Mon 28th May 2018
19 Weekender

19 Weekender

1979 - 1986


The 19' Weekender was designed to be a trailable, high speed offshore cruiser robustly built and incorporting as standard many items usually regarded "extras".

The cabin is well equiped with a dining area which converts easily into a comfortable double berth. There is plenty of storage space beneath the seating and in the hanging wardrobe.

The sea toilet has been incorporated in the cabin seating rather than being squeezed into a small compartment.

The galley unit is fitted with a gas two burner and grill together with a stainless steel sink and drainer piped with pressurised water. Food storage is provided by the cupboards beneath and the whole area is neatly covered by hinged lids which give a good working surface.

Outside, the cckpit is self-draining and spacious. There are two fully adjustable helmseats and a wide rear seat across the transom. The latter converts in to the second double berth or a sunbed by day.

The helmsman has a comprehensive dash panel and is well protected from the elements by the toughened glass windscreen which extends past the helmseat.

The fixed stainless steel hoop has two functions in that it creates a rigid grab rail for the personnel during passage and when boarding or moving to the foredeck. It is also an integral part of the canopy concept. The canopy, which is standard equipment can be used to cover the helm only leaving the rear of the cockpit open during passage in adverse conditions.

Other safety features include the stainless steel pulpit and the facility for carrying an auxiliary outboard engine by attaching it to the moulded in bracket in the fibreglass bathing platform.

There is excellent access to the engine compartment by lifting the rear seat on to its holding stay or by removing the seat completely.

The 19' Weekender can be built to any one of several colour choices and engine options.