Sailboat Reviews

Catalina 250

The Catalina 250 is one of a group of relatively lightweight, shallow-draft trailerable cruising boats that appeared in the mid-1990s, utilizing water ballast to...

Frers 41

The Frers 41 was introduced in 1988, one of four collaborations between designer German Frers and builder Carroll Marine of Bristol, Rhode Island, which...

Chrysler 22

We’re still not sure if there’s a nationwide resurgence of interest in trailer sailers, but judging from the mail we receive, it certainly seems...

Beneteau Oceanis 350

Beneteau is the largest builder of sailboats in the world. The French company has made its mark not only in Europe, but in the...

Ultimate 20

In the late 80’s, the landscape was littered with the remains of boatbuilding companies that couldn’t cut to fit. The conventional wisdom was that...

MacGregor 26

This is not your usual Used Boat Survey. Then again, the MacGregor 26 is not your usual boat. We first reviewed Roger MacGregors water-ballasted...

Cal 2-27

Jack Jensen formed one of the country’s most successful fiberglass boatbuilding companies in 1959—Jensen Marine—when it introduced the Lapworth 24 centerboarder. Not long after,...

Catalina 445: What You Should Know | Boat Review

Looking to buy a 40-50 foot sailboat? Considering a Catalina 445? See a Catalina 445 for sale? What are the pros and cons of...