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Novelty is a very well-maintained Tartan 33. She has a keel stepped mast and her auxiliary power is a Universal 5424 diesel. Her interior is finished in teak with a teak and holly sole, forward head with shower, portside quarter berth, starboard settee/double berth and galley to starboard with ice box, sink and stove. Check out the Full Specs for all the details and call for an appointment to see her. She is located in Southold NY.
|LOA||34' (10.26 meters)|
24 hp Universal 5424 diesel engine
Fresh water cooled
Hurth 2:1 transmission
Fixed and folding props
Sleeps 7 – double V berth, double quarter settee, double quarter berth and single pilot berth
Settee with folding table
Enclosed manual head (rebuilt 2017) with vanity, sink and shower
Hot/cold pressure water (new pump 2016)
Holding tank with Y-valve and deck pumpout
2 burner Origo alcohol stove
9 cu. ft. icebox
Lots of storage throughout
Cockpit dodger, sail cover and wheel cover
Edson wheel steering with brake on wheel
Stainless steel dorades
Lofrans manual windlass
22 lb. Delta plow anchor with 30’ chain and 200’ rode
Fortress FX16 anchor with 15’ chain and 200’ rode
40 lb. Danforth anchor (spare)
Dacron mainsail with reefing points
135% Genoa with ProFurl rolling furler
Cruising spinnaker with snuffer
Adjustable backstay (sheaves replaced 2020)
Lewmar 40 self-tailing Genoa winches
New VPC jib halyards (2019)
New jib furler, outhaul, topping lift and reefing lines (2)
B&G Zeus 9” chart plotter
B&G Triton 41 MFD on pedestal
Aimar DST800-PV transducer (2017)
Maretron WSO100 ultrasonic wind and weather station (2016)
New NMEA 2000 wiring throughout (2018)
Raymarine ST4000 autopilot
Icom fixed VHS radio (2012)
Icom handheld VHS radio
AM/FM Cassette stereo
LED lights throughout cabin
Aqua Signal 34 LED Tricolor (2015)
Forespar ML-2 LED foredeck/masthead light (2019)
Shore power cord
Pronautic 1230P battery charger with remote display (on board, not installed)
2 batteries (new 2020, limited use)
Aqua Signal LED spotlight
Life preservers (6, new)
Fuel tank w/ inspection port
New Beckson cabin port lights (except in quarter berth)
Whale Gulper 320 shower sump/bilge pump (2014)
Edson binnacle (rebedded 2019)
Chainplates rebedded (2019)
New Groco through-hulls at galley (2018)
New Groco strainer (2018)
Original Datamarine speed, depth and wind instruments retained
Original instrument pods retained
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.
For more information about this vessel, please contact Bruce McDonald, CPYB.
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Bruce McDonald, CPYB
Bruce McDonald joined Brewer Yacht Sales in 2011 and is headquartered at Safe Harbor Stirling and services Safe Harbor Stirling, Safe Harbor Greenport, and the east end of Long Island.
Bruce started his marine industry experience three days after his high school graduation when he reported to Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Upon graduation, he served as an engineer aboard various merchant ships and traveled the world in addition to spending fourteen years in the United States Naval Reserve. When he came “ashore” he spent his career with Fortune 100 companies while obtaining his MBA. Previously to joining Brewer Yacht Sales he sold new and pre-enjoyed boats on the North Fork for six seasons.
Although a New England native, he summered on the North Fork of Long Island since childhood and moved to Southold over twenty-five years ago. He and his wife, Karen, have a blended family of seven children and eleven grandchildren. They reside in Aquebogue.
He is ready to assist you in your search for that perfect boat or to facilitate the sale of your existing boat.