|Location||North Wales, UK||Beam||11’2″|
|Engine||Volvo 36hp||Keel type||Bilge Keel|
Westerly Discus (1981) Bilge keel Sailing Yacht. Volvo 36hp diesel. In mast furling mainsail, furling genoa and cruising chute. Seven berths in two cabins and saloon. Heating. Electric anchor windlass. Furuno Radar. Raymarine C70 GPS chart plotter. MLR fixed GPS. AIS receiver. Seafarer depth instrument. Nasa Clipper wind instrument. Nasa Target 2 speed/ log. Raymarine Ray54E DSC VHF radio. Autohelm ST5000 autopilot. Hot/cold water system. Life-raft. Lying North Wales, UK.
Volvo 36hp diesel, shaft drive to a three blade propellor.
2x 12v batteries, alternator charged.
Sails and Spars
Aluminium mast and boom. In mast furling mainsail, furling genoa and cruising chute. Self tailing genoa sheet and halyard winches.
The cabins are warmed by a Eberspacher diesel heating system. The private forecabin has a double ‘v’ berth and a hanging locker. The heads compartment has a marine toilet, sink and shower. The saloon has two settee berths (with a double berth conversion to port) and a central saloon dining table. The galley is aft and to starboard, it is well equipped with:- a FlavelVanessa two burner cooker with oven and grill, a sink (with hot/cold pressurised water supply), a cool box and storage lockers. There is a full sized chart table at the Navigation station to port aft of the saloon. The passage to the aft double cabin with twin hanging lockers is behind the chart table.
Anchor with chain. Electric anchor windlass. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires. Spray dodgers and sprayhood. Boarding ladder. Warps and fenders.
Steering compass. Furuno Radar. Raymarine C70 GPS chart plotter. MLR fixed GPS. AIS receiver. Seafarer depth instrument. Nasa Clipper wind instrument. Nasa Target 2 speed/ log. Raymarine Ray54E DSC VHF radio. Autohelm ST5000 autopilot. Navigation lights.
Fire blanket. Clock and barometer. Jackstay lifelines. Liferaft. Electric and manual bilge pumps.
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