Contender – 33

Florida, United States
$225,000

 (This is a preliminary listing more to come)33 T Contender 2010 model with triple 2019 300 Suzukis with only 735 hours. New Fiberglass Hard top with full enclosure and full electronics in 2022.Very clean boat, Call  Clark for more information?

Basic Boat Info

Make
Contender
Year
2010
Condition
Used
Category
Power
Construction
Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID
JDJ33247C010
Has Hull ID
Yes

Engines / Speed

Engines
1
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make : Suzuki
  • Model : DF300
  • Fuel : Unleaded
  • Type : Outboard 4 Stroke

Tanks

Fuel Tanks
2
Fuel Tank Capacity
400 gal

Other

Boat Class
Center Consoles, Saltwater Fishing, Sports Fishing Boats

Additional Info

Manufacturer Description
One of the things Contender does very well is keeping their boats simple, and it uses a similar layout in each model. The 33 ST has all the great Contender features, starting in the bow, which has a pop-up nav light, a molded anchor-hatch locker and a proper keeper so the anchor doesn?t bang around at sea. The standard recessed handrail forward and the full-wraparound combing cushions are great features on any fishing center console. The forward deck is all business as well, utilizing as much space as possible underdeck for an insulated 208-gallon fish box centerline, then another 115-gallon insulated box just aft of that and forward of the console. Outboard of the aft box are long storage boxes that can be used as in-deck rod lockers for storage or for rods up to 8 feet long.

The newly updated console is larger and wider, with an integrated console seat, vertical rod holders along each side, and a finished interior that hides all wiring yet allows easy access to the dash, the back of the electronics and all battery switches. It is an easy to clean, finished look that is nicely done, and there?s an optional head in the walk-in space.

Contender 33 ST
Contender 33 ST Courtesy
The helm is properly center-mounted, as it should be on a serious center console fish boat, and is on a helm pod, offering more legroom underneath so your knees don?t take a beating when you are on the leaning post. All gauges are easily monitored, and switches are ergonomically positioned for the operator to access all functions. An oversized electronics dash makes it possible to use the larger multifunction machines currently available. Contender offers a great T-top option, as well as two leaning post options that fill the bill for serious or occasional fishing.
The cockpit is all fishing with two 85-gallon insulted fish boxes in-deck and a 58-gallon livewell on the centerline forward of the large lazarette, which provides access to all pumps and plumbing. On the transom are two 40-gallon, signature Contender oval livewells. With both transom and in-deck wells, you get the best of both worlds: easy access during the day with the above-deck in the transom and an easy dump for a cast net with the in-deck. The wells are fed by a series of pumps in a continually pressurized sump that reduces air lock and maintains consistent flow to the bait. A transom door to starboard rounds out the fully functional fishing cockpit.

Contender has built a solid reputation on the fishability of its boats and has continued to stay true to building fish boats when other companies have veered off course, trying to be all things to all people, a sure recipe for confusion, loss of focus and, ultimately, failure. The new 33 ST is a venture into a new world of hull design for Contender, and the company has delivered a good-riding, solid-performing boat that should be on your short list.

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