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Ocean Sport

Roamer 33 by Lindell

$485,000 CAD

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The Ocean Sport 33 Roamer is a twin diesel sport vessel designed with the outdoor adventurer in mind. Whether fishing, diving or exploring the more remote stretches of our coast, Whale's Breath will deliver. Simply put, the incredible cockpit, all weather design, extended cruising range, and accommodations for up to six will bring any West coast adventures within reach.
Location Vancouver, BC
Condition Used
Category Sports Fishing Boats
Overall Length
Year 2014
Hull Material Fiberglass
Hull Beam 10.75
Fuel Capacity 330
Engine Power 520.0
Engine 1 Make & Model Volvo Penta D4
Engine 1 Type Inboard
Engine 1 Fuel diesel
Engine 1 Year 2014
Engine 2 Make & Model Volvo Penta D4
Engine 2 Type Inboard
Engine 2 Fuel diesel
Engine 2 Year 2014
Elements of Whale's Breath

The Ocean Sport 33 Roamer series has a simple, intuitive design, classic Northwest lines, and a no-nonsense approach to function and layout. The design is by Jim Lindell, renown for understanding our unpredictable waters, and the needs of boaters in our area, and was manufactured by the Jim Lindell team, whose skilled craftsmen have taken the Roamer to the next level with resin-infused construction, experienced attention to detail, and high quality workmanship. 

The design is proven.  A modified vee hull with a sharp entry, deep forward sections, and 20 degree dead rise as the lines moves aft. The result is a level ride, superb performance, great fuel efficiency, and a stable platform through a variety of conditions, including a quartering or following sea.

This Ocean Sport 33 Roamer is set up to zoom out to your favourite fishing grounds, fish and explore for days at a time, relax in comfort in the evenings, and zoom home again whenever it suits.

She has always been serviced regularly, and stored on the hard indoors each winter. The owner is very sensitive to the importance of air circulation through the vessel when not in use, and has taken steps to improve airflow. Small but important steps like this help contribute to this very clean, zero-smell, mildew-free boat!

Whale’s Breath is being offered now by a meticulous yachtsman, and is in excellent condition throughout, with a superb options list, up-to-date maintenance, and plenty of spares. She is ready for new adventures!

Throughout Whale's Breath

The cockpit is vast, with room to accommodate four to six anglers moving about freely. And there is plenty of room for a table and deck chairs, for relaxing after a day on the water. Board over the gunwale, or via the opening door in the transom.  

Movement to the foredeck is safe and easy with a step up from the cockpit, to a fair size side deck, and beefy hand rails.

Enter the interior by the sliding door in the cockpit. There is a guest cabin immediately down to port, the fully-found galley to starboard, a settee with dining table to port, with an adjustable aft or forward facing settee, the helm forward to starboard, and the owner’s cabin forward with private head and shower.

There is tremendous storage throughout the boat. The owner reports that four men can stow all their gear and food for four or five days in the storage lockers, leaving the living spaces clear for, well, living.

Cabinetry and drawers are of teak, with a durable gloss varnish.


The Ocean Sport 33 Roamer has sleeping accommodations for up to six adults in two cabins and a convertible salon settee.

There is a guest cabin located midship to port, accessed via a couple of stairs from the galley area. There is a large double berth, measuring 7' 5" x 4' 8", lights, hooks, a shelf, and a closure for privacy.

Forward is the main or owner’s cabin with a large double V-berth, 7' 6" long, with insert, hanging locker, storage shelves, overhead lights, opening overhead hatch with screen, port lights with screens, and numerous storage lockers and drawers.

The private head is to starboard with electric marine toilet, basin, storage lockers, and shower with dedicated sump and pump.  The shower has never been used except to hang and dry foul weather gear.

  • shower with dedicated sump pump
  • opening overhead hatch with screen in forward cabin and in head
  • electric flush toilet
  • 35 gallon holding tank
  • the head itself is the macerator, so although the discharge pump is labelled “macerator”, it is simply a duckbill pump making for more reliable use, and for easier and cleaner maintenance
  • Scandvik sink and faucet in head
  • portights and overhead hatches with curtains or shades, and mosquito screens
  • five additional rod storage holders in mid cabin

Natural light fills the salon with large windows all around. There are curtains for privacy, and four of the windows open broadly giving plenty of fresh sea air. Three of the four opening windows have screens, but not one for the helm, allowing the operator to lean out unencumbered as needed.

To port is the dinette with fore and aft facing settees, storage under. This settee drops to make a third double berth.

The floor is of rubberized tile for durability, non-skid, and for easy cleaning.

  • varnished teak table
  • ample overhead lighting (all LED)
  • brass clock and barometer
  • Clarion stereo system with Sirius sat, CD, and USB connection, six speakers
  • Webasto furnace control
  • windows are slightly tinted for added comfort 
  • five rod storage holders

The galley is to starboard, and although a little compact, the cook has all the elements needed to create and impress. It is adjacent to the salon.

  • Corian counter tops
  • helm seat tips forward giving more counter space if needed
  • AC/DC refrigerator / freezer with remote compressor increasing the interior fridge space
  • Dickenson two burner propane stove
  • Scandvik sink and faucet
  • combination convection microwave oven
  • electric propane solenoid and vapour alarm

From the helm is a commanding view all around the boat with excellent visibility for the operator whether sitting or standing.

All controls are close at hand.

  • wide helm chair with adjustable arm rests and foot rest
  • navigation and communication equipment (details follow)
  • AC and DC electrical distribution panels
  • three panel windshield, each with wipers and fresh water wash to help clear the dried salt spray
  • large teak locker under helm seat
  • Volvo electronic engine controls
  • window defrost with heated air off main engine
  • remote spotlight control
  • windlass control
  • horn
  • trim tab control

The cockpit is huge, measuring 11' 6" x 8' 6", (12' 0" x 9' 3") and would be the defining feature if not for the comfortable interior!

Not only huge, but thoughtfully appointed and well laid out with storage lockers and shelves both above and below decks.

  • molded in non-skid on deck, hard top, and hatch covers
  • two Scotty electric downriggers
  • nine Burnewiin stainless deck mounts with backing plates
  • all deck hardware mounted to backing plates
  • steps port and starboard up to the side decks
  • beefy 1.25” stainless grab rails positioned intuitively where needed, making getting about the boat deck safer
  • port and starboard side shelves with drain holes
  • four LED courtesy lights
  • LED nav and anchor lights
  • high power LED lights for aft deck
  • ten rocket launcher rod holders
  • stainless scupper drains
  • three huge cockpit lazarettes, one a large fish hold with electric pump out
  • one lazarette houses a 35” x 19” x 20” deep lift out fish tote
  • Frigidaire freezer in fourth lazarette, wired to inverter
  • heavy duty stainless steel tow eye on stern
  • heavy duty stainless steel bow eye
  • nine 10” heavy duty stainless steel mooring cleats
  • stainless steel bow roller
  • flush forward anchor rode locker
  • electric windlass with upgraded foot pedals (up and down), and helm controls, with manual back up
  • molded in radar arch
  • overhead hard top extended 20” aft giving added protection for operator at cockpit control station, as well as for the interior access door
  • hard top drain system reducing or eliminating water dripping from roof to cockpit
  • large swim step with stainless railings and removable34” x 20” fish cleaning table
  • reboarding ladder on swim step
  • fresh water and salt water wash downs
  • 33 kg Bruce anchor with 100’ chain and 300’ line
  • spare 26 lb Danforth anchor with 100’ HT chain and 300’ line
  • heavy duty rub guard with stainless steel insert

Optional cockpit control station with

  • electronic engine controls
  • Garmin plotter and VHF (described below) electronic engine stop buttons
  • hydraulic / power steering
  • Sunbrella cover
  • stereo system remote control
Electronics and Navigation

Whale’s Breath features a full suite of easy to use Garmin electronics, featuring large touchscreen plotters, all networked together:

Inside station

  • Garmin 7215 touch screen chartplotter with 15” screen and combo radar, sounder and fish finder
  • Garmin GMR HD 24” radar
  • Garmin GPH10 autopilot networked to plotter
  • Garmin VHF with 300 AIS receiver
  • NMEA 2000 backbone 
  • Garmin hailer / PA (off Garmin VHF)
  • two Garmin GMI 10 displays set up to read port and starboard Volvo engine gauges
  • Ritchie compass 

Cockpit station

  • 12” Garmin 7212 combination chartplotter, radar, sounder, fish finder
  • Garmin VHF remote station

When not in use at the cockpit station, the 12” Garmin unit can be moved indoors to the co-pilot’s seat and plugged in to the network.

Electrical System

AC and DC power systems service the vessel through circuit breaker panels with appropriate voltage and ampere gauges. 110VAC is provided by 30 Amp shore connection, and, based on available house bank battery power, through the inverter.

  • 110V and 12V breaker panels
  • battery panel selector switches with automatic electric combiners in addition to emergency parallel switch
  • two 12V outlets
  • USB outlets
  • six GFI 110V outlets
  • 2kW MasterVolt Inverter/Charger with remote panel
  • all batteries upgraded with factory optional AGMs
  • four AGM 250-6 house batteries
  • two group 31 deep cycle start batteries
  • one AGM 150 dedicated electronics battery
  • bonding system
  • 50’ 30Amp shore power cord
  • alternator on outboard kicker provides 15 Amps to the house bank while trolling
Engines and Mechanical

Powered by clean, quiet, reliable, and efficient twin 260 hp Volvo D4 common rail diesel engines with Volvo DuoProps. Regularly serviced by authorized Volvo technicians, and always ready for cruising. The machinery space is broad with room to access all areas of the engines.

  • 583 hours on starboard main
  • 583 hours on port main
  • electronic Volvo controls at both station with synchronizer, and trim assist
  • dual Racors to each main engine
  • 25 hp Mercury long shaft outboard kicker (2017) with prop guard ring
  • hydraulic lift for kicker
  • kicker is steered with main steering wheel and can be isolated with two ball valves in locker under cockpit control station
  • separate gasoline fuel system and dedicated custom 10 gallon internal gas tank for kicker
  • three independent electric wipers with fresh water wash, and intermittent feature
  • electric anchor windlass
  • 12,000 BTU Webasto forced air diesel furnace with thermostat control and hour meter
  • hot water cabin heat and window defroster from engine heat
  • six gallon hot water heater
  • three bilge pumps with auto switches
  • there are fuel fills on both side on the vessel, with a connector between the tanks. It is advised to have both fuel fills open while fuelling to allow air to escape more efficiently

Whale's Breath comes with a good inventory of spares, all catalogued, including pumps, props, impellers, belts, zincs, filters and more.

  • all safety gear is up to date
  • routine engine service is by authorized Volvo technicians
  • annual haul out for leg and engine service
  • bottom paint every two years, most recently done in August 2018 

What makes one boat's construction better than the next? In some designs, a heavy laminate is preferred

However, designers and builders striving to achieve better performance would be very cautious of added weight, and hence find ways to build a lighter boat, reducing the horsepower needed to achieve efficient cruising speeds. But of course, they must strike a balance between light weight, and strength ensuring a safely constructed vessel, that will stand the elements of the sea, and the test of time.

In simple terms, the strength comes from the glass fibres, and the weight comes from the resins. The trick is to use an adequate, yet minimal amount of resin for a given amount of glass fibre. The best way to achieve this is by the resin-infusion method, which results in a much higher strength to weight ratio than the hand-lay up method. The hand lay up method is absolutely perfect for certain applications, but it can add unnecessary weight when trying to achieve higher performance.

The Ocean Sport Roamer is constructed using all a vacuum-bagged, resin-infused hull and deck layup, with a Corecell sandwich. The end product is a supremely stiff, exceptionally strong vessel. Polyester resins are typical in most boat construction. Ocean Sport Roamer uses the more expensive vinylester resins for all structural components. These resins give superior resistance to abrasion and blistering, and post-cure shrinkage, meaning the gel coat will look new for many years. Ocean Sport is constructed using bi-directional E-glass fibers which has more strength than uni-directional glass fibres, and they use Corecell in the sandwich, adding torsional stiffness, and improving thermal and acoustic insulation.

The outcome is a stronger boat, a lighter boat, and a boat that will last longer, look good longer, overall increasing its long-term value!


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.

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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 investigatge such details as the buyer desires validated. Price, if shown, may not include applicable state or government fees, taxes, destination charges, preparation charges, or finance charges (if applicable). Final actual sales price may vary depending on options or accessories selected. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, manufacturer revision, or withdrawal without notice.

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