About this Sailboat:
For sale a 1973 Westerly Warwick twin bilge keel sailboat for $7,000.00 OBO
LOA 21′ 6″
LWL 18′ 9″
Displacement 3700 LBS
Sail Area 210 sq ft
Hull Speed 6.06
Displacement/LWL ratio 244
Sail Area/Displacement Ratio 13:86
Capsize Screeing Value 2.03
Ballast Ratio 44:05
Ted Brewer comfort index 20.15
V-verth, enclosed head with a porta potty with deck pump out, settee with removable table, 2 very big quarter berths, large cockpit with bimini.
Really all this boat needs is a good home and her wiring upgraded.
I have been living on here and been anchored out in 45mph gusts and always felt safe and secure on her.
Never go hard a ground again. She draws only 2’9″. When the tide goes out you are sitting level. Makes her a ideal boat if you have a lot of shoals in your area.
Tired of reefing at 15 knots of wind, this boat is coming alive. I reef at 25 knots. This boat was made for the North Seas.
She is built like a tank. She is slooped rigged, the mast is stepped to the cabin top on a tabernacle, which means 2 people can raise or lower the mast.
Headroom is 5’10” all the way to the V-berth, she has as much room as most 30′ boats.
This is one of the smallest bluewater cruiser that you can trailer. She has a knuckle bow which keeps you dryer when busting through them big waves. She also comes with her Lloyds of London Certificate.
This is a boat that will carry you and your family safely to any where. Why pay expensive marina fees when you can put her on a trailer.
I am living on her in Key West.
I can also deliver her anywhere on the gulf or east coast for cost and exp.
I would like t
Equipment on Board:
9.9 Yamaha 4 Stroke
2 6gal fuel tanks
1 Claw Anchor
Sink with handpump 5 gal removable watertank
2 burner propane camp stove
1 Autohelm auto pilot
1 800watt 2 stroke generator
Ship to shore electric
Sail are all in good shape
1 light wind main
1 heavy wind main
1 storm jib
1 working jib
A swim latter that dropd 4 steps in the water