Auxiliary Power/Tanks (orig. equip.)
Rig and Sail Particulars
S&S design #539. (The first post war S&S design.) After this first version, the PILOT class went through a number revisions. (A second version was introduced in 1959) This version, drawn by Aage Nielsen, an S&S employee at the time, was the most popular before the introduction, in 1962, of the slightly larger HINCKLEY PILOT 35 (S&S #1727), designed specifically for fiberglass construction. First built by Fisher Boat Works in Detroit, MI, (sometimes called FISHER PILOT 33) and later by Thomas Knutson in Huntington, NY.The original plans showed a Gray Marine gas engine for auxiliary power.