Royal Nautisme PLF
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Description fournie par le constructeur
The Nauticat 33 has now been 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 so far. In addition to the original long-keel version, the Nauticat 33 is also available with the fin keel and skeg underwater section and new taller rig, resulting in improved performance under sail. 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.