Based on the initially successful Sealord, the success of the Corsair was such that something had to be done as the Sealord concept was a good design. The hull was extended somewhere around the aft cabin to give more space and Westerly's first "sugar scoop" was added. As over a hundred of these boats were made and the boat remained in production until Westerly ceased trading in 2000 it was more than just a Westerly makover and a very successful move.
A true blue water yacht and long distance cruiser.
See Sister yacht Sealord 39
|Designer:||Ed Dubois||Oceanlord 39 Picture Required More Westerly pictures can be found on the Westerly Owners Web site|
|LOA (feet):||40' 6"|
|LWL (feet):||35' 3"|
|Beam (feet):||13' 6"|
|Draft (feet):||5' 6"|
|Fuel (galls (UK)):|
|Main (sq. feet):||353,|
|No. 1 Genoa (sq. feet):||617,|
|No 1 Jib (sq. feet):||349,|
|Water (galls (UK)):|
|Built:||1987 - 2000|
The Oceanlord and Sealord Definitive Guide
The best place for this is Toomer and Hayter Ltd, They are the original company that supplied all the upholstery for Westerly Yachts when they first started out all those years ago.
The company is in Bournemouth Tel No 01202 515789 or 522576 Web site: www.toomerandhayter.co.uk or email: email@example.com