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Cape Dory 33
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Located In:
- Boothbay Harbor, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 84,900
AUGUST 2017 - Truly, an IMMACULATE boat! "Tramp" is one of the popular 33´Cape Dory “Downeast” Flybridge Cruisers, built in 1990. Her moderately deep “V” underbody and hard chines allow for an excellent stable ride, offering a 15 kt cruising speed, but will open up over 20kts. She is extremely well designed and comfortable for New England cruising and is equipped with a lower helm, spacious master, and exceptionally clean, from the bilges to the FB. Her interior is very attractive with varnished teak and blue ultrasuede cushions, a galley down, and a head with separate stall shower. The brightwork has been newly finished, hull waxed, and her bilges are 'eat-off' clean. This cruiser is highly recommended for a leisurely summer on the water! She'll be in Boothbay Harbor from June 17th on, and easy for you to view. Come make an offer!
Call Laurence at 603-433-3222
Call Laurence directly at 603 433-3222.
Please contact Laurence Bussey at 1.855.922.4877 ext. 709
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Description and Features:
- Length - 33'
- Beam - 12' 2"
- Draft - 2' 11"
- Disp - 15,500 #
- Doc - 962278
- Design - Hard chine, semi-displacement
- Engines - Volvo TAMD41A
- HP - 200 ea
- Port Serial - 2204726063
- Stbd Serial - 2204726077
- Port Engine Hours - 1453 (at May 2015 survey)
- Stbd Engine Hours - 1401 (at May 2015 survey)
- Reduction Gears - Hurth HA1-A hydraulic (these replaced the original mechanical gears)
- Ratio - 2:1
- Shafts - 1-1/2" SS
- Props - Bronze 3-blade 18"x20"
- Fuel Tankage - 265gal in one rectangular aluminum 5052 tank
- Water Tankage - 100gal in two plastic tanks
- Holding Tankage - 1 polypropylene forward of the stbd engine (uncertain capacity)
- Generator - Kohler 5kw 5E07
- Gen Hours - 619
- Batteries - (4) 12v deep cycle
- Standard Horizon VHF
- (2) Datamarine
- GPS Northstar 951X
- Compass Ritchie 6"
- Radar Raytheon closed array 48-mile
- Autopilot Autohelm 6000
- Haylon 1301 engineroom
- 2 BC dry chemical extinguishers
- 3 automatic bilge pumps
- (8) type II PDF; (2) type III vests and throw cushions
- (1) throw ring
- Carbon Monoxide Detector
- CQR 35 anchor
- Good remote control windlass
- SS dinghy davits
- Flare Kit (exp 2018)
- First Aid Kit
- 2-burner Origo 4300E alcohol/electric
- Litton Microwave
- Norcold dual-voltage refrigerator
- Pressurized h/c water system
- 12-gal water heater
- SURVEY NARRATIVE - "The hull is constructed of molded fiberglass reinforced plastic laminates, comprised of unidirectional fabrics with polyester resin, strengthened by glass tabbed bulkheads, structural members, engine beds and fittings. Additionally, the hull sides appear to be cored for reduced weight and added stiffness. The hull to deck joint was observed to be in good structural condition, where visible, through bolted on 6" centers with stainless steel fasteners. The topsides were found to be in good cosmetic condition without signs of hard or abusive use. The hull sides along the waterline were sounded, and moisture readings performed. There were no voids, soft spots, or areas of elevated moisture detected. The hull did not display any structural deficiencies. All partitions, bulkheads and fiberglass fastenings were examined where accessible and found to be in good serviceable condition. The cabin spaces were found to be clean and dry, with a well maintained appearance. The overhead hatches and ports appear weather tight. The interior veneers were free of water staining which is uncommon on a vessel of this age and construction. The decks are constructed of fiberglass laminates with a balsa core material and a non-skid surface on the walkways. Percussion sounding along the deck circumference, foredeck, walkways, cockpit and flybridge soles, did not reveal any soft spots or voids. There were numerous areas of gelcoat spider cracks that are considered to be cosmetic only, and typical of this gelcoat layup schedule by this manufacturer. The cockpit sole was found to be in sound condition, firm underfoot, and fitted with a pair of transom scuppers for proper draining. The flybridge and superstructure appear to be in good condition, without deficiency at this time." (Capt. John McDonough, surveyor, May 23rd 2015).
Sea Change Yacht Sellers, LLC offers the details of this vessel in good faith but does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor does it 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.