A COMFORTABLE VESSEL FOR THE DISCERNING
Maxus 33 designed by Jacek Daszkiewicz is the first construction of the Northman shipyard.
The yacht during its premiere at Boatshow 2007 won the Gold Medal of the fair.
In its first season of sales, the Maxus 33 was very well received by both charter customers and individual shipowners, and tests on the water confirmed its favorable nautical characteristics.
The yacht is available in both ballast and centerboard versions. Various rudder and propulsion system solutions are possible.
In centerboard versions (typically Mazurian), the Maxus 33 is equipped with a rotary deep-sea rudder. The propulsion system is a stationary sinus (shaft line or s-drive), but as an option the shipyard also offers an outboard engine mounted in the sump. In the ballast version (aimed primarily at offshore areas), the preferred solution is a stationary engine and a deep-sea rudder with a steering wheel. For improved harbor maneuvering, the installation of a thruster is recommended.
The spacious interior, with a high standing height, guarantees the preservation of almost hotel-like conditions. The yacht’s deck is distinguished by a spacious cockpit providing space even for a multi-person crew. It has been adapted to accommodate all elements and patents, improving the comfort of use on various bodies of water. Wide half-decks with handrelings on the superstructure allow comfortable and safe communication.