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When all you want to do is FLEE!

FLEE is a rare Edel 33 fractional sloop catamaran. It is a unique design from the French team of Maurice Edel and Sylvester Langevin, built in the Edel shipyard in France. Production of this model started in 1985 and ended in 1988, after focus had shifted to the Edel 35. A previous owner (UK, deceased) believed this boat was launched in 1989. Boat is currently registered with the USCG.

This is not a bloated cat with extra-wide hulls, but a fast cat with small windage, a rather shallow draft, and a proportionally wide beam. The central salon roof raises to allow standing height inside (and excellent 360º air flow), but can be closed while sailing to allow for great visibility from the helm without the sloping bubble of a too large roof blocking all the view.

The most unusual feature of this design is the layout with separately accessed accommodations in the hulls and bridge deck salon. These three separate parts are divided by two protected walkways, allowing safe access fore and aft. There is no need to crab walk forward dangerously close to flimsy lifelines or to climb over a sloping cabin top, the walkways are wide, safe, and inboard of each hull. The boat has a shallow draft, so she can get enter some hard to reach spaces and anchor close to shore.

She is lightweight, so when the anchor is set she doesn’t drag. This boat has the capacity to explore every nook and cranny of any island coast..


Additional Details

Current Layout

FLEE has been adapted to work well for a cruising couple.  The port hull features a sail locker (storage) forward accessed by a separate hatch, a central sliding hatch accesses to the head and a double berth aft.  The central salon houses the dining table, seating, navigation station, and the water maker pump inside a cabinet.  The starboard hull consists of a storage locker forward accessed by a separate hatch, a central sliding hatch accesses the galley, built in refrigerator box, and a large pantry area.  Each hull has a storage compartment aft.

Interior Layout : Bridgedeck
  • Salon with U-shaped dinette
  • Stereo speakers in forward bulkhead
  • Salon table can be lowered and mattress insert added to for a large and airy berth
  • Corner cabinets and counter with storage
  • Watermaker pump under counter
  • Corner Navigation Station
  • Pyle PLR381 stereo
Interior Layout : Port Hull
  • Forward spacious sail locker
  • 100 liter fresh water underneath
  • Shelves for tools and spares
  • Head
  • Lavac vacuum toilet, electric
  • Sink with storage underneath
  • Seat with storage underneath
  • Hanging Lockers (2) with shelves
  • Master Cabin double berth
  • Pioneer MVH-295 stereo, bluetooth
  • Large storage below berth
  • Aft storage behind berth
Interior Layout : Starboard
  • Forward spacious storage
  • 100 liter fresh water underneath
  • Shelves for tools and spares
  • Galley with 3 burner Eno stove (2018)
  • Pantry shelves (and hanging locker)
  • Pantry cabinets
  • Frigoboat refrigerator with large plate
  • Guardian temperature controller
  • Refrigeration system new in 2018
  • Aft storage space
Electronics
  • Raymarine ACU-400 Course Computer (2019)
  • Raymarine EV-1 Sensor Core (2019)
  • Raymarine p70 auto pilot control head (2019)
  •  Raymarine Type-2 Linear Drive (powerful) (2018)
  • Raymarine i70 Multifunction Displays (2) (2019)
  • Raymarine ITC-5 Transducer Converter (2019)
  • Chartplotter using iPad (included) w/Navionix
  • Garmin Glo GPS, bluetooth
  • Airmar P-79 in-hull Depth Transducer (2016)
  • Icom IC M45 VHF transceiver in salon
  • Cobra MRHH425 submersible handheld VHF
  • Target HF3 receiver radio (portable antennae)
  • Ritchie compass
Electrical System
  •  600 Watts of Solar (three panels)
  •  (2) EP Tech EXPX125M @ 190 watts
  • (1) SUN-220W @ 220 watts
  • Tri-Star Solar Controller TS-MPPT-45
  • Tri-Star Remote Panel on nav-panel
  • Tri-Star temperature sensor on battery bank
  • SilentWind 400 Wind Generator (420w) (2018)
  • SilentWind hybrid boost charge controller (2018)
  • (6) AGM Batteries, 12v, 552 amp hours total (2020)
  • Kisae SW1220 Inverter 2000w 100 true sine-wave (2017)
  • Kisae inverter remote switch on instrument panel
  • 110 outlets in salon and galley
  • Mastervolt 40 amp Charger, 12/40-3 (2017)
  • Honda EU2000i 110v Generator (2016)
Mechanical Systems
  • Rainman 115VAC/60Hz Watermaker (2016)
  •  Fainman Twin 40” RO membranes, 30 gph (2016)
  • 100 liter flexible water tanks in each forward hull
  • Shur-Flo AquaKing 2, water pumps, 5 gpm (2) (2016)
  • Power Tools, various (sander, grinder, saw, drill)
  • Nissan 18 HP NS18E2 2-stroke outboard auxiliary (2016)
  •  Four blade 10 inch high-thrust prop (3-blade backup)
  •  (2) 6 Gallon petrol tanks, (1) 5 gallon petrol can
  • ZAR 8 ft. dinghy, single aluminum bottom (2018)
  • Tohatsu 5HP M5BB 2-stroke dinghy engine (2018
Hull Paint
  •    Bottom Paint (2019)
  •    SeaHawk Islands 44-Plus
On Deck
  • (2) Lewmar 25 Winch, two-speed, on salon roof
  • Barlow 23 Winch, self-tailing, on mast
  • Large Unmarked Winch on mast
  • Kobra 20kg delta style primary anchor
  • 100 ft 5/16” G4 HT chain on primary
  •    with 100 ft 3-strand 5/8” nylon rode on primary
  •    Mantis 5/16 : 3/8 Swivel on anchor
  • Aluminum Viking Danforth secondary anchor
  •    80 ft octoplait w/chain for secondary anchor
  • (2) 90 ft 5/8” lines for stern tie ashore
  • Quick Genius 800w anchor windlass (2019)
  • (7) fenders
  • (4) dock lines
  • Cockpit seating on sides, plus motor cowling
  • Propane Bottle (10 lb. fiberglass), new hose
  • Force 10 rail mounted BBQ
  • Jerry cans (3) for fresh water
  • Swim ladder on Port transom
Grenada Mooring
  • Permanent Private Mooring
  • Hog Island, Grenada
  • (2) 10 ft. Sand Screws joined by chain
  • Includes Receipt and GPS Coordinates
Sails & Rigging
  • Furling and Headsail sheets ran to cockpit, Mainsail sheet on mast.
  • Topping Lift is on the mast.  Reefing lines are at the mast (boom).
  • 1st Mainsail Reef is currently rigged, 2nd reef feeder line in boom.
  • Main Sail – Doyle Racing Roach Profile (2019)
  •  8.77 Marblehead with Cross Cut Panel Layout
  • 295 Square Feet, 2 Reefs, 4 Full Battens
  • Genoa – 150% headsail
  • Spare Mainsail is a serviceable misfit from a Contest 38
  • Furler – Pro Furler 40
Safety
  • ACR GlobalFix V4 EPIRB Cat 2 406HZ (2017)
  • Flare Kit, Orion Deluxe HP in salon (2017)
  • Flare Kit, Orion (small) in port cabin
  • (3) Kidde Dry Fire Extinguishers, Class 5 - B:C
  • (2) Inflatable PFDs with Integrated Harness
  •    Sigma 150N Manual inflatable PFD
  •    Ypsilon 150N Auto inflatable PFD
  • (2) Sumar 50N PFDs
  • (2) ISAF Safety Tethers
  • MOB life ring
  • (2) Electric Bilge Pumps (2020) with spares
  • 24 inch Manual Bilge Pump
  • (2) Air Horns, one rechargeable
  • 12v Spotlight
  • Security Light for mounting in Cockpit
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.customContactInformation

Chris Rundlett is a USCG licensed captain with over 25 years’ experience sailing from the West Coast, East Coast, around the Med and all through the Caribbean. As a broker since 2013, he has extensive knowledge of systems, rigging and build quality. He is the owner of LTD Sailing School and YouTube channel with video walk-through of various boats.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT3JltBjxjQ4UJo7RTxK56w

Managing Broker

Contact - Chris Rundlett
The Multihull Company

Located in Grenada

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 206-792-9787
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Chris@multihullcompany.com
View Chris Rundlett's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1989

Length

33 ft

Location

Grenada

Price

49,999

Status

Active

Make

Edel

Model

33

Name

Flee

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

Make: Nissan

Model: NS18EZ

Type: Outboard 2 Stroke

Fuel: unleaded

Power: 18|horsepower

Year: 2016

Hours:

Location:



About This Boat

When all you want to do is FLEE!

FLEE is a rare Edel 33 fractional sloop catamaran. It is a unique design from the French team of Maurice Edel and Sylvester Langevin, built in the Edel shipyard in France. Production of this model started in 1985 and ended in 1988, after focus had shifted to the Edel 35. A previous owner (UK, deceased) believed this boat was launched in 1989. Boat is currently registered with the USCG.

This is not a bloated cat with extra-wide hulls, but a fast cat with small windage, a rather shallow draft, and a proportionally wide beam. The central salon roof raises to allow standing height inside (and excellent 360º air flow), but can be closed while sailing to allow for great visibility from the helm without the sloping bubble of a too large roof blocking all the view.

The most unusual feature of this design is the layout with separately accessed accommodations in the hulls and bridge deck salon. These three separate parts are divided by two protected walkways, allowing safe access fore and aft. There is no need to crab walk forward dangerously close to flimsy lifelines or to climb over a sloping cabin top, the walkways are wide, safe, and inboard of each hull. The boat has a shallow draft, so she can get enter some hard to reach spaces and anchor close to shore.

She is lightweight, so when the anchor is set she doesn’t drag. This boat has the capacity to explore every nook and cranny of any island coast..


Additional Details

Current Layout

FLEE has been adapted to work well for a cruising couple.  The port hull features a sail locker (storage) forward accessed by a separate hatch, a central sliding hatch accesses to the head and a double berth aft.  The central salon houses the dining table, seating, navigation station, and the water maker pump inside a cabinet.  The starboard hull consists of a storage locker forward accessed by a separate hatch, a central sliding hatch accesses the galley, built in refrigerator box, and a large pantry area.  Each hull has a storage compartment aft.

Interior Layout : Bridgedeck
  • Salon with U-shaped dinette
  • Stereo speakers in forward bulkhead
  • Salon table can be lowered and mattress insert added to for a large and airy berth
  • Corner cabinets and counter with storage
  • Watermaker pump under counter
  • Corner Navigation Station
  • Pyle PLR381 stereo
Interior Layout : Port Hull
  • Forward spacious sail locker
  • 100 liter fresh water underneath
  • Shelves for tools and spares
  • Head
  • Lavac vacuum toilet, electric
  • Sink with storage underneath
  • Seat with storage underneath
  • Hanging Lockers (2) with shelves
  • Master Cabin double berth
  • Pioneer MVH-295 stereo, bluetooth
  • Large storage below berth
  • Aft storage behind berth
Interior Layout : Starboard
  • Forward spacious storage
  • 100 liter fresh water underneath
  • Shelves for tools and spares
  • Galley with 3 burner Eno stove (2018)
  • Pantry shelves (and hanging locker)
  • Pantry cabinets
  • Frigoboat refrigerator with large plate
  • Guardian temperature controller
  • Refrigeration system new in 2018
  • Aft storage space
Electronics
  • Raymarine ACU-400 Course Computer (2019)
  • Raymarine EV-1 Sensor Core (2019)
  • Raymarine p70 auto pilot control head (2019)
  •  Raymarine Type-2 Linear Drive (powerful) (2018)
  • Raymarine i70 Multifunction Displays (2) (2019)
  • Raymarine ITC-5 Transducer Converter (2019)
  • Chartplotter using iPad (included) w/Navionix
  • Garmin Glo GPS, bluetooth
  • Airmar P-79 in-hull Depth Transducer (2016)
  • Icom IC M45 VHF transceiver in salon
  • Cobra MRHH425 submersible handheld VHF
  • Target HF3 receiver radio (portable antennae)
  • Ritchie compass
Electrical System
  •  600 Watts of Solar (three panels)
  •  (2) EP Tech EXPX125M @ 190 watts
  • (1) SUN-220W @ 220 watts
  • Tri-Star Solar Controller TS-MPPT-45
  • Tri-Star Remote Panel on nav-panel
  • Tri-Star temperature sensor on battery bank
  • SilentWind 400 Wind Generator (420w) (2018)
  • SilentWind hybrid boost charge controller (2018)
  • (6) AGM Batteries, 12v, 552 amp hours total (2020)
  • Kisae SW1220 Inverter 2000w 100 true sine-wave (2017)
  • Kisae inverter remote switch on instrument panel
  • 110 outlets in salon and galley
  • Mastervolt 40 amp Charger, 12/40-3 (2017)
  • Honda EU2000i 110v Generator (2016)
Mechanical Systems
  • Rainman 115VAC/60Hz Watermaker (2016)
  •  Fainman Twin 40” RO membranes, 30 gph (2016)
  • 100 liter flexible water tanks in each forward hull
  • Shur-Flo AquaKing 2, water pumps, 5 gpm (2) (2016)
  • Power Tools, various (sander, grinder, saw, drill)
  • Nissan 18 HP NS18E2 2-stroke outboard auxiliary (2016)
  •  Four blade 10 inch high-thrust prop (3-blade backup)
  •  (2) 6 Gallon petrol tanks, (1) 5 gallon petrol can
  • ZAR 8 ft. dinghy, single aluminum bottom (2018)
  • Tohatsu 5HP M5BB 2-stroke dinghy engine (2018
Hull Paint
  •    Bottom Paint (2019)
  •    SeaHawk Islands 44-Plus
On Deck
  • (2) Lewmar 25 Winch, two-speed, on salon roof
  • Barlow 23 Winch, self-tailing, on mast
  • Large Unmarked Winch on mast
  • Kobra 20kg delta style primary anchor
  • 100 ft 5/16” G4 HT chain on primary
  •    with 100 ft 3-strand 5/8” nylon rode on primary
  •    Mantis 5/16 : 3/8 Swivel on anchor
  • Aluminum Viking Danforth secondary anchor
  •    80 ft octoplait w/chain for secondary anchor
  • (2) 90 ft 5/8” lines for stern tie ashore
  • Quick Genius 800w anchor windlass (2019)
  • (7) fenders
  • (4) dock lines
  • Cockpit seating on sides, plus motor cowling
  • Propane Bottle (10 lb. fiberglass), new hose
  • Force 10 rail mounted BBQ
  • Jerry cans (3) for fresh water
  • Swim ladder on Port transom
Grenada Mooring
  • Permanent Private Mooring
  • Hog Island, Grenada
  • (2) 10 ft. Sand Screws joined by chain
  • Includes Receipt and GPS Coordinates
Sails & Rigging
  • Furling and Headsail sheets ran to cockpit, Mainsail sheet on mast.
  • Topping Lift is on the mast.  Reefing lines are at the mast (boom).
  • 1st Mainsail Reef is currently rigged, 2nd reef feeder line in boom.
  • Main Sail – Doyle Racing Roach Profile (2019)
  •  8.77 Marblehead with Cross Cut Panel Layout
  • 295 Square Feet, 2 Reefs, 4 Full Battens
  • Genoa – 150% headsail
  • Spare Mainsail is a serviceable misfit from a Contest 38
  • Furler – Pro Furler 40
Safety
  • ACR GlobalFix V4 EPIRB Cat 2 406HZ (2017)
  • Flare Kit, Orion Deluxe HP in salon (2017)
  • Flare Kit, Orion (small) in port cabin
  • (3) Kidde Dry Fire Extinguishers, Class 5 - B:C
  • (2) Inflatable PFDs with Integrated Harness
  •    Sigma 150N Manual inflatable PFD
  •    Ypsilon 150N Auto inflatable PFD
  • (2) Sumar 50N PFDs
  • (2) ISAF Safety Tethers
  • MOB life ring
  • (2) Electric Bilge Pumps (2020) with spares
  • 24 inch Manual Bilge Pump
  • (2) Air Horns, one rechargeable
  • 12v Spotlight
  • Security Light for mounting in Cockpit
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.customContactInformation

Chris Rundlett is a USCG licensed captain with over 25 years’ experience sailing from the West Coast, East Coast, around the Med and all through the Caribbean. As a broker since 2013, he has extensive knowledge of systems, rigging and build quality. He is the owner of LTD Sailing School and YouTube channel with video walk-through of various boats.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT3JltBjxjQ4UJo7RTxK56w

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Chris Rundlett
The Multihull Company

Located in Grenada

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 206-792-9787
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Chris@multihullcompany.com
View Chris Rundlett's Profile
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