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Westerly Konsort Duo
The Westerly Konsort Duo used the same hull as the Laurent Giles designed Konsort Cruiser but attention was paid to improving the accommodation including the inclusion of the deck saloon.
The Duo has the underwater arrangement of the bilge keel version of the original Konsort and has the same sail area. It is almost 20 per cent heavier than the original Konsort but sailing performance is considerably better than that of many motor sailers. The bilge keels also have the advantage of being able to dry out upright at low water in tidal harbours. She can be steered from the wheelhouse or by tiller from the cockpit.
The present owner bought Lillebolero in Gibraltar in 2013, knowing she showed signs of osmosis and transported her back to UK. He had a complete osmosis treatment undertaken by the Hayling Island Yacht Company. This included sheathing with woven glass and epoxy resin. A survey completed in April 2014 concluded that the treatment had been carried out to a good standard. In all the boat was left to dry out for 18 months.
In her present ownership she has been well maintained and presents as being in excellent condition. Standing and running rigging was replaced in 2015.
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|LOA||: 29' 2" (8.9m)|
|LWL||: 25' 8" (7.8m)|
|Beam||: 10' 9" (3.3m)|
|Draft||: 3' 3" (1m)|
|Rig||: Masthead sloop|
|Engine Type||: Inboard|
|Engine||: Volvo Penta 2003 28hp (1988)|
|Fuel Capacity||: 225 litres|
|Water||: 200 litres|
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The deck saloon is well designed and in addition to the helm position has a dinette that converts to a double berth. Upholstery was replaced in 2014. Opposite is the galley.
Forward is a pilot berth to port and a large heads compartment with washbasin and sea toilet. There is a shower fitting. Hot water can be provided by a calorifier from the engine
The forecabin is particularly roomy with an offset double berth, space to stand, and storage.
The galley has a two burner stove with oven and grill, twin bowl sink and front opening fridge.
Crusader sails, all new 2015. Used twice.
Garmin chart plotter
VHF with DSC
Navtex (available but not fitted)
2 x anchors
Warps and fenders
MOB rescue sling
Electric bilge pump
Cutlery, crockery, pans
A copy of the 2014 survey is available on request.