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Westerly Oceanlord

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  • Year 1988
  • Length 39.99 ft | 12.19 m
  • Beam 4.02 meter
  • Max Draft 1.85 meter
  • Engine Beta   4 Cylinder

Boat Details

The Westerly Oceanlord: If you have always hankered after a Westerly, then this is the one to aspire to. All set up and ready to go cruising having done it.

For those looking for that elusive combination of performance, handling and interior volume, there are only three boats to consider from the Westerly range. According to the depth of your pocket, you should buy a Griffon, a Fulmar or a Sealord/Oceanlord.
These are the Three Peaks of Westerly?s achievements on behalf of the cruising yachtsman.

The Westerly Oceanlord is the pinnacle of these 3 Yachting Peaks.

 

Hull, Deck and Keel

  • White GRP Hull with blue cove line and red stripe.
  • White GRP deck and superstructure.
  • Grey tread master on decks.
  • Retroussé stern.
  • Self draining cockpit.
  • Teak cockpit seats.
  • Solid teak rubbing strake.
  • Teak to rails and hand rails on coach roof.
  • Cast iron Fin keel and stainless steel wheel steering to spade rudder.
  • Teak internal joinery with teak and holly cabin sole.

DECK EQUIPMENT

  • Stainless steel pulpit, push pit and guardrails
  • Tigres electronic horizontal windlass and drum with additional rope drum (Fitted with Canvas cover)
  • Twin bow roller and chain pipe
  • Spade anchor with stainless steel securing pins on wire.
  • 90m of 8mm galvanised chain in locker
  • 40 lb. CQR anchor held on deck
  • 4 x heavy duty mooring lines
  • 2 x Webbing jackstays to full length on side deck
  • 8 fenders large 2’ 6 ins x 9 ins 1 fender 30 x15, 1 x 30 x 15, 2 x large round fenders
  • Nylon sheet hull protection
  • Tread master covered decks grey
  • Hatches Lewmar Ocean replaced 2011
  • Teak cockpit seating and grating, fitting for cockpit table with teak cup holders (table stored below when not in use)
  • Cockpit stereo speakers
  • VHF repeater speaker
  • Beta Marine instrument panel-key less/waterproof
  • Ritchie powered amp compass
  • Hand bilge pump
  • Edson side mounted dual action Engine control handle.
  • Raymarine electronic Autopilot display
  • Dateline waypoint gps repeater.
  • Raymarine depth wind and speed instrument repeater

COCKPIT LOCKER

  • Frigaboat fridge unit – enclosed
  • Holding tank and pump
  • Pressurised Deck shower hot and cold.
  • Calorifier
  • Manual bilge pump and handle
  • Emergency steering pole
  • Hose pipe with shore fittings
  • Electric ship to shore cable and fittings

GAS LOCKER 

  • Gas locker with key, vented-side deck. One calor gas 6kg, one camping gas 2.7kg with switch over.

STERN DECK 

  • Purpose made stainless steel gantry with 2 x 190 watt solar panels 2015
  • AIS, Navtex, garmin gps mounted on gantry
  • Hydrovane Wind steering gear
  • 2 x teak outboard motor mounts with lifting blocks and cords for engines
  • Flag staff and flag
  • Stainless steel drop down boarding ladders
  • Aerogen 6 wind generator
  • Stern anchor tape and reel 60mSSB Ariel mounted on rear back stays

 

Interior and Accommodation

Summary: 8 x berths in 4 cabins, 2 x heads, 2 showers

FORECABIN

  • Double berth with hatch above and Ocean air roller/midge screen Hatch
  • Shelving & stowage both sides
  • Large hanging wardrobe with shelves
  • Sail and sheets etc. storage under berths
  • Chain locker access
  • Hatch with Ocean air blind with insect screen

 

FORWARD HEADS

  • Jabsco marine toilet
  • Pressurised Hot and cold water to wash hand basin with shower head
  • Pump out shower tray
  • Cupboard storage under wash hand basin
  • Glass fronted storage cupboard below
  • Hatch

 

SALOON

  • Light and Airy saloon in teak with salmon upholstery
  • 2 settee berths with double to port and single to starboard
  • Fixed dining table with integral bottle storage
  • Water tanks under berths
  • Wet hanging lockers under companionway steps, Anchor buoy marker, Black motoring cone, Black anchor ball, Anchor hook and line
  • Storage lockers port and starboard
  • Storage behind settees
  • Storage under seats
  • Clock and barometer
  • 21” TV and DVD player mounted on bulkhead, with remote controls and DVD player
  • 12 volt fan
  • Kennard Radio/CD player and Stereo speakers
  • Wine rack to accommodate 4 glasses
  • Curtains throughout
  • Teak folding table stored for cockpit
  • Hatch with Ocean air blind and midge screen

 

GALLEY - Situated just aft of saloon

  • Tudor Maxi cooker- steel 2 burner gas cooker with grill and oven
  • Whirlpool microwave oven
  • 2 x stainless steel sinks with hot and cold water pressurised and foot pump.
  • Below sink fresh water filter unit
  • Large Fridge/freezer- Frigaboat under worktops insulated
  • Cool storage under worktop
  • Teak sink utensil storage unit
  • Bulkhead mounted teak herb and tea cabinets
  • Fully tiled surfaces
  • Large cupboard storage areas
  • Cupboard storage under units
  • 6 x saucepans various sizes
  • Spare water filter
  • Kettle
  • 8 x dinner plates 10”
  • 4 x soup dishes 9”
  • 6 x small plates 7.5”
  • 6 x fruit dessert bowls 6”
  • 4 x straight tumblers
  • 6 x mugs
  • 8 x knives forks dessert spoons tea spoons
  • 12 volt fan

 

NAVIGATION STATION

  • Good size chart table with chart storage under
  • Electronics as listed
  • Navigator’s seat
  • Navigator’s cupboard- 1x gas signal canister and horn. Purpose made boom preventer with warps and high load blocks
  • Navigator’s shelf with 2 winch handles, 1x bilge pump handle, Emergency steering lock, A4 procedures book (red) A4 Yacht details book (black)

 

PILOT BERTH

  • Pilot berth
  • Hanging locker and storage lockers
  • Large storage shelf
  • Under bunk storage
  • Under floor storage: 60m 8mm galvanised steel anchor chain (New)

 

AFT OWNERS CABIN

  • Double berth with storage under and lockers
  • Vanity table with drawer and mirror fronted cupboard
  • Settee with storage under
  • Wardrobe- hanging locker
  • Lockers across transom and below side decks port and starboard
  • Stereo radio with twin speakers
  • Hatch with Ocean air blind and midge screen
  • Spot lights
  • 12 volt fan

EN SUITE

  • Jabsco marine toilet
  • Wash hand basin with shower
  • Hot and cold water pressurised
  • Pump out shower tray
  • Glass fronted storage above
  • Storage below
  • Pump and valves for holding tank.

Navigation Equipment

  • Raytheon ST60. Speed,Echo & Wind Instruments
  • Masthead Windex
  • Raymarine ST6000 Autopilot
  • Phillips 600 GPS
  • Simrad DSC RD68 VHF 2002
  • Furuno NX-300 Nav text , 2003
  • C80 Plotter, 2006
  • Garmin GPS 12+2 Connectors to 12v & PC, 2000
  • Hydrovane Self steering equipment
  • Nav & Deck Lights
  • Digital AIS Transponder class B
  • Batman battery monitor management system with V, A, AH meter and Battery tester.
  • Kannard 406S EPIRB
  • SSB Icom Transceiver Radio - Icom 6000

Rig and Sails

  • Masthead Double spreader Kemp anodised mast with in mast reefing.
  • 10 and 8mm Stainless steel rigging 1 X 19 316 marine steel wire. English braid running rigging. With new bottle screws. Standing and running rigging renewed 2011 by XW rigging
  • Rotostay furling and drum renewed 2011 by XW rigging
  • Removable inner forestay with Highfield lever renewed 2011 by
  • Selden rod Kicker new 2011
  • 2 x telescopic spinnaker poles aids down Trans ocean sailing. One deck mounted and one mast mounted.
  • Mast steps
  • Hawk wind indicator mast mounted
  • 12 volt Ariel mast mounted
  • A stainless rod was fitted to anchor the inner forestay deck fitting to hull strong point.
  • All lines running back to cockpit with blocks and deck organisers
  • Rigging check carried out by Alamar Centre, Almerimar Nauticas Riggers 2015 and certified as: ’The complete rig is in very good order’.
  • Lewmar clutches port and starboard
  • Sails (storage under forward berth)

 

SAIL # GBR 866T

  • Doyle in mast mainsail batten free 2016 as new
  • Roller Genoa 150% Dacron by Olsen
  • Roller Genoa 120% Crusader Sails 2014
  • No 2 Working jib/staysail, Trisail (hanked on removable inner forestay).
  • No 3 jib MPS (hanked on inner forestay)/staysail with sheets Richardson
  • Storm sail as new with sheets- as new
  • Tri-sail with 2 x sheet and blocks and 3 x blocks and warps (runs up independent groove on mast}
  • Cruising chute/drifter and sheets
  • 2 x Genoa pole aft guys with clips
  • 2 x genoa pole fore guys with clips
  • 6 x spare genoa/jib sheets
  • 1 x mainsheet preventer

WINCHES

  • 2 x Barlow 32 two speed self tailing genoa sheet winches.
  • 2 x 25 two speed self tailing halyard sheet winches
  • 1 x Barlow 23 two speed self tailing main sheet winch
  • 1 x US & Foreign 2 speed genoa furling winch USA tonnage 39685340

Machinery and propulsion

Beta 4 cylinder 38hp inboard diesel year 2012

  • Engine hours 1100 
  • Engine regularly serviced
  • 80 Ah alternator
  • Engine mounts 2012
  • Shaft drive 30mm 2012
  • Propeller bronze 3 blade spec 19x14 RH 2012
  • Rope cutter
  • Volvo Dry Seal to shaft 2012
  • Rear tank-TECH tank 2012
  • Side tank stainless steel
  • Various engine spares

Systems and electrics

  • 1 x 105amp starter battery 2016
  • 3 x 105mp house bank domestic batteries 2016
  • Shore power with ship-shore cable
  • True charge 29 smart charge Battery charger
  • Sterling power inverter.
  • LED cabin lights throughout
  • LED navigation lights mast mounted
  • Sterling power inverter
  • 100-600 watt modified sine wave inverter 2
  • Flexible chart light
  • Dual night / Day light
  • intruder alarm
  • 12v spotlight mounted on bulkhead
  • LED working torch.

 

TANKAGE

  • Total Fuel Capacity 297 litres 67 gallons
  • Rear Fuel tank 168 litres capacity (full)
  • Side fuel tank 129 litres capacity (full)
  • Water tanks saloon total tanked capacity 546 litres 124 gallons
  • 2 x Water tanks saloon -starboard 280 litres, port 230 litres.
  • Water tank saloon amidship 36 litres capacity
  • Connecting tank amidships x litres
  • Adequate Bottle storage in bilges as required

Audio Visual

  • 21” TV and DVD player mounted on bulkhead, with remote controls and DVD player
  • Kennard radio/CD player and Stereo speakers

Canvas work

  • Spray hood with PVCU windscreen
  • Bimini on stainless steel frame
  • Has fully enclosed removable cockpit covers
  • 4 x cockpit cushions
  • Helmsman’s cushion

Safety

  • 6 man container life raft mounted in purpose made bracket to stern
  • Horse shoe life belt with drogue and emergency light
  • Danbouy
  • Radar reflector
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Electronic bilge pump with manual/auto
  • Webbing jackstays full deck
  • Fire blanket to galley
  • Fire extinguishers to fore cabin, main saloon,
  • Gas alarm
  • Anchor alarm
  • Smoke detectors
  • Flares

Additional Equipment

  • Avon dinghy hypalon 
  • 1 x vent scoop
  • Dinghy foot pump
  • Black bucket and lanyard.
  • Deck brush
  • Yamaha 4 stroke petrol outboard.
  • 4 x mooring warps

Additional

The Oceanlord and Sealord

Extracts taken from the Westerly Owners Association & Originally supplied by Michael Schmidt Yacht Brokers, Formerly known as THE WESTERLY BROKERAGE.


(First published in WOA magazine No. 58, Spring 1997, this updated version was published in WOA magazine No 68, Spring 2002)

By 1982 the Conway was looking a little long in the tooth to be the flagship of the new Westerly range, so that a 39 and a 36 were commissioned from Ed Dubois. The first to be built was the Sealord 39, exhibited for the first time at London 1983.

By the end of 1984, the bulk of Sealords had been built. The Sealord revels in heavy weather. You can push a Sealord far further than her little sisters in tough going. In squally conditions she will take the gusts in her stride and always come back for more, feeling stiff, manageable and wonderfully powerful.

In due course Westerly turned their design team on the interior in search of improvements. Happily for Westerly, Mike Parham, their chief designer at the time, is an imaginative and experienced man. He came up with the idea of enlarging her after cabin by cutting the mould just behind the cockpit and adding 15" in length. This allowed the barely adequate cabin to become a stateroom, with more room in the heads, a better berth, and more standing room.

In addition, Westerlys first ‘sugar-scoop’ was attached to the stern. There are two good things that such a seemingly unimportant appendage gives. One is easy and safe access from a dinghy, and for bathers; the other is waterline length. The safe access is no small advantage in a high-sided modern yacht, especially as those who can afford such luxuries are rarely in the first flush of youth. Waterline length, of course, gives more speed, directional stability and improved motion in lumpy seas.

Thus was the Oceanlord born. For the Company, the improvements meant more than 100 sales over the next 14 years. The customers got an enduringly popular yacht with world girding ability, which will wriggle into the tightest berth, and can be managed easily by small and inexperienced crews.

The rig has remained the same since the first Sealord with a simple sloop rig and a pretty well bullet-proof single panel mast (one set of spreaders).

The Oceanlord can put 8 knots behind her with empty lockers and a clean bottom. Handling in crowded marinas is calm and precise for both boats, with plenty of acceleration and stopping power provided by the 3-bladed prop.

If you have always owned Westerlys, then this is the one to aspire to. For those looking for that elusive combination of performance, handling and interior volume, there are only three boats to consider. According to the depth of your pocket, you should buy a Griffon, a Fulmar or a Sealord/Oceanlord. These are the Three Peaks of Westerly’s achievements on behalf of the cruising yachtsman.

Owners Comments;

We have owned CARA MOR for 9 years and initially enjoyed sailing her around the English and French Coasts.

We then sailed to Falmouth and onto Acaruna across the Bay of Biscay in a fast time of just over 3 days and up to 10 knots.

We sailed the Spanish Rias and down the coast of Portugal to the Algarve and on through the Straits of Gibraltar to Gibraltar and on to Almerimar to overwinter.

We sailed on to the Balearics, Sardinia, Sicily, Vulcano, and Straits of Medisa touching 10 knots,past Italy and onto Greece and the Ionian where we cruised the Islands for two seasons.

We then sailed from Corfu to Italy, Sicily, and Sardinia to the Balearics and onto Almerimar Spain to overwinter.

We then sailed along the Spanish coast via the Gibraltar Straits to Morocco and spent 3 months travelling in Morocco.

We sailed across to the Canaries Lanzerotte and Tenerife.

We sailed to Cape Verde, Mindelo Bay.

Our Atlantic crossing was safe and fast under twin head sails poled out with roller reefing used when the wind strengths increased under the hydrovane wind steering (no power required) with adequate power for instruments lights etc. from the solar panels.

We spent a month in Barbados and onto St Lucia and down the island chain to Grenada where CARA MOR was laid up for the hurricane season.

We then sailed up the Island chain visiting most of the Islands including the Tobago Quays before returning home to Southampton.

We have spent many nights safely at anchor. CARA MOR looked after us throughout, she carried the load with no difficulty and still remained very manoeuverable with a steady motion.

Her accommodation is voluminous which allowed us to entertain frequently on board. She carried all the gear we needed for safe fast and comfortable passages. 

The versatile rig with the inner forestay and double poles worked well.

Radar was used for navigation in fog with the added benefit of AIS. Across the Atlantic we used the chart plotter at the navigators table below. For most of the time we used the chart plotter at the cockpit station.

She is a strong, safe, forgiving, capable go anywhere blue water yacht that has a sea kindly motion. She sails extremely well fully loaded with all the equipment necessary.

She has an easy anchoring set up with ample chain and rope and automatic windlass.

She has been a delight to sail and live aboard. We have visited places we could have only have dreamed of before purchasing her and enjoyed being very proud owners and all she has delivered to us.

She has been much admired and been constantly updated and maintained.

She is ready for her next adventure

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

PLEASE NOTE:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.

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