This is a 1986 Pedro 33 river or coastal cruiser made in steel. She has a year 2012 Yanmar 75hp diesel engine that has logged only 150 hours since new. Six berth layout, good headroom and both inside and outside steering positions make her a compelling package.
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Six double berths. From Forward:
Forward V berth with storage under and deck hatch over. Aft to large dinnette to starboard dropping to make a double berth. Galley opposite with Dometic gas/12V/240V front opening fridge, stainless steel combined twin burner hob/draining board and sink. Various crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils. Hot and cold pressurised fresh water system with water filter to galley sink. Up stairs to:
Wheelhouse with helm position to port, slide open doors to decks both sides, settees port and starboard with adjustable height table between. Down stairs to:
Heads compartment to port with stainless steel sink, shower with pump out and Raske marine toilet. Aft to owners suite which has hanging lockers to port and a very large double bed to starboard with headboard.
The whole accommodation has many opening ports and deck hatches for excellent ventilation. Eberspacher diesel fired blown air central heating system. Carpeted throughout. Curtains to windows and privacy curtain to front end of wheelhouse all in blue. Draylon upholstery. 240V sockets throughout accommodation.
Located under wheel house with excellent access. Year 2012 Yanmar 4JH4-TE marine diesel engine. 75hp. Turbo charged. Four cylinders. Fresh water cooled. Reduction gear box to shaft drive with fixed propeller. Single lever engine controls to both helm positions. Full instruments below and some on deck. The engine has logged only 150 hours from new and has been both owner and professionally maintained.
Two 12V batteries charging via engine alternator and 240V shore power Cristic battery charger.
Built by Pedro Boats in Holland in 1986. Hull number 847. Cream painted steel hull with rubbing strakes. Cream painted coachroof (some rust apparent) with alloy framed windows. Blue painted non skid decks. Steel side rails with side gates for easy boarding. Steel hand rails to coachroof. Stainless steel bollard type mooring cleats. Steel stern ladder with teak treads. Gas bottle locker in side deck. Fold down alloy windscreen to coachrooof. Fold down teak flag mast with steaming light. Weed hatch in aft cabin to enable clearing debris off propellor.
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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.