|Model:Sun Fast 3300|
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||10.21 m/33 ft|
|Length:||10.06 m/33 ft|
|Width:||3.41 m/11 ft|
|Fuel Capacity:||50 liter|
|Fresh water capacity:||100 liter|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
The all new Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300 is a boat designed without compromise for success on the race course. The infusion moulding process has produced a light, powerful hull with exceptional rigidity that combines speed with stability in any sea conditions. Perfectly laid out for racing singlehanded, double-handed or fully crewed, this striking design will prove to be a tough competitor racing inshore or offshore. Viewing by appointment through our Suffolk Office - Click here to reveal phone number -
The accommodation offers up to six berths. The separate heads compartment is forward with marine toilet and washbasin. 80 litre holding tank. Access to forepeak via watertight hatch. In saloon, two settee berths with stowage under and behind. Cushions and backrest have removable Sunbrella covers. Table with drop leaves. Opening hatch to deck. Chart table to starboard with plenty of space for instrumentation and compatible with laptop computers. Comfortable moulded seats port and starboard by chart table and galley. Galley to port with two burner gas hob. Stainless steel sink with pressurised cold water system. 100 litre freshwater capacity. Icebox. There are good sized plexiglas windows on the coachroof port and starboard allowing forward and upward vision for crew at the galley or chart table. Two aft cabins with good sized double berths. These berths can be raised for comfortable sleeping whilst heeled. In each cabin there is a portlight to the cockpit, fabric hanging locker, storage space under the berths and fabric cabins door closures. There is good access to the engine compartment. Headroom by the companionway is 5' 10", aft cabins 6' 2" and forward in the saloon 5' 1".
Located behind the companionway, Yanmar 2YM15 twin cylinder 15hp diesel engine. Electric start. Shaft drive to two bladed folding propeller. Seawater cooled. 50 litre fuel capacity in plastic tank. Single lever control.
2 x 12 volt batteries in two banks 125 Ah alternator
Spars & Sails
Fractionally rigged sloop. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Deck stepped mast. Dyform stainless steel standing rigging. Two textile adjustable backstays. Spectra and Terylene running rigging. Slab reefing to mainsail. Forestay set up for hanked sails. Lines led aft to cockpit. Two Harken 40.2 self tailing primary sheet winches for genoa, spinnaker and backstays. Two Harken 40.2 self tailing winches on coachroof for halyards and control lines. Harken deck hardware. Spinlock clutches.
Self draining anchor locker. Anchor with chain and warp Composite bowsprit for Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires Stainless steel coachroof grabrails Moulded toe rail specially shaped for comfortable crew hiking Mooring cleats fore and aft Mooring lines Various warps and fenders
Built by Jeanneau to a design by Andrieu/Verdier. Infusion moulded GRP balsa cored hull with infusion moulded inner liner. Infusion moulded GRP foam cored superstructure. Infusion moulded GRP cored bulkheads. Lead and cast iron straight fin keel. Twin spade hung rudders. Tiller steering. Aft self draining cockpit. Adjustable footholds for helmsman.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.