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Allied Luder's 33 owners?

I bought a 1966 Luder's 33' in december last year. My intentions are like many who want to live the cruising life... to upgrade the boat until the time is right to go for an extended cruise.
I would love to see some picutes or hear descriptions of what other owners have done with their luder's 33. any owners here?
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Welcome to Sailnet 66Luders... Might want to contact the Allied Luders owners association, which I believe is located here.

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Thank you saildog. I have been reading and searcing various stuff on sailnet forums and see that you are a top contributor to many discussions. thank you for the welcome.
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Yes, another 1966 Luders 33 here. Paper Moon sailing out of Mystic CT. We bought the boat 3 years ago and I am slowly reversing 10 years of neglect and 40 years of use. There is still a lot to be done but she is a lot better than when I sailed her down from Maine.

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Glad to help... wish i could tell you more, but have no direct experience with the Allied Luders 33.

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There's a really beautiful one on yachtworld right now for $24K, with every major system upgraded and a fresh coat of paint. Damn, that's a pretty boat.

I'm just a sucker for the old-style sheer and overhang look. Sure they're slow as hell and usually need a hurricane to get moving, but damn they're gorgeous.
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They are indeed beautiful. I like to hear about people are buying the classics and taking care of them. Maybe I'm getting old and crotchety, but I just can't see a lot to admire in most of the boats that are being built these days.
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Lazyguy, Do you have pictures of your boat you can share? What kind of changes have you made?
I believe that my boat, Manukea, has been through lots of changes but it is hard for me to know because I haven't learned what was original. I know that my cockpit was shortend and a traveler was installed in front of the cabin entrance. I had to take my edson pedistal out for welding and retapping and found that the pulley bracket under the cockpit floor was embossed with luders 33'... so the wheel must be original.

Dove II is actually parked right across from my slip in Koolina marina...
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The wheel might not be original... since it could have been a replacement for the gear that was originally there. It means that the sheave bracket was part of the original equipment and provided by the factory.

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Here's a site dedicated to the Luders 33:

Luders 33 Home
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