Salgs beskrivelse Nikita
33 MOTOR SAILER
DIMENSIONS: LOA:33`2`` BEAM: 10`8`` DRAFT:4`1``
SILTALA YACHTS Oy.FINLAND YEAR 1977
Hull, Deck Superstructure:
Underwater: Long keel with attached rudder
Deck: Centre wheelhouse/deck saloon
Bottom and topsides: Glass reinforced plastic
Ballast: Keel glass reinforced plastic fin with encapsulated ballast
Propeller: Three bladed propeller (22" x 16"),stainless Shaft (40mm), bronze bracket
Deck: Plywood with teak overlay, Electric anchor winch, Bruce anchor/50mtrs. 10mm chain
2 x electric auto bilge pump, new from 2005.
Outside helm and controls.
Plywood with teak overlay on cabin tops
Wheelhouse:Mahogany, new roof from 2003 with plywood and glass reinforced plastic.
Main central superstructure- wheelhouse plus fore and aft cabins have been stripped
back to bare wood, repainted and revarnished.
Main propulsion: Ford Gustavson 80hp. Engine (engine hours 5000). Renovated in 2003.
Fuel Tanks:Diesel in two steel tanks, (500 litres) total .
Generator: Engine driven alternator (12V). Extra 12hp engine with 6KWh alternator 220V, located in engineroom, renovated in 2003.
Bowtruster: Vetus 4HP (2003).
VHF radio: Simrad RD 68 with DSC (2003).
Depth sounder: Garmin Map 168 Sounder (2003).
Windspeed direction: VDO
GPS: Garmin Map 168 incl. map covering Greece (2003).
Navfax: Target Nautex. Pro-+ (2004).
Mast, Spars, Rigging Sails:
Masts: Deck stepped, aluminium made by Selden Masts, Sweden
Standing rigging Stainless steel 1 x 19 6 5 mm.
Spars:Booms aluminium made by Selden Masts Furling gear, Furlex Sails, Mainsail, Furling Genoa,
Hot cold running water to galley and heads Calorifier;
Electric heating element fitted 2003 and from engine and extra Diesel-burner) burner hob + grill and oven
and Micro-oven (new 2003)
Refrigerator 80 l (2003).
Radio and CD-player (2003).
Satellite reciever (2003).
The wheelhouse is large bright and airy, accessed from both port and starboard side decks. The main helm
position and controls are amidships, with a full sized chart table to port and
instrumentation and navigation equipment mounted around. The wheelhouse roof
slides open to form a sunroof. There is also plenty of locker and stowage space.
The engine and all its components are accessed from a large hatch in the
wheelhouse floor. Going forward from the wheelhouse into the galley on the
starboard side, this has cooker, sink, fridge and all the usual features plus
stowage space. Opposite the galley is the dining area which also converts into a
double berth, again with plenty of locker space. Still going forward, the heads
(electric toilet and with shower) is on the port side with a hanging locker to
starboard. Right forward is a double berth with standing headroom and stowage.
Going aft from the wheelhouse there is a further double cabin again with ample
lockers and stowage. On deck there is plenty of space to walk around to control
sails etc with an outside helm position aft.
Wessel has been totally overhauled in 2002/2003. Has sailed the last 6 years in the mediterainean.
Marga & Johannes