Sailboats 36-40ft

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...

Centurion 40S

Wauquiez, the French boatbuilding firm, has existed on the fringes of the American sailing community for two decades, but throughout the majority of that...

Etap 37s

Unlike the bastions of this industry that were founded by sailors interested in manufacturing boats, Etap, the parent company of Etap Yatching, was formed...

Corsair 36

Twenty years ago, when Corsair Marine first entered the U.S. market with the F-27 trimaran (which PS reviewed in September, 1990), "family" multihulls were...

Cal 35

When you create a boat that's universally celebrated as "the most successful production raceboat ever," what do you do for an encore? In 1966...

Dufour 36 Classic

Dufour Yachts was founded in 1964 in La Rochelle, France, by Michel Dufour, when he introduced a popular 30-footer called the Arpege. The boat...

Cabo Rico 38: Used Boat Survey

If we made a short list of traditional-looking cruising boats with trailboards and oodles of teak that dreamy-eyed readers most want to know about,...

Catalina 36 MK II

Now the largest manufacturer of sailboats in the US, Catalina Yachts was formed in 1970, two years after founder Frank Butler was fired by...

CS 36

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

Tartan 3700 & 4100

It only makes sense that a 41-foot boat will be significantly faster than a 37-foot sistership, right?That a 41-footer will have significantly larger living...

Catalina 445: What You Should Know | Boat Review

Looking to buy a 40-50 foot sailboat? Considering a Catalina 445? See a Catalina 445 for sale? What are the pros and cons of...