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|Location||Brick, New Jersey, United States|
|Tax Status||Tax Not Applicable|
|Length at Water Line||8.25 m|
|Dry Weight||10600 lb|
|Max Bridge Clearance||14.38 m|
|Engine Model||2 Cylinder|
Reason for selling is "Not using".
This Hunter has now been on the market a couple months. Looking for any offers!
Well maintained 1982 Hunter 33 Cherubini! Ready to sail!
The first Hunter 33 was built in 1977 and designed by John Cherubini of Hunter Marine (USA). Its simple hull design, a fin keel with spade rudder, has proven the test of time as a reliable, relatively fast hull with unmatched stability and handling.
The masthead sloop design appeals to many sailors which is why the Hunter 33 is so popular. This particular Hunter 33 looks particularly good. The seller says she's been in the water almost 2 years and was removed twice for a haul and wash and bottom paint.
An original Hunter headsail has been newly luffed and is ready to be installed. Currently, there are two good main sails.
There is a working RayMarine nav/GPS which is tied into the autopilot and a solar panel.
The original Yanmar engine is reliable and operates well.
Below deck needs some minor cosmetic repairs and is a work in progress. Fully functional for sure.
While we will always attempt to provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market, during any purchase from Pop you will be encouraged to schedule an inspection from an independent, accredited surveyor and every purchase WILL ALWAYS BE subject to your satisfaction with the results from your independent survey and your own personal trial run.
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The engine hours are unknown, however the engine starts right up and is reliable. Overall, the boat is in good condition per the seller, sails are good. Down below, the alcohol stove is disconnected. The circuit board in original and has a couple of broken toggles which the seller intends to replace shortly. Seller says the water pump operating the shower should be replaced. Ballast is estimated at 4,100 lbs. This Hunter 33 is water ready and equipped for immediate use.
- Cabin Lighting (Included)- Head (Included)
- Ice Box (Included)
- Shower (Included)
- Sink - Galley (Included)
- Stove / Oven (Included)
- Bottom Paint Antifouling (Included)
- Anchor Locker (Included)- Bow Rail (Included)
- Cleats - Fixed (Included)
- Cockpit Seating (Included)
- Rub Rails (Included)
- Battery Switch (Included)- Circuit Breaker Panel (Included)
- Courtesy Lights (Included)
- Fuse Panel (Included)
- Solar Panel (Included)
- Stereo (Pioneer)
- Bilge Pump (Included)- Holding Tank (Included)
- Rudder (Spade)
- Rudder Indicator (Included)
- Water Tank (Included)
- Autopilot (Raymarine)- Compass (Included)
- Masthead Light: (Included)
- Navigation Lights (Included)
- RAY MARINE W/ GPS (Included)
- Backstay (Included)- Blocks (Included)
- Boom (Included)
- Lifelines (Included)
- Mast (Included)
- Running Rigging (Included)
- Sloop Rig (Included)
- Standing Rigging (Included)
- Traveler (Included)
- Winches - Manual (Included)
- Grab Rails (Included)
- Covers - Sail (Main)- Dodger (Included)
- Main Sail (Two)
- Roller Furling Jib (Included)