The e33 SKeDADDLE was born through the collaborative efforts and thoughtful experiences of a sailor, boatbuilder, and yacht designer. World-class sailor Robbie Doyle, boatbuilder Dirk Kneulman, and designer Jeremy Wurmfeld combined their life-long sailing experience to create this fun, simple, high-performance daysailer. With its powerful large mainsail, 105% jib, and just the right amount of running rigging, even novice sailors can turn heads on the race course! The over-sized cockpit provides great comfort for relaxing day sails, while maintaining enough space below to accommodate two quarter berths, a V-berth, head, and auxiliary Yanmar diesel engine. The 2008 e33 SKeDADDLE is perfect for the salty seasoned sailor or anyone new to the sport.



  • loa 33'7"
  • lwl 27'1"
  • beam 8'9"
  • draft 4'9"
  • displacement 6,000 pounds (1/2 load)
  • fuel capacity 13 gallons
  • designed by Jeremy Wurmfeld
  • builder Dirk Kneulman
  • model e33
  • year 2008
  • construction Composite
  • configuration Corecell core, E-glass laminates and Vinylester resin
  • location Fairhope, AL
  • boat engine Yanmar 2YM15-SD20
  • horsepower 14 hp

e33 Skedaddle Under Sail

A short clip of the e33 Skedaddle under sail shows the power and performance of this beautiful daysailer.

Recent Improvements

  • Added vents to port and stbd backrests
  • Added 4″ solar-powered vent in cabin top hatch (2016)
  • Added backing plates to much of the cockpit-mounted hardware
  • Raymarine A65 Chart Plotter mounted on companionway swing arm
  • Modified bimini legs for break-down and easy storage below
  • Added chocks in anchor locker for Fortress anchor (2015)
  • Added LED nav lights at bow
  • Telescoping whisker pole
  • TackTick Racemaster compass (2013)
  • Orca 58-quart cooler
  • Life Sling
  • Vang cleat with eye bolts to hold cleat up
  • Asymmetric spinnaker (2009) yellow in color and lightly used
  • Triad drop-axle custom trailer for e33 (2008)
  • Awlgripped hull/topsides “Bahama Blue” (2015)
  • Installed new shoal draft keel (4’9″ draft) at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding (2015) 
  • Installed bimini cradle above tiller for deploying bimini and to assist furling sail
  • Magma propane BBQ grill with stern mount (2015)
  • New mast boot (2015)
  • Hydraulic pump for forestay tensioning (2015)
  • Modified anchor locker hatch headstay hole (2016)
  • New custom cockpit table (2016)
  • New self-steering system (passive system with springs)
  • Installed UV flaps for hydraulic controls, throttle/Yanmar cockpit panel

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