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West Wight Potter

 

2,500 (Sold Subject To Completion)

 

Type:               West Wight Potter: 2 berth epoxy ply pocket cruiser built Martin Pook believed 1994

                        LOA 15’ 2” Beam 5’ 6” Draught 7”/3’1”

Sails:               Main, Roller Jib, Ghosting Genoa

Engine:            Honda 2hp (4-stroke) outboard

Trailer:            Single axle galvanised purpose built trailer with winch & jockey wheel – Professional service and new bearings March 2012 (Invoice on file).

 

Built by Martin Pook, Joka was the eighth west Wight Potter AX  - AX signifying roots in the original ‘A’ but with extras – 14 inches longer on deck than Smith’s original 14 footer and beamier.  

 

The West Wight Potter was designed as the smallest possible boat to offer overnight accommodation and is small enough to be wheeled into the average home garage on her trailer.  They have a self-draining cockpit with non-return valves and are by design suitable for creek or estuary sailing with good sailing performance.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed, these details are intended only as a guide. This boat and its inventory is owned and offered for sale by a private individual not acting in the course of trade. Purchasers and prospective purchasers are advised that there are no guarantees or warranties when purchasing from such an individual. We strongly recommend that independent professional marine surveyors and/or engineers be engaged to check the boat, its systems and its inventory (including any trailer) prior to purchase. After purchase there are no remedies for any faults found.  Preston Marine Services Ltd. act as an agent for the private Vendor and can not offer any guarantees. Preston Marine Services Ltd. cannot make comments or assurances about any trailer that may be apparently included in the inventory of any of the boats we are handling as brokers as being in road worthy condition. Any trailer apparently included as part of a boat’s inventory should only be considered to be a yard or launching trailer unless otherwise stated.