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Westerly Corsair built in 1984. Possibly one of Westerly’s most sought-after models thanks to Ed Dubois working his magic on maximizing every square inch. The Corsair is the perfect couples liveaboard cruiser with this particular example pack full of equipment. Volvo Penta 2003 28hp overhauled in Marmaris Yacht Marina 2007, Portable Honda EU2000 2000W generator, 12v 110v and 220v onboard voltage, 2 x 115W Victron solar panels (230W total). Sleep 5 in 3 cabins plus 2 in the saloon. Currently lying in Marina di Ragusa, Sicily.
White GRP Hull with blue stripes
Non-slip on GRP deck
Cast iron fin keel
Volvo Penta 2003 28hp
Overhauled in Marmaris Yacht Marina 2007
3340 Recorded hours
Shaft drive to 3 Blade MaxProp
Portable Honda EU2000 2000W generator
Engine overhaul in 2017 in Marmaris Yacht Marine marina. The Air Breeze wind generator has been removed in 2018. However the control panel and all cabling are still installed on the boat and ready for a new wind generator installation if desired.
12v 110v and 220v onboard voltage
2 x Mastervolt AGM 12v 225amp/h domestic batteries
Mastervolt AGM 12v 90amp/h engine battery
ProNautic 12v 40amp battery charger
2 x 115W Victron solar panels (230W total)
The battery charger was changed in 2014 before our Atlantic crossing and replaced with a Pro Nautic battery charger which accepts 110V 60Hz and 220V 50Hz currents to charge 12V batteries. After reaching the Azores we were then able to connect this new battery charger directly to the shore 220V grid to charge our batteries.
151ltrs Aluminium fuel tank
2 x Aluminum water tank 315ltrs total
57ltrs Aluminium holding tank
Stainless steel standing rigging (2002)
Selden aluminium mast
Removable inner forestay
Adjustable whisker pole on the main mast
2 x Barlow 32, 2-speed primary winches
2 x Lewmar 16 spinnaker sheet winches
2 x Halyard winches (Barlow and Lewmar) 30, 2 speed
White Slab reefed (x3) 9.1oz Dacron UK Sails mainsail 2014
White 135% furling 7.3ox Dacron UK Sails genoa 2014
White 100% Hank-on 8.2ox Dacron UK Sails, jib 2014 (never used)
White and blue Nylon gennaker 2000
Orange Dacron storm jib 2000
The original babystay in front of the mast was replaced with 2 forward lower stays to avoid lifting of the foredeck by the force of the baby stay which has happened on a number of Corsairs and to clear the foredeck for our inflatable. This also makes tacking easier without the genoa hanging up on the babystay. This work was performed by a professional rigger in Charleston.
Sleeps 5 in 3 cabins plus 2 in saloon
2 x Heads with Lavac W/C’s
Burgundy velour upholstery
Mahogany interior joinery
Cruisair reverse cycle AC and heating
6’5” Average headroom
ENO gas cooker with 3 hobs, oven and grill
Adler Barbour fridge
Stainless steel sink
23ltrs Stainless steel calorifier
Cutlery and crockery
Pats pans and cooking utensils
Clock and barometer
Lewmar H2 electric windlass
20kg CQR anchor with 60m chain
20kg Rocna anchor
9kg Danforth anchor
6 x Fenders
Outboard engine davit
2 x Sets of navigation lights
2 x GPS
2 x VHF
The boat is equipped with 2 chart plotters: a Raymarine RL70RC at the wheel and a Horizon 300 at the chart table. Both are working and compatible with C-MAP cartridges. A Raymarine ST60+ tri-data graphic display repeater has also been added at the chart table.
Winslow 4-person liferaft (last serviced 2013)
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
6 x Life jackets
The condition or level of safety equipment on board is not to be negotiated on following survey. It is likely to be listed by most surveyors but is not structural or an integral working part of the vessel and is not to be used to further negotiate the price down after survey. We strongly suggest that for your own personal safety that when purchasing a yacht you provide new safety equipment rather than relying on second hand gear.
Should you become the new owner of this yacht then the responsibility to re-register or update official bodies for items such as EPIRB, VHF, MMSI or AIS becomes yours.
Achilles LSI 310E Tender
Mercury 6hp outboard engine
Carried on deck
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