ALLEGRO is a wonderful Nonsuch 33 sailing vessel with a shoal draft, an easy sail plan, great accommodations, and is in very good condition. She is ready to board and sail away to enjoy the remainder of the 2013 sailing year. Make your plans now to see this new listing before you purchase your next yacht. You will be glad that your did.
ALLEGRO has wonderful accommodations inside and out. You will notice the very large cockpit as you walk up to her from the dock. The wide side decks make it safe and easy to move about. Once inside you get the feeling of being in a much larger boat. The waterline in this 33 coupled with the 12' 5" beam gave the designer a lot of cubic feet to work with and so you have living space.
Starting forward, the master cabin has a large double berth to port with storage space throughout. You have drawers, lockers, cabinets to store your gear. Headroom is also good throughout ALLEGRO.
The head and shower can be entered from this cabin or from the salon. Groco electric head, valves & seals rebuilt 2012. LED light array over vanity sink, and overhead light in shower. Shower: separate with teak grate over sump, curtain separation from head, hand-held shower, teak bench in shower. Note: Sump pump can also drain refrigerator.
Macerator pump to empty holding tank (2009)
SaniGard – holding tank vent filter.
Culligan Water Filter US550 covers all systems (replacement Culligan D-10)
The large salon is next aft with C-shaped dinette to port and a settee to starboard. These can be converted into sleeping berths when required. Dinette converts to a double, quarterberth to a double, and the stbd. settee to a child single. Light and ventilation is provided via a number of hatches and opening ports throughout.
The U-shaped Galley is located in the aft portion of the salon on the port side across from the navigation station and quarterberth. Force 10 gimbaled propane, burners (3), with oven/broiler, removable counter top. Refrigeration: Frigoboat with an external keel cooler; easily keeps huge refrigerator cool with low electrical demand. Freezer compartment can make ice cubes. Double stainless steel sinks. Wash-down raw water from separate spigot at deep sink. Foot pump (disconnected) for silent fresh water at sink
Platinum Cat propane cabin heater, with thermostat (professionally serviced and reinstalled with new Charley Noble 2012)
Wolter 300 on demand propane water heater (professionally serviced and reinstalled with Charley Noble - re-bedded 2012)
Fireboy-Xintex CO monitor
Hella Turbo adjustable fans, (2 in main cabin, 1 in forward cabin).
Seven reading lights, (2 are new brighter LED lights).
Storage capacity aboard ALLEGRO is enormous. Eight drawers in the forward cabin, six in main cabin, and three in galley. Three closed cabinets in the forward cabin, three in the head/shower, five in the main cabin plus 5 behind seat cushion backs, and three in the galley.
The dinette has a huge, sturdy table that seats four and opens to seat six. It has an integral wine storage for 8 wine bottles. There is a liquor cabinet behind dining area, bottle & glassware storage.
SONY Marine AM/FM receiver and iPod player (DSX-MS60), with paired speakers in main and forward cabins.
Weems & Plath Time & Tide clock, Schatz barometer, hygrometer/thermometer.
ALLEGRO has 30 Amp shore power with 30 Amp & 15 Amp shore power cords. 110 Volt service through circuit breaker panel. Ship's power is 12 Volt.
Raymarine C-80 Radar/Chartplotter at helm (2006).
RayStar GPS Receiver (2006)
Backup Garmin GPSmap 76 (AA batteries) with 12 volt cord.
Raymarine Radar Antenna/Receiver on mast (2006), self-leveling replaced (2009).
Autohelm ST50 gray scale chartplotter at nav station (original) with C-Map cartridges for Chesapeake Bay and southern New England shore.
Autohelm ST 4000 auto pilot (original)
Compass – Ritchie Globemaster with stainless steel binnacle mount SP-5C (serviced 2006).
Navigation Lights (2006 replaced, mast rewired):
Red/green mounted on mast.
Steaming light on mast (integral deck light)
Rear light on stern.
Masthead anchor light (LED) and hanging 6V backup anchor light.
Nav Station: large chart table with storage under.
Deck & Hull
ALLEGRO has a White hull with red/blue boot top and water line. She has a substantial rub rail of synthetic rubber with a stainless steel strake. The hull and decks are in excellent condition as is the exterior teak.
The cockpit is very large and comfortable. The lines are all led aft to the cockpit for easy safe sailing. The cockpit is protected by a dodger and bimini. The cockpit sole has a teak grate which was re-glued (polyurethane) with bronze pins 2013. The side decks are wide making it easy to move around while at anchor or under sail. There is a neat custom teak bow seat all the way forward, a fun place to sit while underway. The exterior teak trim is oversized which makes refinishing easier, especially the eyebrow molding, and it looks great.
Maxwell 1100 anchor windlass/capstan
35 lb CQR with 175’ chain
22 lb Bruce with 20’ chain and 200’ nylon rode
Boarding ladder - integrated with stern pulpit.
Lifelines - completely replaced in 1x19 stainless (2012)
Dinghy Tow - mounted on stern, accepts existing 1997 9’3” Avon inflatable (good condition, stored indoors (exposed to UV about 6months), never deflated) with 2007 Honda 2hp four stroke in place on dinghy.
Wash down pump, bow and stern, can be switched to fresh water.
Dorades: teak with chrome/white cowls.
Deck hatches in main cabin (w/solar exhaust fan), and forward cabin.
Deck hatches over galley, chart table, and in head.
Opening ports, 5 in main cabin, 1 each in head and forward cabin.
All fittings on the cabin top have been re-bedded, most recently the hatches and grab rails (2012).
Cruising dock lines – complete set, including long spring lines.
Large fenders with fabric covers (3)
Fender boards (2)
Small fenders for use with fender boards (4)
Four standard life jackets (compliant).
USCG Compliant: hand held and 12 ga. Flares, plus out-of date flares.
Platimo rescue sling with MOB multi-part tackle.
Mustang inflatable life jacket with harness and tether, re-arming kit.
Kidde XJ-315109 (1): 3A, 40BC 3.65 kg, at nav station.
Two throwable PFDs.
Carbon monoxide detector in main cabin.
Propane Detector with sensors in the engine room and bilge.
Backup (hanging) 6V battery powered anchor light.
Boat hooks (2)
Bottom paint is CSC Micron Plus.
Boat has always been hauled and covered each winter. The aluminum frame is made for Canadian winters. Although the old cover is deteriorated it is usable as a pattern.
Sails & Rigging
Sail - By Doyle-Annapolis with two full battens (2009)
Strong Track – installed 2009
StackPack - By Doyle (2009)
Lines - most control lines replaced except main sheet since 2006.
All control lines are led aft to cockpit.
Heavy, separate, stainless structure at base of mast for turning blocks.
Hanger cables (wishbone boom) and topping lift replaced in 1x19 stainless (2006)
Halyards – main and backup halyard.
Masthead sheaves - replaced 2009.
Maxwell 800-electric halyard winch
Barient V 22-39 - 2 speed manual halyard winch with line stopper.
Barient Model 17 - manual reefing/choker/topping lift winches (2) with line stoppers
Barient 24-45 - 2 speed manual sheet winch
Sail (backup) Hood (good quality) with luff slides (fits stainless steel track under Strong Track).
ALLEGRO has an Universal M-35 – 30 hp diesel engine with 1900 hours. It powers a 16x14 MaxProp that was factory rebuilt in 2010. The helmsmen can easily see the Racor fuel filter with vacuum gauge, custom installed in sail locker. There is a Racor LG100 oil/air separator to prevent fuel overflow through air vent.
All engine hoses, including complete exhaust hose, engine mounts, stuffing box and cutless bearing were replaced 2006.
Accugauge 3 tank LED monitor.
Alternator (135 Amp) was rebuilt 2006.
BalMar Max Charge MC-612 advanced voltage regulator 2006.
Exhaust port on Starboard stern quarter eliminates mustache on stern.
Full instrument panel – completely replaced 2006.
Remote oil changer (not installed)
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.