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1998 33 (ft.) BAJA BOATS 33 Outlaw

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General Information

Listing# 145667

Price
$47,500.00
Location
Mcgregor, MN, United States
Manufacturer
Baja
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1998
Category
High Performance Boats
Designer
Baja
Model
33 Outlaw
Status
Used
Length
33 (ft.)
Beam
100
LOA
396
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
unleaded
Engine Model
502 Supercharged
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard/Outboard
Engine Hours
57

General Details

This vessel was SOLD on September 19.

Baja Marine's most popular boat in the 31 to 38 foot range. The 33 Outlaw utilizes the classic look of offshore race boats with the flat deck and transom.

Key Features

The Baja True V Hull gives you the smoothest of rides through the roughest of water. Surprisingly large cabin contains V-berth, portable head, two couches and a refrigerator. Cabin also includes a small dining table and a good amount of light and air is provided by the two huge Bomar hatches. The 33 Outlaw has a roomy cockpit with a well laid out helm. A large sun pad is also featured.

Once you become serious about offshore performance boating, there are a lot of important factors to consider: length, engine and drive packages, cabin amenities and of course, price. Most mid-size offshore boats range from 31 to 38 feet and run twin big-block stern drives. Baja Marine's most popular boat in this category is the 33 Outlaw. The Outlaw series of boats utilize the classic look of offshore race boats, incorporating a flat deck and flat transom. Most boats of this style don't provide much of a cabin, nor a head or galley of any kind. I was surprised to find that the 33 Outlaw had a very good-sized cabin, enough for 4 people to take an overnight trip. It also had a small-enclosed head with a porta-potti, and it also had a galley area with fresh water sink and a large counter top with cabinet space below for storage of goods or a small fridge.

A large V-berth and two couches flank the port and starboard sides, and a small dining table is offered for sit down meals. Two huge Bomar hatches provide tons of light and ventilation. The only downside to the 33's cabin was the two-piece sliding Plexiglas companionway door. Compared to other Baja's that we tested, the door was clunky and required your full attention to open and close.

The cockpit is roomy, and the seats are comfortable and supportive. The drop down seat bottoms are manually actuated by a lever and even though they are functional, I would have preferred to have seen electric drop bolster seats in a boat of this caliber. The helm is well laid out with large, easy to read Gaffrig gauges. The Gaffrig throttles and shifter are located on the right side, as are the trim and tab switches with indicators directly above them to monitor their position. The companion seat to port has easy access to the marine grade Clarion stereo and a very large glove box. Your guests can stretch out on the aft bench seat which conceals the batteries and battery switches, giving you quick and easy access for servicing. Finishing off the cockpit are large storage areas located in the side coaming panels.

When it's time to catch some rays, your guests will enjoy the large sun pad that conceals the engine hatch. The hatch is raised at the flick of a switch, which powers a single ram lift to gain access to the engines.

Now let's talk about power and performance. Baja has chosen to stick with the tried and true deep-V bottom hull with no steps. By not ventilating the running surface, the ride and handling are predictable. You will notice this when carving tight turns. Although you may not get the top speeds found on other boats with stepped hulls, you will have a greater sense of security at elevated speeds. Despite all that, the 33 Outlaw pops out of the hole and gets on plane without fussing with the throttles or the tabs. It was also one of the easiest boats to maneuver at the dock.

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Specifications

Condition
- Very low, freshwater hours - Extension boxes - Kiekehaufer controls and tabs - 4 blade Mercury props - GGB mufflers - Always stored indoors - Cockpit cover and full cover - Dual gauges on pass side - Stereo with amp and 8 speakers - Small biffy with porta potty - Outside water pickups, drive showers, Latham Steering *** Owner says this boat will run 95 mph on GPS all day long on pump gas with 4 people and top out around 100 mph. Vessel is in excellent condition according to owner. Freshwater vessel. Third owner. Inside stored. Maintenance records available. ******** Eagle triple axle trailer with all new Goodyear Wrangler tires is available separately.
Navigational Equipment
- CD Player - Compass - Depth Instrument - Navigation Lights - Sound System
Mechanical
- Cooling System - Trim Tabs
Electrical Systems
- Alternator ((2)) - Battery ((2) Batteries With (2) Disconnect Switches) - Battery Perko Switch ((2)) - Circuit Breaker Panel - Cockpit Lighting - Engine Kill Switch ((2)) - Stereo
Accommodations
- Head (Portable) - Porta-potty
Construction
- Anchor - Engine Cooling (RWC) - Gel Coat - Propeller (Stainless) - Tee Top - Cabin Heat - Engine Cooling (Raw) - Propeller (BRONZE) - Anchor - Gel Coat (GOOD) - Hard Top - Thru-hull Fittings - Bottom Paint (New In Spring 2014) - Radar Arch - Cockpit Type (Open) - Gel Coat - Thru-hull Fittings
Deck Gear
- Anchor - Cover - Mooring Lines - Pop-up Cleats - Swim Platform
Safety Equipment
- Bilge Pump - Bright Cockpit Lighting - Fire Suppression System - Fume Detector - Gas Detector - Grab Rail - Horn