|LOA||8.50m (27' 11")|
|LWL||7.80m (25' 7")|
|Beam||3.30m (10' 10")|
|Draft||1.00m (3' 3")|
|Engine size||24 HP|
|Drive type||Shaft Drive|
|Engine hours||Not recorded|
1983 - Westerly Konsort. The Konsort is undoubtedly one of Westerly's tremendous success stories. Over 700 were built, offering high performance cruising with above-average interior space for a 29 footer. She is easy to handle, comfortable and offers great sea-kindliness for her length. Bilge keels make her ideal for exploring local inlets and creeks, and allow for drying out if necessary. Six berth aft-cockpit cruiser with large self-draining cockpit. Transom hung rudder and tiller steering. Re-engined in 2009 with a 24hp Bukh Diesel engine. Priced to sell 12,950.00 Must be viewed: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
GPS with wind speed and depth. VHF. Compass. Raymarine ST1000 tiller pilot.
Bukh 24 hp diesel engine (fitted 2009). 67 litre fuel tank. 104 litre water tank.
2 x batteries.
Sleeps six in two cabins (quarter berth, double berth in forward cabin and two berths in saloon, one converting to a double if required). Central dining table with folding leaves and bottle storage in main saloon. Storage above and below all berths. Fitted galley with Flavel twin gas burners, oven and grill. Storage around galley area for pots pans and cutlery. Chart table with chart storage. Stainless steel sink with pumped water. Hanging locker. Separate heads compartment fitted with Jabsco sea toilet (2015), pull out sink with pumped water in heads compartment. Manual water system.
Manual bilge pump. Fog horn. 2 x life buoys. Life raft. Radar reflector.
Sails & Rig
Masthead sloop rig. Stainless steel rigging. Single spreader. Crusader reefing main sail (2008). Mainsail cover. Crusader roller reefing Genoa (2008). Crusader Jib sail (2008).
Deck & General
Anchor with chain. Spray hood. Deck locker. Boarding ladder. Cockpit table. 4 x winches. Fenders and warps.
1983 Westerly Konsort in very good all round condition. Excellent value. Must be seen: www.harbouryachts.co.uk
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