|Typ||North Sea 33|
|Liegeplatz||Bainbridge Island, Washington, Vereinigte Staaten|
|Länge über alles||10.06 m|
|Max. Durchfahrtshöhe||13.72 m|
|Treibstoffstanks||1 x 80 gal|
|Frischwassertanks||1 x 90 gal|
|Fäkalientanks||1 x 9 gal|
This is a very unique boat I have owned and loved since 2000 and have traveled on for 15,000 nautical miles. She is usually the prettiest boat in the harbor and gets a lot of looks. My wife calls her my mistress. She was even in the Washington State calendar in 1999. She was built by the Flying Dutchman Yachts group and designed by Andew Davidhazy, “Built for the comfort of the first mate”. She is hull one of four and was in the 1977 Kingdome boat show, so she had extra detail work done. Of the four made this is the only one that has been well maintained. With the boat comes a copy of the Washington State Calendar, the 1977 boat show guide “Castoff”, pictures of the boat being uncrated in Vancouver BC, and blueprints from the designer.
She is a very comfortable boat with wide decks and shrouds out of the way. She has a beautiful solid teak pilothouse with the rare design of a dinette in the pilothouse, so your passengers are always in bright light, can take in the vistas and see where you are going while staying warm. She is so stable I you can leave your coffee cup about anywhere and it will be fine. In the winter with the Dickenson stove she is warm and cozy. Often I’m inside cruising in my shorts with a coffee whilst I watch my fellow sailors freeze in the wind and rain.
She has an awesome range under power you can motor from Seattle to Desolation and back without refueling. She has a large galley and sleeps five, the rest you can see in the pictures. All but the first four pictures were taken in the past year.
•LOA 33’ 4”
•LWL 27’ 6”
•Beam 10’ 7”
•Draft 5’ 2”
•Ballast 5,400 cutaway full keel
•2010 repowered with a Yanmar 4JHE; .7gph at 6.2 kts currently around 600 hours.
•The covers were made ~ 2014, very nice work from Inger PT Canvas.
•1000lb Stainless Lewmar windlass with inside controls.
•JRC LCD Radar.
•Garmin Chart plotter, charts to circumnavigate Vancouver Island.
•Autohelm 400+ autopilot.
•2016 Topsides were painted with LP Perfection, as well as new bottom paint.
•2017 New 2000W Inverter, 2 of the golf cart batteries replaced, new 100W solar panel.
•Profurl roller furling on both sails.
•Sails; Main, Jib, Foresail, Genoa, Drifter Reacher; all serviceable except small tear in drifter.
•~1998 The cabin top and mast were replaced. The mast was made by Port Townsend shipwrights.
•Two stainless water tanks ~ 45 gallons each.
•Two black iron fuel tanks ~ 40 gallons each.
•One stainless sump tank ~ 15 gallons estimated.
•One poly holding tank ~ 10 gallons.
•Dickinson Atlantic stove.
•Red dot type engine heated cab heater.
•25lb CQR anchor, 50’ 5/16 chain and 100’ ½ line.
•Many spares including an engine.
- Sleeps 5
- Two panama style canopies
- Cockpit cushions
- Swim Ladder
- Icom VHF
- JRC LCD Radar
- Garmin 198c Chart Plotter / Fish Finder
- Garmin charts to circumnavigate Vancouver Island
- Autohelm 400+ autopilot with remote
- Lewmar 1000lb stainless windlass with inside controls
- Dickenson Atlantic diesel stove
- Stainless butane stove with spare
- 2017 Galley sink replaced counter refinished
- Dual helm
- 1000lb Stainless Lewmar Windlass with inside controls
- Outboard hoist
- Engine Hydronic Cab Heater
- Hot water tank dual heating 120v and engine
- Two new golf cart house batteries
- 100W Solar panel
- Spare running engine