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Model: Nauticat 33 mkI
Price: £37,900 (GBP)
Year: 1973
Hull: GRP

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Model: Nauticat 33 mkI
Price: £37,900 (GBP)
Year: 1973
Hull: GRP
LOA: 32' 10" (10m)
LOD: 28' 2" (8.6m)
Beam: 10' 8" (3.3m)
Draft: 4' 2" (1.3m)
Displacement: 15680lbs
Keel: Long keel
Rig: Ketch
Engine Type: Perkins
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 600ltr
Water: 200ltr
Location: North Wales

The name means Seahorse The Nauticat Mk 1 built in Finland and famous for the quality of the build, and the comfort on offer would make an ideal live aboard. With her ketch rig and powerful Perkins Diesel engine she will be easily handled and will be a delight to own and sail. This vessel has been well maintained by a devoted owner and is worth a viewing. She offers spacious accommodation in three cabins, with a large well equipped galley and a separate heads. There are six berths and a large wheelhouse so no shortage of comfort and shelter from the elements with heating to all three cabins.
Recent work done includes New toilet Fresh water tank Water supply completely re piped 2x 115amp hour batteries New starter motor New alternator


Accommodation:
A total of six berths in three cabins all heated by the Eberspacher heater.
There is a double in the fore cabin, the dining area converts into a double berth and there are two berths in the aft cabin. There is a separate heads compartment and a kenwood stereo.
Galley:
Gas cooker with oven and four burners, fridge, gas heater for hot water and double sink with ample storage space.
Sails:
With a fully battened main, Genoa and mizzen sail all in good condition.


Instruments:
Furuno Radar, clipper depth sounder, clipper log, Garmin 75 GPS, Magellan Nav 6510, Sea voice RT 100, ST 4000 Autohelm,
Electrical System:
12v with shore power.
Equipment:
Liferaft, 2 horseshoe life buoys, searchlight.Warps and Fenders.
Additional Info:
The last survey was carried out in 2002 and this is available to serious enquirers.




View from starboard - She is currently ashore

The view from starboard bow - This boat has been well maintained

The view from the port bow -

Seen from the starboard quarter -

Port quarter view - Note the boarding gate and the wooden guard rails

The rudder and propellor -

Another view of the propellor - Looking along the keel on the starboard side

The starboard side - Below the waterline looking aft

The port side - Below the waterline looking forwards.

The foredeck view - Note the laid decks and twin samson posts

The anchor windlass - There are two samson posts, the hatch covers the anchor well

The furling gear - Sits over the bowsprit

The spacious foredeck - Note the laid decks with good access.

The forehatch -

Looking down the starboard side - Note the large wheelhouse windows

The wheelhouse top - Note the large hatch giving ample light this can be opened for more ventilation.

The quarter deck - Note the davits, and the life raft

Another view of the quarter deck - Note the twin samson posts and the stern locker

The wheelhouse - Excellent visibility and comfort

The wheelhouse - As seen from the quarter deck looking forwards, note the mizzen boom.

A general view of the wheelhouse - Lots of space and comfort with excellent all around vision

The wheelhouse - with a view along the main boom

The starboard side deck - Note the lifting gate in the guardrails

The port side deck - Looking aft

The view from the wheel - Note the many instruments and the chart table

The rear of the wheelhouse - With the companionway into the aft cabin

General view of the aft cabin - There are two single berths and ample storage space

Another view of the aft cabin - Looking across at the port berth, note the hand basin

The starboard berth - Again in the aft cabin, the door leads to the steps up into the wheelhouse

Looking into the wheelhouse - From the aft cabin

The view of the wheelhouse - From the aft cabin, the companionway on the right leads into the main saloon.

The main saloon - The table converts to a double berth

The view from the helm - Instruments and chart table ideally placed

Another view of the wheel - The radiator is a winter precaution against frost

The dining area - Note the ample locker space

The dining area - Situated on the port side note oil lamp

The galley - Note the water heater and twin sinks

The galley - Note the cooker and the refrigerator,there is ample storage available

The main saloon - Looking aft on the starboard side

The seperate heads compartment - Note the wash hand basin

The forecabin - Can be a double with the filler in place

The view from the fore cabin - Looking aft into the main saloon

The engine compartment - Seen from the wheelhouse

The engine compartment - Access from the wheelhouse

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Model: Nauticat 33 mkI
Price: £37,900 (GBP)
Year: 1973
Hull: GRP
LOA: 32' 10" (10m)
LOD: 28' 2" (8.6m)
Beam: 10' 8" (3.3m)
Draft: 4' 2" (1.3m)
Displacement: 15680lbs
Keel: Long keel
Rig: Ketch
Engine Type: Perkins
Engine: Inboard Diesel
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 600ltr
Water: 200ltr
Location: North Wales

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