Sailboats 31-35ft

Etchells-inspired e33 – A Practical Sailor New Sailboat Review

The boat has an auxiliary (a 14-horsepower Yanmar diesel with folding prop on a sail drive), but we doubt it will see much use....

TomCat 9.7. – Practical Sailor New Boat Review: Quality Construction, Unique Engineering and Stability...

test-boats, both monohull and multihull, that surrounded us after the 2007 Miami Boat Show. Sailing through a tack can prove challenging to a multihull...

Pearson 32 Boat Review

 The Pearson 32 was launched in 1979, 20 years after the first Carl Alberg-designed Pearson Triton captured market interest at the New York Boat...

Fast and the Farr-ious

Beneteau has been building boats for 122 years. Thats an impressive tradition, but does it have anything to do with an up-to-the-instant raceboat? To...

Shannon Shoalsailer 35

Sequestered in a warren of buildings in the heart of Rhode Island’s boatbuilding capital — Bristol — Shannon Yachts is a semi-custom boatbuilder that...

Tartan 3400

Honoring tradition while maximizing technology might seem like a contradiction, but the Tartan 3400 makes it seem elegant, intelligent, and a good way to...

Beneteau’s New 343

Chantiers Beneteau has been building its distinctive sailboats (along with Jeanneau, Wauquiez, and, now, a line of trawlers) for so long that it seemingly...

Catalina 350

Catalina Yachts has been at or near the pinnacle of the production boatbuilding industry since Frank Butler formed the company in 1969. The company endured...

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32

Following its founding in 1956 by Henri Jeanneau, and subsequent sale and resales, Chantiers Jeanneau SA became, in 1995, a member of the Beneteau...

Gemini 105Mc

Tony Smith's most recent design is the third iteration of a 34-foot catamaran that his company, Performance Cruising, Inc., of Annapolis, first introduced to...