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1993* 33' MURRAY Expedition Style Auxiliary Cutter, file# sa5727
$44,900.00 CAD SOLD!
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LOA: 33', LWL: 26' 9", Draft 4' 1", Beam: 10' 11", Displacement: 13,130#, Ballast: 5,000#
Located in Nova Scotia

1993* 33' MURRAY Expedition Style Auxiliary Cutter
BUILDER: Murray Yachts, Trenton, Ontario, DESIGNER: Edward S. Brewer

CONSTRUCTION: Welded steel construction; the hull, deck, deckhouse and cockpit plating are 10 gauge (0134"); The long fin keel has a 3/4" bottom plate and the leading edge is schedule #80, 2" steel pipe; The skeg supported steel rudder has a solid 2" shaft with Delrin bearings connected to a Whitlock steering gear with pedestal. The hull is framed longitudinally (rare in yachts) with several structural bulkheads. The hull is painted in emerald green and the decks are painted in Grand Banks Beige. The boottop is beige and the bottom paint is black. The bottom was taken to bare metal, primed and bottom painted mid- summer 2016. There is a fixed shelter over the forward end of the cockpit and companionway that is nicely proportioned and constructed of fibreglass over plywood. The interior of the hull was epoxy coated and then carefully insulated with an adhering insulation above the waterline. There are Marlon ball-valves on the through-hull fittings. The yacht has substantial bow and stern pulpits; double lifelines; two gates and a platform bowsprit with substantial anchor rollers. There is an emergency tiller; weather cloths (never installed); 6'self-bailing cockpit with stainless steel cockpit locker hatches; 3 Bomar deck hatches and 6 opening ports with heavy weather shields. *The yacht was built in 1993, stored indoors and not launched until about 2010. It is only in the last year that the boat has been sailed; and then only on a trial basis. Note the 2015 Sails.

ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps 4 and has 6' 2" headroom. Vee berth forward with a roomy drop-down clothes locker above it; hanging lockers to port and an enclosed head to starboard. The head features a composting marine toilet, stainless steel sink, Corian counter top, linen storage and shower (the shower sump-pump has not been installed).

The main cabin has settees port and starboard with lee-cloths. There is plenty of storage in compartments outboard. There is a roomy, stand-up navigation station and chart table to starboard and a "U"shaped galley to port. The galley has an icebox, Origo (non-pressurized alcohol) two burner stove with oven, sea-swing stove; stainless steel sink with and Corian counter top.

The sinks and the shower are supplied by hot and cold pressure water from a 100 gallon water capacity in 4 stainless steel tanks below the main cabin sole. There is a stainless steel hot water tank which is heated either by the engine or 110 volt shore-power.

The interior of the boat is simply but nicely appointed in painted plywood cabinetry, lockers and head-liner with dark mahogany trim; the plywood sole remains unfinished. There is beige fabric upholstery and draperies. There is a bracket on the mainmast to accommodate a drop-leaf table which has not yet been built. There is a Wabasto hot-air diesel fired furnace.

ENGINE: 1993 Perkins "Prima", 30 HP; fresh water cooled (heat exchanger); 3 bladed Max-Prop feathering propeller; 'Spurs'line cutter on the propeller shaft; integral steel fuel tank with a 45 gallon capacity; Vetus sea-water intake filter. There is no hour meter but it is estimated that there are fewer than 100 hours on the engine.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 & 110 volt systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine through a selector switch to an engine starting battery and currently one battery for the house system. There are pads and wiring for "8D"sized deep-discharge batteries for the house system that were never installed. There is a Pro-Mariner Corrosion Controller system; 20 amp automatic battery charger; AeroGen wind generator; 1750 watt inverter; 2 solar panels mounted on the coach-roof of the fixed shelter; Blue-Sea circuit breaker panels; 110 volt shore power with 50'- 30 amp cord; polarity indicator and a full complement of interior and navigation lights.

RIGGING: Charleston Spars mast and boom; Pro Furl roller furling gear; heavy standing rigging with Norseman terminals; 4 stainless steel Anderson winches: 2 X #46 2 speed self-tailing sheet winches; 2 X #28 2 speed self-tailing halyard and staysail winches; substantial mainsheet traveller and Yankee sheeting tracks on deck; boom vang; internal halyards; Tides Marine Teflon mainsail track (2015).

SAILS: All By Doyle in 2015 - Full-Batten mainsail w. 3 reefs; roller-furling Yankee Jib; clip-on Staysail; Storm Tri-Sail; Storm Jib.

ELECTRONICS: by Icom: # MA500TR - AIS Transponder; #M502 - VHF; #M802 - SSB radiotelephone; Garmin #152 - GPS; Furuno #1623 - Radar; Nav-Man speedometer, log, depth-sounder and wind speed indicator with a repeater in the nav-station below; gimballed 5" flat compass on the wheel pedestal; Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo.

GENERAL: 15 Kg. Rockna anchor with chain rode; Simpson Lawrence #555, two-speed, manual windless; electric and manual bilge pumps; boat hook; dock lines; 5 fenders; steel cradle; 3 fire extinguishers; life ring; electric horn; swim ladder; rain catcher to supply the water tanks; new wash-down hoses; engine & equipment manuals.

PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.

BROKER'S COMMENT: This boat represents a labour of love that was cut-short due to the recent untimely death of her knowledgeable (ex navy) owner. He had plans for high latitude cruising and he equipped the boat with the best gear for the purpose. The owner ordered the hull, deck, engine, rudder and steering gear in 1993. He then spent the next 20 years preparing for a dream cruise which he was never able to undertake. Murray Yachts built 25 of these boats and they have successfully cruised all over the world. They commissioned the design from E.S. Brewer when he practiced in Maine. We believe that she represents a rare opportunity to purchase a serious, virtually unused, off-shore cruising yacht at a small fraction of her replacement cost.

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For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:

G. Ernest Hamilton
Maritime Ship & Yacht Brokers
35 Crown Hill Cres,
Saint John, New Brunswick,
E2K 2H2
(506) 634-1672, Fax (506) 632-2044

Email: msy@nbnet.nb.ca

1985  33' MURRAY Expedition Style Auxiliary Cutter

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