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    $ 38,075
    listed price: £ 29,950

    Osborne - King Falcon 33

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    Fulvia is one of only twelve King Falcon 33 TSMYs to have been custom built by William Osborne (the renowned lifeboat builder) and are highly sought after thanks to their classic lines and spacious accommodation. They also make a great, highly capable and seaworthy alternative to the classic Fairey Swordsman, Weymouth or Freeman 32 cruisers. She has been well maintained and updated during her current and previous ownerships and early viewing is advised as diesel powered cruisers suitable for sea and river work of this size and quality rarely come along at this price! Viewing by appointment only through our Essex office on - Phone number removed -

    This King Falcon 33 has a unique layout which currently offers four/five berths in three cabins with good headroom throughout. FORECABIN: Permanent double V berth (this could be converted back to two single berths with an infill if required), storage in lockers and beneath berths and opening deck hatch. HEADS COMPARTMENT: Located to starboard and fitted with an ITT Par marine toilet, washbasin, shower and stowage. GALLEY: An L-shaped galley forward to port equipped with a Plastimo Neptune 2000 cooker, stainless steel sink and plenty of stowage in various lockers and cupboards. Cutlery, crockery and cookware included. SALOON: Consisting of a large storage unit with fitted Waeco 12/240V marine fridge and two chairs with L-shaped dining area and bespoke central table with folding leaves opposite. Additional storage is also provided beneath and around the dining area including a large drinks cabinet and various additional racks and shelves. WHEELHOUSE: Helm position with adjustable and removable bucket seat to port, navigator seat with chart storage to starboard and additional seating to aft of cockpit. AFT CABIN: Currently in its original configuration of two good single berths with a storage unit between, which could be altered to form a reasonable size double if her new owners preferred. En suite heads compartment with marine toilet and washbasin. The interior is light and airy with excellent ventilation and is in good condition throughout with beige upholstery (new 2015) in both sleeping cabins and maroon velour upholstery in the saloon. During her current ownership various improvements have been made including high quality teak sole boards throughout, a greatly improved teak dining table and refitted heads compartments in keeping with the period character. She has a pressurised water system providing hot and cold water to both heads and the galley via a calorifier (newly installed 2015 but not yet connected to the engine). A Mikuni diesel fired heater provides warm air heating to all cabins and shorepower has been installed along with a Glomex TV aerial.
    Mechanical Systems
    Located beneath the wheelhouse sole, twin Perkins 6354 Turbo 145hp 6-cylinder marine diesel engines. Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers. Single lever engine controls. 24V electric start. Shaft drives to twin 4-bladed propellers. Spare set of propellers. Remote control trim tabs (new 2009). Full engine instrumentation. The engines were last serviced with new oil and fuel filters in April 2019 by her experienced owner.
    Electrical Systems
    6 x 12V batteries charged via engine alternators providing engine start (24V) and domestic battery banks. Shorepower system with ring mains and Sterling Procharge 20 battery charger. 12V and 24V accessory outlets. Screen demister fan. Full cabin lighting.
    Deck Equipment
    CQR type anchor with chain and warp Second smaller CQR type kedge anchor with chain and warp Spare chain Manual anchor windlass Heavy duty custom stainless steel davits Stainless steel boarding ladder Stainless steel and teak grabrails 2 x Windscreen wipers with screen washers Windscreen demister system Blue cockpit canopy with integrated Bimini system by Dolphin (new 2010) Blue aft deck spray dodgers by dolphin (2010) Ensign and staff Cockpit cushions Warps and fenders
    Navigation Equipment
    Plastimo compass Raymarine DSC VHF radio with fist mike Seavoice RT550 VHF radio with telephone style handset NASA Clipper depth sounder and speed/log NASA Clipper wind instrument Garmin 50S GPS colour chart plotter with facility to add fish finder (new 2015) Lowrance Elite-4M HD colour chart plotter (new 2015, feeds GPS to autopilot) Garmin 72H GPS navigation system (feeds GPS to Yeoman chart plotter) Yeoman chart plotter (refurbished 2013) Raymarine ST4000+ autohelm system Furuno 1720 radar NASA Navtex Clock and barometer in cockpit and saloon Navigation lights
    Safety Equipment
    3 x Fire extinguishers Firesafe engine protection system (new 2014) Fire blanket Canary 2 gas alarm 2 x Lifebuoys with floating lights Lifejacket with harness 2 x Safety lines 3 x Manual bilge pumps 3 x Electric bilge pumps 2 x Small electric portable submersible pump Emergency tiller Radar reflector Foghorn
    The Osborne King Falcon 33 was built in 1975 by William Osborne Ltd, Littlehampton to their own design. White GRP semi-displacement hull with styling stripes and spray chines. Light blue GRP coachroof with blue Treadmaster decks and blue painted non-slip surfaces to the sheathed cabin and wheelhouse roofs. Teak rubbing strakes. Aluminium framed windows. Bronze P-brackets and propellers. Hydraulic wheel steering to twin bronze rudders. The hull was professionally stripped and epoxy treated in 2009 and had new propellers, shafts and rudders installed in 2010.
    The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
    $ 38,075
    Category:Motor Boat
    Sales status:Delete
    Model:King Falcon 33
    Year built:1975
    Length:10.06 m
    Beam:3.68 m
    Engine manufacturer:perkins
    KW:290.0 hp
    Fuel Capacity:725 liter
    Fresh water capacity:360 liter
    WC & bathrooms:2
    Model6354 turboWaterline length30 feet
    Max Draft3.08 feetModel Year1975
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