Viking 33

LOA: 33' 6"”          LWL: 26'

Yachts Name






C&C Plans at MMOTGL

2001.0066.0333 (1-19)

Designer / Draughtsman

Cuthbertson and Cassian Limited, 

C&C Design Group, 

Killing, Steve

Project Manager

Godwin, Tony

Year of Design



Ontario Yachts Limited


The Viking 33 is a Canadian sailboat, that was designed by Cuthbertson & Cassian and first built in 1971. The design was built by Ontario Yachts in Canada between 1971 and 1973, but it is now out of production. The Viking 33 design was developed into the Viking 34 in 1973. The Viking 34 features a Peterson-style keel, a new interior design and a 1.5 ft (0.46 m) taller mast. Both designs have the same length overall of 33.58 ft (10.24 m).

Although the design is getting a little old, the Viking 33 still has to rate as one of the better looking boats on the water. It has sleek lines and a graceful bow. It may be just a touch narrower than the boats that were built in the 1980s, but it still has the appearance of a contemporary yacht. Like the Ontario 32, the Viking was also designed by C&C and built by Ontario Yachts. Unlike the Ontario 32, this boat was designed with racing in mind. It has a very deep keel and a ballast to displacement ratio of over 50%. This boat was built in the 1970's, so most will come equipped with an Atomic 4 gasoline inboard engine. Note that in the late 1970s, this boat was given a slightly taller mast and marketed as the Viking 34. 

by Michael McGoldrick.

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