Seahawk 34

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Introduction

The Seahawk developed into 9 different yachts all using the Seahawk hull and was originally introduced to replace the Discuss (W33) and to fill a gap between the Fulmar and the Corsair models.

A very successful boat which sailed well and with an interior that appealed to long suffering wives who weren't that keen on sailing.

Sister yachts include the Seahawk 35, Oceandream, Oceanquest 35 CC, Oceanquest 35 AC, Falcon 34, Falcon 35, Kestrel, and Riviera 35.

Seahawk 34 Statistics

Designer: Ed Dubois More Westerly pictures can be found on the Westerly Owners Web site
Keel: Fin / Twin
Cockpit: Centre
LOA (feet): 33' 8"
LWL (feet): 27' 0"
Beam (feet): 12' 3"
Draft (feet): 4' 11" / 3' 11"
Displacement (lb): 12,698
Ballast (lb): 5,733 / 6,171
Berths: 7
Heads: 1
Rig: Sloop
Fuel (galls (UK)):
Main (sq. feet): 240,
No. 1 Genoa (sq. feet): 492
No 1 Jib (sq. feet): 296
Sail ID: SK
Water (galls (UK)):
Built: 1984 - 1988
Number Built: 125

Keel width at leading edge 77", width at trailing edge 84"

The Seahawks and their Sisters Definitive Guide

A definitive guide to the Seahawk and relatives can be found on the Westerly Owners Association website here

Seahawk Maintenance and Repair

Seahawk Upgrades and Enhancements

Seahawk Other Topics

References

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