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06-08-2014 02:20 PM
Re: Alberg 37

Here is a fine A37, very nice indeed, yes? And of the rare ketch variety as well.

06-19-2013 02:09 PM
Re: Alberg 37

Preble boy,

If you are still searching. We have a 1975 Alberg 37 that has not yet been listed. It has been completely refit in Marathon, Fl. We recently had it shipped via semi to Michigan, where we now live and have decided to sell. We purchased a home and are starting a family. Please email if interested in photos and more info.
Captashleymac at gmail dot com
This is not a fixer upper.
12-27-2012 04:47 PM
Re: Alberg 37

Thread Jack and Bump:

I am in the market for an Alberg 37 and if anyone is interested in selling but has not posted anywhere, please let me know.
08-19-2010 09:26 AM

Hey Oakland. I agree about the 35 website, , Philyria,the 35 I bought and restored close to two years ago, still appears as up for sale. Don't know what is up with the website but there are still plenty of 35s actively sailing. Would think there would be an active website. Starting an unhurried, single-handed circumnav this fall.
07-31-2010 12:14 AM
oaklandsailor Gentlemen: Can any of you put in touch with one or more A35 owners who are making passages in their boats? The Alberg 35 website hasn't been updated in some time and it isn't easy to find individuals who I can talk to about voyaging in this particular yacht.

07-01-2010 08:48 PM
chacomax any further update on this thread about seeking an A37?
04-17-2010 06:42 AM
tamata I flew to Houston and took a look at Good News. Overall a sound boat I believe, though I had to call off the survey. Her condition has deteriorated since the photos were taken and we couldn't agree on a price. A very nice repowering job and some nice deck hardware and race rigging, but I plan on sailing rather than motoring and cruising rather than racing and she'd need considerable work for that. Topsides, interior, bow roller, plumbing, electrical. The costs would take her out of the money. I see there has been a price reduction since I saw her, but I'm looking at another A37 now. Might take another run at her if this deal doesn't come together and the price gets right.
02-10-2010 07:37 PM
Originally Posted by tamata View Post
And a pretty boat she is. I see that her sistership is for sale. I've been considering A37s. What can you tell me about her?
She (Good News) is a great boat. I know lots of money spent has been spent on her over the years. engine, new standing rigging and I think she is in ready to go condition at present. I always admired the extra woodwork down below on Good News. I think it was a pretty highly optioned boat when new.
02-10-2010 04:45 PM
Shared Watch and Good News

Originally Posted by sharedwatch View Post
You must not be counting the Gulf of Mexico otherwise you would know that I until yesterday owned the finest Alberg 37 in the sea! I sold her yesterday to my neighbor. I do agree with you though these are amazing sailing boats in light, medium or heavy air. You simply need the right gears for the winds.

I wanted something a little bigger so purchased an Alden Caravelle. She's 42 LOA and similar in proportions to the A-37.

Why not post a pic of your Alberg for us to see?

Here's mine and the Caravelle below.
And a pretty boat she is. I see that her sistership is for sale. I've been considering A37s. What can you tell me about her?
01-25-2009 02:25 PM
captainkip HI matey! thanks for reminding me about your alberg 37 and the pic. I think i did see your A37 in san carlos and i takked to you as well. My boat was on a moring for around 4 months before i moved her to Guymas do you ever look at tha A37 website? tell your friend about it. I am refitting Folie Douce for a circumnavigation starting in two 2009 Perhaps we will meet on the high seas, till then fair winds...Capt. Kip
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