This boat is a diamond in the rough for the enthusiastic first time boater or boater wanting to move up in size economically. The boat is being sold due to owner relocation out west. The hull, engines, running gear, generator, air conditioning and most systems are purportedly fully functional. The interior is in nice condition particularly for the vintage.
The "rough" part of the equation is the absence of exterior canvas. The stainless bows are aboard - but her new owner will need to order canvas. Additionally some of the vinyl seats are weatherworn and need replacement.
A little elbow grease gets you on the water in a top quality brand for very little investment and very little financial risk. Call soon as 33' Sea Rays don't often trade at this level.
The wide-open salon of the EC makes for a practical dayboat layout. The long starboard-side sofa offers increased entertainment space, and the wider entryway is a plus. She can sleep four. She has a dinette, head with shower and carpeting & blinds. She has a white exterior with a modified-vee hull.
She has a full galley including a refrigerator/freezer, stove, and sink. Additionally she has a water heater, pressure water, and dock water.
Three batteries, shore power, select switch, and AC = 110v.
Quicksilver generator 5Kw, air conditioning/heat, Vacuuflush msd, bilge blower, two bilge pumps, fuel shutoff, holding tank, head pumpout, sea strainers, and trim tabs.
Deck and Hull Equipment
She has an anchor with anchor line, bow pulpit, dock lines, dock lights, fenders, a horn, navigation lights, wipers, a transom shower and a swim platform with ladder. Remote spotlight, windshield vent,
Northstar 952 Chartplotter (unit works but needs antennae)
Raymarine SL72 Radar (head unit works - transmitter needs repair)