You would not be looking at westerly if going to the Med.Unless you are good at getting headlining to re-adhere to the deck head
This is not to decry these many excellent vessels.Many have transited the world,and by diligent maintenance
,have managed to still look presentable.
Many boats live on the hard
,most of the time in Bouches du Rhone,often owned by elderly folk who have maintained them well.
Some bring them back to Northern Europe
,but some ,at least, offer them for sale
Maritima Courtage to have an idea of which boats may suit.temperatures reach 28/40 C in South of France
, usually 30C midday.So big deck
space and many hatches are more important for dining Al fresco.
The present exchange rates make prices look good for a $ or £ purchaser.
Additionally, the boat may well be on a registry like France or Italy
,which will resolve some of the latent problems of foreign ownership
.( others may know more especially honest brokers,if that's not an oxymoron.
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