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Okay Okay Okay. Just thought others might be interested. There are still quite a few Yamaha 33s that come up for sail and by googling Yamaha 33 one gets to your site, and this old posting. Just thought I'd add my 2 cents and get a dialogue going - which I did. So that's it. Ciao 4 now.
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Re: Yamaha 33 as offshore cruiser?

I like reading these old posts. It is 2012 and today when I am wondering about the Yamaha 33 this Googles up... see, the stuff we write is more important than we think though the OPs are likely far over the horizon. cheers
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I like reading these old posts. It is 2012 and today when I am wondering about the Yamaha 33 this Googles up... see, the stuff we write is more important than we think though the OPs are likely far over the horizon. cheers
Well, look up 'fellowshi'p [as previously mentioned about 5 years ago]. I knew the 'next' owners who kept her like new. Currently she is sitting opposite our boat in the marina.
A yamaha 33 is a fast, safe, tough boat. Go for it mate.
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Re: Yamaha 33 as offshore cruiser?

I stumbled across this thread as I was learning about the Yamaha 33. Although the thread is old, the info is still new to me.

Thanks for leaving it open and accessible.
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Old threads are a good source of info. I just purchased a Y33 today. I trolled through many old threads on varius forums to help make an informed decision on a boat purchase.
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Re: Yamaha 33 as offshore cruiser?

Had a friend that took his Yamaha 33 from Seattle down to the Chilian Channels to Ushuia and then sailed to Australia.
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