About Curlew WHS

The Curlew is a great boat for two couples each with a cabin and shower/toilet facilities, separated by the saloon/kitchen for privacy.

Please note: Boats in our Scottish fleet ending with ‘WHS’ were previously operated by West Highland Sailing, and are older than boats from our regular budget fleet. This is reflected in the price.

Layout of Curlew WHS

Curlew WHS - deck plan

Sleeps up to





  • 1 en-suite double cabin at rear
  • 1 double/twin cabin at front with neighburing shower room/toilet
  • Central saloon with settee converting into a double bed
  • Sliding door for deck access from saloon

Curlew WHS's key features

Curlew WHS - saloon

A compact kitchen, with refrigerator, burners and oven is next to a bright and airy saloon with table and ample seating , and a comfortable dinette opposite with ample seating for 6.

Curlew WHS - rear cabin

Two cabins, one at the front and another at the rear each have their own shower/toilet rooms , although the facilities for the front cabin are accessed via a door opposite the kitchen. Double converts into twins in the front cabin.

Curlew WHS - exterior

The boat can be steered from inside and from the sundeck, accessed via steps in the saloon.

Curlew WHS Specifics

Oven / Grill
MP3/USB features
Internet access
Flat Screen TV
Flat Screen DVD Player
CD / Radio player
Cabin air cooling
Air Conditioning
Cigarette lighter plug (12V)
12/220V Converter
220V on cruise (110V in Canada)
Shore Power (220V on dock)
Internal Steering Position
External Steering Position
Bow thruster (propels front of boat sideways)
Alfresco dining
Ambient light
Sun shade (Bimini)
Deck Shower
Fridge on sundeck
BBQ / Plancha
Portable cool box
Sliding roof
Water Tank
Water draft (bottom of boat to water line)
Max. Headroom
Fuel Tank
Engine Type
Air draft (height of boat from water line)
Toilets type
Safety Box

Good to know...

  • Rental of the boat and its onboard equipment
  • A fully equipped kitchen
  • Towels and linen for all passengers
  • A boat handling demontration prior to departure
  • Technical support
  • On-board maps and visitor information
  • Passage through locks (except in Ireland & the Netherlands where a small fee is payable)
  • For Canada, Italy and Scotland - a compulsory moorings fee has been added (included in price quoted). See compulsory costs for more details
  • Optional vacation extras
  • Boat damage waiver
  • Running costs (diesel, gas, engine wear and tear) - charged by the engine hour
  • Travel to and from the base(s)
  • Waterside serevices if you use them (i.e. moorings where a charge is applicable, pump-out if needed, water, etc)
  • Cancellation plan & any travel/personal insurance
  • Food and drink