Sailboats 36-40ft

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...

Shannon 37 & 39 Vintage

The main difference between the two layouts is the location of the head. In one, the head is aft, at the base of the...

Sydney Yachts 36CR

 The Sydney 36CR reflects the agony and the ecstasy of modern handicap racing. Her designers aim was a durable, sexy, race-ready boat with hassle-free...

Far Harbour 39, Container Yachts Tested

Take an International 110, stretch it out to 39 feet, give it a cambered deck, raised pilothouse, and the interior comforts of a couples...

C&C 115

Ever since they started molding fiberglass production boats, its been possible to win a race in one. Think of Burgoo, a Pearson 39-footer that...

Seawind 1160

Shortly before Ben Lexcens Australia II shook up the New York Yacht Club and the world by walking off with the Americas Cup, some...

Finngulf 37

Sailors who are enamored with performance, European styling, and the interior joinery and construction standards you expect from Scandinavian craftsmen should take a close...

Najad 380

Not everyone knows that a "naiad" is a water nymph. Nor might all sailors know that Najad is a Swedish builder of top-shelf cruising...

Hunter 38

Hunter Marine has a reputation as a builder of boats for sailors who favor creature comforts over performance. Some recent models from the company...

X-40

A small blip on the radar screen of the U.S. sailing community, X-Yachts of Denmark celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2004 by totally revamping...