This Aquastar 33 currently offers up to four berths in two cabins. However, the saloon could easily be converted to form a second double berth increasing this to six when required.
The Forward Cabin has a large island double berth with under bed storage, reading lights, excellent storage in various lockers and drawers, hatch to the foredeck, portlights and two vents.
There is a separate heads compartment to port with a marine toilet, wash basin, shower with automatic pump out, mirror, storage areas, extractor fan and portlight.
There is a guest cabin which has twin bunk beds to starboard which offers useful additional storage in various lockers.
The Wheelhouse/Saloon has a helm position to starboard with full instrumentation, folding adjustable double seat, distribution panel and storage lockers. The Navigators position is to port with single folding seat, storage lockers and companionway in-fill to form a large chart table. The L-shaped seating area with storage beneath to port with dining table (this area could easily be adapted to convert to a second double berth) opposite a linear galley equipped with a Spinflo Cara stainless steel 4-burner gas cooker with oven and grill, refrigerator, stainless steel sink and ample storage space. There is a radio/CD player with speakers and a TV in the saloon.
This Aquastar 33 Ocean Ranger has a hot and cold pressurised water system throughout via calorifier with a 240-Volt immersion coil, and a 130-litre water tank Webasto diesel fired heating. Light beige upholstery, beige carpets and complimenting curtains throughout with teak woodwork.
Outside the teak laid aft cockpit has a large aft bench seat with a hinged lid and two further seats to port and starboard all teak laid with removable cushions offering comfortable seating and useful storage space. The large lazarette can comfortably accommodate an inflatable dinghy with storage space for an outboard engine and liferaft, while providing excellent access to all systems.
Located beneath wheelhouse sole are twin Thornycroft T358 naturally aspirated 6-cylinder 210HP each diesel engines which have 1050 hours recorded. PRM402 1.5.1 reduction gearboxes. Fresh water cooled via heat exchangers. Dual single lever Hydraulic wheel steering to twin rudders. Shaft drive to 3-bladed bronze propellers with rope cutters. Trim tabs. It has two fuel tanks that will hold 950-litres in total giving a range of approx 300 nm. She will cruise at 14 Knots and has a maximum speed of approx 19 knots. The engines were last serviced in December 2017.
3 x 24v Batteries arranged in three banks (Engine start, Domestic and Anchor Windlass) all charged via engine alternators, solar panel and 240v battery charger. She is fitted with 240v Shorepower system with ring mains, immersion coil and a smart battery charging system. Full interior lighting. 12v Sockets.