The boat is designed to excel in light air, and my test sail proved it was up to the task.
Just when a seasoned boat reviewer thinks he’s seen all the possible variations among midsize cruising monohulls, along comes a vessel to jar him out of that notion. The Delphia 37 did that for me. The designer is unknown in America, the factory is in Poland, and the boat is a delight to sail.
On DeckThe deck and cockpit will work nicely for daysailing,
Naval architect Bill Langan wants you to know: "This country needs an enlightened conversation about which rating rules work for what purpose, and why."
Cool, but whenever I write about rating rules, first I take a deep breath, and I say a little prayer . . .
A decision by leading New England clubs to create a 2007-season IRC/PHRF split at PHRF