The Neptunian 33 is a long-keel, ketch-rigged, centre-cockpit motor-sailer by Alan Buchanan. More accurately described as a sailing yacht with a large engine, she has the sailing ability of many equivalent 'conventional' yachts, but with the comfort and convenience of a motor-sailer.
Overstag is a very well looked after example, and those viewing will be pleasantly surprised at her overall condition compared to yachts of a similar age and type. Of particular interest is the modern Volvo-Penta D2 55hp engine because a newer, quality engine is a major consideration when buying a boat like this - and the advantage this affords over others on the market still fitted with Perkins 4-108s should not be underestimated.
She has a very weather-proof helm position and indeed, with the help of the awnings, the whole centre cockpit can be kept rain-tight, even underway. With a good inventory of cruising equipment including davit-mounted dinghy on the stern, she is ready take her new owners voyaging right away, regardless of what the British summer provides. Recent improvements include new hydraulic steering, self-tailing genoa winches and electric anchor windlass. She also has a good selection of up-to-date electronics, and is well-equipped with safety gear.
The Neptunian 33 really does pack a lot into her 33 feet, while managing not to compromise on accommodation space. Overstag is an excellent choice for those looking for a 'proper' cruising boat on a modest budget, or anyone moving up from a smaller yacht. Currently lying afloat at Crinan Harbour, the owner is keen to sell before the end of the season, and all enquiries are invited.
Full specifications and more pictures can be seen on the West Coast Yachting website. Please call Ruaridh MacCallum on 07825 588744 to arrange a viewing.
Please contact Ruaridh MacCallum at +44 (0)1546 810030
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
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.