Oceanranger

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Introduction

Introduced in 1989 and in reality a modified version of the successful Corsair 36 design and hull. A "sugar-scoop" was added to compete with current designs of the late 80's. The same rig was kept and although 2 foot longer than the Corsairs there was no increase in waterline length. A lot of these boats had minor interior design changes when commissioned.

A very comfortable long distance cruising yacht, fast, dry and easily handled by two people. The Oceanranger was still in production when Westerly finally ceased trading in 2000.

Oceanranger Statistics

Designer: Ed Dubois OR48 "Conspiracy"
Keel: Fin
Cockpit: Centre
LOA (feet): 38' 0"
LWL (feet): 30' 9"
Beam (feet): 12' 8"
Draft (feet): 5' 0"
Displacement (lb): 15,900
Ballast (lb): 6,600
Berths: 8
Heads: 2
Rig: Sloop
Fuel (galls (UK)): 35
Main (sq. feet): 296,
No. 1 Genoa (sq. feet): 540
No 1 Jib (sq. feet): 328
Sail ID: OR
Water (galls (UK)): 70 in two tanks
Built: 1989 - 2000
Number Built: 84

The Corsair 36, Corsair II and Oceanranger Definitive Guide

A definitive guide to the Corsair 36, Corsair II and Oceanranger can be found on the Westerly Owners Association website here

Oceanranger Maintenance and Repair

Oceanranger Upgrades and Enhancements

Oceanranger Other Topics

References

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