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Beam: 10 ft 8 in
LWL: 28 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 1 in
Displacement: 16940 lbs
Ballast: 11000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 1 in
Dry Weight: 16940 lbs
Engine Brand: Ford
Year Built: 1980
Engine Model: 2712E 4 cylinder FWC
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine(s) Total Power: 80 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (119 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (130 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
MANUFACTURER PROVIDED DESCRIPTION
The Nauticat 33 was in production for almost 30 years, but she still continues to surprise and delight all newcomers, both experienced yachtsmen and those venturing afloat for the very first time. The effortless operation, superb comfort and careful arrangement of interiors, making use of all available space to the best advantage, has created a demand for this boat, resulting in over 1,000 hulls built. This design is more suited to the yachtsman looking for more versatility than the average motorsailer concept allows. The hull is all hand-lay-up GRP construction using alternate layers of mat and woven roving. There are longitudinal stringers and transverse floor members in appropriate areas. All structural bulkheads are teak-faced marine plywood, securely bonded to the hull. The internal iron-lead ballast is heavily fibreglassed into the hull. The deck and superstructure are of 100 per cent hand-lay-up GRP construction. Decks have an anti-slip finish. All exterior trim, including handrails and the overhead hatch trim, are of teak. All windows are of toughened safety glass suspended in alloy frames. There are dual steering stations, one in the wheelhouse and one on the aft deck. The rudder is made of fibreglass, the rudder stock of acid-proof steel. There is emergency steering by way of a tiller connected directly to the rudder stock. The interior joinery is of satin varnished teak, fitted to highest yacht-building standards. The pilothouse features a steering position with full instrumentation. Ventilation is provided by a large sunroof type hatch, and the two pilothouse doors port and star board.
100% hand layup fiberglass construction using alternate layers of mat and woven roving. Scantlings as approved by Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Longitudinal stringers and transverse floor members in appropriate areas. All structural bulkheads are teak-faced marine plywood, securely bonded to the hull. The internal iron ballast is heavily fiberglassed into the hull.
Her hull is black, boottop is white, bottom green. The prop is in an aperture between the keel and rudder.
DECK and SUPERSTRUCTURE
The deck and superstructure are of 100% hand layup fiberglass construction. A traditionally laid teak deck, including the forecabin top, is standard. All exterior trim, including wheelhouse doors, hand rails and the overhead hatch trim are of teak. Windows are rubber-framed toughened glass. Stainless steel stanchions with teak rails are standard. Boarding gates port and starboard, with aft gate. Four heavy duty mooring cleats and four heavy duty chocks plus a stainless steel stemhead fitting incorporating an anchor roller are also standard. Caprail of teak. Anchor well on foredeck. Simpson Lawrence Hyspeed manual anchor windlass.
The standard engine is a Ford 2712-E four-cylinder diesel developing 80 h.p. at 2400 RPM. The Borg-Warner CR-71 hydraulic gear box provides 2.1:1 reduction. Engine is fresh-water-cooled, and the exhaust system is of a water jacket - lift type. The fully accessible engine compartment is beneath the wheelhouse sole and is insulated. The acid-proof propeller shaft swings a 22" x 16" bronze propeller through heavy duty bronze bushings complete with lubrication sysem. 140 gallons of fuel are carried in two vented tanks, each with side deck fills. A cruising range of approximately 800 nautical miles is provided. The engine compartment is protected by a halon system.
Bronze valves are provided on all thru-hull fittings below the waterline. Fresh water capacity of 66 gallons, includes a plastic tank beneath the main saloon sole with large inspection/clean-out port and deck fill. A PAR pressure water system supplies both the galley and head. Cathodic protection on all underwater fittings.
Dual steering stations, one in wheelhouse and one on aft deck, each with a compass, employ the widely known Capilano hydraulic system. The turnover rate is adjustable, and all fittings, etc. are fully accessible for inspection or occasional service, The rudder and stock are of heavy duty stainless steel, with an emergency tiller also included.
Ship's service is by way of a 12V D.C. system, employing two heavy duty lead/acid batteries of 150 amp/hrs. each. Main switch with double diode charge protection. Lighting throughout the yacht as needed, all wiring is harnessed and bundled. Master switch panel in wheelhouse. Navigation lights to international regulations and masthead, anchor and floodlights as standard.
SPARS & RIGGING
Silver anodized aluminum spars, with internal halyards; stainless steel wire with rope tails. Masts are deck-stepped; standing rigging is 1 x 19 stainless steel with swaged eye terminals. Jiffy-reefing on main, Coaxial cable in mizzen for VHF radio. Flag halyards. Two halyard winches, two genoa sheet winches with fairleads and stainless steel genoa tracks port and starboard. Mainsail, mizzen, and genoa sails are included with appropriate sheets/tackle. Mainsheet traveler on wheelhouse roof. Chainplates and turnbuckles are stainless steel. Schaefer 1100 roller-furling on head stay. Boom vang.
Two berths with large opening hatch overhead and port holes port and starboard. The overhead is soft tucked vinyl. Privacy is provided by a sliding door on the main saloon bulkhead.
All interior joinery is of hand-rubbed oiled teak, fitted to highest yacht-building standards. Countertops in the galley and head compartment are laminate. Great importance is placed on access to storage areas, and provision for liveaboard convenience.
The head compartment is to port and contains a Lavac-type marine head, a large sink and vanity with pressure hot and cold water shower and storage for linens and toilet gear. The head also features a mirror.
Opposite the head compartment is a hanging locker.
A large dinette for up to six persons converts to form a double berth. Outboard is cabinetry and a bar locker, bottle rack, bookshelf and/or space for a TV. Large stowage compartments under seats.
The fore-and-aft galley features a gimballed two-burner propane stove with oven, Grunert refrigeration, double stainless steel sinks with flush-fitting counter filler. Full-length storage cabinets outboard provide storage for dishes, provisions, and typical on-board cooking utensils. Drawers for cutlery etc. in cabinets.
Richly paneled in teak, the wheelhouse provides 360 degree svisibility for the helmsman and features a steering position with instrumentation, Suunto compass, Datamarine depth sounder and apparent wind speed/direction indicator, Furuno 1800 radar, Icom IC-M80 VHF, Standard Horizon CP 180 GPS/chartplotter, and Autohelm autopilot. A navigation/chart table with storage under, and engine controls are at the helmsman's fingertips. All instruments and the master switch board are lighted for night use. Overhead lighting as well as a chart light are provided, as are a high intensity searchlight & windshield wipers. Ventilation is provided by a large sliding sunroof type hatch, and there are two wheelhouse doors port and starboard. A Force10 propane heater provides cabin heat. Additional storage for miscellaneous sailing gear is accessible on deck. Lounge settees and a folding table make this area an entertainment center.
The private aft stateroom offers privacy and features two berths with storage below plus a wardrobe. Teak ceilings line the inside of the hull. Four ports provide natural light.
Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF at aft helm station. 5 Fenders; 35 lb. CQR plow anchor; Fortress anchor, chronometer; barometer.
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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