Allegro 33 | 1992 Nonsuch 33

Midland, ON, CA


Allegro 33 is a beautiful Nonsuch 33 with a full teak interior. One of the last Hinterhoeller built boats, this one spent a little time in the Chesapeake but has mostly been in the Great Lakes. All the amenities you expect plus swim platform, power winch, full enclosure & updated Sunbrella interior cushions. All the electronics were replaced in 2006. This is the open layout with large quarterberth.


  • Length: 33ft
  • Beam: 12' 5"
  • Year: 1992
  • Displacement: 15350 lbs
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Keel: Fin Keel


  • Length Overall: 33.42 ft
  • Length Waterline: 31.42 ft
  • Displacement: 15350 lb Half Load
  • Ballast Weight Measure: 6050 lb
  • Beam Measure: 12' 5"


  • Total Power: 30
  • Engine Brand: Universal
  • Year Built: 1992
  • Engine Model: M-35
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 2800
  • Engine Power: 30 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (50 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (35 Gallons)


  • Number of heads: 1


This Nonsuch 33 has a beautiful teak interior and a teak and holly cabin sole. The galley is to port as you enter the boat. The dinette forward of the galley, The table can open up to accommodate 6 adults or fold down to make a double berth. To port from aft to forward there is a large quarter berth, the navigation station, a settee and then access to the head and shower. Moving forward you enter the forward cabin with a Pullman berth to port, storage forward and a dresser to starboard. You can enter the head and shower from the forward cabin.

The boat is both bright and well ventilated with the opening ports and deck hatches.

The engine access is under the companionway stairs.

New Interior cushions(2014 New Material and foam)

New Cockpit Cushions (2014)


Force 10 gimballed propane stove, 3 burners, with oven/broiler

removable counter top over stove top

Large icebox with Frigo-boat with an external keel cooler, freezer section

Double stainless steel sinks

Panasonic Microwave

Engine and Machinery

Universal M-35 30 hp diesel engine with 2500 hours

MaxProp2 blade feathering 6×14 – factory rebuilt in 2011

Racor fuel filter with vacuum gauge, custom installed in sail locker

Racor LG100 oil/air separator to prevent fuel overflow through air vent

All engine hoses, including complete exhaust hose, engine mounts, stuffing box and cutless bearing were replaced 2006

Accugauge 3 tank LED monitor

Alternator (135 Amp) was rebuilt 2006

BalMar Max Charge MC-612 advanced voltage regulator 2006

Full instrument panel replaced 2006


30 Amp shore power with 30 Amp & 15 Amp shore power cords

110 Volt service through circuit breaker panel

There are six 120 volt AC outlets, all GFCI protected

Xantrex – Freedom Marine 20, 2000 W at 120 volt AC and charges up to 100 A at 12 V DC when connected to shore power

Seven reading lights, (2 are new brighter LED lights)


ICOM IC-M422 VHF Radio Raymarine C-80 Radar/Chartplotter at helm (2006)

RayStar GPS Receiver (2006)Backup Garmin GPSmap 76 (AA batteries) with 12 volt cordRaymarine Radar Antenna/Receiver on mast (2006), self-leveling replaced (2009) Raymarine ST60+ Depth, Speed, Wind & Close-Hauled instruments on bulkhead (2006)

Autohelm ST 4000 auto pilot (original) Compass Ritchie Globemaster with stainless steel binnacle mount

Fusion – Bluetooth Am/Fm IPod, with remote unit in cockpit and cockpit speakers


Battery 1 Group 31 with 105 Ah (2016)

Battery 2 8D with 225 Ah

Battery 3 105 Ah starting battery

All batteries are AGM

Additional Information

Folding steel cradle, Bruce & Plow anchors, chain & rode. Safety gear. Fenders & Lines.


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Allegro 33 | Nonsuch 33 33ft

CAD$ 105,000

Midland, ON, CA

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