The Coaster 33 is a substantial canoe-sterned motorsailer on an MFV style hull that was much praised when launched for it's quality of build and performance under sail and power, considered a great alternative to a Nauticat 33 or Fisher 34. Tumbler is one of the last six Coasters to be built and is well known locally, having been professionally maintained by Priors for many years in previous ownership. Priced very competitively and presented in excellent condition she has an impressive inventory including fully furled rig, bow thruster, heating, diesel stove, chartplotter and radar.
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The accommodation offers 5 berths in 3 cabins and is attractively finished with rich mahogany linings and furniture, blue upholstery and with full standing headroom throughout. In the forecabin there is a large single berth with generous stowage, a hanging locker and large teak hatch over. Heads compartment to port forward with Blake marine toilet, stainless steel basin and shower. In the saloon there are two settee berths and a saloon table with folding leaves. The galley to port has a Wallas diesel cooker with two burner hob and oven new 2005 (with separate diesel tank, all new 2009 and had full service in October 2015), stainless steel sink with drainer with both pressurised and manual water supply, Isotherm upright refrigerator (new 2005) with battery management system, cutlery and crockery. 75 gallon (273 litre) freshwater capacity in GRP tank supplying hot and cold pressurised water to galley and heads. Large forward facing chart table with chart drawers and instrumentation in main saloon. Centre cockpit with wheelhouse shelter and fully enclosed awning aft with perspex windows, generous seating with fitted cushions, white moulded helmsman's and navigator's seats with cushions which provide good forward vision and which can be removed when not sailing, two good sized cockpit lockers and sunroof with two fixed large roof lights. Aft cabin with twin berths which have infill to form double berth to starboard, vanity unit, 2 large hanging cupboards, 3 drawers and good stowage under bunks. Carpets and curtains throughout. Hot water heated by immersion heater and engine calorifier. Eberspacher diesel fired heating system. JVC stereo radio/cassette system in saloon. Clock and barometer on main bulkhead in saloon.
Masthead rigged ketch. Gold anodised aluminium masts and booms by SS Spars. Spinnaker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2005). Terylene running rigging. Furling mainsail with Easyreef behind-mast system (2001). Furling mizzen sail. Rotostay II headsail furling system. 2 x Lewmar ST30 self-tailing genoa sheet winches. 2 x Enkes 10 halyard winches on main mast. Gibb 7STA self-tailing halyard winch on mizzen.
Located under the wheelhouse sole, Perkins Prima 50hp four cylinder inboard diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Single lever Morse engine controls with electric start. Shaft drive to three blade fixed pitch propeller. Full engine instrumentation. Teleflex style heavy duty cable steering. Fuel consumption approx. 1 gallon per hour at cruising speed of 5.5 knots. 340 Litre fuel capacity in two tanks. Vetus bowthruster.
The engine has been regularly serviced and was last serviced in October 2016 ready for the 2017 season.
3 x 12v batteries (2 x new in May 2011) charged via engine alternator. Shorepower system with ring mains, battery charger and immersion coil for water heating. Earth leakage breaker. Electrical distribution panel. Full cabin lighting. The 12 volt wiring circuit was re-wired where required in 2005.
Coaster 33 built in 1989 by R.J. Prior & Son of Burnham on Crouch (Hull No 42) to a design by Alan Hill. White GRP hull. The underwater hull was professionally epoxy treated in 1996. GRP deck and superstructure. Beige Treadmaster non-slip on deck and coachroof. Long keel with keel hung rudder. Heavy duty cable wheel steering. Self-draining centre cockpit. Teak semi-enclosed wheelhouse. White moulded helmsman's seat and removable second seat.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
Burnham Yacht Harbour
Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex CM0 8BL