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1984 Sigma 33

location icon Woolverstone, Suffolk
Year 1984
Length 33 ft / 10.06 m
Builder/Manufacturer Marine Projects
Price
£11,450

Boats for sale uk. Sigma 33 OOD yacht for sale. The Sigma 33 is a hugely popular yacht that still gives more recent craft a run for their money!  Tiller steering. Family use in recent years.Fractional rig.  sails replaced new 2014 washed and stored annually. Sprayhood and stacpack 2015. Recent Tacktick depth, speed and wind instrumentation. Ebersbacher warm air system. Hull and keel epoxy treatment 2011. Gimballed SS stove with oven and  grill 2016. New marine wc 2016. Winters each year ashore. Engine serviced annually and winterised when laid up. Owner frequently working abroad and not using. Great cruising yacht with sparkling performance. Ashore here. Offers will be viewed

 

Specifications

Year Built 1984
Category Sail
Length Overall 33'7 ft / 10.24 m
Beam 10'7 ft / 3.23 m
Max Draft 5'11 ft / 1.80 m
Cabins 2
Electrical System 12 V
Double Berths 1
Construction Fiberglass
Keel Fin Keel
Min Draft 5'9 ft / 1.75 m
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 18.70 hp
Cruising Speed 5 kn
Maximum Speed 7 kn
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 80 L
Water Tanks 2
Ballast 1,723.65 kg
Displacement 4,309.13 kg
Displacement Type Dry Load
Tax Status Paid

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Volvo
Model: Reconditioned 2002 model
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 19hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 2 Blade, Bronze, Folding
Year: 1984
Engine Hours: 290
Accommodations
  • Quarter berth to port of companionway steps
  • Large chart table to starboard.
  • L format surface galley to starboard adjacent to companionway steps.
  • Quality stove.
  • Single settee berth to starboard with pilot berth over.
  • Central twin leaf teak table in saloon
  • L layout seating forming single settee berth with stowage under to portside midships saloon.
  • Heads in lobby between saloon and forward cabin to portside.
  • Hanging locker in lobby opposite heads.
  • Forward vee double berth with infil.
  • Teak/holly strip floor.
Hull, Deck, Safety and Canvas
  • Deep cockpit coamings
  • High safe step over to companionway steps. Reduces chance of water ingress to cabin.
  • Mainsheet track centrally placed athwart cockpit, easy control from helm position.
  • Deep cockpit locker starboard side.
  • Keel and hull epoxied 2012
  • New toilet 2017
  • New stove  2016
  • Anti slip finish to wide side decks.
  • 6 berths.
  • Sprayhood and stackpac  2016
  • Keel bolt nuts cleaned and given protective coating.
Rigging and Sails
  • Fractional Rig
  • Standing rigging  2007
  • Running rigging (  2014)
  • Maisail: slab with 3 reefing points 
  • Headsail: furling
  • Spinnaker pole 

Sails

  • Mainsail ( circa 2014)
  • Foresail ( circa 2014)
  • Two spinnakers
  • Snuffer.
Navigation
  • Autopilot: St2000 (circa 2013)
  • Chart plotter with AIS and built in GPS (circa 2014)
  • Tacktic wind speed and depth instrumentation. (circa 2014)
  • VHF: icom (circa 2015)
  • Twin bulkhead steering compasses
  • Clock / barometer 2010 
  • Large chart table with chart stowage within.
  • Navigation lights
Additional Information

 

The Sigma 33 OOD is the higher performance version of the Sigma 33 cruiser-racer design. Despite nominally being a racing design, these boats make equally good - and very fast - cruisers, with a fully fitted cruising interior. 

The Sigma 33 OOD (Offshore One Design) was designed by David Thomas, and introduced in 1978, becoming an immediate success. The original Sigma 33 OOD had a deep fin keel and fractional rig.  From 1981 onwards a 'detuned' cruising version was produced, with less sail area on a shorter masthead rig, and a shallower but heavier fin keel. Although still moderately fast yachts, and excellent boats, these were never as popular as the original OOD versions, which were equally capable as cruising and racing yachts.

About 450 of the two types were built, until production ended in the early 1990s. 'Practical Boat Owner' describe the design as ".... an excellent fast cruiser", and 'Sailing Today' said the design was ".... fast, stable, and of course, a pleasure to sail".  Despite being an old design, Sigma 33s still turn up doing well in almost every major offshore event's race results, and have made long passages as pure cruisers - at least one has circumnavigated and several have crossed the Atlantic. Their heavy weather ability was proved early on as two survived the 1979 Fastnet race.

With thanks to Yachtsnet.

 

Electrics
  • Battery state monitor
  • Batteries : Service 1x 100 Ah Domestic 2x 100 Ah
  • Battery charger
  • Shore power  with lead
Engine
  • Volvo 2002 marine diesel, raw water cooled.
  • Owner advises rebuild carried out 2012 and 290 hours use since.
  • New shaft and stern gear.2012.
Disclaimer

Precious Marine offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Some websites that link to us may not drag the full information across please feel free to click the link and ask for the full inventory.   www.preciousmarine.co.uk - Head office 01473 780286 - Ask about our Fixed Price Brokerage scheme.

Additional Contact Information

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01473 780286 ext 1 Graham

Ashore here at Woolverstone Marina Suffolk. IP9 1AS