- 1983 Hobie 33 sailboat (monohull)
- Length overall (LOA): 33'
- Length waterline (LWL): 30', 5"
- Draft: 5', 5"
- Beam: 8'
- Mast height: 37', 9"
- Displacement: 4,000 lbs.
- Keel Ballast Weight: 1,900 lbs
- Engine: Nissan 18 Outboard
- Fresh water capacity: 5 gallons
- Sleeping accommodations: 6 adults
- Displacement/length ratio: 63:9
- Beam/length ratio: .24
- SA: 429 sq. ft.
- I = 33.83'
- J = 12.4'
- P = 35.0'
- E = 12.5'
- ISP = 36.25'
- JSP = 13.125'
TackTick Sailing Instruments
The ultimate tactical race compass and wind shift indicator. Its two-tier display shows your heading, how far you're above or below the mean course, and how much you're being headed or lifted. It will enable you to quickly and easily establish the favored end of the start line, and will help you sail the shortest distance to the windward mark.
- TackTick Race Master System T070
- MN 100-2 Dual Display (TK111)
- MN 100-2 Analog Display (TK112)
- Micronet Hull Transmitter (TK121)
- NMEA Wireless Interface (TK112)/Micronet Wind Transmitter (TK120)
- Micronet Transducer ﾖ Speed and Temp (TK911)
- Micronet Transducer - Depth (TK912)
Trailerable, comfortable & built for speed
With clean, elegant lines for style and speed, this boat is both practical (retractable keel bulb, trailer-friendly) and comfortable. The interior sleeps six. Flame was made to be nice boat to own. She's sleek, uncluttered and uncomplicated.
- 2005 custom-built Triad Trailer for Hobie 33
- Manufactured in compliance with guidelines mandated by the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers
- Hull supported by retractable screw jack pads allowing hull work to be performed while your boat is on her trailer. (typically swing keel sailboat hulls’ are supported by hull support bunks, not screw pads
- Hot dip galvanized finish after the trailer chassis is welded
- Eliminator torsion axles and spring sprung axles have Hot dip galvanized axle beams
- Electric drum brakes have an E-Coat finish. Hydraulic drum and vented disc brakes have a Galvx coated finish