South East Coast200210.05 m/33 ftNo. of engines 2
A very special bespoke Lochin 333 - originally built for a very discerning owner with a passion for sports fishing in France. 'Missie Lou' has a comprehensive specification both in terms nof her build characteristics and installed equipment much of which was recently replaced. The functional layout has all the essentials for short-handed operation and a performance best suited to this hull. This craft underwent a significant refit in 2016 including a new fuel system, tank cleaning, etc.. A rare opportunity to buy a genuine Lochin at a fraction of replacement cost.
Lowrence HDS 12 Touch (2015)
Lowrance HDS 7 Touch (2016)
Lowrence 3G Radar (2015)
Raymarine Autopilot (2015)
Icom IC-M323 DSC VHF (2015)
Richie Steering Compass
12v system provided by 2 battery banks (one set replaced 2016)charged by the engine alternators.
220v Shore Power system with outlets
Waeco Battery Charger (2016) and connection lead.
Twin CUMMINS 6BTA5.9M3 turbo-charged and intercooled diesel engines each rated at 315bhp connected to Twin Disc MG506A adjusted angle gearboxes driving through 2" stern gear. Engine controls are manual single lever cable controls at the main helm.
SPEED: Reportedly 23 knots (max) 18/20 knots (Cruise)
Recorded Hours (at inspection) - 600hrs
FUEL: 900 litres (200 gals) in two polypropylene tanks independantly supplying each engine.
WATER: 88 litres in one polypropylene tank
BLACK WATER: Optional discharge through tank or overboard
2016 REFIT: Fuel tanks removed and cleaned and all copper pipework replaced, new Racor filters and all connections to the tanks/engines renewed. New bow roller plate fitted together with a CJ side mounted capstan winch. Engines both fully maintained and systems checked, stern gland adjustments, etc.. etc.. Full details available on request.
SERVICE - Full completed end of 2018 to include sea water pumps both overhalled
6-man Life -raft in stainless steel fame (service due 2019)
Auto Fire Extinguisher system (new 2016)
Bilge Pumps (Electric & Manual)
..........other sundry safety equipment will be included
From forward - FORWARD CABIN: Four 'tiered' berths with storage under the lower berths plus infill for conversion to a double. Access to the bow thruster. The GALLEY area to port has a stainless steel sink unit with pumped cold water (no cooker fitted). HEADS compartment to starboard with sea toilet. Companionway steps to: WHEELHOUSE with helm console to port housing engine instrument panels, auxiliary switching and controls. Wipers, trim tabs and bow thruster joy stick controls are in close proximity. The helmsman seat has the CB panel located below and opposite a navigator's area with dual upholstered seat. The vinyl upholstery was recently replaced. Ventilation hatches are fitted above each seating position. An additional seat and locker with drawers is located against the rear wheelhouse bulkhead, adjacent to the central door exiting to: The COCKPIT AREA: The flush cockpit deck provides easy access to both engines with an additional tiller flat hatch to the steering gear and below-deck storage space. The inner gunnel has in-built lockers for fishing equipment and general gear. Two seats are fitted to the bulkhead under the extended wheelhouse roof which doubles and storage of an inflatable dinghy. A slatted seat is fitted accross the transom with access to the stern ladder and transom mounted swim platform. High quality bollards and cleats are fitted and the substantial fendering system follows the gunnel shear. A CJ electric capstan winch is fitted to the starboard deck for anchoring from the cockpit.
CJ Electric Capstan Winch - side mounted with lead rollers (2016)
Bruce Anchor, Warp & Chain (2016)
Bollards and Cleats (incl. mid-ship cleats)
Heavy Duty Fendering
Gantry Mast (GRP)
Extended Wheelhouse Roof
Out Rigger Poles
Stainless Steel Wood Slatted Stern Platform,
Stainless Steel Rails and Ladder
Searchlight (console controlled)
Ventilation hatches above Helm and Nav. positions
" A boat I and my wife always wanted to own and did not disappoint in any direction. We simply love her capabilities in any conditions and that is why we decided to fulfil our dream".
"This vessel has an interesting history being first constructed for an 83-year old Frenchman who was passionate about fishing and - in particular - catchingTuna. He had her built very much to his personal requirements, which included extending the wheelhouse roof to produce some shade in hotter climes. Maintained by a retained skipper, she had a charmed life based in Port Grimaud near St. Tropez until 4 years ago, when she returned to the UK. Lovely specification and much transformed for use in less hospitable surroundings."...Read full description