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Nordic Star 33 Runabout

The people interested in this Norwegian-influenced model will fit a few character traist: They never find excuses for keeping the boat dry on weekends, have an appreciation for 1930s styling, know what it takes to maintain that classic look and, oh yes, can afford about $250,000.

March 28, 2008
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The people interested in this Norwegian-influenced model will fit a few character traits: They never find excuses for keeping the boat dry on weekends, have an appreciation for 1930s styling, know what it takes to maintain that classic look and, oh yes, can afford about $250,000.

We think serious boaters with at least medium-depth pockets would find the 33 Runabout an ideal day cruiser for rivers, Puget Sound or East Coast harbor hopping. It’s designed to reach modest speeds of 30 to 35mph, so deliberate cruising is its trademark, with a deep-cleaving entry at the bow to handles seas. Teak is laid inside and out, which is something seasoned boaters will appreciate.

Vital Stats

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  • Length Overall: 33’9″
  • Beam: 9’6″
  • Fuel Capacity: 68 gal.
  • Water Capacity: 23 gal.
  • Maximum HP: 315
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