Price reduction of $12,000. The owner is unable to use their boat and is ready to let it go at an aggressive price. This extremely economical cruiser (1gal/hr at 7-8knts) is ready to leave the docks and head out cruising.
This strong command bridge cruiser boasts a commercial-grade hull with well-thought-out modifications including a Lewmar bow thruster, extended hull and rolling chocks has increased the efficiency and sea handling characteristics. The current owner religiously maintains all systems in a ‘ready to go’ state so this boat is prepared to leave the dock at any time and take its next owners exploring the coast.
Permaglass Plastics was a respected British Columbia manufacturer of commercial fishing boats. During the slowdown in the fishing industry in the early 80’s Permaglass made 11 pleasure craft versions on their commercial fishing hulls. The hull is thick, strong and solid, as commercial fishing boats need to be. The superstructure is strong and functional with a traditional cruising layout. With the recent additions of the extended hull and stabilizing fins, this Permaglass 33 cruises more efficiently with less bow-rise and rolling. Its happy place is running at 1900 RPM making 8 knots at 1 gallon per hour. It will take you from Nanaimo to Desolation Sound for about 9 gallons of fuel.
This boat was repowered in 2008 with a fully rebuilt 200 hp Volvo TDMA41B diesel and has 800 hrs of run time since the installation. The Walter V-Drive was rebuilt in 2020. The maintenance logbook is exactly what any new owner wants to see. Preventative maintenance is regularly done and not ignored. Engine and transmission fluids changed every 100 hours, impellers, anodes, filters, etc. all changed on a regular schedule. Hauled this spring with new bottom paint and sacrificial anodes.
This boat is strong, well maintained, with simple and effective systems and will take care of its new owners for years to come. Moorage would be assumable with marina consent.
From the aft cockpit, you enter the main cabin with salon, settee and interior helm station.
The cabin offers fantastic visibility throughout with large windows allowing great views and plenty of natural light. The table is removable and the settee folds down easily into a comfortable double bed.
The interior helm station has very good visibility, full navigation equipment, controls and is the preferred spot to operate the vessel in poor weather.
Forward of the main cabin is the galley with plenty of storage, counter space, stainless steel sink, Dickenson, marine diesel range with oven and NovaCool R3800 AC/DC electric refrigerator.
All domestic plumbing hoses were replaced in 2021.
To starboard is an enclosed head with a toilet, hand shower and stainless steel washbasin.
The V-berth cabin is spacious with plenty of room for stretching out.
Interior heat is supplied by a Dickenson bus heater utilizing engine heat.
On deck is a large, covered cockpit with full canvas side curtains creating a comfortable space to stay out of the weather as well as a great shady place to relax on long summer days when all the canvas is removed.
The large, extended swim platform is a perfect place to fish from and provides plenty of space to manage the tender.
The command bridge will quickly become your favourite space. Driving from a raised command bridge literally elevates your on-water experience. Spotting whales, sea lions, otters and eagles as well as simply enjoying the look and feel of the water and passing scenery makes boating what it is.
All canvas is in great shape with console and seat cover as well as bimini top to keep the sun off of hot days.
The upper helm station has full controls, a chartplotter, VHF and bow thruster controls.
Lowrance HDS9 Chart plotter
Uniden UN380 VHF with DSC
Standard Horizon CP300i chart plotter
House batteries 2 X 6V golf cart batteries new in 2019
Starting batteries 2 X 12V
Bow thruster 12V 8D battery in V-berth
Rebuilt windlass motor approximately 2019
The alternator was rebuilt in 2018 as a 100Amp alternator and set up to charge at 50 Ams at idle in order to maintain batteries at idle speed.
2017 8′ Bakerview rigid hull inflatable tender with 2012 Yamaha 6hp outboard
Electric windlass with motor rebuilt in 2019
15kg claw-style anchor with 50′ 5/16″ chain with 250′ of nylon rode.
Spare prop – 3 blade prop
Oars – in lazarette
Spare anchor – Danforth-style
Hull extended in 2020 by 38 inches. This allows the boat to maintain a horizontal position as power is applied as well as increasing speed by almost 1/2 knot.
Rolling chocks were added in 2020 to reduce rolling and makes for a much more comfortable ride in waves making family and friends more comfortable.