|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||10.06 m/33 ft|
|Length:||10.06 m/33 ft|
|Width:||3.28 m/11 ft|
|Draft:||1.75 m/6 ft|
|Engine manufacturer:volvo penta md2030|
|No. of cabins:||3|
|No. of berths:||7|
Built in Sweden and finished to a very high standard this boat provides a safe and comfortable cruising experience. It had a new engine fitted in 2005 with just 300 hours and a new bow thruster in 2005 which together with the way she has been set up makes for easy single handed sailing. This is a deceptively spacious boat for a 33 footer with a very pleasing interior and an excellent maintenance record. She came 2nd in her class in the 1996 AZAB (Azores and Back) Race and is now fully equipped and ready to go.
Comfortable accommodation sleeping 7 in 3 cabins comprising a large aft cabin, forward v-berth that converts to a double and saloon table that converts to a further double plus a single berth. With spacious 6' 2" headroom and pleasing blue upholstery and mahogany woodwork throughout, which together with the heating, makes for a very spacious and comfortable boat. The heads have a shower and marine toilet and hand basin plus wet locker. There is also a deck shower to rinse off when you board from a swim!
Engine, Mechanical & Electronic Equipment
Vovlo Penta MD2030 29 hp fresh water cooled engine which was new in 2005 together with gear box, sail drive leg, prop and control unit. A new bow thruster fitted in 2006 and a Windvane Self Steering system for long voyages. 2 new 12v batteries fitted in 2012 with engine alternator.
Clipper echo sounder and GPS repeater, Stowe echo sounder and wind indicator. Furuno GPS, Nasa Navtex
I had to keep reminding myself that I was on a 33' boat as she feels so much bigger. A lovely sleek design with teak decking and a great set up for single handed sailing. The owner has meticulously maintained her with all sails cleaned and serviced at the end of each season and a new engine and bow thruster fitted in 2005. With her racing pedigree she makes for a great cruiser racer and with all safety equipment and a fully fitted galley she is ready to set sail.