Berwick

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Introduction

One of the Westerly 31 family with the Longbow 31, Renown 31 and Pentland. The 31s were available in aft or centre cockpits with fin of bilge keels. They were also available with sloop or ketch rigs. Introduced as a progression from the Westerly Centaur range they were (and still are) very capable blue water cruisers. The aft cockpit Longbow was the first model to be introduced in 1971 followed by the centre cockpit Renown in early 1972. In 1973 demand for bilge keel versions was such that the aft cockpit Berwick and centre cockpit Pentland were launched. Well over 1,000 boats were made.

The Berwick has a theoretical hull speed of 7.5 knots under sail and about 6.5 knots under engine. Dependant on weather conditions, a 5 knot average for passage planning is easily obtained.

The engine compartment, which is spacious, is easily accessable from the cockpit hatch and the main saloon. Volvo MD2B engines were originally fitted.

Berwick Statistics

Designer: Laurent Giles More Westerly pictures can be found on the Westerly Owners Web site
Keel: Twin
Cockpit: Aft
LOA (feet): 32' 6" Ketch, 31' 0" Sloop
LWL (feet): 25' 0
Beam (feet): 9' 6
Draft (feet): 3' 7
Displacement (lb): 9,864
Ballast (lb): 4,436
Berths: 6
Heads: 1
Rig: Sloop/Ketch
Fuel (galls (UK)): 25
Main (sq. feet): 150 + Mizzen 54, Sloop 206,
No. 1 Genoa (sq. feet): 330 Ketch, 333 Sloop
No 1 Jib (sq. feet): 236
Sail ID: B
Water (galls (UK)): 30
Built: 1973 - 1980
Number Built: 309

Keel Width 92" (measurement point not stated)

Westerly Berwick Brochure here: Westerly Brochures

The Westerly Owners Association Definitive Guides

A definitive guide to the Westerly 31 Footers can be found on the Westerly Owners Association website here

Berwick Maintenance and Repair

Berwick Upgrades and Enhancements

Berwick Other Topics

References

Also refer to Renown 31, Pentland, and Longbow 31 classes as they are very similar.



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