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Morgan Yachts 33 Boats for sale
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Redondo Beach, California
1974 Morgan 33 T 1974 MORGAN 33'. DESIGNED BY CHARLES MORGAN BEFORE MORGAN WAS TAKEN OVER BY CATALINA YACHTS. THIS CLASSIC COASTAL CRUISER HAS PLENTY OF OFFSHORE EXPERIENCE AND IS READY FOR YEARS OF FUN FOR A NEW FAMILY. CLEAN INSIDE AND OUT. WITH A STURDY HULL, ALL LINES LEADING TO THE COCKPIT, LAZY JACKS, AND A RELIABLE YANMAR DIESEL; SINGLE HANDLED SAILING IS A BREEZE. UPDATES INCLUDE MANY FEATURES YOU WOULD FIND ON VESSELS MUCH NEWER AND LARGER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: PRESSURIZED HOT WATER, JIFFY REEFING SYSTEM, LAZY JACKS, HYDRAULIC BACK STAY TENSIONER, GALVANIC ISOLATOR, INVERTER WITH 4 NEW AGM BATTERIES AND CHARGER.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Posted Over 1 Month
1982 Freedom Yachts Cat Ketch 33' Wanderer was built with the sailer in mind! Easy to handle even for single hand. Her accomodations are beautiful and she is priced to move! Additional Specs, Equipment and Information: Boat Name WANDERER Specs Flag of Registry: United States Keel: Fin Dimensions LOA: 33 ft 0 in Beam: 11 ft 0 in LWL: 30 ft 0 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Displacement: 12000 lbs Ballast: 3800 lbs Engines Engine 1: Engine Brand: Yanmar Engine Model: 3GM30F Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 2690 Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (83 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (25 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (8 Gallons) The Boat Practical Sailors evaluation of this boat says, "Basic construction of the Freedom 33 hull and deck is, in our opinion, among the best in the production boat building industry. The aesthetic impression created by the interior joiner work is among the best we have had about any production boat." As far as performance, Practical Sailor has this to say, "Boat for boat she will sail by Morgan 41s, Irwin 44s, CSY 44s, Westsails and their ilk.", and "The boat does have speed and liveliness that exceeds that of most out and out cruising boats of her size, and in many conditions can rival the performance of the many so called racer-cruisers or performance cruisers." Both the main and mizzen sails are fully battened, improving both the performance and convenience of sailing. Hull and deck construction is hand laminated fiberglass with balsa core. There is 6'0" headroom through out the cabin. Interior joinery is handcrafted in ash with oak trim. Teak and holly sole. All sail controls lead aft so that one need not leave the cockpit to hoist, reef or douse sails. The freestanding masts are specially constructed in carbon fiber for strength and lightness, and the booms are aluminum. Edson wheel steering and emergency tiller are standard. Bow and stern pulpits are stainless steel, with double life lines and aluminum toe rails. Accommodations All the wood below is varnished ash with cedar strips. The warmth and illusion of spaciousness imparted by these light colored woods will appeal to many sailors. The cabin sole is teak and holly. "The stowage capacity of the Freedom 33 is by far the best we have seen in a boat this size." (Practical Sailor) With the mast right forward in the stem, the hull fullness must be carried forward to support the weight. Consequently, the forward cabin Vee berth is roomy with good stowage under and with full length shelves. Head and hanging locker are next aft port and starboard respectively. The door to the head is curved giving more room inside the head/shower. The main salon has a U-shape