Used Sailboat Reviews

Here you will find in-depth boat reviews of a variety of cruising yachts and racing sailboats including cutters, catboats, sloops, ketches, schooners, yawls, monohulls, multihulls, and everything in-between. To find more sailboat reviews, click "Next" at bottom of the page or enter your query into the search box at the top of the page. (ex. Beneteau Review)

The Nantucket Alerion is not to be confused with the modern fiberglass “stretched” Alerion 28, sometimes called the Alerion Express when rigged with the revolutionary self-trimming jib...
The Bali concept was to provide catamarans that were more cruising oriented while remaining competitively priced... ~By Capt Tarn Kelsey
Between the mid-1970s until the early 2000s, Cabo Rico was known as one of several quality builders marketing moderate- to heavy-displacement, semi-custom...
The Andrews 38, a true racer-cruiser sailboat with the emphasis on “racer,” was designed to be raced but also comfortably handled by an experienced cruising couple.
The Arcona 435z is a quality European build that could represent a significant shift in the recreational sailboat industry. ~By Capt. Tarn Kelsey
The Sundeer 60 is a limited production, domestically built performance sailing cruiser with a narrow beam, distinctive plumb bow, and long low sheer that looks all business.
X-Yachts sailboat quality, design, and dealer network has remained consistent for performance sailing vessels. ~By Capt. Tarn Kelsey
Caliber is/was a family-owned, American, Florida-based sailboat builder started by George and Michael McLeary as a garage/backyard affair
Southerly is a quality English sailing yacht builder with a unique swing keel design. ~By Capt. Tarn Kelsey