Extensively increased passenger space has been achieved by removing the port side secondary helm position and fitting extended seating, harness storage and hull depth secure locker
Helm position has been raised and passenger seating lowered to enhance pilot visibility
The massive under deck locker remains and is now complimented by a secure fore locker located immediately behind the anchor stowage.
The flight deck is now fully rounded at the stern to further enhance the sleek lines and facilitate improved close encounter manoeuvrability alongside dock and harbour walls and is large enough for even the mega parachutes being deployed to carry 2 or 3 flyers
It now boasts a large deck locker to store in-use ‘chute alongside standby ‘chutes
Battery and fuel switches are readily accessible through their own hatches and a further hatch gives the helmsman instant access to winch and rope.
To keep pace with heavier loads and ever larger parachutes detailed improvements have been made to the winch system with a constant loop stainless steel cooling coil, flush cornered side rollers and machined winch post foot with built in rope guide. Maximum diesel power of 425hp is now available with commercial duty stainless shaft drive and bronze rudder and propeller. Stern drive models continue to be available.
How to improve the best!
The 2002 model Warrior 33 even surpasses the current model which itself was a quantum leap ahead of the redoubtable Warrior 32 of 1993 vintage.
Hundreds of existing Warriors dominate the parasail water sport activity throughout the world… from the beaches of the Caribbean, the chilly flow of Moscow’s Volga river, the vast playgrounds of the USA to the waters of the Nile with its pyramid backdrop.