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- Builder: Prior of Burnham
- Designer: Alan F Hill
- Construction: GRP
- Length (Feet): 32.9
- Length (Metres): 10.03
- Beam: 10' 2"
- Max Draft: 4' 0"
- Displacement: 8127
- LOA: 32' 9"
- Fuel Capacity: 1 x 180 L (40 Gal)
- Water Capacity: 1 x 340 L (75 Gal)
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Perkins
- Engine Model: Prima
- Fuel: Diesel
- Type of Propeller: 3 Blade, Bronze
The Prior Coaster 33 is a long keeled, centre cockpit, ketch rigged motorsailer. Fitted with a 50hp Perkins Prima and includes bow and stern thrusters for ease of manoeuvring. Deep sheltered cockpit and helm station with 6 berths below. Designed by Alan F. Hill and built by Prior?s of Burnham on Crouch in 1977.
White double ended GRP hull, deck and superstructure.
Long centre keel with keel hung in-board rudder and Morse wheel steering.
Teak capped raised bulwarks with teak covered running boards.
Teak with GRP roof wheel shelter.
Beige Treadmaster non-slip deck surfaces
Ketch rigged. Gold anodised alloy main mast and mizzen mast, both deck stepped. Slab reefing booms. Furling genoa. 1 x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging, believed to be from 2006. 2 x Lewmar 16 halyard winches fitted to the main mast. Halyards led through 4 clutches. 2 x Lewmar 34 genoa sheet winches on cockpit coaming. Kicker led aft to Lewmar 6 winch.
Slab reefed, fully battened, mainsail with Lazy jacks and Lazybag
Roller furling Genoa
Misc. smaller foresails
Mizzen staysail with Lazy jacks and Lazybag
Spinnaker/Cruising chute with snuffer
Perkins Prima 50 four cylinder 50HP naturally aspirated, 4 cylinder,diesel engine fitted beneath cockpit sole, regularly serviced.
Fresh water heat exchanger cooling.
Approx’ 2,960 engine hours.
Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven 3 bladed bronze propeller
Cruising – 5.5 kts, Max 6.5knts
Vetus bow and stern thruster
2 xS/SFuel Tanks – approx. 180 litres each
GRP Fresh Water Tank – approx. 340 litres
12 volt system - 2x12v domestic batteries, 1x starter battery in engine compartment, 1x bow thruster battery.
12v lighting throughout. Deck level and LED masthead navigation lights.
240 volt system – Shore connection and sockets
Battery charging management system.
Sestrel magnetic compass/Autohelm compass
Autohelm ST50 tridata – log/echo-sounder/wind direction & speed
Silva S10 VHF radio
Garmin 120XL GPS
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot
Navtex Pro Plus receiver in saloon
Raytheon R20X Radar
Six berths (all with lee cloths) in three cabins. 6’ 5” headroom.
Grey coloured tweed upholstery, carpeting in forward and aft cabins, wooden flooring in saloon/galley.
Teak internal joinery and coachroof sides.
Hot & cold pressurised water system – via heat exchanger/ Howden 1.2kW immersion heater.
Wallas diesel fired cabin heating
Dometic twin-hob cooker/oven
WAECO Coolmatic fridge
Clarion stereo radio CD player
Clock and barometer.
V berth cabin fwd with stowage under bunks, hanging and stowage lockers and access to anchor locker. Opening deck hatch.
Saloon with L shaped settee berth to port , midships table with fiddles and folding leaves, settee berth to stbd. Stowage outboard and above and below berths.
Galley to port with plenty of stowage, washbasin, alcohol 2 burner and oven cooker and fridge.
Separate head to stbd with manual/electric sea toilet, washbasin and shower head.
Step up to cockpit with stowage lockers, engine access hatches and teak grating by helm.
Steps down to Aft cabin with large V berths, storage under, drawers and mirror, lockers, access to Wallas heater, stern and rudder shaft greasers and emergency tiller.
5 fire extinguishers (aft cabin, engine compartment x2 in saloon and galley). Fire blanket.
Separate, filtered drinking water tap.
Coastal flare pack – expires Dec 2018
Cockpit harness points, plus side deck s/s jackstays.
Fog horn. First Aid kit.
3 x Horseshoe lifebuoys (2x red & white, 1x yellow with light), Floating line.
1 x electric and 2 x manual bilge pumps
Plastimo 4 person life raft – service due July 2018
Deck and Equipment
Good deck layout with wide side decks and raised bulwarks.
Wheel shelter with a deep centre cockpit.
Helm station with seat, engine and navigation instruments
Cockpit lockers and access to engine
Canvas cockpit enclosure, good condition.
S/s pulpit, pushpit and stanchions
Teak coachroof and wheelhouse grab handles
Electric Lewmar pro series windlass
Main anchor with approx. 70m of chain
Bruce type spare anchor under saloon starboard settee
Bow, stern and spring mooring cleats
2 x Dorade vents and 2 x tannoy vents
Assorted mooring warps and fenders.
Boat hook, timber shaft.
Radar reflector mounted on main mast.
Fenders, good condition.
“Southern Coaster” is a nicely presented version of the Coaster 33 that appears to have been thoughtfully spec’ed for ease of handling. The current owner has used her both for cruising locally and extended trips up to the Western Isles of Scotland.
We like the Coaster 33’s as an intelligently thought out motorsailer with good accommodation and probably better performance than most of her type.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump