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Newcastle upon Tyne Tyne & Wear UK
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The Gib'Sea 33 is a spacious cruising yacht built by Dufour Yachts in 2002 to a J&J Design/Olivier Poncin design. Gib'Sea were famous for their open, bright interiors and easy sailing characteristics. "Fang" is no exception and is offered to the market in a clean and well-maintained condition.
The underwater areas have been antifouled, the topsides polished and anodes changed in May 2019. The well-maintained engine has completed 1331 hours and has just been serviced in June 2019.
Bermudan sloop rig with slab reefing main and roller furling genoa. Lazy bag with matching sprayhood and binnacle cover.
Below decks can sleep 6 in comfort over two cabins and saloon. L-Shaped galley with oven and fridge. Heads with sea toilet, shower and holding tank. Electronic navigation aids include Log/Speed/Depth, Wind speed/directions, MLR GPS, Lowrance plotter, Simrad DSC VHF and Simrad wheel pilot.
Below decks is bright, spacious and welcoming. lovely varnished cabinet work with nautical blue fabrics covering generous upholstery. Smart teak and holly effect laminate flooring.
Saloon entered from the companionway. To port and aft is the double berthed aft cabin with large berth. Hanging and shelved wardrobes and open storage shelf along the hull. 12V deck head and reading lights.
Returning to the saloon you will find the galley. Generous storage and preparation areas. Gas-fueled, gimballed Eno oven with 2-burner hob. Stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold fresh water via mixer tap. Top loading fridge with drain and ice compartment.
Opposite galley is the chart table with chart storage, drawer and cupboard. 12V switch panel with tank and battery monitors. Chart reading light, Navtex and CD/Radio player.
Aft of the chart table is the spacious heads compartment. Moulded sink with pull out shower faucet. Wet locker, shower pump out and opening port. Jabsco sea toilet with new pump housing. Holding tank with diverter valve.
The saloon has a central table with a drop leaf to starboard. Central bottle storage. Well upholstered settee/berths port and starboard with storage below and behind. open shelved storage. Fixed portlights. Opening ports in coach roof.Bow cabin with V-Berth. Storage units port and starboard. 12V lighting and an opening deck hatch.
Eberspacher heating unit and ducting available onboard ready to fit.
Well equipped yacht currently used for coastal cruising. Included in the sale are:
Plastimo binnacle mounted compass.
Raymarine ST60 TriData Speed/Depth/Log
Raymarine Wind speed/direction
Lowrance HDS5 colour chartplotter
Simrad RD68 DSC VHF with cockpit speaker
Simrad wheel pilot
8-man cannister liferaft in cradle (requires service)
Horseshoe buoy with light
2 off manual life jackets
3 off fire extinguishers
First aid kit
Clock, barometer and tide clock
Delta anchor with chain and warp
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Warps & fenders
Cutlery, crockery and utensils
Glomex TV arial
Safeshore Galvanic isolator
GRP Constructed yacht built by Dufour in late 2001 and launched in 2002.
1.54M, cast iron fin keel with aft swept bulb. Counted hull semi-balanced rudder.
3-bladed propeller protected by a skeg. Stainless steel shaft fitted with rope cutter.
White hi-gloss topsides with burgundy hull decals. Topsides polished in May 2019.
GRP deck and superstructure finished in non slip. Deck moulding incorporates anchor mount.
Large self-bailing cockpit with access to bathing platform.
Huge locker storage to starboard. Separate self-draining and vented gas locker.
Stainless steel bow and stern rails connected by stanchions and double set guard wires.
Large self-bailing anchor locker fitted with strong point and manual windlass.
Raised coachroof with portlights and opening deck hatch for natural light and ventilation.
Stainless steel grab handles and life raft cradle fitted to the coachroof.
Engine & Electrics:
Vessel powered by a very economical and reliable Nanni D722 inboard diesel engine.
This 19hp, fresh water cooled unit is located in a soundproofed compartment beneath the companionway.
Engine start panel in the cockpit with key start, rev counter and hour meter.
Single lever engine control mounted on the binnacle.
Bank of three, 12V batteries providing engine start and domestic power.
Battery isolators located in the cockpit locker and fitted with a coupler.
Batteries are recharged via the engine alternator or the onboard 30amp charger.
Sails & Rigging:
Masthead sloop rigged yacht with deck stepped aluminium mast by Sparcraft.
Stainless steel standing rigging with shrouds mounted at deck edge allowing easy access forward.
Aluminium boom with gas assisted boom vang.
Slab reefing mainsail mounted on lazy bag on the boom. Lazy jack lines.
Roller furling headsail system. Genoa sheet tracks mounted on coachroof.
Sails include main and genoa with UV strip. Storm sail with separate sheets and inner forestay.
Lewmar halyard winch mounted on coachroof. Lewmar self-tailing sheet winches within reach of the helm.
This is an ideal yacht to sail short handed or with an inexperienced crew.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Nanni D722|
|Length over all:||32'|
|Length at waterline:||28'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|