Sailing BoatsCruisersGib'SeaModel 33
The Gib'Sea 33 is a comfortable, high-volume, modern cruising yacht, built by Dufour yachts to compete with the Hunter Legend 33, Beneteau Oceanis 331 and smaller Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32. Although rarely seen due to Dufour concentrating marketing on their main range, the Gib'Sea design is aging very well, with features like her moulded anchor sprit and clean lines making her appear far newer than most of the competition! Below decks she combines arguably the perfect layout at this size with excellent headroom, good stowage, and an attractive finish. Dreamcatcher has diesel fired heating, hot water, fridge, holding tank, bimini, cockpit cushions, transom shower, a Raymarine nav package with autopilot and radar, and is presented in very good condition for her age! Viewing by appointment only through our Essex office on - Click here to reveal phone number -
The accommodation offers six berths in two double sleeping cabins plus the saloon, with good standing headroom throughout (approx. 6'3" in most areas). FORECABIN: Fitted with a generous double V berth, two seats and hanging lockers, further stowage and an opening hatch to the foredeck. SALOON: The saloon is unusually light and spacious for this size, and is laid out in the traditional style of two settee berths, at 6'6" long they are larger than usually found, with flip-up backs to increase space and provide useful storage for bedding, either side of a central dining table with folding leaves and storage. Six large portlights and a central hatch provide excellent natural light and ventilation. GALLEY: An L-shaped galley aft to port is equipped with a gimballed 2-burner gas cooker with oven (serviced June 2015 with new burners and flame failure device), top-opening fridge, large stainless steel sink, and storage. CHART TABLE: To starboard is an aft-facing chart table, with instrumentation, an electrical distribution panel and storage. AFT CABIN: Double aft cabin to port with double berth, hanging locker, storage shelves, large opening aft portlight, and engine access. HEADS: Large heads aft to starboard with marine toilet, holding tank with Y-valve fitted for optional discharge overboard, washbasin, shower, wet hanging area, excellent storage, opening portlight, and access to the large cockpit locker. GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Eberspacher Airtronic D4 diesel fired heating system. Hot and cold pressurised water system via calorifier with immersion coil. Finished with a Pedang teak interior, teak and holly soleboards, blue velour upholstery and complimenting curtains, creating a very welcoming and comfortable interior.
Located abaft the companionway, Volvo Penta MD2020 three-cylinder 19hp diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Single lever controls with electric start. Plastic 90L fuel tank giving an approximate motoring range of 150 miles. Shaft drive with ropecutter to fixed three-bladed propeller. The engine has been regularly serviced (last serviced June 2020), appears in very good cosmetic condition and is showing as having run for 1723hrs since new, equating to a healthy 90hrs a season. In 2014 a major service was carried out including a new heat exchanger, tappet adjustment together with the usual full service items.
3 x 12v 75ah Batteries (2 x domestic new 2015, engine battery new 2020) charged by engine alternator. Shorepower system with ring mains, immersion coil and Victron smart battery charger (new 2020). Electrical distribution panel with gauges and breaker switches. Full cabin lighting including reading and chart lights.
Spars and Sails
Masthead rigged bermudan sloop. Selden anodised aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging. Rope kicker. In-mast furling mainsail. Headsail furling system. All lines led aft to cockpit with jammers. 2 x Lewmar 30 self-tailing sheet winches. Lewmar 30 self-tailing halyard winch. In-mast furling mainsail - Elvstrom - 2001 - fair/good Furling Genoa - Elvstrom - 2001 - fair/good Cruising chute - Kemp - 2008 - good
Delta anchor with chain and warp Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass Self-stowing anchor sprit Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions Stainless steel boarding ladder with integrated helm seat Burgundy sprayhood, bimini, dodgers and binnacle cover (new October 2014) Blue striped fitted removable cockpit cushions Folding cockpit table and cockpit drinks holders Transom mounted dinghy snap-davits Transom shower Various warps and fenders
Plastimo Contest 130 steering compass on binnacle VHF radio at chart table Raytheon ST40 Bi-data depth sounder on binnacle Raytheon ST40 wind instrument on binnacle Raymarine C80 colour GPS chart plotter with radar feed at companionway Raymarine RC435 colour GPS chart plotter at chart table (not connected/functioning) Raytheon ST4000 autopilot Furuno Navtex Clock and barometer Navigation lights
3 x Fire extinguishers Fire blanket Horseshoe lifebuoy with floating light Danbuoy Seago 4 man liferaft (new 2005, service now due) Jackstays Cockpit harness points Radar reflector Emergency tiller Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump
Gib'Sea 33 built by Dufour to a design by Olivier Poncin and J&J Design in 2001. White GRP hull with style stripes, superstructure and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. Copper coated beneath the waterline in 2013. Aluminium toe rail. Cast iron fin keel. Wheel steering to spade rudder. Aft self-draining cockpit. Moulded mini-bowsprit for easy self-stowing anchoring.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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