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Deck Leaks, Mast Step Are Top Concerns

The Ericson 34-2 hull hand-laminated monocoque structure made from a single mold. The boats structure relies on the tri-axial force grid, which Ericson describes as...

Allied Princess 36

The Allied Boat Company built its first boat about 1962. It was the Seawind ketch, designed by Thomas Gillmer, a professor of naval architecture...

Island Trader 37/38

During the late 1970s, when Taiwan-built boats began to appear on the U.S. market in increasing numbers, few boats better illustrated the Far East...

CS 36

Canadian Sail craft was founded in 1964 in, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Its first boat was the 12' fiberglass catamaran called the Scamper. Between 1967and1971,...

Bristol Channel Cutter, Morris 40, Alerion Sloop

So often, we come away depressed from what has become a rite of autumn-the boatshow. It's the same old story-nothing new under the sun....

Age Calls for Close Inspection

The Islander 36 is a fairly light-displacement boat. The hand-laid hull is an uncored, single skin, with polyester resin and fiberglass furniture components adding...

The Modern Classic Racer-Cruiser

The Islander 36 was built from 1971 to 1985, making it one of the longest-lived 36-footers ever on the U.S. market. More than 750...

Beneteau 393

Beneteau is one of the few builders (along with perhaps Catalina, Hunter, and its own corporate cousin, Jeanneau) whose volume of production can generate...

Beneteau First 36.7

From her office in France, Madame Annette Beneteau Roux, granddaughter of her company's founder, Benjamin Beneteau, oversees the largest boatbuilding company in the world. In...

Heavy Glass Hull Marks Tayana 37 Boat

The hull of the Tayana 37 is a fairly heavy, solid-glass layup. Some roving print-through is evident in the topsides. In the past, the...

C&C 40: What You Should Know | Boat Review

Looking to buy a 38-42 foot sailboat for less than $50,000? Considering a C&C 40? See a C&C Sailboat for sale? What are the...