This post war beauty is one of my favorite designs. She is a 33' cruising auxiliary that has made a good boat for countless families over the years. And what's not to like? Standard user friendly interior, classic sheer and a good performing boat to boot.
The design was headed up by K. Aage Nielsen when he worked for Sparkman & Stephens out of S&S's short lived Boston office. Numerous builders built the boats. Here's the layout.
The design was eventually the prototype for the Hinckley Pilot.
The following is a nice article from Yachting Magazine from 1945. (Double click for readable size).
Further reference can be found in the Olin Stephens book Lines and Worthy of the Sea, the K. Aage Nielsen book.
And finally here are the beautifully proportioned lines.