SpinSheet columnist and surveyor Capt. Tarn Kelsey reviews the Beneteau 40, a popular "big" cruising sailboat.
After recently surveying a Hunter 45 Deck Saloon sailboat, the findings were that the boat had aged remarkably well. ~By Tarn Kelsey
The overall fit and finish and overall build quality of the European-built Hanse 413 appears above average.
The Tartan 3500 was introduced in the early 90s as a higher end performance cruiser. ~By Capt. Tarn Kelsey
Used boat review for the Jeanneau Deck Saloon (DS) 42, a good option to the traditional center or aft cockpit cruising design. ~by Tarn Kelsey
Chesapeake Bay marine surveyor Tarn Kelsey explains what he enjoys and has learned about used models of the Alerion 28 Express.
Any serious discussion regarding offshore cruising boats needs to include the domestically built Valiant 42
The Outbound 46 is a quality, heavy displacement bluewater cruiser with a fit and finish well above average.
Considered a smaller boat by today’s cruisers’ standards, the interior space and layout of the Catalina 320 feels like a larger boat.

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