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Ebbtide 33

Brief details

Builder

Various, including Oceancraft at Wadebridge

This yacht is one of the Alan Pape designed Ebbtide 33s, Ebbtides being one of the classic long-distance yachts, with a long full keel, transom-hung rudder for strength and ease of installation of a windvane. Many hulls were amateur-completed, so layouts and interiors may vary greatly

LOA

33' 0"
on deck

Sail area

715 sq ft main, genoa and staysail

LWL

26' 6"

Rig

cutter

Beam

10' 2"

Cabins

Saloon and forecabin

Draught

5' 6"

Berths

typically 5

Displacement

19,410 lbs

Engine

various

Ballast

lead

BHP

typically 20 - 30

Keel type

Long keel with transom-hung rudder

Ebbtide 33

Alan Pape, of the Curtis & Pape boatyard in Looe, Cornwall, designed the Ebbtide 33 and 36 yachts as heavyweight cruisers, aimed very much at long-distance sailing. Built of hard chine steel, with a short doghouse on a semi-flush deck, and a transom-hung rudder, Ebbtides have been built with sloop or cutter rigs, and a larger rig was added as an option some years after the design was first introduced.

Ebbtide 33

The interior fitout of the example illustrated made extensive use of stainless steel, the saloon table, and the entire galley being finished in stainless steel sheeting. A more traditional timber interior would be more typical. There is a large vee-double berth in the forecabin, with heads compartment and a workbench, separating this from the saloon. Aft is the galley and chart table, with a deep quarter berth aft of the chart table.

The rudder blade is transom hung, making self-steering installation easy

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This particular yacht was fitted out for strength rather than looks.....

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