2003 Moorings 433
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Comfortable, functional and easy to handle under way
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Named Boat Of The Year by Cruising World magazine, this model offers 3 very spacious cabins, a settee in the owner's cabin that can be converted into a separate cabin with 2 upper-lower singles. This model has 2 large heads, a saloon with convertible table to starboard and a large U-shaped galley to port which leaves the passage forward free. Featuring a large cockpit with a dual helm and direct access to the aft swim platform, the 433 is a true family cruiser; comfortable, functional and easy to handle under way.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 42 ft 1 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 35 ft 8 in
Dry Weight: 22712 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x
Fresh Water Tanks: (149 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (65 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
The layout of the Moorings 433 has three cabins, convertible to four, with two heads and showers, a spacious saloon with the galley along the port side and separate chain locker forward. The navigation station is to starboard. The forward part of the boat is convertible at all times to a four-cabin layout. The settee in the forward 'master' cabin converts to two single berths and a removable bulkhead can be installed to separate the two cabins. A space behind the cabin locker is reserved for the bulkhead when not in use. The interior is a varnished finish. All bulkheads are bonded and glassed to the hull, giving superb strength and rigidity. The cabin sole is of durable, low maintenance teak and holly composite floor panels. Seat covers are off-white breathable upholstery and the berth mattresses are covered in washable fabric. Styling, comfort and durability were priorities. Non-skid finish on companionway steps.
The yacht's electrical system is full 12V with the capability of being plugged into 220V shore power. AC breaker panel for hot water heater, outlets and battery charger. Two heavy-duty house batteries, with master switches. 16-switch 12V electrical panel that includes a volt and ammeter for monitoring the house batteries. Copper grounding strap from shroud to keel. Autopilot. Chart plotter navigation system with GPS. Stereo radio/CD player, two below-deck speakers and two cockpit speakers. Multi-channel VHF radio with LCD display and 25-watt maximum power output. Sailing instruments include depth sounder, speed and distance log. Wind speed and wind direction indicator. Navigation lights, steaming light, masthead light, deck light and compass light. Interior lighting is provided by overhead halogen spotlights, fluorescent strip lights and reading lights. Each stateroom is served with a variable two-speed fan. Two fans are fitted in the saloon. 12V outlet at chart table. Shore power system has a direct wired 50 ft/15 m power cord. Each cabin as well as the galley has a shore power plug outlet. The water heater has a 220V heating element. Battery charger.
The spacious galley allows ample workspace for two people. All counter tops are formica. There is a deep double sink of stainless steel with mixer faucet for hot and cold water. A garbage bin is enclosed and located beside the sink. A two-burner stainless steel stove with oven has an LPG shut-off solenoid. The stove is fully gimbaled and has pot clamps and heat guard. Behind the galley along the port side are separate lockers for cutlery, crockery and all cooking utensils. Above these lockers is a shelf with fiddles. 12V refrigeration system, serving a foam insulated refrigerator. The refrigerator box can be pumped out by a 12V pump.
Yanmar 4-JH 56HP naturally aspirated diesel engine. Manual engine shut-off. Push-button engine start, in lieu of key. Reinforced cutlass bearing. Racor 500FG water separator fuel filter. One isolated engine battery. Three-blade propeller on stainless steel shaft. Engine instruments include gauges for RPM, fuel, ammeter, oil pressure, engine hour counter and water temperature. A sound alarm is provided to indicate high freshwater temperature and low oil pressure. Single lever engine controls mounted on the starboard helm station. Fuel capacity is 60gal/230 L in single tank, located aft amidships. The tank has an emergency fuel shut-off, inspection hole and drain plug. Dual stainless steel destroyer wheels coupled to a cast aluminum quadrant via chain and cables. Emergency tiller.
Gel coat and first solid laminate layer impregnated with NPG resin guaranteeing an excellent barrier against osmosis. Hull laid up by hand with isophatalic resin and glass fibers with TAWRON reinforcements. Floors laminated to the hull. Balsa sandwich deck. Hull and deck inner moldings. Anti-fouling paint. Cast iron keel. Semi-elliptic rudder filled with closed cell epoxy foam, fitted on self-aligning bearings. Deck and hull are finished in white gel-coat, with the trademark Moorings striping and graphics. The deck has a molded-in non-skid pattern providing excellent traction even in the most severe conditions. The hull-to-deck joint is chemically bonded with an elastomer sealant and further secured with an anodized aluminum toe rail. Stainless steel keel bolt washers.
Deck storage includes two large cockpit lockers and one transom locker, all self-draining. The fully sealed LPG locker meets ABYC and CE standards and is capable of holding two 10 lb/4.5 kg gas cylinders. The rigid swim ladder can be folded on the swim platform. A deck shower neatly concealed in its own compartment, on the transom. The helm seat is removable to allow easy access to the swim platform. The cockpit has a large table with an integral icebox, grab handle, drink holders, and light. The compass is positioned for excellent viewing. There are stainless steel grab rails along both port and starboard sides of the coachroof and companionway. Protection bar is fitted around forward hatch.
Mast & Rigging
Anodized aluminum, deck stepped mast with double swept-back spreaders. Four mast sheaves of aluminum. All mast wiring is run through a mast conduit. Cleats and rope clutches are added to the mast. Cast aluminum mast collar has support for six foot blocks for halyards, reef lines outhaul and mainsheet. The boom is equipped with two reefing lines and reefing hooks, the outhaul is led back to the cockpit. Rope boom vang equipped with jam cleat and quick-release shackle. Windex wind indicator on masthead. ProFurl roller furling genoa system. Discontinuous stainless steel 1 x 19 wire standing rigging. Fore and aft lowers. Cap shrouds and forward lowers are anchored to the IGU by stainless steel tie-rods. Double backstays allow free access to the swim platform. All shrouds have swaged-on stainless steel end fittings and stemballs. Lower ends are fixed to custom deck plates with chromed bronze double screw turnbuckles.
Two Lewmar CST two-speed winches serve all lines and halyards led aft from the mast. Genoa sheet winches are Lewmar CST two-speed. Two winch handles with plastic handle holders. Eight racked rope clutches. Two genoa T-tracks are mounted on the side deck. Two genoa cars and spring-loaded car stops on each genoa track. Mainsheet track with four part traveler control lines run through rope clutches. Vertical electric windlass with chain gypsy and rode drum and hand-held remote control operating up/down switch. Three cast aluminum mooring cleats with fair-leads are mounted on port and starboard sides of the deck for dock lines (total 6). Stainless steel double rail pulpit and pushpit. The pushpit incorporates a flagpole holder, horseshoe ring, outboard bracket and removable upper life line to allow access to the swim platform. Stainless steel tapered stanchions with double stainless steel wire life lines and gates port and starboard. Stainless steel stemhead fitting with three rollers. Three Lewmar hatches serve the saloon. Three Lewmar Ocean Series deck hatches for ventilation into the two forward cabins. Two Lewmar hatches serve the two aft cabins. Eleven Lewmar opening port lights. All overhead hatches have roller blinds. Two lockable teak companionway hatch boards with vent. Bimini with stainless steel frame. Hanging cockpit light. Aluminum cap covering emergency tiller attachment.
Sails & Running Rigging
Semi-full battened mainsail, furling genoa built to Moorings specifications. Asymmetrical spinnaker Spinnaker halyard Spinnaker sheets Spare genoa halyard. The genoa sheets are pre-stretched Dacron line. 1/2 in/12 mm main halyard, 9/16 in/14 mm genoa halyard, 7/16 in/10 mm outhaul, 2 x 7/16 in/10 mm reef lines, 1/2 in/12 mm mainsheet and 3/8 in/10 mm roller furling line are all of pre-stretched Dacron. Moorings SailMate self-stacking mainsail handling system with lazy jacks and integral sail cover.
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