2003 33′ Maxum 3300

Vessel Specifications

Propulsion

  • Engine Make: MerCruiser
  • Type: 6.2L H/O RWC I/O
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Hours Port: 228
  • Hours Starboard: 228

Accommodations

Sleeps six

Galley

Virtigo Dual voltage refridgerator

Ice Maker

2 BurnerOrigo Electric/Alcohol Stove

Origo Microwave

Head

VacuFlush Toilet system

Pressure Hot/Cold Water

Navigation & Electronics

Raymarine VHF

Garmin Wide EcoMax GPS

Depth Finder

Fusion Stereo

Nav Lights

Anchor Light

Jabsco Spot Light

Trim Tabs/Power Trim

Wipers

Electrical & Safety

2x30A Receptacles

3 Batteries

Charger

Marine A/C Reverse Heat

Halon

Deck/Hull

Full Enclosure

Radar Arch

Swim Platform/Ladder/Anchor

Windlass

Speed 

Top: 40 Knots

Cruise 22-26 Knotts

Weight & Dimensions

Length…………………………… 35’7″
Beam……………………..……… 11’5″
Draft…………………….…………. 3’6″
Weight……………………… 11,300#
Clearance………………………. 10’6″
Fuel……………………..…..179 gals.
Water…………………….…..36 gals.
Waste…………………….…..30 gals.
Hull Type……………….. Modified-V
Deadrise Aft………………………17°

 

 

 

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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BOAT SPECS

  • Year: 2003
  • Current Price: US $39,900
  • Located in Baltimore, MD
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Gas I/O

DESCRIPTION

A stylish boat with a reverse arch and long, sexy foredeck, the Maxum 3300 SCR (called the 3300 SE in 2003–07) was one of the more affordable family cruisers her size during the early 2000s. Like her sisterships in the Maxum fleet, she’s built on a straightforward modified-V hull with an integral swim platform and bow pulpit. The midcabin interior is arranged with an offset double berth forward, a convertible dinette to starboard and a full galley (with Corian countertops and a hardwood floor) opposite. The head is aft, across from the entryway where it’s easily accessed from the cockpit. There are plenty of storage bins and lockers below, and three overhead hatches and three opening ports provide good cabin ventilation. The cockpit of the 3300 is set up a little different than most with facing settees aft, a centerline transom door, and an aft-facing lounge behind the (triple-wide) helm seat. A cockpit entertainment bar was standard, and a walk-through windshield provides access to the foredeck sun pad. Among several sterndrive engine options, twin 320hp MerCruisers cruise the 3300 SCR in the low-to-mid 20s and reach a top speed of 35+ knots.