The EVOLUTION 33 and 38 have been designed to give superior stability together with a smoother ride in rougher weather.

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The EVOLUTION 33 and 38 have been designed to give superior stability together with a smoother ride in rougher weather.

EVOLUTION 33 and 38

If something a little different is what you require we are the people to make it happen! We can customise any one of our builds to your requirements from cutting a tramsom door into the hull to fitting the most sophisticated electronics on the market, a special interior finish or a stainless steel mast to your design.

We can come up with a solution to your ideas and put them into practice for a fair upfront price which can be agreed prior to work commencing.

The EVOLUTION 33 and 38 have been designed to give superior stability together with a smoother ride in rougher weather and are an ideal choice for the Commercial / Diving / Angling / Survey user. The 33 with its sleek lines is becoming a firm favourite with the private angler giving plenty of space with a good degree of comfort.

Both the 33 and the 38 are available at any stage of completion from just the basic mouldings to the fully completed version built to your custom specification or as a sructurally complete version with minimal interior fit out and no engine.



Waterline length
Deck area
Fuel Capacity (maximum)
Maximum speed
Cruise speed
Evolution 33
9.94m (32.06 ft)
3.6m (11.81 ft)
0.902m (2.96 ft)
8m (26.5 ft)
12 sq m (129.12 sq ft)
200 gals (757 lts)
24 knots (430hp)
17-20 knots
Evolution 38
11.3m (37.07 ft)
3.6m (11.81 ft)
0.902m (2.96 ft)
9m (29.53 ft)
16.75sq m (180.23 sq ft)
300 gals (1135 lts)
26 knots (480hp)
18-21 knots


(We will be happy to quote for any alternative stage you require).


  • Hull & Superstructure
  • Hull with gel coat colour of your choice.
  • Gunwale and Wheelhouse standard colour white.
  • Hull, Gunwale and Wheelhouse pasted and bonded.
  • Below decks bulkheads and longitudinal ribs bonded in whilst in mould.


Stage 1 plus the following:
  • Fuel Tanks; GRP Fuel Tanks assembled with baffles bonded in and pressure tested with fillers, balance and return lines. (Standard feed line to come off balance line). Size as required to a maximum of 150 gals.
  • Rudder; Standard stainless steel rudder with GRP tube bonded in with webs and steering shelf with standard GRP access hatch above.
  • Deck; Comprising of 15mm marine ply (18mm on Evo 38), GRP flush deck hatch for engine access (Evo 33), standard engine box on Evo 38, deck covered in GRP with sand grit coloured finish, engine vents fitted and bonded with closures supplied loose cut, 2 aft scuppers and 2 forward scuppers.
  • Forward Cabin; Access to fore-peak through console bulkhead, 2 x single "V "berths, access to helm console through console bulkhead and crash bulkhead bonded with access cut.
  • Main Cabin; Aft wheelhouse bulkhead in 15mm marine ply bonded over with gel paint finish. Door opening cut in standard position to starboard, console and dashboard bonded in, access to stowage under wheelhouse via GRP hatch. Cabin floor bonded with resin finish.
  • Engine Space; Blanked off keel with sump for drainage, flush deck hatch (Evo 33), or engine box (Evo 38). Evolution 38 can have flush deck hatch at extra cost.


Stages 1&2 plus the following;
  • Hull, Wheelhouse and Gunwale; Antifouling applied, 3" "D" section PVC gunwale all round screwed as standard.
  • Deck Equipment; >3 x stainless steel mooring bollards. Hand pump to serve engine compartment, 2 x bow fairleads and 2 x cabin roof handrails.
  • Forward Cabin; 1 x cabin light, step constructed and bonded in with stowage below, bunk upstand trimmed in hardwood and varnished, all vertical surfaces trimmed in carpet, all other surfaces gel paint finished.
  • Main Cabin; 1 x pantograph wiper, helm seat plinth fitted with stowage underneath, hydaulic steering with 20" stainless steel wheel, engine instruments mounted in dash, 12 way switch panel, 2 x cabin lights, headlining panels fitted with carpet finish, bench seat constructed to port side and bonded in, bulkheads trimmed in carpet as standard, hardwood trims to all edges and varnished.
  • Rudder Space; Steering ram with emergency bypass valve piped in heavy wall copper pipe, anode fitted and wired, seawater inlet seacock fitted and piped to seawater strainer with inspection access.
  • Engine Space; Engine of choice mounted on flexible feet bolted to steel encapsulated engine beds, propeller shaft to suit engine horsepower, with water lubricated outer cutlass with flexible inboard stuffing box, 4 bladed propeller to suit engine, engine controls for throttle and gear, wet exhaust system with transom non-return flap, electric bilge pump manual operation, fuel system in flexible fire-proof pipe with fuel shut off taps to sort rule in force, fuel water separator to suit engine type and power.
  • Electrical; Electrical 12 way switch panel with carlin switches and individual curcuit breakers, lighting in engine room / electrical space and rudder space, port, starboard and masthead navigation lights, 2 x 12volt 110ah batteries fitted in 4 way vented battery box, battery isolation switch and 24volt system as standard.

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