by Charles J. Doane, Posted November 17, 2011The twin rudders on this beamy cruiser ensure excellent helm control even when hard on the wind at an aggressive angle of heel. The wide transom incorporates an enormous flip-down swim platform that is raised and lowered with an electric motor and will undoubtedly make you the envy of the anchorage.
corsairmarine.comSPECSLOA: 24ft 4inLWL: 23ft 1inBeam (folded)
by Peter Nielsen, Posted November 17, 2011South African builder Robertson and Caine consistently hits the mark with its cruising/charter cats, designed by American firm Morrelli & Melvin. The new 44 combines practicality, volume and decent performance in a capable-looking package.
fluidyachts.com SPECS LOA: 40ft, 8in LWL:
by David Schmidt, Posted November 17, 2011The Farr 400’s all-carbon construction, powerful sailplan and excellent deck and cockpit layout make it a convincing successor to the aging Farr 40. The 400’s lifting keel and two-part carbon mast (supported by EC6 standing rigging) also allow for cost-effective shipping in a 40-foot container, facilitating international competition.
jeanneauamerica.com SPECS LOA: 43ft, 9in Beam: 14ft Displacement: 21,450lbs. Draft: 7ft,
cata-lagoon.com SPECS LOA: 56ft LWL: 54ft Beam:
dufour-yachts.com SPECS LOA: 44ft, 3in LWL: 39ft
nautorswan.com SPECS LOA: 66ft LWL: 56ft, 5in Beam: 17ft, 8in Draught: