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Ebbtide 33 33

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Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Ebbtide 33
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1998
Sales status:available
LOA:10.67 m/35 ft
Length:10.67 m/35 ft
Width:3.05 m/10 ft
Draft:1.22 m/4 ft
Engine manufacturer:lister alpha
No. of engines:1
Material hull:steel

Remarks :
This is possibly the best Ebbtide 33 in the UK, although the hull was originally built in 1990 she has been dry stored in a barn for most of her life due to the owners commitments abroad.
She was commissioned for the season of 1998 to ensure that the yacht is exempt from the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) as she was built and placed into use within the EU prior to 1998.
Mapleaf was only used for the season of 1998 and then dry stored in a barn until 2012 when she had a major refit to bring her up to a professional modern standard (mainly equipment based). The Ebbtide 33 had a Lowrance Elite 4m chart plotter, ICOM M411 DSSC VHF, NASA Clipper fluxgate steering compass and a new Simrad tiller pilot TP10.
This Ebbtide 33 really does look the part, her standing and running rigging was new in 2012, and although her sails were cut in 2001 they are in as new condition!! Almost as though they are fresh from the Kemp sail loft.
She also benefits from top of the range deck equipment, Harken tracks, cars, blocks and winches are not to go unnoticed. 
The interior joinery and detail on this Ebbtide 33 is superb, a finish like no other, with her high quality cherry wood finish.
Externally there has also been emphasis on detail, with small touches of teak woodwork that softens the hard steel look of the boat, custom stainless steel hand rails, pulpit, pushpit and stern gantry also shine and adds a real wow factor.
The sea keeping qualities are also a factor to consider this Ebbtide 33 is a true world cruiser, so if you are looking for a comfortable yacht to take around the world this is it.
This is no ordinary Ebbtide 33 and certainly should not be overlooked, if quality and high standard craftsmanship is what you are looking for then drop by our office to view this special yacht. She has been lightly used throughout her lifetime due to the owners in recent years reverting back to motorboats.

Accommodation :
Sleeps six in one cabin plus the saloon
Double V berth in the forepeak
Heads between the forepeak and the saloon
Convertible saloon table to starboard that makes a double berth
Single saloon berth to port
Single aft quarter berth to port
Galley to starboard
Portholes with blackout cushion/blackout infill's in all cabins
Cushions upholstered in 2012 and new foam for cushions

Cherry wood interior joinery immaculate condition!!
Cabin heated by charcoal stove
LED lighting throughout

Forward Cabin:
Double V berth
Open shelving to port and starboard
Large hanging locker to port
Port and starboard cupboards
Under berth stowage 
Portholes with blackout cushion/blackout infill's
Opening Lewmar deck hatch

Hot and cold pressurised water
Electric shower sump
Jabsco sea water toilet
Holding tank

Settee seating to port
C-shaped settee seating to starboard, which converts to double berth
Solid wood saloon table with folding leafs
Port and starboard open shelving and cupboards
Portlights to port and starboard with cushion blackout infill's 
Opening deck hatch
Under seating stowage

Galley area to starboard
Twin stainless steel sinks
12V refrigerator
Gimbled, Nelson Spinflo stainless steel two burner hob grill and oven
Cupboard stowage for plates, cups and utensils
Under worktop cupboards

Chart Table:
Forward facing chart table
Chart draw
Chart light (red & white LED)

Aft Berth:
Large single aft quarter berth to port
Under berth stowage
Side access to engine and stern gear

Inventory :
On Deck:
NASA Clipper fluxgate steering compass (2012)

Standard Horizon SL50 speed/log 
Standard Horizon WS50 wind 
Standard Horizon DS 50 echosounder
Simrad tiller pilot TP10 (new 2013)

At The Chart Table:
Standard Horizon omni repeater
Lowrance Elite 4m chart plotter (new 2012)
NASA Clipper compass
ICOM M411 DSSC VHF (new 2012)

Ground Tackle:
Double stainless steel bow roller
15kg Bruce anchor
50m 3/8” chain 
Lofrans manual windlass, two speed
Self launching/ self-stowing anchor system

Deck Gear:
Two x Holmatro #40 two speed, self-tailing genoa sheet winches (2102)
Two x Harken #32 two speed, staysail sheet winches
Two x Harken #18 single speed, self-tailing halyard winches
One Harken single speed winch on the mast
Two triple and two double Spinlock clutches (2012)
Harken deck gear, genoa tracks, cars, mainsheet system, track and all running blocks
Lewmar deck hatches (new 2012)
Stainless steel stern gantry
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
Custom stainless steel handrail/guard rail
Boarding gates

Safety Equipment: 
Mcmurdo 406 rescue EPIRB
Lifebuoy with light (new 2012)
Navigation lights, deck light, cockpit light
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay (new 2012)

Canvas boom and cockpit tent (new 2013)
Canvas cockpit dodgers (new 2013)
Canvas hatch covers (new 2013)
Stainless steel and teak boom lift (new 2012)
Ships clock and barometer (new 2012)

Mechanical :
Built in 1990, dry stored until she was commissioned in 1998, she was used for one season only due to the owners moving to Canada. She was again dry stored until a recent refit in 2012 and commissioned for the 2013 season.

Designed by Alan Pape
Professionally fitted out by the Bridgend Boat Company to a very high standard
Steel hull and deck
4mm hull and deck
6mm keel side
10mm keel base (keel ballast iron ingets set in molten tar)
Hull soda blasted and professionally painted with Hempel two pack polygloss
Tiller steering
Transom hung rudder
Deck soda blasted and repainted with Hempel two pack epoxy in 2012
Tredmaster deck (new 2012)
Teak laid cockpit seats, and cockpit grating
Teak capping rail (steel capping rail is raised higher than standard)
Cherry wood interior 

Powered by a lister Alpha 40hp diesel engine
Four cylinder, raw water cooling
18 engine hours
Single lever morse controls 
Various engine spares
Shaft driven
Three blade, fixed pitch bronze propeller
Sleipner bow thruster (new 2012)

240V shorepower and cable
Two x 120ah batteries
SBC 140 12V/12 amp mains battery charger
Charging from engine alternator
NASA Clipper battery monitor (2012)
LED internal lighting throughout including red chart light

Fuel capacity 380 litre steel main tank (84 gallons) tank cleaned and epoxy painted in 2012
50 litre (11 gallons) secondary steel tank (Electric pump to move fuel from tank one to tank two) (2012)
Fresh water capacity 120 litre stainless steel water tank (26 gallons) (2012)
Stainless steel holding tank 50 litres (11 gallons) has deck pump out (new 2012)
Grey water tank five litres (one gallon) with integral float switch and pump

Water System: 
Pressurised hot and cold water 
Hot water from calorifier with 240V immersion heater (six gallon tank)
Additional manual pumped seawater in the galley

Bermudan cutter rig
Aluminium anodised silver mast and spars (mast built by Eurospars, ocean spec)
Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2012)
Braided running rigging (new 2012)
Selden Pro-Furl genoa furling gear (new 2013)
Slab reefing mainsail by Kemp Sails
Lazyjacks and canvas Kemp Sails lazybag
Harken deck gear throughout

Mainsail 8oz Dacron by Kemp in cream
Yankee 7oz Dacron by Kemp in cream, has a UV sun strip
Staysail 7oz Dacron by Kemp in cream
All sails were made in 2001 and are in as new condition!!! 
Cruising chute by Jeckels (1998 – as new condition)

Model33Waterline length26 feet
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