There were only a 100 or so Luders 33's produced in the late 1960s through the early 1970s by the highly respected Allied Boat Company. These are highly regarded and respected boats capable of off shore cruising. They were built strong with a hefty 4500 # keel, have a solid glass laid up hull, stout chain plates, and rigging. The Luders 33 has a very efficient full keel with a cut-away forefoot providing excellent manuverabililty. Stability is excellent allowing her to carry full sail when other boats require a reef. On deck you will find a roomy workable foredeck, excellent ground tackle gear, wide side decks, a long comfortable cockpit with an aft lazzarette hatch and two deep cockpit lockers. Destiny has been lovingly cared for and now is the time for a new owner to step forward and continue her care. She is located mid-Atlantic in Southport NC and the open ocean is calling her to sail on to new destinations. Price just reduced! Call today to arrange a viewing.
Please contact John Schwab at 910.393.9262
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bill Luders
LOA: 33 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 0 in
LWL: 24 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 12800 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 4500 lbs
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
V-berth cabin forward with storage below the berths and shelves above. Two opening ports and an overhead hatch providing good ventilation to the forward cabin.
Aft to port is an enclosed head area which offers a vanity with hot and cold pressure water, and a marine toilet. An opening port and a dorade vent add ventilation.
To starboard of the head area are two hanging lockers and drawers.
The main cabin aft features a "L" shaped settee which will convert to a double berth. A dining table is mounted on a pedestal and is removable to allow for the berth. 2 large drawers under the berth. To starboard is a pilot berth with a lee cloth and a settee that slides inboard to form a single berth. There is storage under the pilot berth and there are water tanks under each settee.
The galley surrounds the companionway. A 2 burner propane stove with broiler is to port with storage under and outboard. A stainless steel sink is aft, served by hot and cold pressure water, and to port, is a very large ice box.
The cabin is finished in white laminates with varnished teak trim. There are two additional opening ports in the main cabin for a total of 6, plus additional dorade vents. The cabin sole is varnished teak and holly.
2 Burner Propane Cook Top W/ Broiler
Large Ice Box
Sink W/ Bronze Hand Pump
Below Counter Storage
Outboard Storage Bins
30 Amp Service Inlet W/ 50' Cordset
Blue Sea Circuit Breaker Panel Nav Area
12 Volt Lighting
2 House 12 Volt D Type Truck Batteries
3 Position Battery Selector Switch
Solar Panel On Slide For Forward Hatch
Auto Helm ST 4000 Auto Pilot
Standard Horizon Depth
Standard Horizon Speed
Standard Horizon 150 C Chart Plotter
Danforth Constellation Binnacle Compass
35# CQR Primary Anchor W/ Chain Rode
35# Bruce Type Secondary Anchor W/ Rode
Danforth Stern Anchor W/ Rode
Simpson Lawrence Manual Anchor Windlass
Stainless Bow Pulpit
Stainless Stern Pushpit
2 Bronze Dorade Vents On Teak Boxes
Sails And Rigging
Doyle Main W/ Blue Cover
Hank On Jib (Bagged On Deck)
Stainless Standing Rigging
2 Harken 40 ST Primary Winches
2 Lewmar 30 ST Secondary Sheet Winches
2 Lewmar Coachroof Winches
2 Anderson 10 SS Mast Halyard Winches
1 Lewmar 10 SS Halyard Winch Mast
Interior Cabin Finished In Teak
Bronze Ships Bell
Bronze Cabin Oil Lantern
Brass Cabin Thermometer
Single Lever Shift/Throttle Lever
Cockpit Engine Instruments
20# Propane Locker Storage
Aluminum Opening Cabin Side Ports
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.