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1977 Westerly Berwick
The Westerly Berwick was designed in response to the demand for 31-foot bilge keelers in the mid 70's. The Westerly Berwick's long waterline length gives her a good turn of speed while the transom stem provides a roomy and safe cockpit. The raised coachroof increases the volume in the boat allowing full standing headroom right up till the forward cabin. A 2020 survey report is available on request.
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Accommodation comprises 5 berths in 2 cabins with 6'0" headroom. The forecabin has a double v berth with insert, storage beneath and hanging lockers. Saloon has single berths quarter berths. The forward port side also provides the space for the heads with a marine toilet, washbasin, and water supply. There is a hanging locker opposite the heads. The saloon has generous seating with brown check upholstery. The galley is aft on the starboard side and has a Flavel Vanessa two-burner gas stove with oven and grill, cool box, microwave, sink with cold-water supply, water available but not connected, tap also required.
Masthead rigged sloop with deck stepped alloy mast and boom with roller mainsail reefing and furling headsail. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging.
2 x Sheet winches
2 x Halyard winches on mast
1 x Mainsail (good condition, valeted 2020)
1 x Foresail (Good condition)
Located under cockpit floor is a Lombardini LDW 903M 27hp diesel engine year unknown, indirectly cooled. Single lever controls with electric start. Shaft drive to a 3-blade fixed prop. 100 litre fuel tank.
3 x 12v batteries, charging from engine alternator. Solar panel. Shorepower connection with 240-volt ring main.
Bilge keel, tiller steering.
This Westerly Berwick was built in 1977, white hull, white superstructure, with blue Treadmaster, self-draining cockpit. Cast Iron twin keels with semi-balanced rudder which improves manoeuvrability in tight spaces under power and easy handling, tiller steering.
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