In 2010, the NC 11 became the first model of the newly formed NC or New Concept range. The NC 9 followed shortly thereafter, followed by the NC 14 in 2013. Today, we introduce yet another new model to the NC range, the NC 33.
Designed by Michel Peters of Sarasota, FL in conjunction with the Jeanneau design team, the NC 33 follows the same general spirit as its predecessors with great outside living spaces for sunny days, a bright and open interior for not so nice days and nighttime relaxation, and a good fast hull with plenty of punch to move quickly from port to port.
Powered by twin Volvo 220HP Diesel sterndrives, the NC 33 is nimble, quick and incredibly easy to handle. A large cockpit, complete with retractable awning and convertible seating, allows for great outside lounging and dining with easy access to the swim platform, making for a perfect day on the water.
Step inside and you’ll find a large open floorplan with everything needed for onboard living. Large windows on either side truly bring the outside in while offering great visibility when underway.
Two features worth mentioning include the cleverly designed forward seat which easily converts to facing forward or aft and the door immediately adjacent to the helm station allowing for quick and easy access to the deck outside, especially handy when tending lines or moving forward to anchor.
Accommodations below include a large master cabin forward, good size head and shower plus one additional guest cabin aft. Overall a great use of space!
All and all the NC 33 is a pretty nice motoryacht. And if it has anywhere near the success the NC 11 has had, it will be around for a long, long time and there will be several hundred of them on the water over the course of the next few years. In short, the new NC 33 hits a sweet spot in the market and can only be described as another winner.
For anyone looking to see this exciting new model firsthand, the NC 33 will be making its North American debut at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from November 1-5, 2017. We look forward to seeing you there!