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Westerly Oceanquest

Brief Notes


Westerly Marine, Hampshire

The Oceanquest was designed by Ed Dubois as a spacious family cruiser. They have very good accommodation, with a particularly good double aft cabin in the more common centre cockpit variant, and the solid build quality and generally high standard of interior joinery of the later big Westerlys.

Length OA

34' 7"

Sail Area

720 sq ft main and genoa

Length WL

27' 0"




12' 3"




3' 11" bilge keel or 4' 6" fin




14,080 lbs

Engine type

Volvo Penta 2030


5,698 lbs fin keel or 6,512 lbs twin keel

Engine bhp


Keel type

Fin or bilge keel versions

Westerly Oceanquest

The Oceanquest is based on the Ed Dubois designed Seahawk/Falcon hull, from 1985, which in 1993 had a new deck, rig and interior design, to become the centre-cockpit Oceanquest. The yacht shown here is the much more common standard Oceanquest, although some aft cockpit Oceanquest 35ACs were also built - these having a different saloon layout and a double berth under the starboard cockpit seating


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At 35 feet the Oceanquest represents a large enough yacht to be a serious passage-maker, in comfort, and at the same time not too big for handling in harbour by a couple.

Westerly Oceanquest
Westerly Oceanquest

Above: Forecabin with 'dressing table' - the teak trim on the hull sides of this yacht is an 'optional extra' from the builders

Below: aft cabin of the same yacht, with a very large double berth, shelving, dressing table and lockers. There is a ventilation/escape hatch above, plus a small opening vent to the cockpit

Westerly Oceanquest

Westerly Oceanquest

The example shown here has a collapsible "camper" cover over the cockpit, making it virtually an extra cabin in harbour

Westerly Oceanquest

Oceanquest centre cockpit accommodation plan

Westerly Oceanquest

Oceanquest aft cockpit
accommodation plan

Westerly Oceanquest
Westerly Oceanquest
Westerly Oceanquest

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