1979 LATE BOAT - RE-LINED AND READY TO GO!
Built in 1979. VERY LATE BUILT BOAT, GRP construction with white topsides and superstructure, twin bilge keels, self draining aft cockpit with tiller steering, 5 berth "B" internal layout with around 6â0â maximum headroom, masthead Bermudan sloop rig.
Designed by Laurent Giles and built by Westerly Marine Construction. Yard number K2401. Hull number SOU218179.
LOA 26' 0â (7.9m)
Beam 8' 6â (2.6m)
Draft 3' 0â (0.9m)
Headroom 6' 0"
Displacement 6700 lbs
1979, late Westerly Centaur 26, professionally RE-LINED internally, stack pack, furling genoa, lots of gear including DSC VHF and Plotter, shore power and lots more!
Volvo MD11C 23 HP inboard diesel engine with raw water cooling. 10 gallon fuel tank. Alternator charging to 2 x 12 volt batteries. Shaft drive to 3 blade fixed propeller. Cruising speed under engine is around 5 knots with a maximum speed of around 6.0 knots. 663 recorded engine hours.
FUEL & WATER:
Fuel capacity 10 gallons
Freshwater 15 gallons
240v shore power with battery charger.
Plastimo compass, NASA echo sounder, NASA log, Simrad RD68 DSC VHF radio, FM/AM radio, Standard Horizon CP180 Plotter, clock, barometer, tide clock, navigation lights, chart light.
Plastimo 4 person liferaft in holder (service date unknown), cockpit harness point, horseshoe lifebuoy, manual fire extinguisher, rope cutter on propeller, fire blanket, manual bilge pump.
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guardwires, blue sprayhood, teak cockpit sole, boarding ladder on transom, midships cleats, tiller, lines led aft to cockpit, 2 mast winches, 2 halyard winches on coachroof, 2 sheet winches, Danforth anchor with chain, mooring warps and fenders.
Slab reefing mainsail with stack-pack mainsail cover and lazyjacks. Furling system with No 1 Genoa (2005). Alloy mast and boom by Proctor. Stainless steel standing rigging (2003).
240 volt ringmain. Her galley has a gas cooker with 2 burners and grill (new gas locker and certificate 2017), ice box, electric pumped water supply to the sink from 15 gallon (approx) water tank. Her separate heads compartment has a Jabsco marine toilet. Fabric upholstery with teak and holy cabin sole.
âBâ layout with 2 âVâ berths in the forward cabin, âLâ shaped saloon arrangement and 2 single quarter berths.
"Alban Rose" is an exceptionally nice and very late built Westerly Centaur 26. Her white topsides and superstructure have been polished, she has been antifouled and is ready to launch! Her interior linings have been renewed, her sails are good and her engine looks very smart.