Alcuin

Westerly Oceanranger 38

Based: Largs Yacht Haven Length: 11.58m Beam: 3.86m Draft: 1.52m Berths: 6/8 High Season: £2,000 per week Low Season: £1,600 per week Enquire

Description

Alcuin is a great, sturdy, traditional style yacht, designed to handle coastal cruising and long passages in safety and comfort. Safe and simple to sail, she is perfect for a family holiday or a cruise with a group of friends. She has a cosy, compact feel below decks and is capable of handling all weathers with ease. For those new to sailing she offers stability and ease of handling,  she is also well suited to smaller groups as she can be easily managed by a crew of two.  

Details

Beta 38 HP engine drives a 3 bladed fixed propeller.

Calorifier providing hot water.

Eberspacher central heating which is circulated to all three cabins.

Single wheel steering with an Autohelm ST7000 autopilot whose control unit is next to the helming position.

A mast-mounted Raymarine radar is connected to the chartplotter, which can show a radar plot separately or overlain onto a chart display.

4-person tender with oars and a 4-stroke Honda 2.3 outboard is included.

Cockpit table: A folding cockpit table can be mounted on the wheel pedestal.

The cleverly thought-out U-shaped galley features all you need for long passages or sustained cruising.

A modest draft cast iron keel for optimum performance.

For the brave, a bathing platform and fold down boarding ladder make swimming from the yacht easy.

Lofrans electric anchor rode windlass

Teak side-decks in individual 10mm swept laid planks reflect the build quality and an abundance of handrails and wide uncluttered decks allow safe movement about the boat.

Sail wardrobe includes in-mast furling mainsail, standard furling genoa, a storm jib (We can also offer a cruising chute with a sock – please ask for more details at time of booking.)

Accommodation – Sleeps 6-8 in cosy berths

* 2 berths in the forecabin which can be converted into a double bed.

* 4 berths in the saloon. The backs come off the settees to provide a wider sleeping area (the spaces behind the settees can be used for storing bedding during the day). An infill board makes the u-shaped port settee into a double berth. The backing board of the starboard settee slides into slots to make a secure berth which does not need a lee cloth. Behind the navigation table is a navigator’s berth with a large trotter box.

* 2 berths in the aft-cabin on separate berths on the port and starboard sides, each with a lee cloth.

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