LM 33 Vitesse

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Boat Details

Make: LM
Model: 33 Vitesse
Year: 1994
LOA: 33ft/10m
Class: Motor/Sail
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Deck Saloon/Pilothouse
Berths: 6
Cabins: 3
Ancasta Ref: 25354
Vessel Name: Marquis
LM 33 VITESSE BUILT IN 1994
Built by LM Boats of Denmark

CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull deck and superstructure
Fully enclosed wheel house
Dual steering position- wheel & tiller (in cockpit)
Self draining cockpit
Bulb fin keel
Small shoe bolted to keel to provide improved protection for rudder in event of grounding
Last out of water June 2017
Antifouled June 2017

LOA 10.06m (33' 0") (Inc bathing platform)
LWL 7.70m (25' 3")
Beam 3.10m (10' 2")
Draft Approx 1.55m (5'1")
Displacement 4800kg
SLOOP RIG
Two spreader rig
Anodised aluminium spars by Jon Mast of Denmark
Stainless steel standing rigging (2004)
Single line slab reefing
Spinnaker pole
Spinnaker gear
Mainsheet track on pilothouse roof
Profurl headsail furler (2017)
Jon Mast rod kicker
Split backstay
Halyards led back to Spinlock clutches on side of wheelhouse
Stack pac and lazy jacks (2016)

SAILS
Mainsail (original)
Genoa (Sanders Sails 2013)
Spinnaker (original)

WINCHES
Two Andersen FA46st 2 speed, stainless steel self-tailing genoa winches
Two Andersen FA28st 2 speed stainless steel primary winches


SLEEPS SIX IN THREE CABINS
Forward V berth with infill and shelf storage
Sliding partition door to heads
Aft cabin to starboard with quarter berth & shelf storage (enter under helm seat)
Saloon converts to double & single berth

HEADS
WC to starboard (2016)
Sink with pull out shower head to port
Heads door swings back to create partition between saloon & shower tray

SALOON
Fold leaf table
Settee berths- single to port/double to starboard
Cupboard storage
Patterned upholstery
White curtains
Eberspacher cabin heating

GALLEY
Eno 2 burner gas half gimballed cooker & oven
12 Volt fridge
Stainless steel sink
Storage cupboards & drawers
VOLVO PENTA DIESEL 2030 28HP ENGINE
Sail drive to 3 bladed folding propeller
Rope cutter
Last engine service January 2018
Approx cruising speed 5.5 knots
Approx max speed 6.5 knots

ELECTRICS:
3 Engine & domestic batteries (2 new in 2012)
Charged by engine alternator
240V Battery charger (2009)
Shore power & cable

TANKAGE:
Fuel tank (22 gallons; 100lt)
Water tank (44gallons; 200lt)

WATER SYSTEM
Hot & cold pressurised water system
Heated by calorifier and immersion
NAVIGATIONAL AIDS:
Silva compass
Autohelm speed and log
Wind & VMG
Raymarine RL70C Colour Plotter/radar (2005)
Echo pilot Forward looking Sonar
Autohelm Echo sounder
Nasa AIS
Icom ICM421 VHF (2005)
Autohelm auto pilot
Furuno Navtex (2004)
Garmin GPSMAP 750 (2011)

GROUND TACKLE:
10kg Bruce Anchor with 50m chain & warp
Simpson Lawrence manual windlass
Kedge anchor & chain

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:
Guardwire, pulpit, pushpit
Cockpit tent
Sorensen oil lamp
Reading lights
Cockpit cushions
Light in cockpit locker
Warps and fenders
Boathook
Clock/ barometer & thermometer
Crockery
Fender racks
Cockpit table
Collapsible hatchboard


SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Automatic bilge pump (2012)
Manual bilge pump
Navigation lights
Grabrails on coachroof
Man overboard rescue system
Fire Extinguishers (expiry date unknown)
Flares (expiry date unknown)

*4 man Valise liferaft (serviced 2017)- by separate negotiation
A very capable sailing yacht with the added benefit of an enclosed wheelhouse with dual steering positions for all weather use and 28hp diesel engine for motor sailing. Comprehensive navigation and safety equipment.

Lying afloat in Lymington Yacht Haven
I have owned Marquis for some 13 years and she is a much loved boat which has safely transported me to, amongst other places, the Isles of Scilly, Channel Islands and North Brittany. The pilothouse is great for our climate, providing much needed protection and, combined with the warm-air heating, extending the season through the winter months. Sailing in mid-winter on clear frosty days and with very few people around can be a real joy. I have found Marquis surprisingly fast for her type, very easy to sail single-handed and predictable when manoeuvring under power, including going astern in marinas.

Marquis has been regularly maintained and updated. Among items renewed in recent years are roller furling gear (2017), heads (2016), stack pac and lazy jacks (2016), gas regulator (2016), harken outboard stanchion leads (2016), genoa (2013), automatic bilge pump (2012), Garmin plotter (2011), sail drive bellows and sealing rings (2011).
Shortly after buying Marquis I had the rudder post professionally strengthened and a small keel extension fitted with a view to providing more protection for the rudder in the event of grounding.