1981 U.S. Yachts 33 - Goin' My Way
Yes, this beautiful boat is for sale. She's a rarity; you'll find the odd one in the Caribbean, but not many here. They were built in several sizes from 25-33 feet for a few years surrounding 1980, on a Buccaneer pattern (but with better construction from United Sailing Yachts), using a design from Doug Peterson.
Who Will This Boat Choose?
This is a bit of a "niche" boat - comfortable cruiser, admittedly somewhwat spartan, but the main thing about this boat is that she is fast. She requires a simultaneously firm yet gentle, nuanced hand on the helm and is similarly very sensitive to small changes in sail trim, so you can easily cruise with a short crew happily all day, but if attended to diligently, she will step out and pull away from the herd. I.e., she is a great racer/cruiser, leaning a bit towards the "racer" side.
I have so loved owning and sailing, racing and cruising, this boat. Sometimes it's just time to move on.
Here's some "ad copy":
33 foot open-cabin sailboat; fast; newer Yanmar diesel, high-tech feathering VARI prop; mast and rigging excellent; all equipment well-maintained and functional; wheel-steering, 5'5" draft with full-lead keel, deck-stepped mast; good sail inventory, newer main and #1, with 180 genoa(!), 2 spinnakers, whisker pole; surveys well; pretty, needs a little cosmetic TLC; sleeps 7 (in theory!); sink, cooler, head, stereo, VHF, anchor; could trade down
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-this page updated 2023-07-24