In its boatyard moorage among trees and garden spaces at The Glenacres, the Nesher's portside view takes in another of its own (see The Qualifier), much as it did for decades as member of Westport's working fleet. Its nautical heritage extends to its weathered hull and riggings still attached, and further to the interior where the original pilot house incorporates in the configuration of spaces designed to preserve the vessel's original functional feel and character. Stepping down to the living room area that once served as the "hold" to the sea catch, the berthing area situates forward (to the right). Two twin beds in the "below deck" area and one separate twin bed in its private loft above replace five "racks" in the forward-most space that originally served the boat's crew. Located atf of the central living area is the galley/kitchen area that previously housed the engine and above it the pilot house. (Full provisioning of cook and serve-ware is provided.) The head/bathroom area lies all the way aft, just forward the tiller. Ideal for the weekend two day tour but popular also for longer stays, the Nesher is your destination to uniquely connect with Westport's deep nautical heritage and coastal color.