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Below decks, the CS 33 offers ample storage and true cruising comfort. CS uses a combination of fiberglass modules, aluminum trim, stainless supports, wicker and light vinyl to give the inside an airy look with attractive detailing.
The V-berth is 6’6” long with plenty of width. Storage is available in fiberglass compartments directly above on each side and in dry bins underneath the V-berth. There are also sliding drawers made from solid ash with teak faces. Forward of the V berth is a small storage compartment directly beneath the locker. This can also be used for chain storage if you put a hawser pipe in the bottom of the anchor well; Wall designed the CS 33 so that it could carry the full weight of all chain ground tackle in the bow of the boat and still sit on its marks.
Moving aft, you pass through a small walkway and on the port side is a full-sized hanging locker that is lined with aromatic cedar. The door of the hanging locker doubles as a companionway door for the forward cabin and across from the hanging locker is the head compartment.
The standard CS 33 came with large fixed windows, a sliding Lexan main hatch, and another overhead hatch in the middle, so the main saloon is very bright with ample ventilation.
The U-shaped galley comes standard with a two-burner propane stove with oven, a deep sink and pressure water. Above the stove there is ample cupboard space with Lexan sliding doors, so you can see what you have in inventory. There is a deep dry goods locker with a cutting board for a lid and a cupboard beneath a long drawer for cutlery.
Continuing aft on the starboard side, there is a full-sized chart table and large navigation station that incorporates a wet hanging locker beside it. Miscellaneous storage in this area is immense; there is plenty of room under the chart table to add a shelf and dry bin storage under the navigator’s seat.