new June 2020 -under saloon seat. 3 burner gimballed gas cooker – new 2015 (gas system not guaranteed to comply with latest B.S.) with oven – electronic ignition. Good stowage.
Aft cabin with two single berths accessed from cockpit.
S/s pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires. Outboard stowage bracket
Deep centre cockpit with two cave lockers and steering pedestal.
Double bow roller.
CQR anchor, chain and warp
SL manual anchor windlass
Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats
Teak coachroof grab handles
Folding blue sprayhood – new window 2015 & zips 2017.
Blue cockpit enclosure tent – new windows 2014 & zips 2015
New forehatch and cover
2 x cupholders, 2 x winch handle pockets
Mooring warps & fenders, deck brush and boat hook.
** Storage cradle for laying ashore, boom up winter cover – buyer collects
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.