Home Sailboat Reviews Sailboats 31-35ft

Sailboats 31-35ft

The Allmand Sail 31

During the hey day of fiberglass sailboat production in the 1970s, there were seemingly more small builders than today. Alas, the industry recession of...

Express 34, Hobie 33, Olson 34

Nearly everyone involved in the boating industry during the prosperity of the 1970s also has a vivid recollection of the 1980s, when the industry...

Three Big-Three 30s – The Beneteau 311, Catalina 310 and Hunter 326

In an ideal world, all sailors would start in prams at the age of six, then move to small, forgivingsloops, and then one-design racingboats,...

Hans Christian 34/36

The story of the Hans Christian 34 and 36, and their successors, is a microcosm of the history of the Taiwan/U.S. boatbuilding industry. That...

The PDQ 32: A Comfortable Cruising Cat

PDQ Yachts in Whitby, Ontario, Canada, launched the Alan Slater-designed PDQ 32 catamaran in 1994 and built 53 of the boats in the following...

PDQ: Rugged Quality

The PDQ 32 is laminated using a modified epoxy resin (AME 5000). Tri-axial knitted fiberglass fabrics are used in the hull and deck. The...

The Dual-Purpose C&C 33 Mark II

On DecksThe deck layout on the C&C 33 is conventional. The double lifelines with lifeline gates, pulpit, and pushpit are sturdy, well made, and...

Hand Laid in the USA

Workers at Pacific Seacraft laminate these hulls by hand, using vinylester resin and layers of biaxial fiberglass laid at 45- and 90-degree axes for...

Living Small on the Big Sea

Deck DetailsThe boat that PS tested was built in 2007 and is one of the few 31s with a Seldn anodized aluminum mast. (Historically,...

The Catalina 34, 30 Years Later

American sailboat manufacturers have had their highs and lows, and many have dropped right off the map, but Catalina has been going strong for...

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...