Sailboats 31-35ft

Express 37 Nails Performance

BelowdecksThough designed to sail fast, Schumacher tried to create accommodations below that would be comfortable for an offshore crew. He engaged a client, M....

Alberg Owners Love Their A35s, Warts and All

Nearly every owner we spoke to about their Alberg 35 had small gripes about the boats performance, cosmetic defects, and outdated equipment. Nevertheless, it...

Alberg 35 Offers Classic Escape

Photos courtesy of Tom Curren The Alberg 35 dates back to the dawn of big-time fiberglass sailboat building. Its production began in 1961, just a...

Used Boat Review: LM32 Pilothouse Sloop

The RigThe rig is a conventional, single-spreader masthead sloop. The chainplates are close to the deckhouse, so the sidedecks are adequately wide, except at...

Boat Test: The Last Sabre 34 Mark II

PerformanceAt the end of the day, the reason to look at the Sabre 34 is two-fold: quality of construction and performance. We sailed a...

Seawind 950: Some Assembly Required

Seawind Catamarans, Australias most successful sail-yacht builder, introduced its new Seawind 950 catamaran last May. Seawind, which recently bought trimaran-maker Corsair, has been building...

New Boat Review: Hunter 33

PerformanceWe tested the boat in protected waters on the Bradenton River, Fla., in 10 to 12 knots northwest wind. A quarter-knot incoming tide was...

Hunter Factory Blends Old and New Technology

The Hunter 33 is built in Alachua, Fla., using high-quality resins and laminates and conventional open molding hand-laminating processes. Hull: Hull construction begins with...

A Look at the Latest Generation of Genoa Furlers

Engineering advances have improved roller-furling systems, and the latest units show refinements to original design and some promising new innovations. Today, third- and fourth-generation...

The Daysailers of Daydreams

A daysailer was once simple and small, an entry-level passport to the sport. In the new millennium, however, that has changed. Simplicity may still...