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Westerly Oceanranger
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Description: Westerly Oceanranger
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Review Date: Tue November 5, 1996 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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The Westerly Oceanranger is a development of their 36ft Corsair model which was first built in 1984. The Oceanranger, with a sugarscoop stern adding two feet to the overall length, came out 1989. It has a fin keel with spade rudder, a deep centre cockpit and eight berths, although our boat was built with additional storage in lieu of the navigator's berth. She is a very seaworthy, extremely strongly built vessel, complete with Lloyds certificate, with a good turn of speed for a cruising craft. We have made numerous trips across the English Channel and to Biscay, sometimes in force 7 winds, but she has never once given us any reason to doubt her seaworthiness


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Review Date: Tue November 5, 1996 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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The Westerly Oceanranger is a development of their 36ft Corsair model which was first built in 1984. The Oceanranger, with a sugarscoop stern adding two feet to the overall length, came out 1989. It has a fin keel with spade rudder, a deep centre cockpit and eight berths, although our boat was built with additional storage in lieu of the navigator's berth. She is a very seaworthy, extremely strongly built vessel, complete with Lloyds certificate, with a good turn of speed for a cruising craft. We have made numerous trips across the English Channel and to Biscay, sometimes in force 7 winds, but she has never once given us any reason to doubt her seaworthiness


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