Cheverton 33

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Description

David Cheverton served as an apprentice under the revered designer Uffa Fox at the Medina Yard on the Isle of Wight before starting his own company with two parnters, based at West Medina Mills on the banks of the Medina river. This partnership was responsible for many popular designs ranging from the award winning 23ft sailing sloop ‘Caravel’ through to the 60’ ketch ‘Bondicar’. Along side designing yachts for building in house they also produced designs for other private individuals and yards to build. Yachts were primarily built using kiln dried African Mahogany using a strip planking method.

Designed and built as MICRONETTE, later renamed CRAZY DIAMOND the Cheverton 33 was produced for John Brittan and Desmond Norman, known for their aircraft production company Brittan Norman. Built by R.J. Clarke on the Isle of Wight the design was a modern take on the traditional timber built yachts of the era with her fuller beam carried aft and reverse rake transom. Proving to be a successful design the yacht was a trailist for the 1964 Admirals Cup team.

Re-named CRAZY DIAMOND the Cheverton 33 has benefitted from extensive re-building in the current ownership. With her systems upgraded and modernised as part of the re-fit she has provided the owners with much enjoyment since her relaunch in 2015. Now reluctantly offered for sale she is offered with an inventory which includes:


2013-15 refit, including re-wiring, re-plumbing and installation of all new hardware.

Beta 25 marine diesel engine installed new in 2013

New sterngear installed 2013

Hardwired shore power system

New batteries installed 2021

Wind generator fitted 2021

Matservolt battery charger 2014

Ebersapcher heating system 2015

Fridge fitted 2014

NASA Clipper instrumention 2014

Raymarine Es series plotter


Still being used and enjoyed by her current owner CRAZY DIAMOND is currently cruising around the west coast of Scotland and will be available for viewing in Arisiag or nearby by prior arrangement.


DETAILS OF REBUILD:

Purchased by the current owner in 2013, CRAZY DIAMOND benefitted from an 18 month re-fit by a professional boatbuilder. Works including:


Stripping topside, deck and coachroof back to bare timber

Localised planking repairs completed

Seams raked out and cleaned

Hull dried over prolonged period before Seams filled and faired with epoxy

Hull sheathed with epoxy laminate from toerail to keel

New skin fittings and seacocks throughout

Bronze framed portlights overhauled with new toughened glass

Full re-wire of 12VDC and 240VDC systems, including all hardware

Full re-work of plumbing system, all new pipework and hardware

Installation of all new navigation systems

Rebuilding of Beta Marine diesel engine with short block engine

Following works CRAZY DIAMOND was relaunched in 2015 and has been cruising the waters of Scotland since.


CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:

Mahogany strip planking

Epoxy sheathed

Copper nails and roves

Grown and sawn oak frames

Oak floors

Metal strap floors

Topsides finished in two pack paint finish

Deck & Superstructure Construction:

Oak deck beams and carlings

Laid teak decks

Teak coachroof sides and cockpit

Laminated mahogany beams to form camber of coachroof top

Coachroof top of marine ply

Teak cockpit coamings

Awlwood to finish decks and bright work

Keel & Rudder:

Lead ballast keel

Bronze keel bolts

Transom hung full depth rudder

Bronze shoe on aft end of keel to support


MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Beta 25 installed new 2013.

Engine re-built with short block after re-fit.

25hp @ 3600rpm

3 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled.

TMC reversing marine gearbox

Single lever control

Type B control panel

Maintenance & Performance:

Engine last serviced at 237 hours

Engine running 275 hours @ June 2021

Propulsion & Steering:

Stainless steel prop shaft (2013)

3 blade bronze prop (2013)

Ornate carved tiller with bronze shoe to attach to rudder

Autopilot:

Raymarine 2000+ autopilot (2014)


ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system (2014)

240VDC shore power (2014)

Shore Power:

Hardwired RCD protected system

Single 16 amp connection

Extension lead to connect to power supply

Ring main, battery charger, water heater

Battery Banks:

Domestic Battery – 1x 12VDC 120Ah, gel type. (2021)

Engine Battery - – 1x 12VDC 120Ah, gel type. (2021)

Alternator:

Single engine driven alternator

Multi-vee drive belt

Battery Charger:

Mastervolt (2014)

12VDC – 240VAC

Wind Generator:

Rutland 914i (2021)

Marlec HRDi control unit (2021)

Mounted on stainless steel pole on starboard aft quarter

Solar Panel:

2 panels mounted on coachroof

Battery Monitor:

Marlec HRDi wind generator controller display


PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Fully re-plumbed in 2014

Pressuised hot and cold water system all fitted new during re-fit.

Mixer faucet in galley and heads

Cockpit hot and cold shower

Hot water from engine/240V immersion heated calorifier

Bilge Pumps:

Manual bilge pump (2013)

Electric bilge pump – manual and auto switching (2014)

All pipe work for both pumps new in (2014)

Gas System:

Stainless steel self draining gas locker (2015)

3.9kg Butane bottle


TANKAGE

Fuel:

Single diesel tank

Approximate capacity 72ltrs

Fresh Water:

Twin fresh water tank.

Plastic tank forward

Stainless steel tank under saloon sole

Approximate capacity 180ltrs


NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Depth – NASA Clipper- Not functioning(2015)

Log – NASA Clipper(2015)

Wind – NASA Clipper(2015)

GPS – NASA Clipper repeater – Not connected(2015)

Plotter – Raymarine Es Series hybrid touch with cartography and fishfinder transducer (2015)

Communications Equipment:

DSC VHF – Cobra (2021)


DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Galley Stove – Thetford 2 burner gas cooker, 2 burner and grill, gimbal mounted

Fridge – Pull out draw style fridge, 12VDC.

Stainless steel sink

Heads:

Jabsco Manual sea toilet, fitted new 2019

Pipework replaced 2019

Heating & Ventilation:

Eberspacher diesel fired blown air heating system (2015)

Thermostatic cabin controller

Outlet in saloon and forward cabin

Lighting:

All lighting hardware new in 2015

Overhead lighting through out

Strip lighting under side decks

Reading lights over bunks

All lighting LED

Entertainment:

Sony CD/Radio head unit with speakers in saloon

Flat Screen TV 240VAC


ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Double V-berth forward

Heads compartment with sea toilet

Saloon converting to two single berths

Galley

Quarter berth

Accommodation Finish:

Traditional style wooden yacht interior construction

Furniture units of vanrished hardwood

Hull sides and deck heads painted out in white gloss paint

Formica laminate to finish heads and galley units

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:

Two single berths in traditional V configuration with infill section to create double berth

Access to chain stowage and stem forward

Storage under bunks

Heads:

Self-contained compartment to port, aft of forward cabin.

Inboard facing manual marine toilet aft

Counter top with inset wash hand basin forward

Vanity locker outboard

Locker with hanging space and shelves opposite heads to starboard

Saloon:

Saloon table, double drop leaf with bottle storage forward and drawer aft leaf, slighty offset to port.

Bench settees running along port and starboard sides of saloon.

Storage outboard of settee backs overhead and below settees.

Small counter top forward of starboard settee.

Galley:

L-shaped galley to the starboard side of the companionway

Gimbal mounted galley cooker mounted forward.

Drawer style fridge mounted below cooker

Worktop unit at with worktop outboard and inset sink inboard

Crockery storage outboard of cooker

Lockers above and below worktop unit.

Nav Station / ¼ Berth:

Quarter berth running aft on the port side, large single bunk.

Drop down chart table over forward section of berth.

Chart storage provided within table.


DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Keel stepped, double spreader, masthead cutter rigged sloop

Silver anodised alloy mast and spars

Stainless steel 1x19 stainless steel standing rigging

Harken roller reefing system on forestay for yankee

Plastimo roller reefing system on cutter stay

Block and tackle roller reefing

Mainsheet at aft end of cockpit

Winches:

Primary Winches – Antal W40R, two-speed, self tailing

Secondary Winches – Lewmar tuffnol type, single speed

Sails:

Mainsail – White dacron, fully battened, slab reeing

Yankee – White dacron, roller reefing

Staysail - White dacron, roller reefing

Canvas Work:

Mainsail cover, stackpack type with mast boot

Sprayhood

Cockpit tent with mesh sides

Fitted cockpit cushions with back rest cushions. Goacher Sails 2015

Cover for tiller

Fully fitted winter cover

Anchoring & Mooring:

Bower Anchor – CQR anchor on 45m chain rode

Kedge Anchor – CQR with warp rode

Electric windlass – with wireless remote control

General:

Double roller stainless steel stemhead fitting

Deck mounted stainless steel pushpit and pulpit rails.

Stainless steel, deck mounted, stanchions supporting double tier guardwires

Guardwire gates port and starboard

Bronze fairleads let into toerail forward and aft

Stainless steel samson post mounted on deck forward

Belfast type mooring cleats mounted on deck forward aft.

Anchor windlass mounted on foredeck

Deck chocks for stowage of anchors

Hardwood grabrails running the length of the coachroof aft from mast

4x wooden dorade ventilators with stainless steel cowls fitted on coachroof

Primary winches and secondary winches mounted outboard of cockpit coaming.

Mainsheet secured at aft end of cockpit

Storage lockers beneath cockpit seating

Portable drop down swimming ladder


SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:

Masthead Tri-colour

Masthead anchor light

Steaming light

Low level nav lights

LED deck flood lights

Life saving:

Liferaft – 4 person cannister raft, requires service

Horseshoe buoy


DISCLAIMER

In this case we are acting as brokers only.

The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.

This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Contact The Seller

General Information

Name
CRAZY DIAMOND
Designer
David Cheverton
Year
1963
Lying
United Kingdom

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity (L)
180

Measurements

Length overall (m)
10
Length waterline (m)
7.92
Beam (m)
3.04
Draft (m)
1.49

Engines

Engine
Beta 25 installed new 2013. Engine re-built with short block after re-fit. 25hp @ 3600rpm 3 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled. TMC reversing marine gearbox
Engine Hours
275
Fuel
diesel
Fuel capacity (l)
72

About The Seller

Mark Cameron Yachts

The Braes

Inverneil

PA308ES

United Kingdom

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