"Cairine" is a good example of a Westerly Pentland. She comes well equipped and ready to sail. The Westerly Pentland is a heavy, powerful cruiser which sails better than you may expect. Although no longer in production these boats still represent excellent value for money, and as with all Westerlys from this period this boat would have been build to Lloyds specification.
|Make||Westerly||No Of Berths||6|
|LOA||32'6"||Reason for sale||Health|
|Draft||4'10"||No of Owners||3|
Propulsion: Beta 28hp marine diesel 3 cylinder engine (2008). Cruising speed 5-6kn, max speed 7kn. Engine has less than 80 hours use.
Electrics/Electronics: 2 marine batteries. Shorepower. Solar panel. Nav lights. Cabin lights. 2 x Sestrel marine compasses. VHF. Goodmans radio casette. Clipper speedo/echosounder. Raytheon Marine RADAR R10x. GPS. Autopilot. Clock/barometer.
Galley: Calor gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill. 2 x sinks. Utensils. Cutlery and crockery. Fresh water pumped manually from tank.
Sails and rig: Ketch rig. Proctor. Stainless standing rigging. Slab and roller main and headsail reefing. Original standard set of sails by Westerly Marine and also another set replaced by the previous owner made by East Coast sails both sets in good condition and white in colour. East Coast mainsail is fully battened. Additional fully choked cruising chute and storm jib.
Other: Flags. First aid kit. Harnesses. Lifejackets. Fire extinguisher. Manual bilge pump. Brand new Yamaha rubber dinghy. 25lb CQR anchor with galvanised chain and 10kg bruce anchor with warp and chain. Windlass. Davits. Boathook. Numerous fenders and warps. Heads with handbasin and shower. Many extras.
£13 000 ONO lying Tarbert