The Westerly Tiger is a six berth fin keel family cruising yacht with better sailing performance than the bilge keel Centaur. These yachts were constructed to a very high standard and for this reason the older Westerly's hold their price very well. Overall the Westerly Tiger is a tough and capable cruising yacht.
Accommodation is for six persons in two cabins.
The forward cabin has two single berths in the usual 'V' configuration. This cabin will convert to a double berth with an infill if required
The saloon can sleep up to a maximum of three persons by way of one double and one single sea berth.
Head with sea toilet.
Galley to port in saloon and fitted with a two ring gas cooker with grill and oven. Sink and cool box.
The saloon is light and airy.
The dining area will seat a full crew and is local to the galley for ease of catering and entertaining.
It should be noted that the dining area will convert into a double berth if required.
Main steering compass.
V.H.F. radio telephone.
F.M. radio cassette.
The yacht is sloop rigged and all masts and spars are alloy.
All standing rigging is stainless steel.
All running rigging is in good order.
Two sails are listed and are as follows:-
One Genoa. (Roller reefed)
One mainsail (Slab reefed)
Single Volvo MD6A 10 H.P. Diesel engine with shaft drive to the propeller.
Fuel capacity 10 gallons
Water capacity 15 gallons
Cruising speed 5 knots
The ships electrical system is 12 volts throughout with power being supplied to 12 volt heavy duty battery via an engine driven alternator.
The engine was rebuilt in 2007 by Euroyachts engineers.
The cockpit is deep, safe and self draining.
Stern cockpit locker.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Full stainless steel guardrails.
Navigational lighting to M.C.A. standard.
Forward cabin hatch.
Coach roof grab handles.
Two primary winches.
Outboard engine bracket.
Stainless steel boarding ladder.
Anchor with chain and warp.
A selection of warps and fenders.
Standing headroom 5' 11"
The lower hull shows signs of osmosis and this is reflected in the vessels low asking price.
The Westerly Tiger 'Shere Kahn' is a good example of her class. Production started in 1969 and finished in 1976. Some 284 yachts in total were built. This Westerly Tiger would make an ideal safe starter family cruising yacht, Early viewing is recommended.