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Westerly Konsort - Twin Keel 
1982 - Sold in Only 23 Days!! 
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Westerly Konsort - 1982 - Sold in Only 23 Days!! 
 
A very nicely presented, twin keeled example of the very popular Westerly Konsort, well 
maintained and extensively equipped with many recent upgrades. Designed by Laurent 
Giles, built by Westerly Yachts Ltd. in 1982, 'Moonstone' with her yard number of D336, is 
an approx. mid-sequence example of the twin-keeled version of the ever-so-popular 
Konsort. 
 
Built by the 'phoenix' company that, from 1981, was seeking to demonstrate their 
determination to offer something better than the product of the previous company by use of teak veneered plywood rather than the Sapele of the earlier boats, a generous and fixed table capable of accommodating six diners and - very significantly in the case of the twin keeled boats - fitted with the foam-formed and integrally moulded GRP lateral stiffeners in the keel attachment areas. 
 
Moonstone's keel areas are 'as dry as a bone', the teak veneers in good order and such 
features have been enhanced by the professional re-lining of all accommodation areas, 
new upholstery, replacement of the primary wiring and electrical switch-gear, replacement of the standing rigging and the re-building of the engine. All this in addition to the replacement of the primary sails in her relatively recent past. 
 
Be Quick - early viewing is seriously recommended! 
 
Please contact us on 01752 228855 or email us for further details or to arrange a viewing. 

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Sails and spars 
Bermudan, masthead sloop rig on Selden spars (badged as by Kemp Masts), with a 
Rotostay reefing system fitted on the forestay. The standing rigging was renewed in 2016. 
Halyards and reefing lines are led aft to banks of stoppers and two single-speed winches at the aft end of the coach roof. 
A replacement mainsail (of undetermined age) is by Kemp Sails and is provided with three sets of reefing points and is covered with and supported on the main boom by a bluecoloured acrylic 'Packaway' sail bag and lazyjacks. 
The cross-cut roller reefing genoa, also by Kemp Sails, is of undetermined age, but again is a replacement of the original sail. 
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