Tarac 33 from Sweden: slim, fast and pretty
The pretty Swede is a real all-rounder, with her sporty regatta sailors as well as cozy family sailors get their money's worth. In essence, however, the Tarac 33 remains a true daysailer. That means: simple deck layout with functions suitable for one hand and sails with as little effort as possible. The self-tacking jib is standard, the halyards, straighteners and sheets are all guided within easy reach of the helmsman.
In the test off the Dutch North Sea coast, the Tarac 33 can prove that it can withstand storms and high waves. And how: The boat shows a considerable performance potential even in borderline conditions and sails surprisingly stiffly and at a good height on the wind.
Clever. The pantry is very well thought out. The flexible elements allow multiple use
The Tarac 33 offers a real surprise below deck. DBoot is very fully developed inside despite its orientation as a daysailer or weekender. Four adults spend the night with a lot of comfort. There is also a small wet room with a toilet and a very well thought-out pantry with flexible elements.