Builder of high-performance racing boats many of which are suitable for some level of cruising.
Established in 1994, the Hall of Fame has been inducting two or three US-made boats a year since then, all of them important developments in sailing design for the mass market.
Horner reviews the thinking behind this racer/weekender design, its construction methods, and its history, including pricing history. He identifies design or construction problems that have been found in older boats. Comments include: "the large cockpit and open decks make for an ideal daysailer and the interior is certainly workable for short-term cruising."