The Ranger 33 is a performance cruiser/racer that handles well under sail. We never raced the boat, but it is certainly exhilarating to sail a fast boat on a windy day. The Ranger 33 has had a long history of racing, and on average has a phrf of 156.
If you are unfamiliar with this amazing boar, this article is a good read on it: https://www.latitude38.com/feature/ranger-33/
This Ranger 33 is in the water on Galveston Bay in Kemah, TX.
It has gone through extensive refitting and upgrades, most of which were done in 2010.
Power: Yanmar 3GM 30hp Diesel – rebuilt 2010
Length: 33 feet
Draft: 5 feet
Beam: 9.58 feet
New lifelines and stanchions
Professional Awlgrip paint job
Standing rigging professionally replaced by Stix-N-Rign
Running professionally replaced
All blocks and tackle replaced
Plexiglass deadlights replaced
Marine air conditioning installed
New fuel tank
Ice box converted to refrigerator/freezer
Plumbing replaced with pex tubing
Hot water heater
Completely rewired with new breaker panel
8 foot inflatable dingy
4 HP Mercury 4 stroke outboard
Uniden ES Marine Radio
Standard Horizon CFP 300 Color GPS
Garmin GPS Map 76 hand held gps
Main and jib. Both are serviceable for cruising, but should be replaced if racing
New teak hand rails (need to be installed)
Off shore life vests
Hoist for lifting outboard motor off of its mount.