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Price €48,500.00
Posted by Crosshaven Boatyard on 12-11-2020
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Description

This 1979 Tradewind 33 is a very well maintained "Blue Water Cruiser" and is powered by a 2005 Beta 35hp diesel engine (1290hrs). Her inventory includes 2008 standing rigging, 2007 slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks, 2010 furling genoa, sprayhood, self-tailing winches, manual windlass, four berths, chartplotter, radar, heating, hot water and more. "Breakaway" has a solid sea kindly feel to her, she is in excellent shape and is ideal for a couple. Viewing is recommended.

Builder: Frederick Mitchell, Poole, U.K.
Designer: John Rock
Flag of Registry: Ireland
Keel: Full
Hull Shape: Displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 6 in
LWL: 25 ft 10 in
Length on Deck: 33 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 9200 kgs
Ballast: 3700 kgs
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in

Engine Brand: Beta
Year Built: 2005
Engine Model: BV1305 4Cylinder
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1290
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 35 HP

Cruising Speed: 5 knots
Maximum Speed: 6 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tank: (522 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 2 x (80 Liters)

Construction

GRP Hull and deck with a long encapsulated lead keel. Her bottom had five coats of epoxy applied in April 2019. 

Orchid white deck with grey "Treadmaster"

Registered in Cork.


Rig and Sails

Bermudan Cutter

Aluminium mast and boom by Trevor Reed of Dartmouth

Standing rigging S/S wire (replaced 2008 /2009)

2018 "Profurl" furling gear (higher spec.) including 2018 fore-stay

Running Rigging (upgraded yearly)

Backstay runners for the staysail

2011 Mast Steps

Spinnaker Pole

2011 Mainsail cover

Sails:

TAN SAILS

2007 Slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks

2009 Hood working jib with hanks 

2010 (September) Hood Genoa on furler

1996 Yankee with hanks 

2012 Hood staysail with hanks (self-tacking) works well as storm jib 

Tri-sail (with separate track)

Blooper


Deck Equipment

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails

Opening gates at the guardrails

Stainless steel bowsprit

Stainless steel "Granny Bars" at the mast

Teak box around the mast to keep the ropes tidy

Manual Windlass (2 speed) by Simpson Lawrence

Bruce 15kg – 10mm galvanised chain 40 metres and 30 metres of 20mm nylon rope (both new 2018)

Fisherman anchor

3 x cockpit lockers

2 x Lewmar 42 Selftailing Genoa sheet winches

1 x 2018 Harken Selftailing halyard winch on the mast

1 x Lewmar halyard winch on the mast

1 x Lewmar reefing winch on the mast

Winch handles

Winch handle pocket in the cockpit

Main Sheet behind the helm

Numerous mooring cleats

Mooring lines and fenders

2011 Sprayhood

2015 Cockpit tent

Dodgers

2011 Cockpit cushions


Accommodation

L-shaped Galley to port with harness and safety rail

Plastimo Neptune 2000 two burner gas cooker with grill and oven (in good condition)

Isotherm fridge with incorporated freezer compartment (under the chart seat)

Stainless sink and drainer

Pressurised hot and cold water via Calorifier (engine and shorepower)

Manual foot pump at the sink (fresh water)

Aft facing Chart Table to starboard with Navigator's seat, 12V. control panels and Instruments

Step down into the saloon 

Dinette table in solid teak to port, pilot berth also to port and a single berth to starboard (can be made wider by removing the backrest). Opening deck hatches and great storage in the main saloon.

Brass Clock and Barometer

Heads and Shower to port, with hot water, marine toilet, wash hand basin and, electric sump pump, with hanging locker and shelves opposite to starboard.

Forward cabin comes complete with a V berth, shelf, opening deck hatch and access to the chain locker.

Teak and Holly effect sole in the saloon

Eberspacher hot air heating

Ample storage

The interior is in excellent condition


Electrical and Navigation

1 x 12v Engine battery

2019 Service battery (2 x 6V. Deep Cycle)

Shorepower with 4 x 220v. sockets

2011 Rutland 914i wind charger 

December 2012 BP 55w solar panel 

Rutland HRDX/12v regulator for both wind charger and solar panel

Sinewave Inverter for charging laptops etc.

In the Cockpit 

Plastimo steering compass (2005) 

Raymarine ST60 Depth sounder (2006) 

Raymarine ST60 speed log (2006) 

Raymarine ST60 wind dir. / speed (2006) 

Raymarine Tiller Pilot

Simrad A1 50 colour AIS transponder B

Fish-finder / Depth

Aries wind vane system

At the Navigation Table 

Navman 7200 DSC VHF radio (2013) 

JRC 1000 Radar (2000) 

Garmin GPSmap 550 chart plotter (2013) with UK/Ireland charts

Furuno Navtex NX-300

ICOM IC-M 700UK SSB 

EPIRB


Safety

(2012) 4 Person Liferaft (requires a service)

5 x Lifejackets

Fire extinguishers

Fire Blanket

1 x Electric auto bilge pump 

2 x manual bilge pumps (one in the cockpit and one in the main saloon).

Dan Buoy

Search Light

Radar reflector on the mast

XM Oscar MOB Sling

Safety ladder on stern (MOB 2.4 m)

Ship shade umbrella (clips into winch)

S/S swimming ladder (stows at the mast)

S/S Emergency Tiller


Other

3 x 2008 Lewmar deck hatches

1 x 2017 Gebo portlight at the galley

S/S Holding tank not connected

Grey water tank for shower, sink in the heads and anchor well

All new bronze skin fittings 2009

2 x new Blake seacocks in heads (2009)

1 x new bronze seacock for engine water intake (2019)

1 x new bronze seacock for water cooled stern tube

(2019) Cutlass bearing 

(2014) Stern tube + new Vetus shaft seal

(2014) S/S prop shaft plus bronze 3 blade propeller 

All hoses in good condition.

Radio/CD player

Chart table protection cover

2018 Covers for deck hatches

Upgrades since June 2019 

2019 Service batteries (two 6V. deep cycle)

Forward cabin, altered to V berth 

Heads, painted and new discharge hose for toilet 

Saloon, new wood trim around headlining, bulkheads dressed. 

Navigation area, instruments re-positioned and bulkhead dressed. 

Galley painted 

New calorifier fitted, (hot water from engine and shore power) 

Cockpit 

New gas locker with shut off solenoid fitted under

Locker lids replaced and new teak fitted. 

Cockpit sanded and oiled


Broker's Comments

"Breakaway" has been around the world once with her first owner for five years. The previous owners owned the boat from 2007 to 2019 and cruised along the S.W. coast of Ireland, France and Northern Spain.

The present owners bought the boat in May 2019 and have decided that they would like to go up a few feet. 

Typical of the Tradewinds, she has a deep cockpit and feels sturdy and safe. She relishes strong conditions."

"Breakaway" has been lovingly cared for by all her owners and is in exceptional condition.

 

 

Year of Manufacture

1979

Engine Make & Model

BV1305 4 Cylinder

Engine Size (HP)

35

Engine Hours

1290

Drive Type

Shaft Drive

Fuel Type

Diesel

Topside Colour

White

Deck Colour

White

Phone Number

+353862546123

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About Boats For Sale

Simple and easy to use this dedicated Irish and UK boats for sales site offers you an uncluttered and comprehensive selection of yachts, motorboats, dinghies, sportsboats, canoes and tenders for sale.

Select the category of boat you wish to browse and click away to find your next boat. If you're selling a boat, register and place your ad for as little as €10, adding your boat is easy and we welcome your feedback.

Disclaimer

This website offers the details of vessels and services on this site in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessels. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires to be validated. Vessels advertised here are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.