Sailboats 36-40ft

Cal 40

Thunderbird, a Cal 40 owned by IBM president T. Vincent Learson, took first in fleet over 167 boats in the 1966 Bermuda Race. Because...

Block Island 40

Eric Woods, wearing shorts and sneakers, and a baseball cap with the bill backwards, looks a lot like Johnny Carson as he finishes setting...

Bristol 39/40

The Bristol 39 and Bristol 40 are basically the same boat, even though the specifications state that the Bristol 40 is nearly a foot...

Freedom 36

Freedom Yachts were the invention of Garry Hoyt back in the early 1970s. An advertising executive and champion one-design sailor, Hoyt reached a stage...

Endeavour 37

Tampa Bay, in some respects, is the new Taiwan of American boatbuilding. Lost in the miles of nondescript tin warehouses, surrounded by chain link...

Crealock 37

The Crealock 37 is the largest boat built by Pacific Seacraft, a California company that has carved a comfortable and ever-growing niche in the...

Columbia 36

It's hard to believe, especially for those of us who learned to sail in the 1960s, that fiberglass sail boats built back then are...

Cheoy Lee Clipper 36/42

Cheoy Lee Shipyards of Hong Kong is one of the first molders of fiberglass boats in Asia. Production began in the early 1960s and...

C & C Landfall 38

The C&C Landfall 38 was the midsize boat in the Canadian company’s three-boat Landfall range, which also included a 35- and a 43- footer....

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 36.2

Jeanneau was founded in 1956 by Frenchman Henri Jeanneau, who was primarily interested in building small outboard-powered boats. By the early 1970s, however, the...