Westerly Riviera 35

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Description

The Westerly Riviera 35 was the yacht builders response to the Moody Eclipse range of motorsailers. Built on the well proven Ed Dubois hull which underpinned the Westerly Seahawk, Oceandream and Oceanquest 35’s. The design features and aft cockpit with the deck house providing a full internal helm station, linear galley and saloon. With double cabins, both enjoying en-suite heads access the design was ideally suited to two couples cruising in comfort.

With her current owners since 2018 the Westerly Riviera 35 SEA QUEST has enjoyed continual upgrading with the current and previous owners. She is offered for sale with an inventory which includes highlights such as:

Underwater hull epoxy coated (2006)
Volvo Penta 2003T marine diesel engine
Ambassador Marine rope cutter (2011)
Vetus tunnel mounted Thruster (2005)
Engine, Bow Thurster and Domestic batteries all replaced in 2021
Raymarine SmartPilot autopilot with hydraulic drive unit
Standard Horizon GPS Chart 175C chart plotter
NASA Clipper navigation instruments with cockpit repeaters
TackTick MN100 wireless wind instrument
Cobra Marine MR F77W DSC VHF with inbuilt GPS
Planar diesel fired blown air heating system
In-mast roller reefing system, upgraded to later Selden type with new gearbox and luffspar in 2012
Electric windlass
Seago inflatable dinghy with Honda 4-stroke outboard

Wintering afloat on her berth in Tarbert, Loch Fyne; the Westerly Riviera 35 SEA QUEST is available for immediate viewing by prior appointment.

CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded hull with integrated sugar scoop style transom.
GRP formed and laminated internal structural members
Plywood bulkheads, laminated to hull and deck
Topsides finished in original gelcoat, with blue sheerband
Solid teak rubbing strake.
Underwater hull epoxy coated (2006)
Underwater hull finished with navy antifouling

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded deck with integrated coachroof superstructure and self-draining cockpit.
GRP laminate sandwich construction
Side decks, foredeck, coachroof finished with non-slip deck paint panels
Cockpit seating finished with laid teak panels
Teak cockpit sole grating

Keel & Rudder:
Bolt-on fin, iron ballast keel with stainless steel keel studs.
Semi-balanced spade rudder.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Volvo Penta 2003T marine diesel engine
43hp
3 cylinder, turbo charged, indirectly cooled
Volvo Penta mechanical reversing marine gearbox
Single lever morse control with dual control stations
HMI exhaust alarm

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine serviced annually, last serviced February 2023
Oil cooler replaced 2022
Freshwater circulating pump replaced 2021
Raw water pump replaced 2023
Alternator replaced 2021
Spare starter motor aboard
Recorded engine running hours 2057hrs
Cruising speed under engine 6kts

Propulsion & Steering:
Stainless steel prop shaft
Volvo Penta type dripless shaft seal
Ambassador Marine rope cutter (2011)
Fixed bronze 3 blade propellor
Dual station hydraulic steering system
Steering ram replaced 2015

Bow Thruster:
Vetus tunnel mounted Thruster (2005)
Dual control stations and both helm stations

Autopilot:
Raymarine Smart Pilot System
Raymarine ST6002 control head in cockpit
Raymarine hydraulic drive system

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power System:
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
Single 16 amp connection point
Hardwired RCD protected system
3 pin UK sockets, battery charger, immersion heater

Battery Banks:
Engine Battery – 1x 110Ah, lead acid (2021)
Domestic Battery – 2x 110Ah, lead acid (2021)
Bow Thurster / Windlass Battery – 1x 110Ah, lead acid (2021)

Battery Monitor:
NASA BM1 display

Charging:
Sterling 12VDC – 12VDC charger to charge bow thruster / windlass battery
Numax DC12/30, 230VAC – 12VDC, 30 amp (2022)

Alternators:
Single engine mounted alternator (2021)
60amp, 12VDC
Voltage Sensitive split charge relay

Other Electrical:
12VDC charging sockets in saloon and at internal helm station
Windscreen wipers x2
Freshwater screen wash system

PLUMBING SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold water
Mixer tap in galley
emergency manual foot pump for cold water supply
Both heads fitted with mixer taps extending for use as shower heads
Hot water provided from engine heated calorifier with immersion heater

Bilge Pumps:
Manual Bilge Pump
Electric Bilge Pump

TANKAGE

Fuel:
Single diesel tank
Mild steel tank construction
Approximate capacity 250ltrs

Fresh Water:
Dual bag tank, plumbed together as a single tank
Approximate capacity 400ltrs

Tank Monitoring:
Level indicator gauge for water tank
Tank full alarm for water tank

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:
Depth – NASA Clipper repeater (2013)
Log/Speed – NASA Clipper repeater
GPS – NASA Clipper repeater

At Internal Helm Station:
Depth – NASA Clipper master (2013)
Log/Speed – NASA Clipper
Wind – TackTik MN100 wind system (2012)
Chart Plotter – Standard Horizon GPS Chart 175C

Communications Equipment:
DSC VHF – Cobra Marine MR F77W with inbuilt GPS. Repeater speakers in saloon and cockpit

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
Galley Stove – Flavel Vanessa gas cooker, two burner, grill and oven
Fridge – Built in top loading with 12VDC compressor and chiller plate
Double stainless steel sink
Mixer tap

Heads:
Manual Marine Toilet x2 – Jabsco
Mixer Taps x2 – Pulling out to extend for use as shower head
Wash Hand Basin x2

Heating & Ventilation:
Planar diesel fired blown air system
Thermostatic cabin controller
Outlets in saloon and cabins
Insulated ducting

Lighting:
Overhead lighting throughout cabins, LED
Reading lights in saloon and over bunks in cabins
Cockpit locker lighting

Entertainment:
Sony CD/Radio/Bluetooth head unit
Speakers in saloon

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
Double cabin forward with en-suite access to forward heads
Forward heads
Saloon
Internal helm station
Linear galley
Double aft cabin with en-suite heads

Accommodation Finish:
Joinery work below decks of teak veneered plywood with solid teak trims
Varnished satin finish to all joinery work
Soles of traditional teak and holly styling laminate
Westerly tiled worktop surface with varnished teak fiddles and trims in galley
Laminate finish to bulkheads and joinery units in head with varnished teak trims
GRP moulded heads compartment with teak trims
Curtains/blinds for all windows and forward cabin deck hatch

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Double berth offset to starboard
Triangular countertop outboard of bunk to port
Lockers outboard, overhead to port and starboard with shelf top above
Shelf forward of overhead lockers
Standing room aft of bunk to port side with single seat outboard
Hanging locker outboard to port aft of seat
Bin type storage lockers beneath bunk and seat
En-suite jack’n’jill access to forward heads

Forward Heads:
Jack’n’Jill access from forward cabin or saloon
Manual marine toilet located outboard aft
GRP moulded counter top forward with inset wash hand basin
Mixer tap pulling out for use as shower head
Vanity locker outboard of countertop.

Saloon:
U-shaped saloon settee to port
Folding saloon table on height adjustable leg.
Table drops down to convert seating to an occasional double berth
Counter top outboard of seat backs to port side
Steps down to lower leave forward of saloon seating to access forward cabin.
Hanging locker outboard of access to heads forward
Internal helm station forward to starboard with working area forward of helm

Galley:
Linear galley to starboard side of deck saloon
Worktop forward with top-loading fridge beneath
Double stainless steel sink inset to worktop centrally
Gimbal mounted gas cooker mounted aft
Crockery storage outboard of worktop with locker beneath centrally

Aft Cabin:
Accessed from aft end of galley to starboard.
Step down into the cabin.
Standing room forward of bunk with hanging locker outboard
Double bunk extending aft
Shelve outboard of bunk, overhead aft with locker forward
En-suite heads accessed to port side

Aft Heads:
Accessed from aft cabin.
Located to port side
Manual marine toilet inboard, forward facing
Moulded countertop outboard with inset wash hand basin
Vanity locker outboard

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
Mast stepped double spreader sloop rig.
Anodised alloy mast and spars manufactured by Kemp
Stainless steel standing rigging replaced 2012
In mast roller reefing system upgraded to Selden system with new gearbox and luff spar (2012)
Rotostay roller reefing system on forestay, serviced 2012
Mid-boom mainsheet
Whisker pole
All lines lead aft to cockpit
Spinlock rope clutches for lines lead aft

Winches:
Primary Winches – 2x Barient 27, two-speed, self-tailing
Genoa Roller Furling Winch - 1x Barient 17, two-speed, self-tailing
Cockpit mounted Halyard and Mainsail Winches - 2x Barient 17, two-speed
Mast Mounted Halyard Winch – 1x Barient single speed.

Sails:
Mainsail – White Dacron, in-mast roller reefing (2012)
Genoa – White Dacron, roller reefing
Storm Jib

Canvas Work:
Sprayhood
Bimini – On alloy frame

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – CQR anchor on 30m chain rode
Kedge Anchor – with chain and warp rode
Electric Anchor Windlass – SL Anchorman Power 700. With warping drum and chain gypsy. Power up only
Fenders - Selection
Mooring Warps – Selection

Tender:
Inflatable Dinghy – Seago
Outboard – Honda 2.3hp, 4-stroke
Davits

General:
Double stainless steel bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit rails
Deck mounted alloy stanchions supporting double tier stainless steel guardwires
Deck mounted alloy mooring cleats forward, midship and aft.
Deck mounted anchor windlass with anchor chain self-stowing in chain locker
Teak grabrails running length of coachroof
Lines lead aft to cockpit on port and starboard sides.
Mainsheet track mounted on stainless steel horse forward of sprayhood
Moulded cockpit coamings with winches mounted outboard of cockpit seating
Full depth cockpit locker beneath port side cockpit seating
Steering pedestal centrally aft
Gate in pulpit rail to provide access to transom with fold down swimming ladder and transom mounted steps


SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Masthead Tri-colour
Anchor Light – Not operational
Steaming light
Low level navigation lights

Life saving:
Horseshoe Buoy with light
Danbuoy
Webbing jack stays
Smoke detectors in each cabin and saloon
Carbon monoxide detector
Fire Blanket

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice

Contact The Seller

General Information

Name
SEA QUEST
Designer
Ed Dubois
Year
1989
New or used
used
Lying
United Kingdom

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity (L)
400

Measurements

Length overall (m)
10.55
Length waterline (m)
8.38
Beam (m)
3.74
Draft (m)
1.42
Displacement (kg)
6900

Engines

Engine
Volvo Penta 2003T marine diesel engine 43hp 3 cylinder, turbo charged, indirectly cooled Volvo Penta mechanical reversing marine gearbox Single lever morse control with dual control stations HMI exhaust alarm
Engine Hours
2057
Fuel
diesel
Fuel capacity (l)
250

About The Seller

Mark Cameron Yachts

The Braes

Inverneil

PA308ES

United Kingdom

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