|LOA||7.04m (23' 1")|
|LWL||5.79m (19' 0")|
|Beam||2.44m (8' 0")|
|Draft||0.86m (2' 10")|
|Engine size||10 HP|
|Drive type||Shaft Drive|
|Engine hours||Not recorded|
1970 - The Pageant is one of the smaller of the Westerly range designed by Laurent Giles and produced in volume throughout the 1970s. Strikingly similar to the ever popular Centaur, she offers an excellent small cruiser with remarkable room below for her length, and has the typical Westerly virtues of strength and solidity. Bilge keels allow drying out on the tide and confident exploration of shallower waters. Accomodation below decks for 5 with removable table, galley facilities, 2-burner hob & grill, coolbox. Wet locker to starboard and separate enclosed heads compartment to port with sea toilet. 2015 survey available to download at www.harbouryachts.co.uk.
Clipper GPS, Depth, Log, Wind, VHF/DSC and handheld VHF.
Volvo Penta single cylinder diesel engine, 10HP. Serviced in summer 2015. New fuel lines & filters, new fuel pump (2015). 2 new outboard brackets (2015).
2 x 12v batteries (one new 2015) charged by engine alternator.
Gas cooker with grill and 2x hob burners.
Adult & child life vest. Horseshoe lifebuoy.
Sails & Rig
Roller furling genoa (new October 2015 by Kemps). Boom furling main. Storm jib.
Deck & General
Dodgers, Warps, Fenders, Anchor, Chain, Sail cover, foresail UV strip, 2 sheet winches. 2 anchors.
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