Skedaddle33' E Sailing 2008

Fairhope, AL


  • Yacht Details 33' E Sailing 2008
  • Location Fairhope, AL
  • Engines Yanmar
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedMar 12, 2021
  • Asking Price$135,000
  • Cruising Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Max Draft 4' 9''

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  • Beam: 8' 9''
  • Hull Material: Composite
  • Max Draft: 4' 9''
  • Displacement: 6,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 13|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x |
  • Holding: 1 x |
  • Single Berths: 2
  • Double Berths: 1
  • Cabins: 1
  • Heads: 1

Skedaddle Yacht Description

The e33 was born through the collaborative efforts and thoughtful experiences of a sailor, boatbuilder and Naval Architect.  World class sailor Robbie Doyle, Boatbuilder Dirk Kneulman and designer Jeremy Wurmfeld combined their life-long sailing experience to create this fun, simple, high performance daysailer.  With its powerful large mainsail, 105% jib and just the right amount of running rigging, even novice sailors can turn heads on the race course!  The over-sized cockpit provides great comfort for relaxing day sails, while maintaining enough space below to accommodate 2 quarter berths, a v-berth, a head and auxillary Yanmar diesel engine.  This 2008 e33 "SKeDADDLE" is perfect for the salty seasoned sailor or anyone new to the sport.

Construction Details

-  Hull and deck are built using sandwich construction with closed cell foam Corecell core, E-glass laminates and Vinylester resin.  

-  Spade rudder is constructed of E-glass and fitted with Jefa aluminum rudder stock and composite bearings.

-  Custom designed Sitka Spruce and Mahogany wood tiller with extension

-  Hull/topsides and deck finished with White Gelcoat (two-toned Antique white/light grey on non-skid areas) and single boot stripe.

-  Exterior woodwork is natural teak (Toe rail and companionway trim)

-   Cabin sole is constructed of Teak and Holly

-  A bolt-on fixed lead fin keel has deep sump and good access to keel bolts.

-  Cabin sides are fitted with 4 custom molded portlights

-   Rig is a double-spreader tapered high performance carbon fiber mast and includes a carbon fiber boom; awl-gripped white.

-  Cockpit lazarette locker with flush molded hatch

-  Engine panel and throttle control in cockpit

-  Foredeck anchor locker with flush-molded hatch and elongated headstay hole

-  Removable cockpit table with drink holders

-  Cockpit cushions (Sunbrella Toast w/Navy piping)

-  Interior V-berth and quarter berth cushions (Navy)

-  Privacy curtain at Mast

-  Bottom Paint is Seahawk Biocop. TF  anti-fouling

Sails And Deck Hardware Details

-  Doyle Dacron full-batten mainsail with integral reef points

-  Doyle Dacron furling jib with UV protector

-  Doyle StackPack with Lazy Jacks

-  Doyle canvass boom tent

-  0.75 oz Asymmetric spinnaker sail/system with all hardware and (2) Harken B6 Winches

-  Main halyard to cockpit system exits aft face of mast w/Cam cleat

-  Doyle mainsail cover

-  Doyle boom utility bag

-  Running rigging by New England Ropes, and includes Lazy Jacks for mainsail

-  G10 Mast step

-  Sailtec hydraulic Headstay with remote panel in cockpit  & includes custom aluminum foil sections

-  Boom vang lifter by Vang-Master

-  Jib sheet winches; main and jib controlled by macro/micro sheeting system

-  All shivs are by Harken and rope clutches by Spinlock

-  Harken Traveler system

-  Bonded luff track and batt cars for mainsail

-  1 x 19 Continuous standing rigging with Navtec 316 stainless steel fittings and chainplates.

-  Stern Pushpit with lifelines

-  Stainless steel swim ladder

-  Companionway hatch with double slider

-  Stainless bow and stern cleats

-  Fortress FX-11 Anchor w/ 10' 1/4" chain and 150' 3-strand 3/8" nylon rode

Additional Improvements - $30,000

-  Asymmetric spinnaker (2009) "Yellow" in color and lightly used

-  Triad drop-axle custom trailer for e33 (2008)

-  Awlgripped hull/topsides "Bahama Blue" (2015)

-  Installed new Shoal draft keel (4'9" draft) at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding (2015) 

-  Installed Bimini cradle above tiller for deploying bimini and to assist furling sail

-  Magma Propane BBQ grill with stern mount (2015)

-  New mast boot (2015)

-  Hydraulic pump for forestay tensioning (2015)

-  Modified anchor locker hatch headstay hole (2016)

-  New Custom Cockpit table (2016)

-  New self-steering system (Passive system with springs)

-  Installed UV flaps for hydraulic controls, throttle/Yanmar cockpit panel

-  Vang cleat with eye bolts to hold cleat up

-  Added vents to port and stbd backrests

-  Added 4" Solar-powered vent in cabin top hatch (2016)

-  Added backing plates to much of the cockpit-mounted hardware

-  Raymarine A65 Chart Plotter mounted on companionway swing arm

-  Modified bimini legs for break-down and easy storage below

-  Added chocks in anchor locker for Fortress anchor (2015)

-  Added LED Nav lights at bow

-  Telescoping whisker pole

-  TackTick Racemaster compass (2013)

-  Orca 58-quart cooler

-  Life Sling

Electrical System

-  100 amp 12V DC Marine Battery switch with Blue Seas distribution panel

-  (2) Cabin Lights

-  Courtesy lighting for Cabin

-  (1) 12V outlet

-  Electric bilge pump

-  Holding tank overboard discharge pump with Y-valve for shore-side pump-out

-  Hand-held VHF radio

-  Tack Tick Instruments (speed, wind, depth) mounted on swing arm

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