Bukh 20hp. Fast, seaworthy classic family cruiser. Purchased by the first (and only) owner as a demonstration vessel at the Hiswa in 1979.
Basic data of the Kalik 33
- Seller:Private seller
- Motorization:Bukh 20hp
- Category:Sailing Yacht
- Year of construction:2021
- Material:GRP (Polyester)
- Experience: A day of boating fun, Family holidays, Weekendcruiser, weekends aboard
- Length:32.74 feet
- Width:10.89 feet
- Draught:6 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Headroom inside:180 cm
- Beds:3fixed, 2 additional
- Country: Netherlands
- Price:£ 17.698 (€ 19.900)
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
Purchased by the first (and only) owner as a demonstration ship at the Hiswa in 1979 and equipped with a 20hp Bukh diesel engine, a Proctor mast, Enkes winches and (at the time) a beautiful North Sails sail wardrobe (mainsail, genoa 1, high-aspect jib and spinnakers).
In the 80's she sailed a considerable trophy cabinet and made vacation trips to the English and French coasts with this family ship.
At the moment the boat is berthed in the shed and can be viewed by appointment in Zierikzee.
The Kalik 33 was designed in 1977 by Jacques de Ridder, who created a furore with seaworthy and high-quality designs for Etap, Friendship and Contest, among others.
A beautiful classic round bilge, sloop-rigged boat and very seaworthy, which was initially designed as the famous IOR three-quarter tonner.
The vessel excels in sailing characteristics and the interior space is decent for a vessel of that age. The vessels were built at the Dutch Lewin shipyard until the 1980s.
Displacement 5.000kg of which ballast 2.450kg.
Mainsail approx 20m2
Genoa (1) approx 42m2
High-aspect jib approx 29m2
From the brochure of the time:
Layout: 6 beds and a pilot berth, U-shaped sofa, spacious galley with oven and refrigerator, water pressure system, sinks also in the separate toilet room, underwater toilet, comfortable chart table, lots of storage space throughout the ship.
Hull and deck - The polyester work is processed according to the hand layup method. Hull and deck are reinforced with a Belco Balsa sandwich, an expensive but very proven method. The ballast is bolted to the hull and laminated over. The rudder is polyester, with a 2" stainless steel rudder stock. Helm steering is standard. Well chosen Burma teak is laid on deck and cabin roof as well as on the seats in the cockpit. The cockpit has a teak floor grate.
Navigation Corner - Here is now a chart table with space for the demanding navigator. Instruments can be conveniently mounted and navigation can be done extremely accurately when seated in the spacious, specially chosen seat. From here one can also very easily reach the instrument panel.
Galley - The discerning eye of the woman is reflected in the layout of the galley. The tiled countertop with double sinks and water pressure system, a dust pan in the floor and built-in trash can, an ice chest, a three-burner cooker with oven and security bar. A truly complete galley. Storage problems are unknown in the galley of the Kalik 33.
Salon - You will be surprised what you can do with so much space and in such a beautifully finished environment. Your guests will certainly appreciate the comfort. You have everything within easy reach e.g. the bar cabinet or the spacious bookshelf. If you like music, use the built-in stereo radio/cassette recorder. The entire salon is a reflection of a distinctively professionally built boat.
Toilet - The toilet area is a truly unmissable part of your boat. Kalik offers you that space so often given so little attention, and even more. A sink with pressurized water, a hanging locker, a shelf, several small cabinets, a mirror and of course a very good, hygienic underwater toilet. A door to the front and a sliding door to the salon ensure your privacy.
Forecabin - And now a forecabin where you can sleep well, plenty of space, with cabinets above, cabinets below and lights above each berth, a filler for making a double berth, and a large hatch for ventilation.
- Draught: 185 cm
- Headroom: 180 cm
- Berths: fixed: 3 Extra: 2