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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 33 - £29,995 (Tax Paid)

Andy Sabin - +44 (0)23 9351 0433

1993 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 33 - £29,995 (Tax Paid)

Sale Pending

Details

Name: 'Fulmar'
Builder: -
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Location: Gosport, United Kingdom

Dimensions

LOA: 33'0" (10.06m)
Beam: 11.48 feet
Displacement: 4700 kilogram
Draft: 6.5 feet

Engine

Make / Fuel: Yanmar diesel
HP: 27.0
Cruising Speed: 5.5 knots
Max Speed: 6.5 knots

Tankage

Fuel: 65 litre
Water: 145 litre
Holding: - -
   

1993 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 33 - £29,995 (Tax Paid)

A really well-maintained example of these popular cruisers. With just two owners from new Fulmar has had a regular maintenance programme with replacements/upgrades every year. For sale due to ill-health, she comes fully equipped and ready go for the current season.

Lying in Gosport Marina she is available for viewing by appointment 7 days a week. Contact Andy Sabin on 02393 510433 or email andy@clippermarine.co.uk

Inventory


 Sails

  • Fully battened main with 5 battens and single line reefing for 1st and 2nd reefs.  3rd reef has mast and leech individual reefing lines
  • Harken roller-reefing headsail system

 Headsails

  • 110% Rockall genoa with foam luff
  • Crusader working headsail with sacrificial strip; high cut
  • Crusader Radialhead Cruising Chute with squeezer; adjustable tack line from cockpit

 

Below Decks

  • Fore-cabin can sleep 2 comfortably in a double berth
  • Hanging wardrobe and ample shelf space to port and starboard.
  • 2 component fitted mattress
  • “Bedflex” battens to allow air flow under the mattress
  • Hand basin to starboard with hot and cold pressurised water supply
  • Storage cupboard under the hand basin
  • Sea cock  with tapered block
  • Storage cupboard with mirror above the hand basin
  • Shelf above both the wardrobe and the starboard cupboard
  • Forward fresh water tank under the berth and access to deep sail locker and anchor winch battery.
  • Hatch to foredeck opens from rear hinge
  • Self-roll blind to  hatch
  • Bolt croppers

 

Quarter Berths

  • 2 aft quarter berths in cabins to port and starboard each capable of sleeping 2 adults in each double berth; shelf space and hanging wardrobes.
  • Port side locker houses the starter 110 amp/hour battery and mains fed supply battery charger
  • Diesel tank under the berth
  • 2 domestic 110 amp/hour batteries under the berth.
  • Starboard berth: aft water tank under the berth.
  • Access to engine compartment and oil dipstick
  • Ventilation windows in both cabins; smoke alarms in both cabins; fire extinguishers starboard cabin
  • All side windows have insulated fitted covers
  • 12 disc CD player on top of hanging locker starboard side with direct connection to receiver in saloon.
  • Facility for secure storage of washboard whilst at sea in both cabins behind the cabin doors

 Saloon:

Port side

  • Wet locker to port of main entry.  Shelf on top with book storage facility
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Navigator’s position at chart table/desk with lifting lid,  2 chart table lights;
  • Navigator’s seat; storage space in the seat; mains shore power consumer unit is situated here, Plugs sockets and emergency engine belts and impeller; various plugs sockets and continental adaptor
  • Handheld 12v electric anchor winch control
  • Gas on/off switch
  • Fresh water-tank display
  • Galley with oven and 2 burner hob
  • Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water
  • Gas alarm
  • Storage shelf behind the cooker and sink;
  • Disconnected facility for sea-water pump under sink
  • Locker style refrigerator and freezing tray
  • Cutlery and utensil storage in pull-out 3 level drawer
  • Locker under the oven
  • Cupboard under the sink houses the pressure water pump and exit sea cock
  • Gas alarm sensor in cupboard under sink
  • Jabsco fresh water filter ;replaced May 2020
  • Neon strip over hob and LED light over sink.
  • Galley safety strap restraining points
  • Moveable sliding galley/table seat with lid access to locker
  • 2 head high lockers
  • Access to bilges and 2nd gas alarm sensor
  • Main on/off engine and electrical switches under the bottom companionway step
  • Deck access to depth transducer and speed paddle wheel
  • Access to bilge pump and encapsulated keel bolts

 Starboard Side

  • Fire blanket
  • 2 fire extinguishers
  • U-shaped sofa with  5 seats and padded backs
  • Safe sea berth with restraining hammock
  • Deep lockers under the sofa, and shelf space available.
  • Large searchlight lamp
  • 12v Iron
  • AM/FM radio and CD player;
  • 2 lockers on starboard side at head height.
  • Bottle store and wine glass rack
  • AM/FM radio linked to CD player
  • Saloon table drops to seat level to create double berth; base cushions never used.
  • Clock,  barometer and thermometer; halogen spotlight
  • 5 LED deck-head cabin lights; red navigator’s night light;
  • Rear hinged opening hatch with roller blind to coach-roof
  • Automatic bilge-pump under the removable deck boards.
  • Heavy buoy mooring chain stored in the bilge
  • All coach roof hatches can be locked with a ventilation option

 Heads

  • Jabsco hand pump toilet with discharge directly to the sea or to holding tank when required
  • Sink with mirror and hot and cold filtered pressurised water to shower head supply
  • Drain sump with electric bilge pump
  • 2 storage cupboards.
  • ACR rapid EPIRB.
  • Various disinfectants deodorants and sterilising solutions
  • Sea cocks to all inlet and outlet pipes with emergency tapered stoppers

 Chart table

Electronic and Navigation equipment includes

  • Cobra VHF radio with hand held microphone linked  to GPS
  • Back up VHF radio transmitter with microphone
  • Raytheon radar – linked to GPS
  • Furuno GPS includes domestic battery monitor
  • Computer link to GPS and AIS
  • 240/12volt inverter
  • Depth repeater (linked to cockpit display)
  • Wind repeater ( linked to cockpit display)
  • NASA starter battery monitor
  • See-Me radar reflector switch
  • Digital Yacht AIS transponder (A & B) with computer link;
  • AIS transmit on/off toggle switch
  • Engine hours reader
  • Prosser tide clock
  • Toggle on/off switch for VHF reception in cockpit
  • 240V 3 pin socket
  • Extension cable with two socket bar
  • Immersion heater switch
  • Navtex  (disabled)
  • 2 hand bearing compasses one electronic
  • Gas alarm and handheld Gas detector
  • Storage for winch handles

 Cockpit

  • 5 step removable companionway saloon ladder access to the cockpit
  • Access to engine compartment under companionway steps
  • Teak laid decks and seats oiled every year
  • Small folding attached drop table
  • Leather-covered stainless steel wheel with auto-helm; fitted wheel cover; TDC grommet
  • Binnacle with Plastimo steering compass;
  • Fuel tank display on transom
  • Facility available to replace wheel steering with tiller in an emergency (tiller in port locker)
  • Yanmar engine controls attached to binnacle; single lever forward, astern, neutral and disengage
  • Rev counter on transom
  • NASA GPS repeater
  • Named dodgers to port and starboard
  • Diesel tank filler to port
  • Water tank filler to Starboard
  • Forrard water tank filler to port midships
  • Safety-line attachments; one each side of the saloon companion way
  • Jacktsays to port and starboard from stern cleats to forrard cleats.
  • Life-sling to port
  • Port and starboard removable halyard bags and line tidies
  • Horseshoe-buoy with light and attached Dan-buoy with light to starboard
  • Auto-helm control and reader to port
  • Handheld GPS mounting with access to 12v charging point
  • Outboard engine 2hp Honda 4 stroke attached to cockpit pushpit with marine ply bracket
  • Killcord at chart table
  • Ensign fixing point
  • Backstay tensioning line
  • Cockpit drain holes to port and starboard
  • Access to bathing platform via removable transom guard rails
  • Davits for inflatable Bombard 2 man dinghy
  • Substantial secure lockers with padlocks and keys to port and starboard
  • Speaker for VHF radio reception.
  • Tri-data reader; speed through water, log, and depth readers; depth is adjusted to waterline;
  • Wind reader, and inclinometer
  • Bracket for Raymarine RC400 hand held GPS and chart plotter
  • Winch handle pocket to starboard
  • Access to saloon with one piece double lock clear washboard and sliding hatch
  • Dinghy bag, wheel cover, boom Stak-Pak cover, and bonnet
  • Manual bilge pump with handle in port locker lid
  • Engine ignition, Decompression bar, Rev counter

 Cockpit lockers

  • Starboard
  • Camping Gaz locker with active and spare cylinder; gas on/off switch; gas vent
  • Dinghy oars
  • Dinghy repair kit
  • Mast ladder and Bosun’s chair
  • Main tool box with comprehensive selection of tools including socket sets and Yanmar spanners
  • Various spares including shackles and blocks; stainless steel screws nuts and bolts; Bosun’s bag with  glass-fibre repair kit; wet & dry abrasive paper; spare plastic pipe (various sizes); grease, lubricants and  engine oil: freshwater connectors and spray gun
  • Fresh water hose and connectors
  • 3 varied length 240v extension cables for shore power

 Port

  • SEAGO 4-man life raft valise packed serviced to 2020
  • Various extra mooring lines and towrope
  • Spare fuel cans 2 diesel
  • Diesel fuel cleaner
  • Kedge and Fisherman’s anchors
  • Dinghy anchor and line
  • Dinghy pump and spare floor board
  • Box of flares
  • Bucket sponges and wash leathers polishes and soap
  • 240volt shore power connection in port locker; 15mtr cable approx.

 Mast and coach roof

  • Selden mast and boom
  • Gas filled kicker with tension line to cockpit
  • Mast is 2 level spreader and deck stepped
  • 12.5metres from foot to truck plus height for anemometer and wind vane
  • SEE-ME electronic radar reflector
  • Hawk wind indicator
  • Flag halyards to port and starboard from lower spreader
  • All halyards, reefing lines, headsail furling line, cruising chute tack line, out-haul lead to the cockpit via turning blocks
  • Track control lines lead to cockpit
  • Topping lift and gas strut kicker lines lead to cockpit
  • Headsail sheets and main sheet lead to the cockpit
  • Headsail cars to port and starboard with control lines to cockpit
  • Adjustable lazy-jacks with turning blocks and cleats to mast
  • Headsail halyard clutch on the port side of the mast
  • Main halyard locking system to control main sail on mast
  • Pole slider on front of mast with necessary control line and cleat
  • Various cleats on the mast
  • Spinnaker pole up-haul
  • Down haul blocks
  • Spare halyard

 Coach-roof

  • Cockpit has 3 window spray-hood protection and lies flat
  • Spray hood attached to frame with zips for easy removal and assembly
  • 2 Harken self-tailing ST40 winches to port and starboard serviced every year
  • Locking clutches for all halyards, reefing and outhaul lines
  • Line blocks for all mast lines at mast foot
  • Turning blocks and sheet guides for all lines to port and starboard
  • Cam cleat to starboard
  • Port and Starboard teak oiled hand rails
  • Sliding hatch cover
  • Deck broom and mop
  • Boat hook and buoy catcher

 Decks

  • Fixed stanchions and guard rails to port and starboard
  • Forrard cleats and fairleads for mooring to port and starboard
  • Aft cleats and fairleads for mooring to port and starboard
  • 2 mid-ships mooring cleats to port and 2 to starboard
  • Holding tank pump-out point starboard deck mid-ships
  • Spinnaker pole storage on port stanchions
  • Spinnaker sheet snap shackles to port and starboard by stern cleats
  • Cruising Chute tack block on the bow with tack line fairlead back to the cockpit
  • Headsail roller reefing line with fairlead back to the cockpit

 Anchor locker

  • Lofrens Tigres electric anchor winch with hand held operating connection; secondary operating point in the cockpit.  Manual handle attached to locker lid
  • Dedicated anchor winch battery under forward berth
  • 25lb plough anchor with 50metres of 8mm calibrated chain; coloured markers at 5metre intervals spliced to 50 metres anchor plait rope; Stainless steel anchor grab hook.
  • Buoyed trip line to anchor
  • Harken ESP roll and self-furl headsail furling with line to dedicated clutch in cockpit
  • Motoring triangle
  • Ball anchor
  • Bow fender
  • Storage for forward mooring lines
  • Drain holes to port and starboard

 Engine

  • Yanmar3GM30F diesel is the original engine with full service history since 2007
  • Engine compartment sound insulation fitted
  • Vetus water filter
  • Hot water calorifier

 Other items

  • Miscellaneous courtesy flags, fog horns – manual and gas
  • 3 adult self-inflating lifejackets
  • (2 junior versions)
  • Safety lines
  • Navigation equipment includes Breton plotter, parallel rule, dividers, Douglas protractor
  • Mooring buoy recovery hook, boat hook
  • Spare impellers, drive belts
  • 2 Personal MoB strobe safety lights.
  • 6 cockpit cushions including helm cushion with security line
  • All cabin and saloon windows have original press-stud fitted and insulated covers
  • Some kitchen equipment including saucepans and dishes; wine glasses and tumblers; mugs  and unbreakable plates; some kitchen tools e.g. tin opener, peeler garlic press

Recent works


  • Standing rigging replaced 2013
  • Exhaust elbow replaced 2013
  • Cruising chute and snuffer 2014
  • New starter battery 2016
  • New rope cutter and cutlass bearing 2018
  • New starter motor and larger battery charger installed 2018
  • Mainsail and headsail laundered 2019

Documents


  • Original bills of sale
  • Original sales invoice showing VAT payment
  • SSR registration

Disclaimer

Clipper Marine offer 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.