The F-33 is a true 'designer's boat', and comes with a simple, practical and roomy interior. As a general guide, the interior volume is 33% larger than the F-31, 14% smaller than the new Corsair 36, and 40% smaller than the new F-39.
This is a basic 'R' type interior as used in SHADOWFAX, with table removed - light and airy
The F-33 interior has a very spacious feel, with full standing headroom, and comfortable seats with a great view. The optional forward galley as shown is smaller than designed, as per the owner's requirements, who wanted a more basic 'R' type interior, with a portable camp stove, rather than a fitted one. The private head area (forward on port side) is surprisingly roomy, with its own private entrance in the bow compartment. It can be fitted out with full vanity, hot and cold water etc. Photos of the full standard interior will become available once boats now being built are complete.
The F-33 has restored the original F-27's easy open access to all areas, and without gelcoated fiberglass interior liners. Such liners are very heavy and are not a good idea for any ocean capable multihull, reducing the important load carrying ability, while also covering many areas that should be readily available for easy inspection.The standard F-33 interior finish in most areas will be Frontrunner fabric, which is a very thin and light weight super tough fabric, but also one of the most expensive interior marine fabrics on the market. However, it is chosen because it works so well, is actually even lighter than paint, is warm and friendly to the touch, and looks great. A 'wipe down' glossy finish will still be used where needed, such as galley and head areas. SHADOWFAX's interior is painted with a semi-gloss LP paint in a beautiful patterned finish (Option B on Price/Specification List).
Looking aft, the optional inboard being visible
The attractive glossy finish that is the main advantage of gelcoated liners will still be available (Option A), but achieved only by using an LP paint directly on the faired hull, rather than using liners. It will be a more expensive option, but only for those who prefer it, so every F-33 buyer will not need to pay the high extra cost associated with developing and making interior liner molds, or be subjected to the extra weight.
The roomy aft cabin - and this is the narrow end of the large aft double berth!
Plenty of sitting headroom here too, with a handy footwell (out of picture).
The very private head/shower area - simple and clean - and as about as basic as one can get on SHADOWFAX.
A fully installed marine head (both manual and electic) is also an available option, along with a vanity unit
which will fit on the right (port) side.
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