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I''m going to look at a 1971 Westerly 25, w/single cast iron keel that is for sale. Know very little about Westerlys. Are they good boats? Would be used in bay and sometimes in the gulf of Mexico
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My parents had a westerly 32 some years ago and it was a solidly built boat. No ammenities but solidly built. The boat was not 31 years old though - and a lot can happen to a well built boat in 31 years. Also probably is not a good light air boat as English company builds for conditions there.
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Well, if you haven''t looked at her yet or are still deciding. They are well built boats. Westerly has a great reputation. Not a light air boat, heavy construction, lots of wetted surface.
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