2006 Hunter 33' (10.06 m) 33
Kemah, Texas, United States
... the new Glenn Henderson-designed Hunter 33 combines a host of fresh ideas, both above and below the waterline. The shoal-draft hull shape and fractional rig are efficient through a wide range of wind and sea conditions ... John Kretschmer Sailing Magazine
- Cruiser-Racer / Cruisers
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HUN33359G506
Hunter Marine does not boast about building boats the old-fashioned way and the company's brochures don't include pictures of grizzled old salts taking sextant sights. Indeed, few production builders have pursued design innovations as devotedly and as successfully as Hunter. Its boats are unabashedly modern. Purists may scoff but the sailing industry has certainly benefited from Hunter's ongoing development of affordable boats that blend comfort, ease of handling and good performance. Hunter seems determined to make sailing less complicated and more fun. Imagine that. Not surprisingly, the new Glenn Henderson-designed Hunter 33 combines a host of fresh ideas, both above and below the waterline. The shoal-draft hull shape and fractional rig are efficient through a wide range of wind and sea conditions and the optional all-furling sailplan can be controlled from the cockpit. It's nimble in tight quarters and whether you're ghosting up a channel under main alone or backing into a slip under power, this is often an under-appreciated design feature. From the trademark arch and the B&R rig, to the integrated swimming platform and rakish dark portlights, the Hunter 33 includes the innovations and sleek styling that we've come to expect from one of America's largest builders.
Layout: Guest cabin forward with vee-berth, overhead hatch, reading lights, a dressing seat and a hanging locker. Next aft is the salon with the U-shaped dinette to port (it does convert to a double berth) and a straight sette opposite with an aft facing nav desk. The head is next aft to starboard with an electric toilet and an opening port. The galley is to port with corian countertops, a Dometic front loading fridge, microwave (new in 2022), single deep stainless steel sink, two burner propane stove w/oven and plenty of cabinet space. The master cabin aft, features a queen size berth and a three door storage cabinet as well as its own TV and an overhead hatch.
Air Conditioning: Mermaid 16,500 Btu
Cabin Sole: Very good condition
Nav Station: aft facing at starboard settee
Dinette Table: port side, converts to a double berth
Cushions: cloth covered in very good condition
Master Cabin: aft
Guest Cabin: forward
Headroom: 6’ 4”
Head: to starboard at base of companionway with Jabsco electric toilet
Stove/Oven: Force 10 two burner stove with oven
Refrigeration: Dometic front loading with freezer compartment
Microwave Oven: new in 2022
Sink: deep stainless steel
Plotter: Raymarine C70
Autopilot: Raymarine wheel pilot
Tank Monitor: water and holding tanks
Stereo: JVC stereo with Polk speakers w/Subwoofer in salon, cockpit speakers in arch
110v system: (2X) 110v 30 amp shore power inlets, one circuit for AC only
Batteries: New 9/30/22
Interior Lights: LED
SAILS & RIGGING
Main: In-mast furling mainsail on Selden furler
Genoa: 110% Genoa on Furlex furler with inner and outer sheet lead tracks
Vang: Selden solid vang
Primary Winches: Lewmar 30ST two speed
Halyard Winches: Lewmar 30ST two speed
Traveler: on arch
Mast Height: 51’ 11”
DECK & HULL
Hull Color: White
Deck Color: White / Gray
Draft: 4’ 6”
Canvas: Bimini Top
Covers: Companionway cover with screen, helm cover, hatch covers, winch covers, stern rail seat covers, engine panel cover
Cockpit Table: Stainless steel with Starboard leaves.
Swim Platform: is accessed via fold down helm seat.
Cockpit Shower: hot and cold
OB Engine Bracket: Edson
Engine: Yanmar 29hp 47 hours
Air Conditioning: Mermaid 16,500 Btu
Stuffing box/gland: Dripless
Fuel Filter: Changed by YES 10/3/22
Oil & Filter: Changed by YES 10/3/22
Impeller: replaced by YES 10/3/22
Head: Electric Jabsco
2018 Mercury 8hp outboard included, just need a dinghy to use it.
Last bottom 2019
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.
LOA: 33' 6'' (10.21 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 11' 6''
LWL: 29' 5''
Draft Max: 4' 6''
Draft Min: 4' 6''
V Berths: 1
Double Berths: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Bridge Clearance: 51' 11''
Fuel Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)
Fresh Water: 50 Gallons (189.27 Liters)
Holding Tank: 25 Gallons (94.64 Liters)
Ballast Weight: 3579 lbs
Designer: Glen Henderson