Glory is a beautifully kept and updated Mason 33.
This AI Mason design is a standout in her class with a new taller rig in carbon fiber. Between November 2007 and July 2008, Glory underwent a total refitting which has resulted in a virtually new vessel, combining the best characteristics of the original hull form and cabin layout with new hardware, sails, sail handling equipment and navigation electronics plus a cosmetic upgrade to new yacht standards. Glory is always maintained to a high standard, continuously updated, and spends the long Maine off season in heated storage. She benefits from a recently added self-tacking Hoyt boom and North sail for single-handed ease while retaining her ability to quickly convert to her offshore cutter rig. If you enjoy high standards and want a versatile, headturning yacht, please schedule a time to see "Glory".
Built with no teak decks! She has molded nonskid for low maintenance and safety.
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Forward Cabin The forward cabin features a spacious v-berth with 2 ceiling-hung teak lockers and a fiddled shelf to port, and 2 opposing lockers and a fiddled shelf to starboard: all with removable shelving and louvered doors. Moving aft, there is a cabinet to starboard consists of a louvered door above a fiddled countertop with a drawer and another locker with louvered door below.
A full-length hanging locker, with a removable wooden rod and selective dome lighting is located to starboard at the cabin entrance. A large storage compartment is located below the plywood paneling supporting the cushioned berths; access to the anchor rode storage locker is through a pair of louvered doors. Illumination is provided by a deck prism, one LED overhead dome light with selective red or white Iamping, and two LED swivel reading lights. One hatch and two ports provide ventilation. All cushions are furnished with removable Polartec 200 fleece slipcovers.
The head, located to port, has laminate bulkheads with teak trim. A two-door multishelf cabinet is located outboard of a Raritan manual marine toilet. A compact stainless steel sink in a fiddled laminate countertop is located below a mirrored teak-trimmed cabinet with adjustable shelving. A hand-held pull-out shower head with chrome flex tubing attaches to the starboard bulkhead when in use, and drains to a teak-grated sump. The sink is plumbed for pressure hot and cold water, and foot-pumped cold water. Illumination is provided by one LED dome light with selective red or white Iamping. Equipped with Electra Scan unit. Opening port.
Main cabin The main cabin features two cushioned settees to port and starboard. On centerline is a fiddled teak drop-leaf dining table that seats four. Each settee has two lockers with louvered doors separated by a fiddled open locker above the backrest cushion, as well as three additional storage lockers with pull-out panels behind the backrest cushion. All cushions are furnished with removable Polartec 200 fleece slipcovers. One full-length hanging locker, with a removable wooden rod and selective dome lighting, is situated to starboard, at the forward end of the cabin, facing the head. Immediately adjacent, small locker with a louvered door is located in the starboard settee bulkhead. A fiddled overhead locker is attached to the bulkhead above the forward end of the port settee. Both settees pull out to create sleeping berths, and are equipped with lee cloths that secure to the overhead teak grab rails. There are three custom-made hinged and fiddled folding tables; one on the galley bulkhead adjacent to the sink, the others mounted, to port and starboard on the respective settee bulkhead, below each seat cushion. Ventilation is provided by three opening ports port and starboard and one deck hatch. Two deck prisms, four LED swivel reading lights, two LED dome lights with selective red or white Iamping and two incandescent dome lights provide illumination. There are four 12 V receptacles to accommodate gooseneck halogen reading lights. The hinged teak drop-down hatch screens are built into the cabin ceiling. The various compartments in the teak-and holly cabin sole provide access to fuel tanks and various mechanical components, and are secured by removable positive-locking floorboards.
Galley The U-shaped galley is located to starboard at the foot of the companionway ladder. A double stainless sink in a fiddled laminate countertop, plumbed for pressure hot and-cold water, as well as foot-pumped fresh and salt water is positioned below a fiddled open storage locker overhead, and above a storage locker with louvered door below. To the right, a removable, flush-mounted section of the countertop lifts to access a removable stainless waste container. A single storage locker with louvered door sits outboard of the waste bin. A gimbaled Dickinson Mariner Princess two-burner propane range and oven is located outboard below a storage locker with two, sliding louvered doors. Three storage lockers with louvered doors are situated above the periphery of the top-loading icebox, situated aft of the stove. Two drawers suitable for utensil storage are located below the fiddled laminate countertop. A deck prism, one overhead and two over-the-counter LED dome lights with red or white lamps provide illumination.
Nav Station The aft-facing nav station is located to port, at the foot of the companionway ladder, and opposite the galley. A vertical see-through panel protects the desk surface from water splash. A hanging locker for foul-weather gear, with a removable wooden rod, is situated between the companionway ladder and the splash panel. The teak ladder, with non-skid embedded in the treads, rests on a removable engine compartment panel. The hinged nav station desktop opens for storage, and can be secured with a sliding bolt. The aft bulkhead of the nav station incorporates a variety of flush-mounted instruments and gauges. The vessel's electrical panel, a Boss Bluetooth stereo amplifier (2016) with 4 speakers, and an electronics locker with a louvered door are situated outboard. The nav station also contains one 120V AC duplex receptacle and one 12V DC receptacle, both wall mounted. The hinged nav station seat also serves as the top of a storage locker, which contains one of the vessel's two manually-operated emergency bilge pumps. Its cushion is covered with a removable Polartec 200 fleece slipcover. An open fiddled locker serves as a footwell below the desk. Illumination is provided by a deck prism and one overhead LED dome light with selective red or white Iamping.
Cockpit Removable stainless helm seat fabricated by Nautilus Marine and waterproof cushions by Gemini Marine (2011). Port storage compartment with locking cover under helm seat accesses autopilot drive. Starboard compartment with locking cover under helm seat accesses dual aluminum propane tanks. Port storage compartment with locking cover accesses steering gear, autopilot drive, hot water heater and house battery banks. Starboard storage compartment with locking cover accesses custom bin for life raft valise and starting battery. Custom engine instrument panel with 12V receptacle and hinged acrylic cover recessed into port seatback. Edson destroyer wheel and Ritchie 6" flat-card compass on ManShip stainless steel pedestal with throttle and gearshift controls. Stainless 9.5" angled pedestal guard by NavPod for Garmin GPSMAP 7610 multi-function display (2015), and Raymarine autopilot control. Instrument panel on aft side of house holds a Garmin GMI20 multi-function and wind instrument (2015) and a second autopilot
control. Windpilot PACIFIC MF 1 windvane self-steering system, transom-mounted (2011).
Electronics & Instruments-
· Carbon fiber mast with single spreaders by C. W. Paine Yacht Design; fabricated by GMT Composites (2008), awlgripped in "Moondust". 2 Lewmar 30 St chrome winches, 51.93 ft. (Compares to OEM aluminum mast length of 50.17 ft).
· Standing rod rigging is Nitronic 5 0; wire rigging is 1x1 9 type 316 stainless.
· Running rigging by Maloney Marine Rigging and New England Ropes.
· Aluminum boom rigged for outhaul and port-starboard single line reefing, awlgripped in "Moondust.”
· Selden Rodkicker rigid boom vang.
· Masthead wired for VHF and cell phone antennas (LMX 150 and 400 cabling), tricolor navigation (LED), spreader and steaming lights by Aqua Signal.
· Telescoping whisker pole by Forespar (PN 4 02200) with UXP/UTR end fittings stored on portside foredeck stanchions.
Glory is rigged for both offshore cruising with furling headstay, and removable furling inner forestay with running backstays or coastal sailing with removable self-tacking Forespar Hoyt jib boom (2017).
Deck hardware,Standing & Running Rigging (2008 upgrades)
· Main halyard, reefing lines and vang control led aft on starboard to Lewmar chrome 40 EST (electric) winch on cabin top.
· Outhaul and reefing lines led aft on port to Lewmar ST30 winch (2007) on cabin top with Spinlock XTX triple line clutch to port, and quad to starboard.
· Twin-headsail rig with (2) Selden 200S roller furlers. Inner "staysail" furler new (2011).
· Single self-tacking rig with Forespar Hoyt boom (2017).
· Furling lines, port and starboard, led aft via Spinlock furling eyes to cockpit (offshore setup).
· Headstay furling line to starboard, jib outhaul and sheet led to cockpit via Harken Carbo blocks (inshore setup – 2017).
· Cockpit primary winches; Lewmar chrome 46St on custom teak pads.
· Cockpit secondary winches; Lewmar chrome 40St on custom teak pads
· Thurston/Quantum: Cross-cut mainsail (Dimension HydraNet 320) (2008) with lazy jacks and North Quick Cover (2017).
· Thurston/Quantum: Cross-cut 130% RF Genoa (Dimension Hydranet 320) w. UV panel (2008).
· Pope Sails: Asymmetrical Spinnaker (Bainbridge Stabilkote IV . 75 oz) with ATN snuffer (2008).
· Pope Sails: Staysail (8.5 oz woven Dacron) Converted from hanks to luff tape (2011).
· Pope Sails: Storm staysail: (heavy-duty fluorescent orange Dacron) Converted from hanks to RF luff tape (2011).
· Pope Sails: 152% RF Genoa (AP Tri-radial 5.7 oz Carbon) with UV panel for outer furler (re-cut 2009 from racing genoa built by Maine Sailing Partners for previous vessel in 2006).
· Pope Sails: 100% RF Genoa (Dimension-Polyant 7.4 oz. GPL 14T Carbon) with UV panel, for inner furler (2008).
· North Selftacking Furling Jib w/ Battens NPL Tour XW 7.0 oz. NorLam (2017).
· Primary anchor: 44-lb. ROCNA 20 with 200 ft. of 5/16 Grade 40 galvanized chain
· Secondary Anchor: Fortress 16 with 150' 4/8 in. nylon rode
· Windlass: Lewmar V3 gypsy/drum with separate "up"-"down" deck switches, dedicated cut-out switch and breaker (2008).
· Washdown pump: Johnson 3.5 Aqua Jet (2015).
Safety & Other Equipment (2008)
· Amerex C02 5 lb. fire extinguishers (2).
· Fireboy Xintex S-2A LPG monitor/control on outboard galley bulkhead.
· Xintex LPG "sniffer" (2); below LPG heater; behind stove.
· Lifesling 2 Overboard Rescue System in plastic case at stern rail.
· Para-Tech Delta Drogue, 48" d. with towline and bridle.
· Wichard Double Jackline, 35 ft
· Avon Ocean 4-person life raft in valise (2009) Repacked and inspected ( 2012).
· Lavac Henderson Mark V manual diaphragm emergency bilge pump in cockpit footwell with second pump under chart table seat.
· Double folding pad eyes for tether attachment by Wichard on cabin top ( 2), in cockpit (6).
· USCG Type I PFDs (4).
· USCG mandated placards (2) .
· Carbon monoxide/smoke detector (2016).
· Boat hook.
· Deck brush.
· Marinco 50 ft. 30A 125 V shore-power cord.
· Boarding ladder by Gemini Marine.
· Outboard motor mount by Edson at stern rail.
· Nova lift II outboard motor crane by Forespar at stern rai I ( 2010).
· Yanmar minor engine spares kit.
· Fenders (5) with navy fleece covers by Maine Point.
· Docklines, nylon double braid, by New England Ropes (4).
· Cockpit cushions (2) by BottomSiders.
Varnished brightwork includes coaming cap, toe rail, winch bases, hatch surrounds, eyebrow, dorade box, companionway drop boards and screens, and flag staff. Grab-rails on cabin top, and "at sea" companionway drop boards of natural, untreated teak. Double 1X1 9 stainless steel wire lifelines with port and starboard opening gates amidships by Maloney Maine Rigging (2008).
31 Main St
At Brewer South Freeport Marine
South Freeport, ME 04078