Whether you are commuting up the coast or spending the day cruising, this 2005 Pearson True North Noble Lady is a boat you’ll want to spend all day on. The open concept layout continues from the cabin on to the deck. This popular 33′ True North is a single diesel express that has a keel and strut-protected propeller for safe and economical cruising in areas where many boats can’t go. Her bow thruster gives her great maneuverability around the docks. The convertible seating, galley-up, and air-conditioned helm layout creates great comfort in all weather conditions.

You’ll appreciate this boat’s simplicity, along with its rugged reliability, even more as time goes on — because you’ll be able to enjoy going out on the boat instead of being a slave to a high-maintenance regimen.



  • loa 33'
  • beam 12'4"
  • draft 2'11"
  • displacement 12500 lba
  • fuel capacity 200 gallons
  • water capacity 80 gallons
  • builder Pearson Composites
  • model True North 33
  • year 2005
  • construction Composite
  • location Camden, Maine
  • horsepower 370

Video: Noble Lady, underway

A drone captures the ease and beauty of the 33′ Pearson True North Noble Lady as it passes through Camden Harbor, Maine.


  • 4″ RITCHIE compass at helm
  • RAYMARINE autopilot
  • RAYMARINE depth sounder
  • RAYMARINE radar Hybrid- Touch
  • RAYMARINE Hybrid-Touch chartplotter with GPS
  • FARIA oil pressure / fuel meter / temperature / rudder angle / rpm oil pressure
  •  JVC steric
  • VHF speaker and microphone
  • Molded construction and high strength multi-axial glass reinforcement
  • Heavy-duty rub rail with SS striker
  • Decks have integral molded non-skid
  • Aluminum extruded hatches with screens
  • Large opening hatch in center of hard top
  • Powder-coated aluminum window frames
  • Center-opening windshield
  • Tinted safety glass windows
  • (3) Windshield wipers with washer functions
  • (6) SS mooring cleats
  • SS Anchor chute


Visibility is, of course, most important at the helm, and this boat offers true 360° views from the steering station. You don’t have to leave the controls to see behind you when docking, and when underway, the hull’s low running angle keeps the bow below your line of sight. Many True North owners have said this is the easiest boat they have ever docked or driven, regardless of size.


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