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|Seller Notes:||“USED BOAT IN GOOD CONDITION WITH NORMAL WEAR FOR ITS AGE. RUNS FINE”|
|Make:||Pro-Line||Engine Type:||Twin Outboard|
|Model:||33 WALK||Engine Make:||Yamaha Engine|
|Type:||WALKAROUND||Engine Model:||300 HDPI|
|Length (feet):||33||Primary Fuel Type:||Gas|
|Beam (feet):||11||For Sale By:||Private Seller|
|Hull Material:||Fiberglass||Fuel Capacity (Gallons):||Over 200|
2004 33 PROLINE WALKAROUND WITH TWIN YAMAHA 300 HP HPDI WITH AC / HEAT AND GENERATOR ALL JUST A FEW YEARS OLD BOAT IS LOCATED IN NJ.
Will trade for large center console as i just bought house on the water and no longer need cabin, generator ac, heat etc..
BOAT HAS APPX 400 HOURS AND WAS BEEN IN MY FAMILY APPX 4 YEARS AND USED AND SERVICED AND SHRINK WRAPED AND DETAILED EVERY YEAR.
BOAT COMES IN GOOD SHAPE WITH NORMAL WARE, DOCK MARKS ETC FOR A BOAT THIS YEAR.
BOAT HAS THE FOLLOWING
AC / HEAT
COLOR GPS MAP APPX 7 INCH
BOAT IS CURRENTLY SHRINK WRAPPED AND WINTERIZED YOU ARE WELCOME TO HAVE IT SURVEYED BEFORE END OF AUCTION. I WILL PAY MARINA OF YOUR CHOICE NOW TO HAVE MOTORS TUNED UP IN SPRING SO YOU KNOW IT WILL BE IN TIP TOP SHAPE. IF YOU WANT TO LOOK AT BOAT OR HAVE MECHANIC CHECK OUT DO BEFORE YOU BID!
$500 DEPOSIT DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS OF AUCTION CLOSE FULL PAYMENT DUE IN 1 WEEK. DO YOUR DILIGENCE IN CHECKING OUT VESSEL ALL SALES ARE FINAL BOAT IS IN NJ!
THIS IS A GREAT BOAT WITH THE FUEL, POWER AND THE WEIGHT TO GET YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO. YAMAHA 300HDPI POWER GETS THIS BOAT GOING. DONT MISS OUT. LISTING LOCALLY SO DONT WAIT. LOOK BEFORE YOU BID JUST EMAIL FOR APPT. I WILL CUT HOLE IN SHRINK WRAP AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT. MECHANICS / SURVEYORS WELCOME!
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Pro-Line 33 Walk: Full Broadside
The fish can run, but they can’t hide.
The yellow-finned submarine on the end of your line is out of control, stripping 20-pound test line off your 16S International with absolutely no regard for your aching biceps. Suddenly, the fish shoots forward and crosses the boat's bow, leaving you to scramble up front before the line touches the anchor rode and the tuna makes good hisescape. To complete this maneuver on most 33' boats, you'd have to hold the rod in one hand, grip a grabrail or outrigger with the other, and mumble a prayer as you try to get from point A to point B without falling into the sea. I'll bet all this takes 20 to 30 seconds, which gives the fish enough leeway to be home free. But Pro-Line's new 33 Walk defies the ordinary with a calf-deep sidedeck ringing the cabin and a sturdy hip-high bowrail around it. You'll be up on the bow in 5 to 10 seconds, and with a bit of luck, 5 to 10 minutes later that tuna will be in the box.
FISHY HEAVEN. Of course, the 33 Walk offers plenty of other angling accessories, too. The one that impressed me most during a full day of offshore fishing was the newly designed tackle station, which is mounted behind the helm. The top is a Starboard plastic cutting board, with an inset sink, fiddle rails, and open corner drains. I could hack up a flat of butterfish in minutes with this station. The front of the unit houses four tackleboxes, and a compartment in the side holds a knife/pliers/rig holder, a downrigger ball holder, and an icebox. Add $1,607 to the boat's price tag to get the Convenience Package, which includes a microwave and coffeemaker (though the coffeemaker needs a different mount-it fell out of the cabinet during our test) and an icebox that turns into an icemaker. How could you improve such a comprehensive tackle station? Put a grabrail around it. Oh, wait a sec, Pro-Line already did.
The Highs: Getting to the bow with a rod in your hand is a piece of cake. All-inclusive tackle station has an all-around grabrail. Dinette table hinges could support a small ox. Slick under-gunwale stowage compartment holds an extra-long washdown hose.
The Lows: Watch out for low-flying coffeemakers. Rocket launcher pins are tough to lock a gimbaled rod butt into. The mirrored head door would have a longer life span if it were fiberglass or wood.
Okay, so you've chunked your bait, landed the tuna, and stowed it in one of the insulated, macerated fishboxes in the cockpit sole. It's time to head for the inlet, but first you need to sluice away the fish blood splattered across the deck. Open the hatch in the starboard inwale, and you'll find a self-coiling washdown hose with its own stowage rack. Want to rinse the anchor while you're at it? I walked all the way up the bow pulpit with the hose nozzle in my hand and discovered that unlike most washdowns, this one will reach every square inch of the boat.
Now that the boat's cleaned off, you need to stow your rigs for the run home. Sure, there are two under-gunwale rodholders behind the port inwale stowage hatch, plus the four gunwale-mounted rodholders and five rocket launchers. But I say put your big guns in the hardtop's integrated rodbox over the passenger lounge. It keeps four rigs in place, with a hatch that closes and locks over the reels. One gripe: The rocket launchers have gimbal pins that are welded in place. Welding beads on either side of the pin make it tough to get a gimbaled butt locked in place.
Back on the transom, the hatch over a freshwater sink with a pull-out hot/cold shower nozzle opens on a gas-assisted strut. Under the transom bench seat there's a 40-gallon circular, lighted livewell. Unlike most livewells, this one doesn't splash or even drip while underway; we cruised offshore with three dozen live baits and the pump flowing constantly-the deck stayed dry.
SASHIMI, ANYONE? So you've got your fish, the boat's clean, and you're back in the slip. Surely, you're not going to go home now, when you have this cabin to play in. Because it's a walkaround, the 33 Walk does have less available cabin space than an express boat. But when you go belowdecks you don't notice the loss of space. Part of the spacious feel is due to the mirrored head door, which makes the cabin look larger. But I don't like mirrors because their surfaces can crack when a boat takes a pounding or if someone falls into it. Swap it out for fiberglass or even teak, to match the teak-and-holly sole and teak-trimmed interior (a $4,286 upgrade) on our test boat.
The 33 Walk has a midcabin berth under the helm, a tactic used by Grady-White on its 33 Express ($210,125 with twin 250-hp outboards). But the Grady-White's main cabin seemed larger than the Pro-Line's, no surprise considering that the Grady-White has flush sidedecks. However, I felt the Pro-Line's deep, recessed walkaround was easier to navigate with a rod in hand. There's a big price gap between these boats, but the Grady-White has more standard features, including a hardtop, a genset, air conditioning, teak interior, an entertainment center, and galley appliances. These items alone would add about $30,000 to the Pro-Line's list price.
The 33 Walk's dinette folds into a second guest berth, bringing sleeping capacity up to six when you include the V-berth. Hold on, though, take a closer look at that dinette, especially the table's huge stainless-steel support braces. These hold it upright yet fold down with ease. Who manufactures these table supports? Bending every hinge they tested, Pro-Line's engineers had to search to find folding supports that met their standards. They found just what they needed in Perko's Lock-tite seat back brackets. Stick your head under the table and give 'em a good eye-balling. Yeah, I bet you could dance on that dinette table without damaging the hinges.
WALK THE WALK. Like all other Pro-Lines, the 33 Walk is built with preformed, foam-filled stringers. All exterior vinyl is 32 ounces and UV protected. On many other boats, seat covers and the like are made with thinner 26- or 28-ounce vinyl. But the best construction detail is evident every time you lift a hatch on the 33 Walk. Yes, they're supported by gas-assisted struts. And, of course, they're through-bolted. What you don't expect to see is that the through-bolts and locking nuts are countersunk into the hatch, so both the interior and exterior surfaces are snag-free.
The boat's solid construction shines through when you start running for blue water at 40-plus mph. The lazy two-foot rollers present on test day didn't make much of a challenge for this boat, and I was tying rigs for the entire ride with no problem. At one point we spotted two promising weedlines. To get a better view, I scrambled up the pipework and took up an elevated position on the hardtop. Since I was up there, I decided to check out the hardtop's sturdiness factor. I stomped and I jumped, but the top remained steady. Just like you will, when you use that walkaround to follow a fish 360 degrees around the boat.
LAST WORD. The largest outboard boat with a calf-deep sidedeck.
Displacement (lbs., approx.; w/o engines)......12,000
Minimum cockpit depth...........2'2"
Max. cabin headroom.....6'4"
Fuel capacity (gal.).........285
Water capacity (gal.).........28
Price (w/standard power).....$138,799
Price (w/test power).....$144,643
Pro-Line 33 Walk
This big walkaround combines family comfort with solid fishing features.
Pro-Line 33 Walk
The 33 Walk from Pro-Line is the largest outboard-powered boat the company has ever produced. It's been designed top to bottom as a step up for confirmed Pro-Line fanatics - of which there are many - and for them, or anyone looking for a big, comfortable and safe boat that combines family-focused amenities with serious fishability, this model bears some scrutiny.
The twin themes of family and fishing drive the layout. This is evident in the deep walkaround area with handrail forward and the 26-inch deep cockpit, both of which provide a sense of security.
The 33 Walk is a completely new boat, not a new cap on an existing hull design. Construction is all glass. The 33 is built using Pro-Line's Fiberglass Integrated Structural Technology (FIST), which features a fiberglass stringer system, high-density foam coring throughout and bi- and tri-axial hand-laid roving. All hardware is Gemlux stainless, and everything is through-bolted and clinched with aircraft lock nuts. Pop-up cleats are used throughout.
Weighing in at around six tons, this is not a hull that takes any guff from rough conditions, as we discovered on our test day off the Florida Keys. A nasty inshore chop set the stage, and though the conditions were less than ideal for a day on the water, the comfort and ride of the 33 were not an issue. A hull this large and seaworthy is usually described as solid, stable and secure, but in this case, nimble also applies. Despite its size, the hull rises on plane smoothly and easily. The twin Mercury 225 EFIs provided fast response and plenty of push, even in a hard turn. Mercury's SmartCraft system offers precise control over trolling speed. It also allows you to make minute adjustments in speed during turns or in varying sea conditions.
In the port corner of the cockpit is a sink with both hot and cold water, covered by a flat lid that raises on a gas-ram lift. A padded bench seat between the transom door in the starboard corner and the sink area conceals a 28-gallon live well beneath a hinged lid. With standpipe overflow, the well is sealed around the lid to prevent sloshing while underway. Beneath the sink is a battery-access hatch, which is thoughtfully hinged at the top. When it's open, you can kneel on the deck to reach the batteries without having to work over the lid.
Fishboxes, one on each side in the deck, drain into macerator pumps and overboard, not into the bilge. Under the gunwales to port is covered, locking rod storage. To starboard is the same locking cover over electrical controls, shore power and battery switches. Under the cockpit sole, in a compartment all its own, is a 3kW generator. Helm and generator circuits are completely isolated for backup and safety.
The forward, starboard corner of the cockpit, aft of the helm station, holds some of the most useful real estate on the boat from an angler's point of view. Here you'll find a bait-prep area that features a cutting board with a lipped edge to keep everything on top, even in the roughest conditions. A hand sink in the corner makes for easy cleanup. Facing inside at the bottom of the unit is an icemaker, flanked by a little storage hutch with a holder for a downrigger ball, room for other odd-shaped tackle, and a knife-and-pliers rack on the back of the door. Facing the cockpit is a tackle-storage locker with room for four flat tackle trays.
At the helm, everything is clean and accessible. The wiring and other internal components are easy to get to, and it's fair to assume that this is a result of Pro-Line's five-year limited warranty, which pretty much requires the company to handle all repairs and problems. It simply makes sense to design a boat with systems that can be worked on with a minimum of time and trouble.
Belowdecks, the vee-berth that conceals the air conditioner and a mid-cabin bunk is surprisingly comfortable. The table, to starboard, is built with seat brackets for extra strength, and drops down to make another bed. Optionally, a full galley can fit alongside the port bulkhead. The head compartment is all molded and drains overboard, with six feet of shower headroom and an air-conditioning and heat vent inside. Through and through, this a setup for long weekends with family and friends, or long runs offshore for serious fishing - and just about everything in between.
THIS IS A GREAT BOAT WITH THE FUEL, POWER AND THE WEIGHT TO GET YOU WHERE YOU WANT TO GO. YAMAHA 300HDPI POWER GETS THIS BOAT GOING. DONT MISS OUT. LISTING LOCALLY SO DONT WAIT. LOOK BEFORE YOU BID JUST EMAIL FOR APPT. I WILL CUT HOLE IN SHRINK WRAP AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT.
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