REMEDY is a drop-dead gorgeous Flag Blue Hunt Surfhunter 33 “Deep Vee” with convertible bimini top and a full-curtain enclosure for the bridge deck. With a Northern Lights 6kW genset and AC/heat vented to the cabin, head and bridge deck, this classic express cruiser is set up nicely for north/south or extended-season usage on and away from the dock. Thoughtful custom options which make this boat special include: electric front-opening panels in the windshield; Garmin 12” touchscreen plotter and Garmin autopilot (new in 2016); DVD player and 15” flat screen below; XM radio with weather capabilities; Cummins SmartCraft tachometer and digital engine instrumentation; inverter; ZF variable speed bow thruster; an optional (larger) 480 hp Cummins fully-electronic diesel with common rail fuel injection and a custom mooring cover for the cockpit.
This boat planes easily at 13 knots while only sipping 6-7 gallons per hour, yet cruises easily at 27 knots all day long while only burning 12-13 gph, depending on load and sea conditions. A versatile boat equally at home with a crowd running over to the beach as she is cruising down the waterway or romping across the Gulf Stream with a couple aboard.
REMEDY was built in 2012, taken to Florida and stored indoors until fall, 2015, when a change of the original owner’s plans dictated a sale. As a result, the boat has only seen seasonal usage out of New England during the summers of 2016 and 2017. The current (second) owner- who loves the boat dearly, and has upgraded and taken exceptional care of the vessel since acquiring her in early 2016 - has commitments in the coming year or two that will command extra attention, so a decision has been made to sell the boat rather than have her idle. In virtually every regard, REMEDY shows and performs like a new vessel. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a hard-to-come-by Surfhunter 33 - a great and lasting value in today’s competitive market.
OUR BROKERS: Miles DAVID, Chris FAIRFAX, Dolf HAFFENREFFER, Chet HARTSHORN, Ted HOOD, Murray LORD, Bob MARSTON, John PERKINS, Jim WETHERALD.
Please contact Wellington Yacht Partners at (401) 683-6070
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Constructor: Hunt Yachts
Diseñador: Hunt Yachts
Bandera del barco: United States
Eslora total: 33 Pies 0 Pulgadas
Manga: 11 Pies 4 Pulgadas
Calado mínimo: 1 Pies 8 Pulgadas
Calado máximo: 3 Pies 0 Pulgadas
Astilla muerta en peto de popa: 22 ° at Transom
Peso seco: 12000 Libras
Potencia Total: 480 HP
Marca del motor: Cummins
Año de construcción: 2012
Modelo del motor: QSB Fully-electric Common Rail
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Número de horas del motor: 229
Potencia del motor: 480 HP
Velocidad de crucero: 27 Nudos
Velocidad máxima: 32 Nudos
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: Plástico (28 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: Aluminio (125 Galones)
Número de depósitos de aguas negras: Plástico
Número de literas simples: 3
Número de literas dobles: 1
Número de camarotes: 1
Número de aseos: 1
Circuito eléctrico: 110V
CONSTRUCTION AND COLORS
Made in the USA. Solid hand-laid fiberglass hull with massive longitudinal stringers. Topsides and deck are molded with non-water-absorbing foam coring for strength and weight savings. Molded contrasting non-skid decks in Oyster White to match the Stamoid Cream canvas and exterior cushions, with white gelcoat surfaces. Proper stainless bow rail, bolted through deck with no visible screw heads.
Flag Blue topsides
Gold Cove stripe
Single White boot stripe
Exterior fabric: High-quality Majilite Finesse Natural with “custom channeling” for a neat and traditional look, with Glazed Finesse Cadet Blue contrasting piping
Interior fabric: Canvas Sapphire Blue, with Canvas Sapphire Blue piping
Starting forward, large V-berth with filler. V-berth mattress replaced new in 2017 with custom memory foam mattress. Custom cherry storage lockers along V-berth port and starboard. Cabinet on forward bulkhead to house flat screen. A hanging locker is located aft and to port, with a shelf above, and a cabinet to house the stereo and AC/heat vent, with a shelf above.
Galley to starboard, with plenty of storage in lockers outboard of counter, and cabinets below, with a shelf outboard and above. Stainless sink; countertop cutting board with flush-mounted, single-burner butane stove below; 12V/110V Isotherm stainless pullout refrigerator/freezer and Haier stainless microwave oven.
Dinette is to port, which converts to large single berth, with small pilot berth above which stores outboard of the dinette when not in use.
Large head to starboard with electric saltwater flush head, opening port, stainless steel sink with hot and cold faucet that doubles as ensuite shower with drain to automatic shower sump. The space is quite comfortable and large for a boat of this size, which is in keeping with the reality that most folks use their 33’s as spirited go-anywhere dayboats. Air conditioning and heat are vented to the head. Cherry-framed mirror; stainless towel bar.
Cherry interior joinery with faux teak and holly sole and Herreshoff-style headliner. Large Lewmar opening hatch with removable screen. (4) Opening ports with screens. Lockers with cherry doors to access all available storage beneath the V-berth and dinette. Overhead lighting with two settings and stainless reading lamps with glass shades are located throughout.
Northern Lights 6kW Genset (29 hours, October 2017)
(3) Banks 12v batteries
Battery charger – Charles 40 amp
Inverter – Xantrex Freedom HF 1800 with remote switch at electrical panel
(2) Shore power inlets: 30 amp Hubbell sockets to handle additional AC loads
Custom remote main battery Solenoid switches at helm
12v Outlet at helm
(3) 110v outlets: galley; head inside locker; aft of stereo cabinet- port interior
Electrical panel at helm; varnished teak trim with smoked Lexan door. BlueSeas voltage and amp meters; battery indicators; reverse polarity shore power indicators
Garmin 5212 12” color GPS touch screen plotter; HD digital radar with 4kW dome and sounder
Garmin XM/weather module
Garmin CHP 20 autopilot with hydraulic pump (new 2016), interfaced into NMEA 2000 network
Radio – Clarion CMV 1 AM/FM/CD/XM/Sirius with MP3 jack with remote at helm; (2) speakers below and (2) above deck
VHF – Icom IC-M506
15” LCD flat screen with DVD player in custom cabinet forward V-berth, with Bose Acoustimas 2-cube speaker system with subwoofer
Cummins QSB 480 hp Common Rail Diesel straight shafted to propeller with Cummins SmartCraft Tachometer with real-time fuel consumption and digital gauge
Bow thruster – ZF variable speed
Electric windlass: Lewmar 700 with foot switches on deck, and remote switch at helm, with upgraded stainless chain and stainless anchor on roller
Air conditioning: 16,000 BTU vented to cabin; head (with vent that may be closed) and to bridge deck
Hot water heater - stainless - 110v element and engine heat exchanger
(2) Rule electric bilge pumps with auto/on/off switches at helm, wired directly to batteries
Roca windshield wiper motors
Macerator pump for holding tank pump-out
Lectrotab trim tabs
BRIDGE DECK AND HELM AREA
Bridge deck is raised from the cockpit, with excellent sight lines, and flows nicely into the cockpit and to the interior below. The area is climate-controlled with heat and AC, and is well-ventilated. Side curtains have optional zip-open and roll-up “windows”. The entire deck may be raised with the push of a button - furniture and all - to allow great access to the engine room. A day hatch behind the helm chair to starboard allows for quick visual inspections and oil checks. The bridge deck features a raised L-settee to port, with removable bolster perfect as a backrest, when sitting facing forward or when lounging facing aft, and also as an armrest when sitting and facing inboard; molded foot rests and copious storage beneath. There is a Stamoid convertible bimini with side and 3-piece stern curtains on a reinforced stainless bow to support radar, with handles for boarding and moving up and down the side decks; overhead bridge deck light and pod/mini mast (powder-coated) for radar. Stainless VHF and GPS antennae are also mounted on the back of the bimini for a clean look.
Custom helm seat with lifting bolster and varnished teak accent trim on the lifting arms. Storage locker beneath with teak door
Custom teak wheel with Hunt logo
Well-laid-out instrumentation and access to electrical panel behind smoked Lexan door outboard
Bi-fold teak table at L-settee, with removable pedestal
Electric opening forward-facing windows in windshield
Side-opening vents, port and starboard
Teak louvered companionway bi-fold door with magnetic catch, with teak and smoked Lexan bi-fold hatch
Custom teak “glove box” with Lexan top and two stainless cup holders to port of companionway
Teak drop-down table and locker with bottle holders
LED courtesy lights at sole level
COCKPIT AND DECK
Cockpit features a full-width 3-piece transom seat, which can be easily removed altogether or in sections. Cockpit deck hatches allow access to storage for something like an outboard motor, and great access to the fuel tank, steering gear etc. A drop-down door also provides access to L-settee storage.
Hot and cold shower on transom
Teak louvered swim platform treated with Semco sealer, with stainless handle and telescoping stainless swim ladder
(2) Stainless rod holders in cockpit coamings
Storage racks under cockpit gunwales port and starboard
(4) Stainless Wichard folding padeyes for fenders
Teak varnished bright: toe rails with custom flush lift-up bow chocks; eyebrow on coachroof sides; flagstaff; shelf at helm; electrical panel trim; locker doors
Stamoid mooring cover with vent and clear plastic window; quick pins into stainless rubstrake
LED courtesy lights at cockpit steps
AFI horn; flush-mounted, with switch at helm
Fire extinguishers at helm and galley
MOB function on Garmin plotter
VHF distress button
Racor auxiliary fuel filters for engine and genset
High water alarm
(2) Electric bilge pumps
Pantograph-style windshield wipers with electric windshield wash
Engine room lights
Remote battery switches at helm
Stainless bow rail (with socket at bow for staff and pennant)
Handrails on windshield sides; powder-coated to match windshield frame
The owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale.
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.