Boat Review

September 2002 Issue

Soverel 33

The sailing equivalant of a bored-out Corvette, Mark Soverel's most famous design was a racing circuit demon in the early '80s. It's a gas to sail fast, but can it cruise? Not in style, but it'll do for a quick getaway if you're not picky about the trimmings.

With a jumbo sailplan and racing pedigree, this boat owns the light air. And it can be cruised a bit.

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