Okay, here is the situation, that King fisher
deal fell through, the owner would not allow us to keep the boat in the slip for anymore then 3 weeks, even though it was paid for, we needed more time. Also, he was saying that he would not recommend us to motor
the boat to our mooring
, I thought that sounded abit weird, Overall the boat was just not for us.
So now I have in my sights a Westerly Centaur 26, with a 2008 Volvo Diesel
Needs a good clean and some paint
But the owner has told me there are signs of water
seepage around her keel bolts
. He informs me that the seepage appears to be slight. And tightening alone might fix it.
If the keel
had to be re-bedded how much would that cost? And is it a big deal?
evidence of sea-water seepage around her keel bolts
- See more at: Westerly Centaur B Layout for sale, 7.95m (26'1"), 1974 | Boatshed Wales
evidence of sea-water seepage around her keel
bolts - See more at: Westerly Centaur B Layout for sale, 7.95m (26'1"), 1974 | Boatshed Wales