East Yorkshire UK|
The Berwick is capable of 7.5 knots under sail and her powerful Volvo Penta engine will eat up the miles when the wind fails.
Large safe cockpit, wheel steering 5 berths, full standing headroom and storage aimed at the long range cruiser.
Full set of sails including main, mizzen and roller furling genoa.
Instruments include wheel pilot, VHF radio with AIS, Nasa Wind speed, Clipper Depth, Garmin echo map chirp 55 dv
|Vessel type:||Cruising yacht|
|Designer:||Jack Laurent Giles|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Volvo Penta MD11C|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||32' 6"|
|Length at waterline:||25'|
|Maximum draft:||3' 7"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Twin Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||20 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||25 Gallons|
The galley has gas fuelled Flavel oven with 2 burners and a grill.
Stainless Steel sink
The full size chart table slides in and out on runners and has a reading light.
Large seating area with drop leaved table. This incorporates two of the five berths with the settee opposite doubling as another.
In the bow is the forward cabin with two singles that convert to a double with the use or an infill.
Between the saloon and bow cabin is the heads with sink, vanity unit and sea toilet.
12v and 240 v lighting throughout.
Webasto cabin heating.
GRP with white & grey topside
Bilge keel with counter hung rudder.
Teak rubbing strake protects hull to deck joint.
Underwater areas antifouled in Spring 2022.
Stainless Steel bow rails joined by stanchions and double set guard wires.
Teak slat topped locker seating with a bespoke set of cushions.
All walkways finished in non-slip coatings.
Compass, depth sounder, wind speed, wheel pilot, warps and fenders, clock and barometer, bilge pump, boat hooks, navigation lights, boarding ladder, spraydodgers, Redstart dinghy.ketch
VHF radio with AIS
Garmin echo map chirp 55DV
Volvo Penta MD11C diesel
23hp raw water cooled workhorse is designed to push the boat along nicely when the wind dies.
Located beneath the companionway steps is easily accessible for servicing and daily checks.
Serviced at beginning of year.
Semi battened main sail with cover and lazy jack lines.
Roller furling head sail and mizzen stay sail.
Winches are close to the helm for ease when short handed.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.