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Absolutely stunning Nauticat 33, over £30,000 spent last winter on a partial refit, bow thruster, electric windlass, heating and much more!
Built in 1971. GRP construction with dark blue hull, teak decks and wooden superstructure, wheelhouse with wheel steering position, Bermudan ketch rig and 6 berth internal layout in 2 cabins with full standing headroom.
Siltala Yachts Oy. Hull number 126. SSR 69135.
LOA 37'0" (11.27m)
LOD 33' 4" (10.1m) ex bowsprit
Beam 10' 10" (3.3m)
LWL 28'2" (8.6m)
Draft 5' 1" (1.55)
Headroom standing headroom
Displacement approx 7700kg
Slab reefing mainsail with mainsail cover (Parker & Kay). Furlex B Mk II Genoa roller reefing system with furling No 1 Genoa (Seateach). Most lines led aft to cockpit. Alloy masts and booms, stainless steel standing rigging.
Perkins 4.236 72HP 4 cylinder inboard diesel engine (1971) with approx 3765 running hours. Freshwater heat exchanger and raw water cooling with 2 x 60 gallon fuel tanks and alternator charging to 12v battery system. Cruising speed under engine is around 6 knots. Shaft drive to fixed 3 blade 22" propeller.
4 x 12v batteries (all new 2022). 240v shore power.
Sleipner Sidepower SE60/1855 600N 4hp 3kW Bowthruster.
Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and wooden rails, spray dodgers, cockpit cushions, fixed boarding ladder, wheel steering, 2 x Lewmar 16 self tailing sheet winches, Seago ECD230 inflatable dinghy with Honda 2.3hp outboard motor, outboard bracket on pushpit, 16kg CQR main anchor with 60m of chain and warp, Lofrans Kobra electric anchor windlass, 15lb Danforth kedge anchor, 2 boat hooks, 4 mooring warps, 6 fenders.
Plastimo Olympic 100 compass, NASA Clipper echo sounder, Navman log, Clipper Windspeed and direction, Swiftech VHF radio, FM/AM radio, windvane at masthead, Autohelm 3000 Wheelpilot, Garmn 128 GPS, Garmin GPSMap 415 plotter, barometer, navigation lights, steaming light, tri-colour masthead light, anchor light.
Plastimo Cruiser liferaft (requires service), horseshoe lifebuoy with light, 6 fire extinguishers, gas detector, smoke detector, rope cutter on propeller, Henderson Mk V manual bilge pump, Rule 1500 electric bilge pump, fire blanket.
Webasto Air Top Evo 55 diesel hot air heating. Shore power with sockets. Her galley has a Plastimo Neptune 2000 gas cooker, Electrolux Type C30/50 gas/electric refrigerator, pressurised hot and cold water to sink, hot water via Valiant gas hot water heater. Her separate heads compartment has a Lavac marine toilet with shower. Navy blue/red/cream upholstery with curtains and blue tile carpets.
She 6 berths including 2 “V” berths in the separate forward cabin, her saloon table lowers to form a double berth with galley opposite and her separate aft cabin has 2 single settee berths.
Winter refit in excess of £30,000 spent (invoices available) - see https://harbourmarine.co.uk/tundra-wolf/
Since taking ownership in excess of £100,000 has been spent on structural upgrades, improvements and routine maintenance.
When we purchased "Tundra Wolf" she was in poor condition as evidenced by the 2012 survey. We decided it was time the Nauticat 33 should be brought back to her former glory. We set about a major structural repair & replacement project as was needed for this lovely lady. We wanted her to look like she would have done in 1971. This was then completed and a gradual annual program of upgrading & further repairs continued. Whilst the project is not quite finished, her new owner will have peace of mind of her structural integrity and I hope will continue the work we have started. We always knew we were the temporary custodians until the next owner continues her on her journey.
The Nauticat 33 is a four season motorsailer, her wheelhosue protecting you from the challenges nature throws at you, keeping you warm in winter and cool in summer. We wish the next custodian happy sailing in Tundra Wolf for years to come.
In this case we are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective Buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Life-saving appliances do not form part of the inventory and it is for the buyer to ensure they are in date and suitable for his purposes.