'Kalisa III' is a fine example of Hunter Marine's popular 33' cruiser. She's accommodating, well-appointed, and extremely nimble under sail and power. Performance is healthy, thanks to her positive-roach traditional mainsail and fin keel drawing 5'6".
She's a one-owner boat that's been lightly sailed and maintained appropriately. The engine maintenance schedule has been religiously followed and the sails have been removed, inspected, and stored annually by a local loft. She has an excellent suite of equipment, including two 85-watt solar panels, Raymarine plotter and radar, and a factory-specified electric Lewmar windlass.
If you demand a turn-key cruiser with a welcoming interior and a nice touch of performance, 'Kalisa III' is well worth a look. She's currently hauled for the season in Jamestown, RI.
Please contact Casey Miller at 401-932-6588
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Glenn Henderson
LOA: 33 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 6 in
LWL: 29 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Ballast: 3459 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 46 ft 7 in
Total Power: 29 Cruising Speed: 6 Max Speed: 7
The Hunter 33 has a traditional layout, beginning with a spacious v-berth forward. The v-berth is appointed with a hanging locker, shelf storage, as well as a dressing seat to port. A large overhead hatch provides ample ventilation and two reading lights create a welcoming environment in which you can relax with a book during the evening.
The main salon follows the v-berth and is arranged with a large u-shaped dinette to port and a settee running fore and aft to starboard. The salon table drops down to create a double-berth for overnight guests. Storage outboard of both settees and under the benches opens the possibility for longer trips. The navigation bench is situated at the aft end of the starboard settee, easily accessible from any location aboard the boat.
A spacious u-shaped galley follows to port, offering a secure space for meal preparation underway. Cabinet storage along the length of the galley offers plenty of dish and dry-good storage.
Opposite the galley is the head compartment, which is outfitted with a manual Jabsco head, sink w/ telescoping faucet for showering, and hot/cold pressure water. A stainless sink is mounted in a Corian counter surface and faces a mirrored vanity with respectable storage.
The master suite occupies the aft end of the Hunter 33 and includes a queen berth oriented athwartships, ample natural light (fixed hull portlight and overhead opening hatch), and a nice amount of storage in a large hanging locker with built-in shelving.
Stainless sink w/ hot and cold pressure water
Force 10 Two-burner propane stove
12v Front-loading refrigeration
Raymarine ST-60 Speed
Raymarine ST-60 Depth
Raymarine ST-60 Wind
Raymarine ST-6000 Wheel Pilot
Raymarine C-80 Chartplotter w/ GPS
Raymarine 2kw Radar (mast-mounted)
NEW Batteries (July 2010)
110v Shore Power
30amp Shore Power cord
110v outlets throughout the boat
12v outlet at navigation desk
(2)85-watt Solar Panels mounted on cockpit arch (out of sight)
Sails, Rigging, and Deck Layout
Selden Aluminum Mast and Boom
Selden RodKicker Solid Vang
Furlex headsail roller furling
Traditional Mainsail w/ two reef points (single-line reefing for each reef)
Main and Jib inspected and stored annually at local sail loft
Cockpit Arch w/ traveller control at helm
Lewmar 32" Folding Wheel
Lewmar 30 Self-Tailing sheet winches at helm
Lewmar 16 halyard winch at companionway
Lewmar Electric Windlass
Teak Stern-Rail Seats
35 lb. CQR anchor
(3) Dock Lines
(8) Life Preservers
(2) Fire Extinguishers
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: (877) 283-3436Tel: 401-396-5090