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Model: Westerly Berwick
Price: £15,000 (GBP)
Year: 1979
Hull: GRP

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Model: Westerly Berwick
Price: £15,000 (GBP)
Year: 1979
Hull: GRP
LOA: 31' 10" (9.7m)
LWL: 27' 0" (8.2m)
Beam: 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.4m)
Displacement: 13440lbs
Keel: Twin bilge
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Volvo 25hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 15gal
Water: 20gal
Location: Lancashire

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. As with all Westerly yachts of the period, they were built to Lloyd's specification. This meant that the building process was rigorously monitored, and all materials and components had to be approved by Lloyd's in order that a certificate could be issued. As a result like all her sisters this example offers excellent value for money combined with spacious accommodation and good performance. She has been cruised extensively in Irish Sea and the Isle of Man waters. She comes ready to go with an extensive inventory.
The sails were all replaced three years ago when the owner converted her with in mast furling.
She comes with a very full inventory including radar and a four man liferaft and a tender


Accommodation:
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.
Galley:
There is a gas cooker with two burners,grill and oven.
A fridge and sink.
Sails:
All the sails are only three years old and are in excellent condition, comprising an in mast furling main sail, a furling genoa and a cruising chute. The main sail was converted to an in mast furling system and all sails can be worked from the cockpit.


Instruments:
Compass, depth sounder, log, GPS, Raymarine VHF, Radar, Sea Me, two autopilots.
Electrical System:
2x12v batteries(new) plus shore power.
Equipment:
A four man liferaft, a tender in davits, solar panel, 2 life jackets.3x anchors and chain, anchor winch,




Amethyst on her berth - Seen from the port side. The tender is stowed on the cabin top because the Marina will not allow the owner to stow it in the davits because it obstructs the pontoon.

View of the mast - Note the mast steps giving access to the masthead.

Stern view - Note the davits for the tender.

The radar - Is mounted along with other systems on a separate stern mast.

Starboard side view - Note the radar on the mounting at the stern.

Bow view - Note the headsail furling drum, and the anchor winch

Foredeck view -

Looking aft - Note the life raft and the spinnaker pole.

The view down the starboard side - Looking aft, the tender would normally be stowed in the stern davits.

Mast detail -

Looking aft along the boom. - In mast reefing was fitted three years ago.

The Sprayhood -

The view down the port side - Looking aft. If the vessel was alongside bows in there is no problem with the tender which can be properly stowed aft.

The boom kicker - This is also part of the recent mast modifications.

The sprayhood -

The large cockpit - Seen from the port side

Cockpit view - Seen from the starboard side deck

The view under the sprayhood - Note that all control lines are to hand

The main hatch -

The port cockpit locker -

The stern cockpit locker - This is vast

The main saloon - Seen from the companionway hatch

The port side saloon berth - The saloon table is folded down

Saloon view looking forward - The galley is situated to starboard

The galley - Located on the starboard side of the saloon

The navigation station - Note the radar on the right

The deck head in the saloon - The Headlining in in good condition

The port side quarter berth - Looking aft

The starboard side settee berth - Looking aft with the starboard side quarter berth in the rear of the shot

Looking into the forecabin -

The fore cabin - There are two berths here.

The view looking aft - Taken from inside the fore cabin

The separate heads compartment -

The engine compartment - There is exellent access around the engine.

Another view of the engine compartment -

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Model: Westerly Berwick
Price: £15,000 (GBP)
Year: 1979
Hull: GRP
LOA: 31' 10" (9.7m)
LWL: 27' 0" (8.2m)
Beam: 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft: 4' 6" (1.4m)
Displacement: 13440lbs
Keel: Twin bilge
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Engine Type: Volvo 25hp
Engine: Inboard diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 15gal
Water: 20gal
Location: Lancashire

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