The Elizabethan 33 is a traditional long-keeled cruising yacht. This 1982 example is Part I registered, and had a full osmosis treatment by a well known boatyard in 2003. Her present owners are now very keen to downsize, hence the price reduction to £15,000, at which price she represents real value as a very well sorted traditional long-keel cruiser. She is in full commission and ready to sail away.
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Costruttore: Drummond-Baynes Marine
Designer: David Thomas
Bandiera della barca: United Kingdom
Chiglia: Chiglia piana
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 33 ft 0 in
Larghezza: 9 ft 0 in
Lunghezza al galleggiamento: 25 ft 0 in
Pescaggio minimo: 4 ft 7 in
Pescaggio massimo: 4 ft 0 in
Dislocamento: 12750 lbs
Zavorra: 5210 lbs
Altezza in cabina: 6 ft 1 in
Potenza totale: 20 HP
Marca motore: Bukh
Modello motore: DV20
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
Elica: Elica tripale
Tipo propulsione: Linea d'asse
Potenza Motore: 20 HP
Pompa di sentina manuale
Presa corrente a terra
Impianto elettrico: 12V
Supporto motore fuoribordo
Capacita' zatteradi salvataggio: 4
Salpa ancora manuale
Design and build
Elizabethan yachts were originally made by Peter Webster Limited at Lymington, with a range of models from 23 ft upwards. The Elizabethan 33 was designed by David Thomas, and introduced in 1974. Shortly afterwards Peter Webster sold the moulds to Drummond-Bayne Marine, who continued building these yachts at Southampton. They continued to build Elizabethans up until around 1985.
The Elizabethan 33 has a solid GRP hull using woven rovings, with a bolt-on external ballast keel. The deck and cockpit moulding are also GRP, with balsa cores in horizontal areas, replaced with ply core in stress areas for fitting. Like almost all GRP boats of this era, the hull mouldings are much more heavily built than modern production yachts.
One of many now classic long-keel designs from the 1960s/70s, the Elizabethan 33 is slightly longer and possibly prettier than the better known Nicholson 32, but also fractionally lighter and shallower draught.
The Company 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.