The Sun Odyssey 33i could best be described as a "platform" boat. Jeanneau provides a performance hull with a racing wheel and fits it out with a full liveaboard interior. Then the builder offers the customer an array of packages that combine different rigs, keels, propellers, and add-ons to either turbocharge the "platform" up to a full-on around-the-cans racer or set it up as an easy-to-sail coastal or near-offshore family cruiser with an in-mast furling main. For example, the cruising version we saw at the Annapolis boat show had a shoal-draft keel, in-mast furling main, and a fixed three-bladed prop. Though we didn't get to test-sail the boat following the show, with its light displacement, deep spade rudder, and slippery lines, the 33i should prove to be nimble and quick. The bright interior accommodates four with an athwartship double berth aft, a traditional V-berth forward, and a full galley, a shower, and a folding saloon table. Priced to sell, this should be a popular addition to the Jeanneau line.