Fin keel one design cruiser/racer designed by David Thomas and built by Marine Projects
for Sigma Yachts in 1989. British SSR Registered, No 21260.
In current ownership since 2005 “Attila” has mainly cruised in recent years, as well as the cruising
sails she has racing sails from around 06/07 so could easily be class racing again.
Wintered ashore each year and serviced by her owners, “Attila” is a clean, tidy example.
White GRP hull epoxied beneath the waterline.
Cast iron external fin keel, keel bolts replaced 2015 by SYH.
Semi balanced spade rudder. Tiller steering with telescopic tiller extension.
Rudder strengthened and new bearings 2010.
Ivory GRP deck and superstructure with moulded non-slip deck surfaces.
Large self draining aft cockpit with sail locker and draining gas locker.
Teak cockpit grating. Removable bridge deck/l’raft storage. Draining anchor locker.
Satin varnished Teak internal joinery - all revarnished 2008.
VOLVO PENTA 2002 18hp two-cylinder diesel engine. Sea water cooling.
Flexible mounts. Electric start. Single lever control in cockpit.
Reversing reduction gearbox with shaft driven two blade folding propeller.
5.5kts cruising, 6.5kts max. Serviced annually by owners.
New exhaust elbow 2018. New Volvo stern gland 2017. Gearbox coupling rebuilt 2005.
Diesel – 90 litres in stainless steel tank – replaced 2005.
Water – 180 litres in 2 x Polytheyne tanks.
12 volt system - 2 x 12 volt 90 Ah batteries for engine & domestics. 55 amp engine driven alternator. Switch panel with circuit breakers. Interior lights. Navigation lights including bow, stern, masthead tri-colour and anchor lights. 12 volt socket.
Deck stepped fractional rig.
Selden silver anodised aluminium single spreader mast, slab reefing boom
Stainless steel wire standing rigging renewed – pre 2005.
Polyester running rigging led aft to cockpit.
Furlex S200 furling headsail system.
Selden sprung kicker. Lewmar genoa tracks with towed cars, centre mainsheet track.
Lewmar winches – 2 x 43 Genoa, 2 x 16 Halyard, 2x 16 Spinnaker, 1 X 8 reef.
Mainsail - Kemp, 2012 +/-
Furling Genoa – Dolphin - 2005
Racing mainsail – Elvstrom – 2006
Racing No 1 Genoa 2007
Class No 2 Genoa
Working and Storm jibs
Various class spinnakers
2 x Plastimo Compasses bulkhead mounted.
Tacktick speed, depth and wind displays – 2006
Tacktick remote controller
Raymarine ST4000+ tiller pilot
Garmin 180 GPS Map
Silva S10 DSC VHF radio - 2006
Seven berths in conventional layout with two cabins.
Patterned cloth upholstery, re-foamed. Laminated cabin floors –replaced 2012
Manual cold freshwater system
Mikuni diesel fired cabin heating with 2 outlets
Sony stereo radio/CD with saloon speakers and Fusion cockpit speakers
Clock & barometer
V berth fwd with infill.
Walk through heads with Jabsco manual sea toilet, wash basin with manual fresh water
pump to port, hanging locker and good stowage opposite.
Saloon with settee berths to port and starboard with lee cloths (port makes up to
double), drop leaf table and pilot berth to starboard.
Galley with cool box. Gimballed gas cooker with two burners, grill
and oven, stainless steel sink with manual fresh water pump and stowage
for crockery, cutlery etc.
Chart table to port with stowage, provision for instruments and switch panel.
Quarter berth aft to port
Aluminium toe rail.
Teak hand rails on coachroof.
S/s pulpit, pushpit, guardwires and alloy stanchions.
S/s bow roller and swim ladder on stern.
2 x CQR anchors with chain & warp stowed in draining anchor locker.
Bow and stern mooring cleats.
Blue mainsail cover.
Blue folding sprayhood.
Blue cockpit dodgers.
Grey tiller cover.
Warps and fenders.
Varnished teak and perspex washboards.
Outboard stowage bracket.
Manual bilge pump.
2 x horseshoe lifebuoys.
Side deck webbing straps.
Since their introduction in 1978, the Sigma 33 OOD has become one of the benchmarks for offshore one design racing and is still a competitive club racer. A practical yacht with a conventional layout below decks, good performance and ideal for club racing but equally at home cruising with the family.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.