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|Length||40 ft / 12.34 m|
|Location||Rosneath, Argyll and Bute (Lying DRB Marine.)|
|Tax Status||Tax Paid|
|LOA||40 ft 6 in / 12.34 m|
|Length at Water Line||35 ft 1 in / 10.7 m|
|Beam||13 ft 5 in / 4.1 m|
|Max Draft||5 ft 6 in / 1.68 m|
|Min. Draft||5 ft 6 in / 1.68 m|
The Westerly Oceanlord is a real classic British cruiser that has stood the test of time. With her roomy center cockpit, and an interior capable of sleeping eight in comfort, Lacondore represents what is just about the best in cruising yachts.
Lacondore is a well maintained, highly spec'd example which has had many upgrades and enhancements since she was commissioned. Her white hull with broad burgundy stripe, white superstructure and flexi-teak decking make Lacondore a very attractive yacht.
Dimensions / General Info
Designed by Ed Dubois the Westerly Oceanlord 41 Lacondore is the perfect example of this classic British cruising yacht. Sought after for their blue water capability as much as their easy handling for short-handed sailing, these robustly built boats are on everyone's shortlist.
Lacondore is hull number 39 of well over 100 Oceanlords built and fitted out by Westerly Yachts to their usual impeccable standard.
- LOA: 12.34 m.
- LWL: 10.7 m.
- Beam: 4.1 m.
- Draft: 1.68 m.
- Displacement: 9,470 kg.
- Keel Ballast: 3,629 kg.
- Wheel steering.
- Steel diesel tank capacity: 200 litres.
- Two water tanks. Total capacity: 500 litres.
Hull / Construction
Hand laminated in a combination of unidirectional, bi-directional and chopped strand mat the GRP hull of the Westerly Oceanlord is as tough as they come. Qualifying for Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) Category 'A' these boats can take you anywhere, any time.
The 'U' shaped underbody sections, modern cast-iron fin keel and semi-balanced spade rudder reduce wetted area and promote a comfortable ride when things get rough and a sparkling level of performance.
The deck is constructed in GRP with a Firet Coremat core, which has enough compressive strength to permit the installation of deck fittings with simple backing plates rather than removing the core and building up GRP laminations.
The hull benefits from preventative osmosis treatment carried out in 2006 using International Paints Gelshield 200.
Main Cabin – Accessed via companionway ladder from the centre cockpit. Port side - Immediately to port is a door leading to the stern of the yacht. In front of the door on the port side is the Pilots seat and desk. In front of this is a horse shoe seating arrangement around a drop-leaf table; these seats can be converted into a double-berth.
The starboard side hosts a u-shaped kitchen area. The run along the hull to starboard is mainly tiled work surface, incorporating a lifting lid giving access to a large, top entry, refrigerated box with adjustable temperature regulator. The cool box is powered by a 12v cooling unit located in the cockpit locker. The owner has added additional insulation on the outside, and inside (removable) to minimize battery drain. A Philips microwave unit is fitted into the starboard side bulkhead at worktop level . The left hand side is a double sink which has pumped hot & cold fresh water (with back up foot pump) and also seawater via a hand pump. Beyond the sink in the same run, is tiled work surface leading to storage cupboards. A gimballed, two burner cooker/oven and grill is at the end of the kitchen area. Storage areas are below the sink and work surfaces and along two sides of the kitchen area.
Beyond the kitchen area, facing the horse shoe seats, is a bench seat which can also be used as a single berth.
A passageway leads down the centre of the main cabin to the forward heads, wardrobe and front cabin areas at the bow of the yacht.
Alarms are fitted to detect Butane (floor level), Carbon Monoxide and smoke.
A 13” digital LCD TV with Freeview and DVD player is on an extendable/swivel mounting at the Pilots berth. This can also be used as a repeater, connected to the Garmin GPS Chart Plotter Unit in the cockpit, so displaying position, track, speed, radar, etc.
A Tevion Radio/CD player is also located alongside the Pilots desk area.
The two separate stainless steel tanks for holding fresh water are located under port and starboard seating areas. Each has manual valves fitted to control which (or both) is in use, and sender units to indicate levels on dials at the Pilots berth. Each tank holds approximately 40 gallons of water.
Storage cupboards are behind both Port and Starboard seating areas and large bookshelf areas are situated above both cupboard areas. 240v sockets are located in the kitchen and other areas for use when connected to shore mains, or running the internal 3kw generator. Cabin temperature control, linked to the Eberspacher heater, is located on the forward Starboard bulkhead. The through-hull water speed log, depth and fish finder transducers are located in the forward storage compartment, Port side.
- 12v Eberspacher heating in all cabins (except pilots).
- Flourescent and LED lighting.
- Greenoble clock & barometer.
- Interior finished in polished teak and patterned fern upholstery.
- FM/MW/LW Radio/Cassette player in rear cabin.
- Toaster & electric kettle.
Forward Heads – Accessed from the Main Cabin, on the port side of the yacht.
A Jabsco seawater toilet with fixed sink and large mirror on the forward bulkhead.
The tap/shower head is extendable so it can be used as a shower and has pumped hot and cold water.
The floor is fully draining to a sump which is emptied to sea by 12v diaphragm pump.
Forward Storage Locker – Accessed from the Main Cabin and opposite the forward Heads, on the starboard side.
This is a large storage area, the full height of the yacht interior.
Forward Cabin – Private V-berth accessed from the Main Cabin.
Two V-type berths with separate infill section which can be used to make a continuous double berth. Both have reading lights and storage shelf on either side. There is a large storage area underneath each berth, currently used for sail storage. The front bulkhead panel is removable and gives access to the chain locker. A separate wardrobe unit is located within the cabin on the Starboard side.
Wet Locker – Accessed from Main Cabin.
Located behind the companionway ladder, and accessed from the port-side. Drainage is to the bilge under the engine.
Main Cabin Bilge – Access is via a floor panel in the Main Cabin, directly in front of the companionway ladders.
Contains a 12v high flow bilge pump and float switch. The pump can either be On; Controlled by the float switch; or Off. Switching is on the main control panel alongside the pilots’ desk.
Pilots Desk Area – in Main Cabin.
Padded bench type seat, with two 110 A/h batteries wired in parallel underneath. On the front side-panel of the seat, is the main battery bank control switch (second battery bank is under Pilots Berth).
There is a large hinged desk to accommodate nautical charts with plenty of storage. A red fluorescent light is situated above and next to the desk, plus a small angle-poise light with adjustable output parallel to the desk, are installed to preserve night-vision when required.
A 3-stage Mastervolt IVO 12/25 PRO electronic battery charger is located on the bulkhead behind the Pilot.
At head level, on the Port bulkhead, is located the Master 12v Switch Panel, enabling On/Off control of most 12v equipment from this location. Most of the switches are circuit breakers which will trip if a short circuit occurs, and can easily be reset. On this panel are also, water level dials, battery charge indicators, Air X-wind generator-amp meter charging dial.
A shelf alongside the Pilots Desk has a number of electronic devices within easy reach, these include, an XM DSC VHF unit (ariel is on masthead, but a back-up ariel is on Pulpit), a Nasa Marine – Navtex ProPlus which can advise on navigation and weather warnings. A back-up Glomex GPS unit and Dana Navigation Unit (circa 1990). It uses a monochrome CRT display and cassette navigation charts. Cassettes covering all of UK waters are located in the Pilots desk.
Pilots Berth Cabin – Accessed from the Main Cabin by its own door and situated amidships along the Port Side, parallel with the engine compartment.
A long single berth with lee cloth that can be set if sea conditions require it. Underneath are two large storage compartments also housing the second battery bank; currently a single 70 A/h battery. Further storage cupboards are alongside the berth, along the Port side bulkhead, with shelf above.
At the front of the Pilot Berth cabin, on the Port side, is a cupboard containing the 240v mains power control switch, to switch between Mains feed or on-board Generator feed. The main access panel to the engine compartment is also in this cabin. Above this is the control panel for start/stop of the 3kw generator fitted in the cockpit storage locker.
The Garmin GPS receiver is housed in the coach-roof of this cabin, near the underside of the cockpit winches.
Rear Cabin (with en-suite Heads) – Access from the Pilots Cabin.
On entering (facing the stern), the door to the en-suite heads is on the starboard side. A double berth is located along the remainder of the starboard side, with very large storage compartments beneath.
On the Port side is a wardrobe and a small bench seat. An access companionway runs along the centre of the cabin, ending with a large mirror and drawer unit at the aft end.
Extensive storage cupboards are located at head height on both Port and Starboard sides of this cabin.
The rudder stock is located in the bulkhead space behind the mirror. The hydraulic rudder-drive (B&G) and Garmin rudder control unit (connected to the autopilot) are located in the lower rear, port side storage compartment, beyond the small bench seat.
En-suite Heads – Accessed from Rear Cabin.
A Jabsco seawater toilet with fixed sink and large mirror. The tap/shower head is extendable so it can be used as a shower and has pumped hot and cold water. The floor is fully draining to a sump which is emptied to sea by 12v diaphragm pump.
Engine Compartment – Is amidships, between the Pilots Berth Cabin and Cockpit Storage Locker.
The main access is gained via a large panel which is easily removed in the Pilots Berth Cabin. Further access panels are in the Cockpit Storage Locker (to engine starboard side) and from a panel in the Wet Locker (to the front of the engine).
At the rear of this compartment is a steel 40 gallon diesel tank, with feeds to the engine, generator and Eberspacher heater. A diesel filter/water separator unit is plumbed in line and accessed from the Pilots Berth Cabin panel (bottom right hand side).
Fitted with a 43 HP Volvo Penta 2003T inboard diesel
This is a 3 cylinder, 43 HP, turbo charged diesel. It has its own fresh water cooling circuit, connected to a seawater heat exchanger venting into a water cooled exhaust.
Fitted with a 50 A/hr alternator charging circuit.
Shaft drive to a 3-blade fixed propeller with rope cutter through a low maintenance stern gland.
- Hours run: 2,884.
- Single lever morse control from cockpit.
Cockpit Storage Locker – Starboard section in cockpit area. A very deep locker of significant size, running from keel to coach roof level. Mainly used for storage of fenders and warps. Within it are installed:-
- Eberspacher (diesel) hot air central heating unit. A 3 kW unit which has pipework venting in the Forward, Main and Rear cabins.
- Whisper 3500 240v Generator. This has a maximum 3kw output.
- 12v Refrigeration Unit. Used as the cooling source for the kitchen refrigerator box.
- Hot water tank. The hot water is generated by either 240v heating element (shore power/generator), or by the calorifier fitted to the main engine.
Of note, also stored here is the back-up tiller, which can be fitted to the rudder stock accessible from the aft cabin should there be a failure of the wheel/cable steering.
- 2 x 110ah domestic batteries (2013).
- 1 x 70ah engine battery (2014).
- 50ah engine alternator.
- Mastervolt IVO 12/25 Pro Battery Charger.
- Air-X Wind Generator (2010).
- 2 x 20 watt Solar Panels on cockpit coachroof.
- Solid-state charge management system (2009).
- Shore power with cable.
Mast / Rigging / Sails
- Masthead sloop rig.
- Silver anodised aluminium mast and boom by Kemp.
- 10mm standing rigging.
- Polyester braid on braid running rigging (mixed age, replaced as necessary).
- In-mast mainsail reefing.
- Mainsail by Ratsey and Lapthorne (1989, servicable)
- Rotostay headsail furling system, including new forestay, fitted 2011.
- No.1 Genoa (1989, servicable)
- No. 2 jib with stainless steel wire luff (1989, servicable).
- Spinnaker pole (on mast storage)
- Spinnaker running rigging.
- Radial head spinnaker (1989 unused).
- Radial head cruising chute (1989 unused).
Deck / Deck Equipment
Layout – Deck Level Deck
The deck is GRP throughout, on to which has been bonded “Flexiteak”, a PVC teak effect panelling. The Flexiteak deck was relayed in 2012.
This is approximately 6’ long with seating running down both sides. The yachts wheel steering is located to the rear of this area. A binnacle compass is situated centrally on the wheel housing, and engine forward/reverse/clutch/stop control is on the housing port side.
Garmin Autohelm controls (Port side) and engine start panel, rev counter and windlass remote plug (starboard side) are within easy reach of the steering position.
Access to the deep storage locker is on the starboard side, by lifting one of the seats.
A set of six Barient self-tailing winches of various sizes (3 each side), all with low gearing in reverse direction, are located along the coach roof adjoining the cockpit. These are for genoa sail control, roller reefing and mainsail control.
All sail control halyards are run so they enter the forward cockpit area along the coach roof, via clutch jammer mechanisms. Positioned in front of each set (Port/Starboard) of jammers are 2 further Barient self-tailing winches, both with low geared reverse drive option. Sail controls from this position are; Mainsail and Genoa lift halyards; Mainsail Roller Reefing In/Out halyards; Mainsail out/clew tension halyard; kicking strap; Spinnaker boom lift halyard; Spinnaker sail lift halyard; Topping lift halyard; rear facing lift halyard (emergency sail or man overboard hoist);
The original windscreen, forward of the cockpit was removed by the current owners and a bespoke unit to give better protection from wind and rain constructed and installed. This is a mahogany framework, with wrap around 10mm Perspex windscreen (3 sections), and 10mm curved marine ply roof, to give standing headroom.
A detachable Garmin Chart Plotter is sited forward on the Port side, under the marine ply roof (the original screen and canopy supplied by Westerly is still available, and could be restored and fitted).
Two 20w solar panels are now fitted to the outside cabin roof. A stainless steel framework leads from the bespoke windscreen to the rear of the cockpit. Removable canvas screen panels, with flexible acrylic see-through panels are fitted to this framework, to give 360 degree protection from the elements, whilst retaining good observation of surrounding seas. Rolling up and tying back these panels is easily accomplished, when the weather is suitable, and is simpler than removing.
A Garmin Chart Plotter display is sited in the cockpit above the companion way entrance to the Main cabin. This is linked in to the NMEA 2000 network, and can display windspeed/direction, speed, depth, sea temperature, etc. The Garmin Radar is also displayed on this unit, with options for split screen or chart overlay. A separate, stand-alone Garmin Fishfinder is sited on the forward panel, to the right of the companion way entrance. This gives the Helmsman a much clearer indication of the sea bottom below, and whether it is shallowing/deepening or rocky, than a depth sounder alone.
A manual bilge pump is fitted on the Starboard bulkhead alongside the steering position. A manual valve in the cockpit locker allows the option for this to draw from the bilge under the engine, or from the main cabin bilge.
- Stainless steel pulpit and 1/4 pushpits.
- Stainless steel double bow roller.
- 45 lb plough anchor.
- 55m of 5/16 chain
- 35 lb Bruce anchor.
- A large fisherman.
- Seawolf 520 electric windlass, with warping drum.
- Remote windlass control from cockpit and local foot switch.
- Sliding genoa sheet cars to port and starboard.
- Mainsheet track and traveller on rear of coachroof.
- 1 x Barient 24 2 speed self tailing winch.
- 1 x Barient 22 2 speed self tailing winch.
- 2 x Barient 32 2 speed self tailing winches.
- 2 x Barient 27 2 speed self tailing winches.
- 1 x Barient 17 2 speed self tailing winch.
- 1 x Barient 21 2 speed self tailing winch.
- 3 winch handles.
- Double stainless steel guardwires on stainless steel stanchions.
- Port and starboard gates on railings.
- Teak handrails and teak cockpit gratings.
- 6 mooring cleats
- Stainless steel boarding ladder on 'sugar scoop' stern.
- Hydrovane servo-pendulum wind-vane steering system.
- Avon Dinghy.
- Various warps and fenders.
- Cockpit cover.
- Spray dodgers.
- All over cover.
- XM DSC Radio at the chart table (2016).
- VHF Seatalk cockpit speaker.
- Plastimo cockpit compass (2010).
- Garmin GPS receiver. Fitted under pilot berth coachroof. (2010).
- Garmin GMR R8HD Radar (2010).
- Garmin echosounder (2010//0.
- Garmin Airmar Speed/Log (2010).
- Garmin GPS MAP 4000 Plotter (2010).
- Garmin GWS10 Wind Speed/Direction (2010).
- Garmin GHP 10 autopilot (2010).
- Back-up GPS. Glomex (1989).
- Back-up Plotter. Dana 5000 (1989).
- Garmin Fishfinder 100 Blue (2004).
- Seago G4 Canister 4-man Liferaft (2008, requires service)
- Manual bilge pump.
- Emergency tiller.
- Automatic electric bilge pump.
- Fire blanket.
- 3 x manual dry powder fire extinguishers.
- 2 x smoke detectors.
- Combustible gas detector.
- Carbon Monoxide detector.
- 3 harnesses.
- Port and Starboard jackstays.
- 2 off cockpit harness points.
- Masthead Tricolour and all-round white lights.
- Steaming light on mast.
- Deck light
- Port and Starboard lights on coachroof.
- Stern light.
- Horn (pressurised container)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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