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C&C 40 Used Boat Review

While C&C did not invent the racer/cruiser, the Canadian-based company remained dedicated to the concept of the dual-purpose boat during its halcyon days in...

Sabre 386 Used Boat Review

Foaming mountains of cold black water loomed out of the darkness behind me, rushing under the stern as the Sabre 386 careened down the...

What You Can Learn on a Quick Test Sail

Summer is in the air. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and everyones fancy turns to boat buying (you were expecting me to something...

Cabo Rico’s Classic Cutter

If we made a short list of traditional-looking cruising boats with trailboards and oodles of teak that dreamy-eyed readers most want to know about,...

Bob Perrys Salty Tayana 37-Footer Boat Review

With several hundred boats sailing the seas of the world, the Tayana 37 has been one of the most successful products of the U.S.s...

Tartan 30: An Affordable Classic

If you're looking for a good buy in a weekender, it pays to buy the brand. There will always be compromises when it comes...

Ericson 34-2 Finds Sweet Spot

To begin with, let’s make clear which Ericson 34 we’re reviewing about here because Ericson Yachts has a handful of boats in the 35-foot...

How to Sell Your Boat

For many sailors, selling their boats is an emotional experience. The big decision is setting the price. Setting your price, or the acceptable net...

Cal 2-46: A Venerable Lapworth Design Brought Up to Date

What kind of blue-water cruising sailboat should you consider when your thoughts turn offshore? We posed that question to Practical Sailor readers, and Puget...

Rhumb Lines: Show Highlights from Annapolis

I’ve always enjoyed how the annual Annapolis Sailboat Show offers a glimpse of the future—or at least how gear and boat makers envision the...

An Italian Go Fast Sailboat – The Viko S 35 |...

Looking to buy a 35-40 foot sailboat? Considering a Viko S 35? See a Viko S35 for sale? What are the pros and cons...