Barche a motoreCruiserDisponibileWeymouth
This Weymouth 32 is well appointed but requires some tidying, an early viewing is recommended The Weymouth 32 with her strong hull and is equally at home in offshore conditions or cruising the inland waterways - she would also make an ideal livaboard for an individual or couple.
Four berths in two cabins finished with carpets and curtains
Light and airy wheelhouse with helm position to port, removable helm seat, full instrumentation and engine controls. Starboard side "L" shaped settee which can be converted to a double berth, saloon table, opening overhead hatch.
Galley to port with stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressurised water system from immersion heater, fridge and Logic microwave oven. Two burner gas hob
Forward cabin with double berth to port, hanging locker and dressing table/desk opposite with stool, forward wetroom with electric toilet, wash basin, shower and ample lockers
Spacious aft cockpit with transom seating, double seat and cockpit table, blue cockpit cushions, drinks fridge.
Upholstery to wheelhouse.
Heads compartment with manual toilet, wash basin and lockers
Stereo radio/CD player with four speakers
TV aerial wired to wheelhouse and cabin Cockpit table mounted on pedestal
Two Perkins Perkins 6,354HT Six Cylinder diesel engines developing approximately 145hp each
Three bladed propellers on stainless steel shafts
Shafts fitted with Ambassador Rope cutters Twin Rudders Pressurised hot water system
Diesel warm air heating Four 12 volt batteries charged by alternator
240 volt shore power system with battery charger
Various 12 volt power outlets
600 watt invertor
Engine instrumentation including exhaust warning alarm The boat is very maneuverable with her twin engine installation and rudders.
Electric anchor windlass with anchor, chain and warp
Two Kedge Anchors
Mooring lines and fenders
Stainless steel boarding ladder
Cockpit canvas enclosure
Windscreen cover GPS
Standard Horizon Colour Chart Plotter with Maptech chip and laptop connection Tide Clock, Horn, Lifebuoys, 4 Lifejackets
Icom VHF Radio
Clock and Barometer
Full Navigation Lights
Autopilot fitted but not connected Exhaust overheating alarm
Electric and Manual bilge pumps
Exhaust overheating alarm
Electric and Manual bilge pumps
History and Construction
Aft cockpit version, with attractive blue hull, designed by John Askham, semi-displacement design renowned for its sea-keeping abilities, in deep "v" shape with round bilge. GRP hull, epoxied wood superstructure fitted by James & Caddy, decks with non-slip surface, Aluminium framed toughened glass windows.
The boat is basically sound and dry but would benefit from having some tidying PLEASE NOTE On lifting the boat out for storage 3 years ago it was discovered that the boat was suffering from Osmosis. The owner has had the hull professionally shot blasted and epoxy treated.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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