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This Express 37 is a proven winner,. . . With a large main cabin and V-berth there are accommodations for a family of 4-6 for overnights and weeklong cruising here on the Great Lakes
(from wickopedia.com) The Express 37 finished first, second and third in its debut at the 1985 Transpacific Yacht Race.
In a 2005 used boat review in Sailing Magazine, writer John Kretschmer concluded of the design, "The Express 37 offers exhilarating performance both on and off the racecourse. And although one-design fleets are shrinking, most 37s have a lot of speed left in them. Also, following the trend of their boats, as racing sailors get older and migrate toward more casual sailing, a logical decision might be to convert a 37 into more of a cruising boat."
Marine surveyor and naval architect, Jack Hornor described the design in a 2007 review, "the Express 37 will appeal to sailors interested in racing more than the dedicated cruiser; although, there is no reason these mid-1980s models can’t serve double duty for prospective buyers looking for a reasonably priced, solidly constructed racer/cruiser...Although contemporary in appearance, Schumacher’s respect for the beauty of traditional, well balanced boats is apparent in this design."
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|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Fresh Water Tank||81 gal ()|