"The West Bay 31... is based upon a working lobster boat designed by Richard Alley. She is a fully self-sufficient off-shore vessel with all the amenities to provide for either a couple or small family... The deep forward sections combined with a full keel allow safe, long range, coastal cruising in a vessel that is easy to maintain and operate." West Bay Boats Website
Bellamy Eagle is a very nice Downeast style boat with great use of space and rustic charm. With her large cockpit and soft-back to the pilot salon there is great space above deck as well as a full galley, head and v-berth below deck. This yacht is a great coastal cruiser and will serve her next owners well.
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Your first impression of Bellamy Eagle is her white hull painted with Imron-type two part paint that is in very good shape. Her light gray decks and cockpit are clean and present very well. Other features include:
Currently yard maintained, the engine sees regular maintenance when she comes out of the water and before she goes back into the water.
Engine and Running Gear:
The electronics are conveniently located at the pilot station. Included in the suite of electronics are:
Stepping down the wide companionway steps you enter the interior of Bellamy Eagle with her Herreshoff style interior with white paneling offset by bright work trim. Directly to port is Bellamy Eagles galley that offers easy access to the pilot salon/cockpit. This are features:
Continuing forward in this open floor-plan is the v-berth that features good ventilation with opening port-lights port and starboard as well and an overhead hatch with a solar ventilation fan. Also featured in this area:
Moving back towards the cockpit outboard and to starboard is the head that features:
Stepping out of the head and outboard of the companionway to starboard is additional work surface, counter space or navigation station doubling as the forward end of the engine box. This area also features:
12Volt DC Electrical System:
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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.