SEACRACKER 33. A classic fast cruiser-racer Built 1977, she was also known as a Trinella IIA and Tyler Tufglas 33, Van de Stadt design, excellent reputation for performance and seaworthiness, comparable to the Contessa 32 although slightly longer, narrower and heavier. GRP, long keel, tiller steering, Captain Tempest BMC 31HP 4 cylinder diesel inboard engine, shaft driven, 5 berths in 2 cabins with 6' headroom, sep. w.c. compartment, s/s rigging renewed approximately 2014, equipment includes navigation lights, main, jib, etc., spray hood, dodgers, guard rails, fenders, boathook, few engine spares, crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils, compass, GPS, plotter, echo sounder, VHF, autopilot, etc. Current owner bought her in 2010, sad sale due to buying another boat.
5 berths with 1 double and 3 singles in 2 cabins with 6' headroom.
Two single berths with double infill
Toilet compartment with sea toilet and handbasin
Galley with gas cooker with 2 burners oven and grill
Saloon with table, 2 x single berths and 1 x single quarter berth
Light brown leather upholstery.
Few engine spares
Electric bilge pump.
Cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.
1977 Tempest Captain BMC 1.5 31HP 4 cylinder diesel inboard engine
Fuel capacity 2 litres per hour
Cruising speed 5 knots
Maximum speed 7.5 knots approximately
3 blade bronze prop.
Stainless steel standing rigging renewed 2014
Bowman aluminium Mast and boom.
Main, jib, storm jib, cruising chiute.
Shore power and cable.