Boat Reviews By Owners
1988 -- 33' 0" JEANNEAU
Model: Bahamas 33
Cockpit: Cockpit is 5', helm visibility is good. Ideal for two to four for lunch or two for serious fishing.
Cabin: This vessel has a double cabin layout. Both cabins have double beds. Master stateroom has a V-berth bed, hanging locker and vanity with bench and mirror/cabinet.
Second stateroom has double bed, hanging locker and small bench.
Salon has L-shaped setee, covered "galley" area with refrigerator, microwave, sink with H & C pressure water.
Inside helm located here with chart case. Visibility for inside opeation very good.
Construction: Hull is Kevlar. Fittings quite substantial, rails larger than most. Half tower sturdy.
Handling: Vessel is very responsive and cruises comfortably at 22 Knots. Quite seaworthy in 3' or less seas. Only 12,000 pounds, but has a keel.
Engine Room: twin 200 HP Volve Diesels.
General Comments: Just purchased the vessel in November. Planning to take her to Bahamas -- northern parts. She is located in Fort Myers FL. We plan to use her locally for day and 1 week trips and for two month trips to islands.
Email Address: WALK7497@AOL.COM
Date Submitted: 2000-12-18
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