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Clarke & Carter Interyacht Ltd. - Essex - Clarke & Carter
+44 (0)1621 785600
The Westerly Corsair is a proven bluewater cruiser combining excellent seaworthiness, speed and handling, with plenty of space below decks. The accommodation layout is carefully arranged to satisfy both the long-distance yachtsman and the weekend sailor. Liaison is a fine example of Ed Dubois’ clever use of space and sailing ability. She has a large aft stateroom with en suite head, comfortable double V berth and head/shower forward, roomy saloon and large comfortable center cockpit. The port side of the saloon can be folded out into another double berth with a large pilot berth between the saloon and stateroom all of which make her seem much bigger than her stated 36’. Extensively refitted over the last few years including gelcoat stripping and re-lamination in bi-axial and epoxy of the entire bottom, Awlgrip refinishing of topsides and deck (2020), all through-hulls and seacocks replaced with Groco bronze fittings (2020), all deck fittings, hatches and ports replaced and/or re-bedded (2017), new teak toe-rail (2017), headlining replaced throughout (2020). Located in Grenada and waiting to go on her next adventure.
Viewing by appointment at our Grenada Office 473 422 6418
The layout offers up to 8 berths. There is full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout. Starting in the forepeak the V birth offers ample room for two people with top opening hatch, bookshelves outboard and plenty of storage under the bunk. To port is the fwd heads with manual Jabsco head, washbasin and shower with hot and cold pressurised water. To starboard is a full-length hanging locker. The saloon has two settee’s either side of the centre line folding leaf table. The port side settee can be converted into a double berth. The U-shape galley lies to starboard with double stainless steel sink, refrigerator with freezer compartment and 2 burner SS hob with oven and grill and counter cover for extra counter space and plenty of storage. The fwd facing nav stations lies to port. This is followed by a pilot birth leading to the master cabin. The master cabin has an athwart-ship double bunk with plenty of storage and bookshelves and private en-suite heads and washbasin. New headlining and curtains throughout.
Equipped with a Volvo Penta model 2003, 28 HP engine. Last serviced in May 2021. Connected to a Volvo MS2 gearbox driving a Flexofold feathering 3 bladed propeller.
Masthead sloop rigged. Deck stepped Seldon aluminium mast. Aluminium boom. Slab reefing mainsail and furling headsail.
Westerly Corsair 36, built by Westerly Marine Construction in the UK and launched in 1986. The hull is made from glass reinforced plastic using premium quality gel coats and polyester resin reinforced with chopped strand mat and woven rovings in high stress areas. The keel is cast iron, of moderate length and draft, and attached by marine grade stainless steel bolts to Lloyds recommendation. The deck is a sandwich construction of glass reinforced plastic with an end-grain balsa core plus hardwood pads in way of deck fittings and a hardwood king plank in the foredeck. Last anti-fouled 2020
We have cruised the eastern Caribbean extensively over the past 15 years and are selling only due to an upgrade opportunity. Liaison has been lovingly maintained and restored by her Volvo Penta-trained captain/engineer with many upgrades.
Liaison has a USA registration and there are no outstanding mortgages or encumbrances.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.