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Re: Westerly section??

Great to see a Westerly section here.

We have a Centaur which is based in Cardiff Bay, Wales and sail it on the Bristol Channel. It is hard to go sailing here without seeing another Westerly and most often it's a Centaur.
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I am looking at ebay for it.Buyers pay bet 5-6k for them .

Owners relist them.
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Re: Westerly section??

I have been thinking about buying a Westerly. Here is the 30 footer that caught my eye:
1968 Westerly 30 Project Boat with optonal Trailer in South Jersey | eBay

What are your thoughts?
Centaur seems a bit small and slow for my liking.
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No diesel in that boat, but the price was right.
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No diesel on mine either and I've well used that engine bay for tools and stuff.
Slap an outboard on the back and go sailing. That's what the boat is for right?
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Yes, outboards have some real advantages, cost being #1.
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Owned my Centaur since 1989 and someone is about to buy her. Her front end was damaged in a collision with a powerboat so I sold her as project boat. Great little cruiser. I can't post links yet but 3 of my cruises on her are on Youtube: Sailing the Keys , Sailing to the Keys spring 2011, and Sailing the Keys Spring 2012 all by Centaursailing.
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Re: Westerly section??

I saw your poor boat and the associated damage on sailboatlisting.com. Wth did that damn power boat do! Looked bad. Were you onboard?
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