This look like a lovely looking example of one of these extremely popular motor sailers.
She's had a lot of work done to her recently, including rewiring, upholstery and interior woodwork - her wheelhouse is a delight to be in - as is the rest of the boat!
She offers upper and lower saloons - so the best of both worlds - her accommodation could be seen as independent forward and aft areas, for those that like a little separation. The aft cabin really is a space to behold, with a lovely sized double berth and an en suite head.
If you're after a motor sailer with a sturdy and hardy reputation, to spend weekend, or a lot longer on board with family or friends, then we'd recommend a look at her quickly - we don't think she'll be here for long!
Work carried out Winter 2020/2021:
Rear of keel GRP repair
Stripped hull back to gelcoat and epoxied (VC Tar) Antilfouled
New cutlass bearing
New Volvo shaft seal
New rear engine mounts
New bilge pump float switch
New gland nut and packing on steering shaft
Raymarine A65 plotter at rear helm
New Vetus flexible fresh water tank
New galley and aft heads chrome taps
2 new 180Ah house batteries
New switch panel
New 12v dc breakers
New main isolator switch
New voltage sensitive charging relay
New diesel cabin heater
New pilothouse upholstery
General freshen up of internal woodwork
Re-bed deck hatches
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
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This Nauticat 33 Mk 2 has been personally photographed and viewed by Tim Kingston of Boatshed Brighton.
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