Coaster 33 hill
3 / 6 - score 52%
The Coaster 33 hill is a 32.74ft masthead ketch designed by Alan F. Hill and built in fiberglass by Robert Ives between 1972 and 1988.
47 units have been built.
It accomodates 6 people in 2 cabins plus salon.
The Coaster 33 hill is a heavy sailboat which is under powered. It is stable / stiff and has an excellent righting capability if capsized. It is best suited as a heavy bluewater cruising boat. The fuel capacity is average. There is a short water supply range.
This boat has an average score but ranks in the top half. It might be a good tradeoff.
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|Model||Coaster 33 hill|
|Length||32.74 ft (91%)||the closest to 33.01 ft|
|Beam||10.17 ft (100%)||the closest to 10.17 ft|
|Country||United Kingdom (Europe)|
|Estimated price||$ 61000|
|Sail area / displ.||10.94 (33%)||the closest to 11.56|
|Ballast / displ.||35.06 %|
|Displ. / length||345.29|
|Comfort ratio||42.35 (36%)||the closest to 44.22|
|Hull type||Monohull long keel|
|Waterline length||28.51 ft (0%)||the closest to 26.25 ft|
|Maximum draft||4 ft|
|Hull speed||7.15 knots|
|Sail area (100%)||468.23 sq.ft|
|Air draft||0 ft||??|
|Sail area fore||176.96 sq.ft|
|Sail area main||220.23 sq.ft|
|Total power||31 HP|
|Fuel capacity||75 gals|
|Water capacity||80 gals|
|Nb of cabins||2|
|Nb of berths||6|
|Designer||Alan F. Hill|