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In her day, the Blackfin 33 Combi was one of the standout midsize express boats in her classa serious fishing machine for serious anglers. She was built on a solid fiberglass hull with low freeboard and a wide 12-foot beam. An expensive boat to begin with, the Combi gained a reputation for being an excellent head-sea boat. Her expansive cockpit is ideally arranged with lounge seating opposite the helm and a big fishing platform aft. The entire bridge deck lifts hydraulically for engine access. Standard features include a molded bow pulpit, insulated in-floor fish/storage boxes (2), raw-water washdown, transom door and gate, cockpit bolsters, above-deck livewell (aft of helm), windshield vents, teak-and-holly cabin sole, gunnel rod holders, L-shaped lounge seating, trim tabs, and tackle center. The Combis open-plan interiorupdated in 1996 and 1998with convertible dinette, enclosed head/shower, and full-service galley with microwave and refrigerator sleeps four. Most Combis were diesel-powered. A comfortable open-water ride, Volvo 430hp diesels cruise the 33 Combi at 25 knots (high 20s top).
Overview Handsome 1990s express with versatile deck plan led the pack in her day among midsize open fisherman.
Features Transom door with gate, insulated in-floor fish/storage boxes, raw-water washdown, power-lift bridgedeck, tackle centers, deluxe L-shaped companion seat, two-person helm seat with icemaker under under. Upscale interior with convertible dinette, full galley, head with shower sleeps four.
Comments Note tall windshield, wide side decks. Good engine access. Most were diesel-powered.
Performance Volvo 430hp diesels cruise at 28 knots (30+ knots top).