A fine example of the popular Westerly Merlin, this model has a bilge keel.
Designed by Rob Humphreys, the Westerly Merlin is like a Tardis. The innovative layout offers a total of seven berths without any compromises on space or comfort.
This example is well equipped and has been maintained to a high standard by her present owners. The interior is well presented and includes items such as a new two burner cooker with oven and grill in its inventory.
The hull has been treated with Coppercote so no need for further anti-fouling
The Merlin offers a total of seven berths in three cabins, A large double berth in the fore cabin, a double berth to port and a single to starboard in the saloon and a further double berth in the aft cabin. The aft cabin is particularly spacious and light.
The comfortable saloon has a deck head tastefully finished in wood so no drooping headlining. The large saloon table folds down when not in use.
The navigation table is a good size and is located to starboard, with a wet locker at the base of the companionway, so wet oilskins can be parked conveniently.
The heads compartment is located to starboard aft of the saloon and is equipped with a sea toilet and a wash basin.
Located to port the galley is well equipped with a new twin burner cooker with grill and oven, stainless steel sink and fridge. Oven and sink have covers to create additional worktop space.
Main with stackpack and lazy jacks
Clipper duet log/depth
Clipper wind speed / direction
VHF DSC radio
Simrad tiller pilot
Anchor and chain
Rutland wind generator
Horse shoe life buoy
Warps and fenders
4 person life raft