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Fox's Yacht Sales Ltd

Fox's Marina
United Kingdom

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1988 Westerly Seahawk 34

£39,950 (Listed price: US$59,090)

Ipswich,E37,United Kingdom

Seahawk 34
saloon port
saloon starboard
saloon lockers
aft cabin berth
aft cabin seat & vanity unit
chart table
starboard beam
leather covered wheel
aft deck & stern seats
anchor locker & winch
sail cover
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Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
Beam 12.25 feetLength at Waterline 27 feet 
Designer Ed Dubois    

Detailed Specifications
Builder: Westerly Yachts
Designer: Ed Dubois
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Keel: Fixed keel

LOA: 33/08 ft/in
LWL: 27/00 ft/in
Beam: 12/03 ft/in
Maximum Draft: 4/11 ft/in
Ballast: 5733 lbs

Drive Type: Shaft

Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1

Wind speed and direction
CD player

Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker
Fully battened mainsail
Furling genoa

Steering wheel

Inside Equipment
Marine head
Hot water
Manual bilge pump
Microwave oven
Battery charger

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Outboard engine brackets
Swimming ladder
Manual windlass

Mainsail cover
Lazy bag
Spray hood
Cockpit cover

For Sale by

Fox's Yacht Sales Ltd

Fox's Marina
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1473 684300


This fin keel Westerly Seahawk 34 centre cockpit sloop was sold by us to her present owners, since when she has undergone many updates and improvements and is offered for sale in very good cosmetic conditiopn. British Part 1 Registered. 

Designed by Ed Dubois & Built by Westerly Yachts in 1988. Yard No FF55.



TEL: 01473 694694

Please contact Robert Shufflebottom at +44 (0)1473 694694


This fin keel Westerly Seahawk 34 centre cockpit sloop was sold by us to her present owners, since when she has undergone many updates and improvements. British Part 1 Registered.  Designed by Ed Dubois & Built by Westerly Yachts in 1988. Yard No FF55.


Built to Lloyds H.C.C.  White GRP hull with blue & gold style line, cast iron fin keel.  Semi balanced spade rudder with cable link Edson wheel steering with leather covered wheel and emergency tiller.  White GRP deck and superstructure with self-draining centre cockpit.  Beige Treadmaster on decks, coachroof and in cockpit.  GRP internal mouldings with teak and ash internal joinery.  Teak and holly sole boards.  Tiled work surface in galley area.
    Underwater surfaces epoxy treated and Copperbotted 2008 by Shotley Marina. All seacocks replaced.


Volvo 2003 three cylinder 28hp diesel flexibly mounted under cockpit.  Closed circuit cooling.  Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven 3 bladed fixed pitch propeller.  Single lever controls.  Electric start.     
    Recent upgrades: New Heat exchanger - 2012. New Sillette Sonic propeller 2010, 3 bladed in lieu of 2 bladed. New shaft coupling, Volvo stern gland and gear/throttle cables 2008.


Fuel - 160 litres in mild steel tank

Freshwater capacity - 300 litres in stainless steel tank


12 volt system: 2 x 110ah  domestic (new 2007) & 1 x engine 12 volt batteries wired via isolator to distribution panel – refurbished by KDD 2013.  Charging via 50 ah engine alternator.  Interior and navigation lights including, bow, stern, deck, steaming, anchor, deck flood and trilight. NASA battery monitor. Galvanic isolator installed 2011.
    Mains system - marine battery charger, immersion heater in calorifier tank, several 240v sockets below.


2 x Harken B40ST chrome self-tailing sheet winches – fitted 2009

2 x Barton 19 halyard / reefing winches

Spars & Rigging

Deck stepped single spreader masthead sloop.  Kemp silver alloy mast and slab reefing boom. Sprung rod kicker – 2009. 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging renewed 2008. Rotostay headsail furling gear new 2009. Polyester running rigging, including spinnaker halyard. Halyards & reefing lines led to cockpit. S/s angled chainplates fitted 2008.


Fully battened mainsail  - Ratsey & Lapthorne - original
Furling Genoa – Dolphin Sails 2008
Cruising chute with snuffer - Crusader

Beige stackpack mainsail cover & lazyjacks – Dolphin sails 2008


7 berths with large owners aft cabin.  Includes: Salmon fabric upholstery and patterned curtains.  6’ 4” headroom in saloon. Stereo radio/CD player with saloon & aft cabin speakers. Brass clock, barometer & oil lamp in saloon and Clock & baomter in aft cabin. Eberspacher diesel fired cabin heating (overhauled Dec 2005), with outlets in each cabin. Hot & cold pressurised water system , water heated by engine and 240v immersion heater. New headlinings in forecabin and aft cabin. New holding tank to heads (unused) fitted by Fox’s 2011. Status masthead TV aerial and booster - 2007.

From forward: Chain locker, FORECABIN: twin vee berth with infill, storage under, shelves outboard.  HEADS to starboard with Jabsco manual sea toilet with holding tank. Washbasin, shower, 12v shower discharge pump. HANGING LOCKER to port.  SALOON: settee berth to port with trotter box, C shaped seating to starboard converting to double, (saloon foam renewed). Fixed central table. CHART TABLE:  Aft to starboard with navigators seat, switch panel and provision for instruments. Large GALLEY to port with twin stainless steel sinks, gimballed Plastimo Neptune 2500 gas cooker with two burners, oven and grill – new 2007, Waeco CR65 12 volt fridge/freezer – new 2007, Panasonic 240v microwave, crockery, cutlery and lots of storage.  Walkway to AFT CABIN: Large double berth to starboard, seating to port plus washbasin. Hanging locker.

Navigation Equipment

At helm                     Plastimo binnacle compass – requires refurbishment
                                 NASA Clipper speed, depth, winspeed/dirction and
                                 Fluxgate compass installed 2008
                                 2004 Raytheon 6000+ built in 12v autopilot
                                 Raymarine A65 GPS plotter on helm pod – 2007
                                 Navionics Gold cartridge updated Mar’ 2012
    At chart table        Furuno radar
                                 Icom 505 DSC VHF radio with remote controller 2009
                                 MLR FX312 GPS
                                 2003 NASA NX300 Navtex
    Hawk VHF aerial new 2007

Deck Equipment

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires. Stainless steel twin roller stemhead fitting with anchor holding pins, Plough anchor, chain and Vetus manual anchor windlass in draining locker. Danforth kedge anchor.  Fixed windscreen. Beige folding sprayhood – new 2008, plus complete cockpit enclosure tent on s/s frame – new 2010. Cockpit cushions.  Teak cockpit grating, binnacle grab handle, split stern guard with gate and outboard storage bracket and fold down transom mounted swimming ladder.  Alloy bow, spring and stern mooring cleats, genoa tracks with roller cars and X section mainsheet track with traveller and adjusting tackles.  4 x teak coachroof grabhandles.  Large cockpit locker, draining gas locker and liferaft locker on stern deck.  Opening hatches to fore and aft cabins.  2 x dorade and a Tannoy stainless steel ventilator.  Mooring warps and fenders.  2 x boathooks.  2 x canvas winch handle pockets in cockpit. Recently fitted stern quarter seats and wooden wooden dinghy storage brackets.
    Original Perspex cabin windows replaced with toughened glass 2007.
    Forward and aft cabin deck hatch acrylic replaced 2007.

Safety Equipment

4 Man liferaft – serviced Dec 2008. Manual bilge pump. Horseshoe lifebuoy, Danbuoy with light.  Jonbuoy self inflating lifebuoy on pushpit. Fire extinguishers to cockpit locker, saloon, fore and aft cabins. Lifejackets – require replacement inflation cylinders.


The Seahawk has always proved popular for cruising, the combination of spacious accommodation, rugged construction and seaworthiness has ensured the models success with examples having cruised far and wide.  Under power they are a delight to handle around a tight Marina.
    “Savigny” is a well cared for example of the class with good inventory and many updates. Cosmetically she is in very nice condition inside and out.


In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor.  The vendor has provided the information enclosed and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed.  Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.