To expand the 33 Sport Coupe's sleeping capacity, there's a convertible lounge to starboard. If you want an easy place to stash the linens, just pull out the drawers in the base of the port sofa. Thanks to the immense VistaAire power sunroof, you'll feel like you're sleeping under the stars.
Forward to port, the galley has everything you'll need to whip up lunch, but don't spill anything, because the Corian countertop isn't fiddled. Also, there's carpet in the sink cabinet, mold waiting to happen.
For outstanding access, a removable panel in the galley sole opens up to let you get to the water heater and offers enough open space to stow bulk items such as paper towels or cases of beer. Limber holes are coated in gel coat, but the bulkhead should have been finished better. There was a rough edge on one side. Silverton says it will be finished cleanly in the future. Check on your walkthrough.
Aft, the engine compartment hatch and afore-mentioned aft sliding section of the sole let you get to anything you need, no small feat in a 33' boat. There's a nonslip walkway between the engines, which are installed with standard mounts to the marine-plywood-cored stringers. All fuel and water lines are double-clamped and wires are secured in screwed-in tiewraps. Aft, all three batteries are in plastic hold-down trays in a spot where you could actually remove one without slipping a disc.
Out in the cockpit, when I first lifted the large lazarette hatch, I assumed I had found a negative because I thought the hatch had no means of securing it in the "up" position. Then I found a strap with a snap on the end to secure the hatch to the transom. What did I expect? The 33 Sport Coupe was designed by real boaters.
Extra Point: If you were a 10-year-old when sedan-style boats were popular in the 1960s, Silverton figures the 33 Sport Coupe is the boat for you. The average age of a Silverton owner is 53 years old.