The Soverel 33 is a high performance racing yacht, launched in 1983 by renowned racing sailor and designer Mark Soverel. It was primarily intended as a one-design fleet but, although approximately 90 boats were built, that never quite happened. The boat was a success as a racer and a forerunner to the modern sports boat with its light displacement (5,300-5,900 lbs depending on builder), large sail area and open transom.
Oh Baby is still winning out on the race course. Fresh off a Wednesday night race and overall victory. Oh Baby could sure shake up your local
standings. With re-powering of the engine to upgrading the equipment, Oh Baby is poised to make your summer a whole lot more interesting. A recent list of upgrades, means all this vessel needs is you. List of upgrades available upon request. If you care about performance, this boat should not be passed by.
The boats were built by four different builders. The first 69 boats were built at Bill Soverel's plant in Florida. Five (with flush decks) were produced at Republic Boats in California in 1984. 19 were built by George Olson's Pacific Yachts in 1985 and the balance (about 10) were built by Tartan Yachts in North Carolina and later Grand River, Ohio. It should be noted that Oh Baby was one of the Tartan built Soverels which denotes quality right from the start! Its a must see and sail!
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For Hank Boissoneault, Sailing is truly a family affair. Introduced to sailing by big brother Bryan, sailing has become a family hobby since 1970. Growing up in Sandusky, Ohio The Interlake was the natural choice for the racing sailor designed by Francis Sweisguth in 1932. The boat design was commissioned by the Sandusky Sailing Club and is home to Fleet #1. Hank served as class president, class champion and has participated in Interlake events since the late 1970’s.