£ 37,950

Ebbtide - 33

Ebbtide - 33 Blue Water Cruisers for sale in Plymouth at Boatshop24.co.uk
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Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1998
Sales status:Sold
Length:10.06 m/33 ft
Width:3.11 m/10 ft
KW:40.0 hp

Ebbtide 33 - 1998 - £37,950 Alan Pape designed, classic long-distance yacht with full keel, transom-hung rudder and cutter rig.

Professionally built hard chine steel hull in 1987, first fit commenced July1996 by Bridge End Boat Company and briefly commissioned in 1998 to be RCD exempt; then taken by road to the owners' premises while work commitments took them abroad. 2nd fit and various modifications carried out by Danvic Marine, SE Cornwall, from Sept 2011 until Sept.2012. Launched for six months and then laid ashore under covers until September 2016. Lister 40 HP diesel engine with only approximately 24 hours run from new!
Interior joinery in cherry wood, 6 berths, stove heating and new upholstery. This yacht is like new, having been very lightly used locally, it is a hugely capable yacht, well laid out for short-handed sailing with an extensive inventory. Keen to set sail on her first adventure! A 360 degree panorama tour is available for this boat, click on 'Full Specs' and then scroll to the link at the bottom of the page Contact us on <span class="contact-replace-phone removed" data-number="IDAxNzUyIDIyODg1NSA=">- Phone number removed -</span> or email us for more information or to arrange a viewing
Sleeps up to 6 in two cabins with good headroom and excellent handholds. Forward Cabin: Two single vee berths, portholes each side, opening deck hatch, hanging locker and additional storage cupboards. Hatch access to the anchor locker. Head: Marine toilet with overboard and holding tank discharge, hand basin with H&C pressurised water supply and shower, porthole, storage cupboards. Saloon: Settee to port with stove on forward bulkhead, U-shaped settee to starboard which converts to double berth with infill, portholes each side, opening deck hatch, solid wood table with extending flaps, storage cupboards. New fitted carpeting to main saloon area to be fitted May ‘17 Galley: Galley area to starboard fitted with twin stainless steel sinks basin, H&C pressurised water supply with Monobloc mixer tap, Manual pumped seawater tap, Nelson Spinflo stainless steel two burner cooker with oven and grill. Storage for plates, cups and utensils. Large Custom built top opening 12v refrigerator. Cherry wood interior joinery Blue and gold fabric upholstery (2012) Cabin heated by charcoal stove
Navigation Equipment
At Nav Station:
NASA Clipper fluxgate steering compass (2012)
Standard Horizon Omni Log/Depth repeater
NASA Clipper BM-1 Battery Monitor (2012)
ICOM M411 DSC VHF (2012)
McMurdo 406 EPIRB In Cockpit:
Standard Horizon SL50 log
Standard Horizon WS50 wind
Standard Horizon DS 50 echosounder
NASA Clipper fluxgate steering compass (2012)
Simrad tiller pilot TP10 (2013)
Mechanical and electrical systems
LISTER ALPHA 40HP Four cylinder, indirectly cooled diesel.
Engine hours only 24 hours run from new! Last serviced: autumn 2016
Shaft drive to a three bladed fixed propeller
Cruising speed 5 knots. Maximum speed reportedly 6 ½ knots+.
Powerful Sleipner Sidepower SE60/185s bowthruster (New in 2012) giving easy manoeuvring control. ELECTRICAL: Two 120ah batteries (2012) charged by engine driven alternator and a 240v battery charger
SBC 140 Battery monitor system
240v Shore power & cable TANKAGE 380 litre fuel tank in keel + 50 litre ‘Day’ fuel tank with electric transfer pump 120 litre stainless steel water tank beneath cabin sole
50 litre stainless steel black water tank (2012) with deck pump-out
5 litre grey water tank WATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Manually pumped seawater to galley
Water heated by engine Calorifier circuit and 240v immersion heater
Sails and spars
Aluminium mast and spars by Eurospar (Ocean Spec)
Stainless steel standing rigging (New in 2012)
Braided running rigging, all lines led aft
Slab reefing main
Selden Pro-Furl furling system (New in 2013)
Harken deck gear
Kemp mainsail pack away system with lazy jacks (New in 2012) SAILS
Mainsail 8oz by Kemp in cream (2001 – as new condition)
Yankee 7oz by Kemp in cream (2001 – as new condition)
Staysail 7oz by Kemp in cream (2001 – as new condition)
Cruising chute by Jeckells (1998 – as new condition)
Spinnaker WINCHES
Two Holmatro twin speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches (New in 2012)
Two Harken single speed staysail sheet winches
Two Harken single speed self-tailing halyard winches
One Harken single speed winch on the mast
Two triple and two double Spinlock clutches (2012)
Deck Equipment
15kg Bruce anchor with 5m 3/8” chain and rope
Lofrans manual windlass
Self launching/ self stowing anchor GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit.
Stainless steel guardrails with gates alongside the cockpit.
Navigation lights, deck light.
Stainless steel gantry for antennae.
Cockpit floodlight.
New un-used sprayhood on stainless steel frame (fitted May 2017).
Cockpit cover.
Spray dodgers (2012)
Warps & fenders.
Boat hook.
Engine spares.
Aerosol horn.
Clock and Barometer (2012)
Safety Equipment
Avon valise 4 man life raft – needs to be serviced
Lifebuoy + light (2012)
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay (2012)
History & Construction
EBBTIDE 33 - Designed by Alan Pape. Hull originally fabricated in 1987. Purchased from the hull's fabricator in 1989, delivered to our vendor's then home and stored until 1996, when, upon return from the vendor's career abroad, the engine was fitted and the boat transported by road to Plymouth for the Bridgend Boat Company to fit-out. Launched in advance of the imposition of the RCD requirements in 1998. The vessel then taken to and stored at the owner's farm in Cornwall. The 2nd fit and a number of modifications were then completed by Danvic Marine in Millbrook, Cornwall (Sept 2011-Sept 2012) when she was also finally rigged in Plymouth. Sailed for sea trials and then laid ashore under covers until Sept.2016. Re-launched, but out of commission for use as temporary accommodation alongside the owner's 38' motorboat while the latter was being fitted with new engines during the winter 2016/17. Delivered to the Barbican Yacht Agency's display berths May 2017 and that, genuinely, all that she has done! CONSTRUCTION
White and blue epoxy painted steel hull (professionally painted in 1998 and a further three coats 2012)
Hull and deck is of 4mm plate, keel sides 6mm - and keel base is 10mm thick.
Epoxy-painted and Treadmaster anti-slip finished deck.
Teak laid cockpit seats and teak cockpit grating.
Varnished cherry wood interior
Long keel with tiller steered, transom hung rudder.
Encapsulated keel incorporates the main diesel tank, with stainless steel freshwater tanks above. Dimensions:
L.O.D. 10.14m (33' 3")
L.O.A. 11.15m (36' 9")
Beam: 3.10m (10' 2")
Draft: 1.25m (4' 11")
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.
A panoramic tour of this vessel can be viewed at this link: https://EyeSpy360.vr-360-tour.com/e/CAQBXa2n-q0/e
Model33Max Draft4.2 feet
Barbican Yacht Agency
Barbican Yacht Agency
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