- 1 Introduction
- 2 Westerly Marine Construction Ltd
- 3 Westerly Classes
- 4 Looking After Your Westerly
- 5 Buying and Selling a Westerly?
- 6 Useful Resources
- 7 Guidance for Contributors
Welcome to the Westerly Wiki sponsored by the Westerly Owners Association. Our aim is to make the WesterlyWiki the prime source of technical information about Westerly Yachts. The Wiki is an open (public) resource and anyone may contribute material or correct existing entries.
Westerly Marine Construction Ltd
Pictures and Stories about life and times at Westerly Marine Construction Ltd
Looking After Your Westerly
Keeping it going and fixing it when it breaks.
Adding new stuff
Buying and Selling a Westerly?
The best maintained Westerlys are sailed by members of The Westerly Owners Association see the Westerly Owners Association "For Sale" pages here
- The Westerly Story Get a copy of "The Westerly Story" here
- Westerly's Today.Join The Westerly Owners Association here: and become a member of the Westerly Owners Association fleet.
Guidance for Contributors
This is an open Wiki so anyone can contribute. Please open an account and log in using your real name. The basic syntax is simple so with a little reading through the Help under Navigation and/or the FAQ link below any one can enter material and edit text. For more complex layout editing some knowledge of a language such as HTML will help or you can email the Sysops and leave a request for support at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contributors should endeavour to review the best available information on a topic and submit a digest of that information to the Wiki. Prime sources of information will include personal experience (preferred), magazines, the WOA Web site and discussion groups such as WOA and Yahoo. Material should not be lifted verbatim rather a digested version should be presented in the Wiki. There are generally several alternative approaches or opinions about any task and Wiki contributors should endeavour to identify these alternatives and provide hooks (follow on pages) to the alternatives. Even if the information is not available to the original contributor someone else can later add that information. Reprints of chatty Practical Boat Owner type articles are not recommended because this is not Wiki style. The "How I did it" article which is suitable for a magazine is generally just one view and the Wiki needs to recognise alternates. You should also add a Resources section where applicable providing links to suppliers web sites and a References section listing sources of material used in the compilation of the section.