This Laurent Giles designed Westerly jouster is much more performance orientated than the usual Westerlies of that era. There were around 150 Jouster built between 1970-1975 and although fast these fin keelers are easy boats to handle and can be easily sailed single-handed if required.
Dimensions: LOA: 21ft Beam: 7ft 6″ Draught 2ft 4″ Weight: 2200lbs Ballast: 1000lbs
Engines: Faryman single cylinder 18W437 diesel
Accommodation: Useful overnight accommodation comprising of a two berth forecabin with heads between, S/S sink to stbd with a galley area for a portable gas stove to stbd and ample stowage throughout. There are two single berths/seating area port and starboard.
Deck/Cockpit Equipment: Self draining cockpit, Tiller steering, 2 x Lewmar winches, 2 x manual bilge pumps, mooring cleats, named dodgers, NASA Target speed and distance log, NASA Target depth log, Plastimo compass.
Built at a time when GRP was just poured into these boats, any Westerly is very robustly made and will last for decades to come. a jouster is a very sensible, safe and economical choice for someone wanting to try sailing for the first time or for a dinghy sailor moving up.
For further information please contact:
Harbour Marine Services Ltd, Blackshore, Southwold Harbour, Southwold, Suffolk. IP18 6TA. Tel: 01502 724721. firstname.lastname@example.org