The Coaster 33 Aft-cabin Pilothouse Motorsailer was built in England to very high standards by R.J. Prior and Sons. Her equipment list is extensive and one can see from reading the listing is well equipped for short-handed sailing. A recent survey discovered some wet core in her decks. The boatyard did some strengthening on the foredeck with injecting a specific wood glue. Survey is available on request.. This is a very good boat but some deck work is required on starboard side; port side is not as extensive. Price is attractively low as a result. Please come and inspect and make a reasonable offer.
Heavy displacement solid fiberglass hull, built under Lloyds supervision.
Fiberglass decks with brown treadmaster non-skid surface.
White hull, black bottom.
Some deck areas have water intrusion particularly on starboard side deck; foredeck had some also, but has been stiffened. Port deck is better than starboard and shows moisture.
Teak cockpit seats and teak grate.
Exterior fiberglass bulwarks with teak caprails.
S/S rails and bow and stern pulpit surround the decks.
Semi-enclosed wheelhouse constructed of teak with fiberglass hardtop.
Wheel steering to port with S/S and mahogany wheel.
Top of wheelhouse has two large thick plexiglass panels which give good view of mainsail.
4,800 lbs of encapsulated ballast keel.
Full keel underbody with fine entry forward, and attached rudder aft.
White gelcoat finish in very good condition..
Aluminum and S/S deck hardware.
Two dorade vents with S/S cowls.
Fixed windows in pilothouse.
Four opening portlights and 3 fixed portlights in aft cabin; 2 fixed portlights in main salon.
Teak forward hatch.
Canvas enclosure for cockpit.
Fuel: 70 gallons in two steel tanks.
Water: 80 gallons in two lined fiberglass tanks.
Nanni 418D diesel (Mercedes Benz).
Hours believed to be approximately 3400 hour as seen on the hour meter.
ZF Hurth ZF10A transmission (new 2014).
Morse engine controls.
Full engine instrumentation.
1 1/4" S/S shaft, three bladed prop.
Spur cutters on shaft.
Engine access is excellent through two Treadmaster hatches in self-bailing cockpit sole.
12V D/C & 110V A/C electrical systems.
Three 12V Group 27 batteries with battery switch.
Newmar HDM 50 charger.
55 amp alternator.
Full circuit breaker panel accessed by door on portside of helmsman's seat in wheel house.
ACCOMMODATIONS: For 5 - 6 in three separate cabins. Chain locker forward followed by single starboard berths with storage under. There is an enclosed head to port with Baby Blake W.C. & sink. To starboard is small dressing table with locker above. Next aft is the main salon which has an L-shaped settee to port with teak dining table and a single settee berth to starboard. There are bookshelves, storage lockers, and a full hanging locker. Next aft to port is the U-shaped galley, complete with S/S sink, pressurized hot and cold water, manual fresh water pump, Flavel 2 burner LPG propane stove and oven, and large ice box with Electrolux 12V or LPG refrigeration. There are numerous dish lockers, glass racks, and drawers. Galley is finished in formica with teak trim. Opposite to starboard is a chart table. Up to the wheelhouse, one continues aft to the aft cabin. There are single berths port and starboard with an upholstered seat between. There are two 3/4 length hanging lockers at the head of each berth, and a small vanity with mirror. The interior finish throughout is varnished in teak joinery of the highest quality.
SAILS AND RIGGING:
460 sq. ft. of sail area. Both main and mizzen masts are gold-anodized, stepped in tabernacles on deck, and are easily raised and lowered.
Original Mainsail by Tanbark Sails (fair condition).
Original Mizzen, fair condition.
Original Genoa, fair condition.
2nd suit of sails were recently acquired from Bacon, Annapolis, MD (reported to be in good condition).
Roller furling genoa system.
Two Harken genoa tracks.
S/S standing rigging.
Roller furling on headsails.
2 Enkes halyard winches.
Hasseldfors Swedish S/S standing rigging.
Rope to wire halyards.
Barient #17 two speed mainsheet winches.
Two Enkes #20 two speed sheet winches.
Main, mizzen, and jib sheets are all controlled from cockpit.
Autohelm 4000 Autopilot.
Seafarer Voyager depthsounder.
ICOM M500 VHF.
ICOM M700 SSB radio with tuner.
Garmin HD Radar-GPS Plotter with 5212 display.
Henderson large capacity manual bilge pump.
35 lb CQR Plow anchor with chain, mounted permanently on S/S hull plate below sternhead.
Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass.
Bow roller, large Sampson post.
Firdell Blipper radar reflector.
Paloma PH-53F LPG hot water heater.
Small holding tank with Y-valve and macerator pump.
Two windshield wipers.
Built-in boom gallows in top of pilothouse.
Propane gas bottle locker built into port deck with 2-10 lb steel bottles.
Eberspacher diesel hot-air heater (some wiring work needed to get it working).
Large fenders, docklines.
3 fire extinguishers.
Removable helmsman seat in wheelhouse.
Canvas enclosure for the cockpit.
Long shaft Nissan 6 hp outboard (no dinghy).
COMMENTS: The Coaster 33 Aft-cabin Pilothouse Motorsailer was built in England to very high standards by R.J. Prior and Sons. Her equipment list is extensive and one can see from reading the listing is well equipped for short-handed sailing. A recent survey discovered some wet core in her decks. The boatyard did some strengthening on the foredeck with injecting a specific wood glue. Survey is available on request.. This is a very good boat but some deck work is required on starboard side; port side is not as extensive. Price is attractively low as a result. Please come and inspect and make a reasonable offer.
Price is subject to change. Particulars supplied by Owner and are not warranted by broker. The Owner hereby certifies that the information and particulars concerning the vessel and her equipment are provided by the Owner and are true and correct. Vessel is offered subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.