The NC line benefits from a strong identity. The NC 33 cleverly combines the strengths for which the NC line is renowned with the latest technological advances of the brand.
The NC notably features an excellent hull design by Michael Peters.
The NC 33 is a handsome express cruiser that is ideal for family cruising or for two couples. One of the best features is the cockpit configuration. The floor is flush right to the forward cabin steps delivering one large and continuous living space. There is a three-section folding glass bulkhead and you can move it out of the way either to port or starboard depending on how you want your living space, and it becomes one seamless living area from the helm all the way back to the transom. Designed for life on the sea, the NC 33 is very open to the exterior. Everything has been carefully considered for comfortable cruising. Like some of their other designs, they start at the swim platform and work their way forward. This is definitely part of the whole living space. A clever sliding aft bench seat can increases the cockpit area by a foot or more by sliding it outwards towards the swim platform. You can still use the swim platform, but if you want to go swimming, slide the bench seat back in and use the platform to its fullest. The deck design is asymmetrical to utilize the cabin space to the fullest while also accommodating the wide starboard deck. The boat still has a portside deck with rails so that you can go forward or all the way around the cabin on the top sides. The galley is positioned on the aft starboard side of the cabin by the bulkhead so you can easily serve in the cockpit or in the saloon. Going along with the galley is an interesting layout feature. The designers were able to push the stairs back a bit to create a pantry area with very accessible space. There are drawers for dry goods right under the windshield. The forward stateroom is the master's cabin, and the clever addition of a sliding pocket door saves a lot of room while offering the benefit of a private cabin. It is a full rectangular bed, and this pushes in to save space and pulls out for sleeping. The master enjoys direct and indirect lighting the way you would see on larger boats.