Now re-marketed at a much reduced price, this yacht now represents a real bargain for family cruising.
The Westerly Berwick was designed by Laurent Giles and was first introduced in 1972. Westerly produced a range of yachts all using the same basic hull shape. Variants of the basic design included the Westerly Longbow, The Westerly Pentland and the Renown.
Only two previous owners, both elderly, who retained the boat for longer than they should have done. Consequently she has spent over 10 years of her life in storage. The current owner has extensively refurbished her over the last few years. She has been re-wired with marine standard cable, has new head liners and much more.
Her past sailing areas have been the Solway Firth, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
|LOA||: 27' 0" (8.2m)|
|LWL||: 25' 0" (7.6m)|
|Beam||: 9' 6" (2.9m)|
|Draft||: 4' 6" (1.4m)|
|Keel||: Twin bilge|
|Rig||: Bermudan Sloop|
|Engine Type||: Volvo MD11C|
|Engine||: Inboard diesel|
|Fuel Capacity||: 110 litres|
|Location||: North Oban|
A total of six berths in two cabins.
In the main saloon there are two settee berths, one port and one to starboard plus two quarter berths.
There are two more berths located in the fore cabin.
There is a separate heads compartment situated on the port side with a wet locker to starboard.
Calor 2 burner cooker with grill and oven. Sink with manual pumped cold water. Cool boxes behind galley sink and under cabin seat.
Roller reefed Headsail
Roller reefed Mainsail
Garmin 551 Chart Plotter, Auto Pilot, Depth Sounder, Furuno Radar (not fitted), DSC Radio, Compasses, Radar Reflector, Assorted Charts included.
12 volt system with wind generator and upgraded engine alternator.
Rutland Wind Generator. Numerous anchors, buoys, fenders and warps.
Full set of flares. Fire extinguishers and fire blanket. Boarding Ladder fixed at stern and moveable side mounted boarding ladder.
First aid cupboard in heads.
Drogue, Bosun's Chair, Portable Deck Table.
Avon Redcrest tender with Yamaha outboard available by negotiation.
Since 2008 the following work has been carried out:
New mast fitted. Rewired with marine grade cable.
Keels dropped and re-bedded.
New Fuel Tank.
Re-sprayed boom and wind generator mast.
New or recent equipment includes: Cobra DSC radio. Chart Plotter. Upgaded Alternator. New Sprayhood and frame. Sail cover, tiller cover and cockpit dodgers. Rutland Wind Generator. Furuno Radar (not fitted). Gas Heater (not fitted).
Barcaldine Marine, The West Coast Centre for Yacht Storage and Berthing. Based at The Marine Resource Centre on Loch Creran just north of Oban.
Boat visited and photographed by Robert White for Western Horizon Yachts, Scotland in December 2011
Office: 08444 144990
Mobile: 07968 123524 for Scotland, or 07846 943356 for North Wales
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