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  • Manufacturer: Westerly
  • Location: Dartmouth, Devon
  • Year: 1986
  • LOA: 33'8" (10.26m)
  • Berths: 7
  • Draft: 1.19
  • Keel: Bilge Keel
  • ID no.: 171013
  • Cabins: 3
  • Heating: Eberspacher
  • Heads: 2
  • Showers: 2
  • Watertank Size: 292 Litres
  • Engine Make: Volvo Penta
  • Horsepower: 28hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 158 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 6k
  • Top Speed: 7k

Broker Remarks

Westerly Falcon 34 for sale. A nice example of a bilge keel version of this popular model from Westerly. Recently updated with new upholstery, new curtains, new covers, new unused mainsail and more. Priced sensibly to reflect the current market and an increasingly rare opportunity to buy a quality bilge keeler with great accommodation including a very spacious saloon.  Danny Desoutter reviewed the Westerly Falcon for Cruising Magazine in 1987 and contemplated calling hais article 'Two heads are better than one' as it was amazing that space was found for two heads compartments in this 34 footer.  He goes on to say...........''all running rigging is brought aft to the cockpit, including three leech reefing lines, but you must go up to the mast to bring down any of the luff cringles down to the hooks at the goose neck, then back to the cockpit to swig up the halyard  As on other Westerly boats moving about the deck is easy though so the slab reefing is quick and easy even when single handed.  Westerly have deliberatly kept the foot of the genoa fairly high, you can see clear ahead beneath if you sit to leeward.  The boat proved to be extremly manoeverable under either sail or power, to such an extent that an insensitive helmsman could throw a crew meber off his feet!  Such responsivness has two facets; it is delightful to be able to twist and turn so lithely, but on the other hand you do have to concentrate if you want to hold a steady heading.


Sleeps 7 in 3 double and 1 single berth in 3 cabins including the saloon

Double cabins fore and aft
Saloon with 2 settees, 1 converts to a double berth
Teak interior joinery
Blue upholstery (2012)
Eberspacher cabin heating (needs servicing)
Curtains (2012)

Galley area with 2-burner gas cooker, oven and grill (2009)
Stainless steel sink

2 x Heads compartments with marine wc, handbasin and shower

Mechanical and Rigging

Built by Westerly Yachts in 1986
Designed by Ed Dubois
Small Ships Registered # 711407

GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Bilge keels
Wheel steering

Volvo 28hp diesel engine
Single lever morse control
Shaft drive to 3-blade fixed pitch propeller with rope cutter

Cruising speed under power approximately 6 knots
Maximum speed under power approximately 7 knots

12v system supplied by 4-batteries
Switched and charged by engine alternator
Shorepower and cable
Wind Generator (2013)

Fuel capacity 158 litres
Fresh water capacity 292 litres

Water System:
Pressurised hot and cold water throughout
Water heated by calorifier and 20v immersion heater

Sloop rigged with Kemp anodised aluminium spars
Stainless steel standing rigging
Terylene running rigging
Slab reefing mainsail
Headsail furling gear
Spinnaker pole

Mainsail (2012) unused
Furling genoa
Cruising chute


Navigation Aids:
Pedestal mounted steering compass
Windspeed and direction
I-com VHF

Ground Tackle:
Anchor with chain
Manual windlass

General Equipment:
Navigation lights
Masthead light
Deck flood and steaming light
Warps, Fenders and Boathook
Radar reflector
Boarding ladder
Pulpit, pushpit and guardwire
Outboard motor bracket
Clock and barometer
Cockpit table
Radio and CD player
TV aerial
Sprayhood (2012)
Mainsail cover (2012- unopened)

Safety Equipment:
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Horseshoe lifebuoy
Fire blanket

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