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1984 Cape Dory 33

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Carl Alberg designed masthead sloop meticulously maintained with powerful lines and easily driven. Below decks she is a boat that stands apart from most production boats with New England craftsmanship which produce a warm and inviting interior

Isabelle’s owners have cruised her from New York to Maine & she has been stored under a custom cover each winter. The boat is easily single handed with a well laid out cockpit & updated electronics, an excellent family or couple boat.

L.O.A. 33’ ½” Beam: 10’ 3” Draft 4’ 10”
Displacement: 13000 Ballast: 5500
Bridge Clearance: 48’6 Cruising: 6.2 knots
Fuel: 17 gal Water: 74 gal Holding: 12 gal

Equipment on Board:

Accommodations:
• V-berth forward drawers & storage & custom sheets
• 2 settee berths, one extends to double
• Quarter berth
• Hanging locker & teak woodwork throughout
• 9 bronze opening ports w/screens
• Custom upholstery and curtains
• Head with shower
• Navigation station
• Wet locker
• Force 10 heater
• Brass clock, barometer & tide clock
• Thermometer & Humidity indicator
Galley:
• 3 burner Force 10 CNG stove w/oven
• Large Ice box
• Double S/S sink
• Hot and cold pressurized water
• Dry locker, drawers, dish storage, and pantry shelf
• 6 gal hot water heater 120 VAC or engine heat exchanger
Electronics:
• Autohelm 4000 (reconditioned 09)
• Raymarine RL70 plus – Radar, GPS & Chart Plotter
• VHF radio w/wireless mike (07)
• Depth sounder (reconditioned 07), speed & distance log
• Compass at helm & nav-station
• Wind speed & direction indicator
Electrical:
• 12 volt DC, 110 volt AC
• 2 group 31 West Marine wet cell batteries
• AC receptacles on GFCI
• Solar panel w/controller
• Electrical panel professionally wired with terminal blocks
• Shore power cable
• Masthead anchor, tricolor & strobe light
• Bilge pump w/3 way panel switch
Sails & Rigging:
• Aluminum spar stepped to keel
• Stainless wire strand standing rigging (10)
• New stainless wire strand lifelines (10)
• Harken roller furling system
• Mainsail (3 reefs) w/Lazy Jacks (08)
• 135% genoa w/foam luff and UV cover (reconditioned 10)
• 110% & Storm Jibs
• Cruising spinnaker w/sock
• Two self-tailing bronze Lewmar winches and three regular winches
• Whisker pole
• Boomvang
Deck:
• Stainless folding boarding ladder
• Gas Grill w/cover – w/Propane storage container
• Leather covered destroyer type steering wheel
• 35# CQR anchor with 25′ of chain and 200′ of line
• 25# Danforth anchor with 25′ of chain and 200′ of line
• Wash down pump (07), bow anchor roller
• Bimini and Dodger with stainless frame and custom hand rail
• Sail Cover & Pulpit/Wheel cover
• 2 Brass dorades
• Cockpit table (varnished) with folding leaves and cup holder
• Teak cockpit grate (06)
• Sunbrella linen colored canvas, bridge, sail, winch, and binnacle cover
• Custom Winter Cover
• Varnished teak coaming, toe rails, and other trim
• Custom wood covers/rollers for upper shrouds
• Bronze rub rails
• Bronze through-hull fittings
• Cockpit cushions
• Solar powered ventilator in V-berth hatch
• Radar reflector
• Mooring lines and fenders
• Boot hook
Other:
• 24 HP Universal 3 cyl Diesel Engine
• Hurst Transmission (09)
• New engine mounts and realigned 07
• 3 Blade Prop
• Fire extinguishers & Safety flares
• Life Jackets
• Main halyard and sheet (09)
• Whale Gusher Hand Bilge Pump (09)
• Fresh water pump, sink & shower fixtures (09)
Excluded from asking price but negotiable:
• Monitor Wind Vane
• Additional CNG gas cylinders
• 8’ Inflatable Avon Dingy w/3.3hp Mercury outboard motor

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