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Free To a New Home
Westerly Centaur 'Forever Autumn'
Free To a New Home
At a drying mooring at Wells-next-the-Sea
The mooring is paid until March 2024, and she can stay there after that.
She’s a lovely, dry Westerly Centaur. That is, nice and dry to sail due to the knuckle hull as well as dry bilges. The key features are
26 foot long, built in 1972
2 cylinder Volvo Penta 2002 diesel under the cockpit, run up in June 2023
"A" layout 6 berths
Full upholstery in good condition
Blinds on saloon windows
A Jabsco flushing heads unit
Water storage tank in hull
Stainless steel sink with electric powered tap
Cold storage under saloon seating
Lots of storage and stowage under berths and seats.
There is a heater unit in place. Although the current owner hasn’t used it. so not checked
Sails and sail bag
Instruments, VHF and bulkhead compass
Working nav lights
Set of fenders and man overboard lifebuoy
There are lots of extras, charts, books, old lifejackets and sleeping bags (clean). There’s a bosun’s chair, chart plotter and dividers, ready to go.
The current owner had a full survey done before buying her and paid £6,250 in 2017. However, the owner suffered a very long illness, and is parting with the boat now. She lives too far away to conduct viewings herself, and no local broker was willing to do it on her behalf, hence the Re-Homing.
To register your interest please fill in the form:
To repeal timewasters, a deposit of £200 will be requested to secure the boat, refunded upon removal/take over within two weeks.
We offer 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. Any potential new owner should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the they desire validated.
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