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Westerly Falcon 34

Brief details

Builder

Westerly Marine, Waterloovile, Hampshire.

The Westerly Falcon 34 is a solidly built, spacious cruiser with good accommodation and sailing performance. Based on the same hull as the centre-cockpit Seahawk, the Falcon has a much more spacious saloon. The Falcon 35 is essentially the same boat, but with a sugarscoop boarding platform extension to the stern.

LOA

33' 8"

Sail area

727 sq ft main and genoa

LWL

27' 0"

Rig

sloop

Beam

12' 3"

Cabins

3

Draught

4' 11"

Berths

7

Displacement

12,588 lbs

Engine

Volvo diesel

Ballast

5,732 lbs

BHP

28

Keel type

Iron fin keel with spade rudder

Westerly Falcon

Built from 1985 to 1988, the Westerly Falcon 34 was the aft cabin version of the centre cockpit Seahawk which shared the same 34 ft Ed Dubois designed hull. The Falcon has an unusually large saloon, and manages to fit in two heads, one en-suite with the aft double cabin.

The Falcon is better looking than the Seahawk, and has a good performance under sail. The cockpit is spacious, and like all Westerlys, build quality is solid.

The 34 ft Falcon/Seahawk designs were stretched to 35 ft with the addition of a sugar scoop transom in 1988, and renamed 35s. The same hull was then used for the Oceandream and Oceanquest models which continued in production till 1999.

Westerly Falcon
Westerly Falcon

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Accommodation plan

The accommodation consists of a vee-double forecabin, aft of which is the forward heads compartment and hanging locker space. The saloon is one of the largest of any found in a 34-footer, and a double aft cabin and separate aft en-suite heads are tucked away below the cockpit aft

Aft double cabin and (below) aft heads

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The chart table is to starboard, with the doorway to the aft cabin next to it

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The galley is compact, but has twin sinks, refrigerated icebox, and two-burner, grill and oven cooker.

Westerly Falcon
Westerly Falcon
Westerly Falcon

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Westerly Falcon
Westerly Falcon

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