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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- River Dart, Devon, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 79,950 (US$ 102,256)
For further information please call Ancasta Dartmouth on +44 (0) 1803 752498.
Please contact at +44 (0)1803 752498
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 1 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Number of cabins: 2
Anodised aluminium spars with internal halyards
Stainless steel rigging has been serviced and or renewed where required under current ownership.
A Harken AA track was fitted along with lazy jacks
Deck stepped mast
Main mast - 1x 19, 5-6mm stainless steel
Mizzen mast - 1x 19, 5-6mm stainless steel
SAILS: Laundered in winter 2016
Furling head sail
Fully battened mainsail
Zip-covers for main and mizzen
2x Andersen 10, 2-speed main mast winches
2x Lewmar 30, foresail winches
Ford Lehman 2722 four-cylinder 90Hp diesel engine
Last serviced - Due to be serviced in April 2017
4X Batteries (1 battery for the bow thruster)
Shore power connectivity
2 Fuel tanks - 650l total
**Cruising range of 600 NM approx.**
1 water tank - 450l total
Pressurised hot and cold water by calorifier
18" Digital Raydome
Chartplotter with a repeater at the external helm position
Digital VHF radio
Wind - speed/direction
Warps, sheets and lines
Anchor with chain
Fire extinguishers (including one in the engine bay)
Harness and Jackstays
Carbon monoxide alarm
Nauticat 33 Mk 2 designed by V. Aanipalo and built in Finland
by Siltula Yachts in 1982
100% hand lay-up construction GRP hull, deck and superstructure in White - Due to be polished April 2017
Antifouled - Due to be April 2017
Long ballast keel with keel hung rudder
Dual steering stations, one in wheelhouse and one on the aft deck
The decks have been completely re-chalked, the teak was stripped back and 4 layers of varnish applied.
LOA 10.10m ( 33' 2" )
LWL 8.60m ( 28' 3" )
BEAM 3.24m ( 10' 8" )
DRAFT 1.25m ( 4' 1" )
DISP 7,700kg (7.50 tons)
BALLAST 2,300kg (2.23 tons)
All the interior is varnished teak fitted to a high standard with counter tops in the galley and the heads made from a durable laminate.
Substantial stowage throughout with lots of space for provisions and live-aboard convenience.
Eberspacer heating system.
Two comfortable berths with a large aluminium framed hatch overhead.
Reading lights are fitted and there is ample storage under the berths with shelving along the bunks.
Complete privacy is provided by a door to close off from the saloon.
The head compartment is to port and contains a marine head, large sink, shower and vanity with pressure water.
The head compartment has ample storage for all toiletries.
It is also fitted with a large mirror and a 12V outlet, a hanging locker is opposite the head compartment.
A large dinette can accommodate for up to six persons and can also be converted into a double berth.
The is also a cabinet, bar locker, bottle rack and/or space for a TV.
There is further storage under the saloon seating and a further bookshelf.
New saloon cushions were fitted in 2015.
The galley feature a two burner propane stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks and a refrigerator.
Full length cabinets provide ample storage for all cooking utensils, dishes and provisions.
This lovely pilothouse provides 360 degree visibility and excellent helming position.
Access to all the navigation equipment is easy from the internal helm and the throttle is right at the helmsman's fingertips.
Teak interior in the pilothouse is really well maintained as is the rest of the boat.
The extra large navigation/chart table is ideal for long passage makers.
All the instruments and the master switch-board are lighted for night use.
There is overhead lighting throughout.
Ventilation is provided by overhead sun-roof and the two pilot house doors to both port and starboard.
Additional storage for other sailing gear can be stored on deck.
The private aft cabin is a lovely space that is used as the master cabin. The large double berth is to port with ample storage for large items underneath.
There is teak throughout the aft cabin on the ceilings an the inside of the hull.
A small cabinet opposite the berth is coupled with a second head compartment. There are four large portholes that allow a good amount of light into the cabin.