The Bill Shaw designed Pearson 33 is an attractive boat with a spacious, light, and airy interior. Three separate cabins comfortably accommodate a family with children or two couples. There are three double berths and one single. Ample water tankage and storage capacity combine to make this boat a capable cruiser. Seven opening ports and four overhead hatches will keep air moving on a hot summer night.
Noted naval architect, Robert Perry, wrote of the design in Sailing, "This is a good looking boat. The hull and deck lines are clean and trim. The side decks are wide, and the house sides are well raked, giving the boat the look of a functional, fast, and uncluttered cruiser-racer."
GRAND TURK is manageable by a crew of two. All lines lead aft, including the two mainsail reefs which are each controlled by a single line, led aft to the cockpit. Her 5' 11" draft assures excellent upwind performance. She has an autopilot and chartplotters both below at the nav station and at the helm. The plotter at the nav station is interfaced to the helm-mounted radar.
GRAND TURK has had only three owners who have daysailed and cruised her locally. They have kept her well and have upgraded her sensibly. Some recent improvements include: in 2008 a new cabin sole and CD stereo with iPod connection; in 2009 new curtains, Fairclough winter cover, and closed-cell cockpit cushions; in 2010 a new dodger and mainsail cover; in 2011 a new Garmin 531 chartplotter at helm that interfaces with radar, new batteries, and new engine panel; and in 2012 new lifelines, main halyard, spinnaker crane and halyard, and hot water heater.
GRAND TURK has just been hauled for the winter. She shows beautifully and reflects the loving care she's received from her owners. Come see her if you can before her owners cover her for the winter.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 32 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
LWL: 26 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 11 in
Displacement: 11000 lbs
Ballast: 4000 lbs
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 2GM20F
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine(s) Total Power: 18 HP
Sleeps six/seven. Forward cabin with V-berth and filler cushion, bin storage below. There is a hanging locker to starboard and storage lockers opposite to port. Main cabin is next aft with a settee to port and an L-shaped settee to starboard that converts to form a double berth. There is a centerline dining table with two leaves. Aft to port is a stand-up outboard-facing nav table with ice box below. Aft of nav table is a hanging locker and an enclosed head with vanity and shower. Opposite nav table to starboard is an L-shaped galley, aft of which is a double enclosed owner's cabin. Teak and holly sole was new in 2008. Blue curtains for all ports new in 2009.
L-shaped galley features stainless steel Tasco two-burner stove with oven, double sink with pressurized hot and cold water (hot water heater new in 2012), and ice box.
12 volt DC system with two Group 31 AGMS 12 volt batteries, both new in 2011, battery selector switch, and circuit breaker distribution panel. 120 volt AC dockside system with circuit breaker distribution panel and shore power cord. New Yanmar engine panel and starter button (2011).
Electronics and Navigation
Garmin 531 GPS.chartplotter at helm (new in 2011), Garmin 128 chartplotter at nav station interfaces with radar, Raytheon RL9 LCD radar at helm (1997), Autohelm 4000 autopilot at helm (1999), Standard Horizon VHF radio transceiver (1998), Datamarine Corinthian knotmeter/log and depthsounder mounted on bulkhead. Ritchie compass mounted on pedestal.
Engine and Mechanical
Transmission just rebuilt (2014), and all four motor mounts just replaced (2014).
Hull and Deck
Fin keel and spade rudder. Edson pedestal steering. Double lifelines new in 2012. Bow roller. Foredeck anchor locker. Eight opening ports, two large fixed ports. Four overhead hatches. Two dorade vents. Transom-mounted stainless steel swim ladder.
Sails and Rigging
Sail inventory includes Doyle mainsail (2000), North roller-furling 135% genoa (2001), North 150% genoa, Furlex roller-furling system for genoa (2004), all standing rigging replaced in 2007. Standing rigging inspected in 2013. New main halyard (2012), new spinnaker crane and halyard (2012). Harken mainsheet traveller mounted on cabin top. Garhauer multiple line stoppers on starboard side of cabin top. Lewmar winch inventory includes two #43 chromed self-tailing primary genoa sheet winches and two #30 chromed self-tailing halyard, reefing, and mainsheet winches mounted on cabin top.
Dodger (2010), sailcover (2010, Fairclough winter cover (2009), custom cockpit cushions (2009)CD player/radio with iPod connection (2008), teak cockpit table, Fortress anchor with chain and rode, emergency tiller, Life Sling, six PFD's, two fire extinguishers, boat hook, two buoyant throw cushions, assorted docklines and fenders.
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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