First launched in the early 2000s, the Kent 33 was designed and built by Corey Yachts out of their base on the Kent coastline. With the company’s strong connections with dinghy sailing, the Kent 33 was an instant hit with those transferring from the rag and stick. The deep keel and skeg provides great protection to the props, while making for a comfortable and relaxing ride, perfect for long passages on coastal and inland waterways of Europe.
When stepping onboard “Quo Vidas” the first thing you will notice is the build quality. The second thing you notice is the condition, which is a clear credit to the three previous and current owner. The large rounded aft cockpit, which can be fully enclosed, has cushioned seating and works brilliantly as an entertaining/storage area, and although the RCD max recommendation of 8 people would be a squeeze, it still is an impressive space. The large wheelhouse is light and airy and allows good visibility, whilst seated at the saloon table, however this boat really shines in the master cabin, which has a huge island berth and a great deal of volume. With such amenities as heating and gas cooking, “Quo Vadis” will provide you the perfect home from home.