Rose Emma

Vessel Name

Rose Emma

Vessel Type

Sailing Yacht

Vessel Price


Short Description

Barbican 33 MkII, 1991   


Classic Maurice Griffiths cruising design.  Good sea keeping performance.  Traditional accommodation in good order.  Only one previous owner from new.




4 berths in 2 cabins. 

Double berth in forecabin with storage shelves and lockers above and below.  2 single berths in saloon.  Forward facing chart table to port. 

Galley area to starboard with gas cooker and oven.  Stainless steel sink with pressurised water. 

Separate heads compartment with sea toilet (new 2011) and wash basin.

Construction & Build

GRP. Long keel with centreboard; aft cockpit.

Sails and spars

Sloop rig. Alloy mast and spares. Whisker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging. Fully battened, slab reefing mainsail. No. 1 jib. Furling genoa; Light weight genoa. Storm jib.

Gear and safety

Many electrical appliances on board. 2 x calor gas containers, 2 camping gas. Spare fuel cans, fuel funnel. Parrafin lamp. Gas cooker and oven. Stainless steel sink with pressurized water. Coolbox. Crockery, various cooking utensils. Binoculars. Various tools. 20lt holding tank. Delta, Sentinel and CQR anchors, chains and warps. Two Rond anchors and grapnel anchor. Various mooring lines and fenders. Red ensign and staff, 2 winch handles. Cockpit awning, sun awning, wind scoop. Sprayhood and dodgers in green. Lead line and anchor strop. Spare tiller with extension. Pressurised cold water shower in cockpit. Spare grey mast sheave. 2 boat hooks. Line threader pole used for mooring bouys. Assorted chart and pilot books for English and French coasts. Safety Equipment: Seago 4 man life raft (serviced 2011) with new cradle. 4 life jackets, 2 safety harnesses. Horshoe lifebuoy. Anchor ball, motorsailing cone. Tricolour and steaming navigation lights on mast. Bow and stern navigation lights, kept inside when not in use. Radar reflector on mast. Bilge pumps 8ft. Avon grey dinghy with pump, repair kit, paddles and spare oars.


Yanmar 2GM 18hp diesel engine (Service history available) Raw water cooled Shaft driven Three blade fixed pitch bronze propeller Single lever morse control Electrics: XM Yachting12V 110ah engine start battery 12V 102ah service battery Charging from engine alternator Digital battery monitor 220V shorepower system 220V plug sockets 12V plug socket Tankage: Fuel capacity 55 litres (12 gallons) Water two stainless steel tanks – New tank 2012


Hand held GPS; steering and hand held compasses; Nasa log and echosounder; Navico VHF radio; Simrad TP22 Tiller pilot; Walker trailing log; 240v shore power.


LOA: 33'; Beam 9' 7"; Draft minimum 4'0", maximum 8'0"; Tons: 7


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 / equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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