Sailing BoatsCruisersSparkman StevensDeb 33
Was £23,000 now only £19,950 The Deb 33 is an attractive centreboard / lift keel cruiser whose moderate draft allows full exploration of the shallow waters of the East Coast and beyond. Six berth layout. In 2009 the hull was resprayed, standing rigging and guard wire replaced. All ports removed and resealed. Deck hatches added, new exhaust system fitted, 12v system rewired, mast refurbished and rewired, new electronics added and mains power fitted.
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The accommodation offers up to six berths in two cabins. V berth forward. Separate heads to port with marine toilet. In saloon, L shaped dinette to port, converting to double berth, with single settee berth opposite. Fold away saloon table. Chart table to port with quarter berth behind and galley opposite. Two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven. Stainless steel sink with manually pumped water supply. 40 gallons freshwater capacity. Refrigerated coolbox.
Located beneath a saloon seat, Nanni three cylinder 29hp diesel engine (new 2005). Electric start. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive to two pitch Gori three bladed folding propeller. Single lever control. 20 gallons fuel capacity in stainless steel tank giving approximately 250 miles range at 6 knots cruising speed. Maximum speed under power 7 knots. The engine has completed approximately 340 hours from new.
Two 12v deep cycle domestic batteries (2017). One engine starting battery (2017). Adverc battery management system. DC system rewired. 240v shore power system with galvanic isolator and RCD to sockets. Adverc battery management system. Charging via alternator.
Sails & Spars
Masthead rigged sloop. Anodised aluminium mast and boom. Stainless steel standing rigging (2010). Backstay adjuster. Terylene running rigging (2010). Rod kicker. Slab reefing mainsail. Lazyjacks. Profurl headsail furling system. Alloy spinnaker pole. Mast rewired 2011. Two Harken ST40 radial primary sheet winches. One Halyard winch. Lewmar one touch handles. Barton removable mainsheet track with new Lewmar HTX mainsheet blocks. Jeckells stackpack with lazyjacks. Mainsail - 2007 Furling genoa - 2012 Storm Jib Spare Genoa
CQR anchor with chain and warp Danforth anchor Quick DP2 1000W anchor windlass Gebo deck hatches above saloon and forepeak Mainsail cover Sprayhood Bimini Cockpit awning by Dolphin Boarding ladder Various fenders and warps Mastclimba ladder Burke bosuns chair
Poseidon steering compass Echopilot depth, boatspeed and log Garmin VHF 200i with Metz Manta 6 VHF antenna Garmin GMI-20 display with GWS10 windspeed and direction Airmar DST 80 boatspeed and log transducers Digital Yacht AIS 100 Pro Garmin GPS Map 750 Clipper Navtex Clipper Meteoman Icom IC-M33 handheld VHF All equipment interconnected on NMEA 2000 bus Masthead and deck level navigation lights
Deck lights Two fire extinguishers Fire blanket Odeo laser flare Various flares (dates unknown) Two horseshoe lifebuoys Foghorn Rescue harness and line Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump
Built in 1979 by Deacons Boatyard to a design by Sparkman & Stephens. Blue GRP hull with style stripes, resprayed in midnight blue (Awlgrip) in 2010. Teak toe rail. White GRP superstructure with blue painted non-slip to decks. Long shallow keel with lifting centreplate. Skeg hung rudder. Tiller steering. Aft self draining cockpit. 2009 insurance survey.
In 2009 the hull was resprayed, standing rigging and guard wire replaced. All ports removed and resealed. Deck hatches added, new exhaust system fitted, 12v system rewired, mast refurbished and rewired, new electronics added and mains power fitted.
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