Boats & Equipment for Sale

Listed below are boats and equipment currently offered for sale by club members. 
If you are a club member and have a boat or piece of marine equipment you wish to advertise please contact info@medwaycruisingclub.org.uk

Westerly Cirrus

Price: £3995.00

For more details please call: 07890 014384

Name: Sarah Anne
Length: 22 feet
Draft: 3ft 6ins
Beam: 8 feet
Year: 1967
Hull Material: GRP
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Displacement: 3583lb

General Description
Built by Westerly Marine in 1967 Sarah Anne has proved to be a good seaboat and has crossed the North Sea and Channel on numerous occasions.  Built in GRP with a fin keel and spade hung rudder. Tiller steering and self draining cockpit.

Engine:
Volvo 10hp twin cylinder installed new in 2003.  Electric start, seawater cooled.  Fixed pitch 3 bladed propeller.  100 litre stainless steel fuel tank giving a range of 200 miles at 5 knots.  Maximum speed under power 7 knots. Single lever control. Alternator charging 2 x 12 volt batteries. 240 volt shore power.

Accommodation:
Up to 5 berths in 2 cabins.  V berth forward. Marine toilet to starboard.  In saloon, dinette converting to double berth with galley and quarter berth opposite. Two burner gas cooker with grill. Sink. 20 litre freshwater capacity.

Sails & Spars:
Mashead rigged sloop. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging. In-mast reeefing mainsail. Furling headsail.

Deck Equipment:
Anchor with chain. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires. Boarding ladder. Various warps and fenders.

Navigation Equipment:
Steering compass, echosounder, boatspeed and log, VHF radio. Furuno GPS (2007), autopilot. Navtex clock and barometer. Masthead and deck level navigation lights.

Safety Equipment:
2 x fire extinguishers, Fire blanket, horseshoe lifebuoy.  Manual bilge pump and portable electric bilge pump. Liferaft

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