The Marieholm Fortissimo 33 is a Scandinavian built cruiser with an excellent pedigree. We have all heard of the Marieholm 24 and 26 ( the classic" Folkboat", long known for her beautiful lines and stalwart build..........and this is her big sister.
You will not see yourself on the water. Not many of these beauties were imported. She is owned by her original purchasers who ordered her from Sweden. She has been well loved by very detail oriented people, and her history of maintenance and upgrading will be gladly shared.
This is a boat that is designed to be sailed in the North Sea and her construction is tough and built to last. Her decks are cored with Divinycell and are not subject to degradation like wooden cored decks. When you step on board, you feel the solid build under foot. But, even though she is one tough boat, she sails..... and her performance will not disappoint.
Her interior joinery is lovely and several custom additions really add to her comfort and utility. Runo Siren, a well known Swedish boat carpenter here on the Chesapeake was responsible for the beautiful additions and changes to the interior. They are spelled out but, the best way to appreciate them is to look at the photographs.
This is a boat for a sailor. If you love the sea and want a boat to safely take you where you want to go but, would prefer a boat that is simple, easy and safe....in addition to being affordable, she is for you.
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This boat amazingly accommodates two in the forward v-berth, two on each settee and two quarterberths that sleep one adult in the starboard quarterberth and a child in the port quarterberth.
The forward cabin has a filler for the v-berth, storage beneath the bed and banks of storage on either side. Hanging lockers are on either side of the doorway, and the door has been split to fold against the hanging lockers when open.
The main salon has a centerline drop leaf table, an "L" shaped settee to port and a facing settee to starboard. There are good storage areas above and behind the settees and, the settee backs secure up to allow a larger bed when sleeping in the salon.
The table legs of the drop leaf table have been hinged so that the table can be lowered enabling the port berth in the main salon to be set up as a double.
The "L" shaped galley is located on the port side at the base of the companionway. A double bowl stainless steel sink, propane stove with oven and, large icebox with dish storage above complete it.
The electrical panels are mounted on the bulkhead between the ice chest/dish storage area and a hanging locker located aft of this area.
The head is to starboard at the base of the companionway and aft of the head is a large quarterberth, also with additional book shelf and desk.
All in all, it is a very clean and well kept interior with many wonderful custom features.
The galley in Talaria is "L" shaped and efficient.