Wayward II has been kept under cover where her current owners have kept in as original condition as possible. She is one f just 22 launches built by Andrews and Wayward II is one of the most original the market has seen for some time.
This particular launch is decorated with burgundy touches inside and out and has a unique feature allowing the panel above the engine box to be removed creating an open plan cabin and cockpit.
The only fixed seating in the forward cockpit is a helm seat which folds up against the side panelling. The cabin has two sofa bunks, one on either side with drawers below and a table with folding side tabs. There is no galley but there is an area with shelving where a suitcase single ring could be used (eg. an Origo cooker) and one could insert a Portapotti into the aft cockpit below one of the side lockers.
Its current owner had some hull work done and purchased a smart overall fitted cover. The petrol engine has been under the watchful eye of GMech in Henley for the past three decades.
Wayward II has a BSSC until 2025 and is available for viewing in Pangbourne.