produce moderately priced, production fiberglass boats. They’re especially known for their Caliber 33 and 35 models. The hull is constructed of solid fiberglass and resin laminate. These are substantial and closely spaced floors throughout the bilge and unlike many boats in this size and price range, Caliber does not use pre-fabricated fiberglass liners blindly secured in place with adhesive bonding materials. Instead, Caliber secures each bulkhead and joiner component with two to four layers of hand-laid fiberglass cloth and resin. The accommodations on both the Caliber 33 and 35 are virtually identical. There is a V-berth cabin forward followed by a starboard head with integral shower. The main saloon, with 6' 3" headroom, features a full-length settee/berth along the port side, an L-shaped starboard settee and a table that folds up against the forward bulkhead. There is an efficient U-shaped galley aft to port and a starboard quarter berth cabin/navigation station with a bi-fold partition to close it off from the saloon. Owners of Caliber are nearly unanimous in their praise of the boats and their sailing characteristics. In summery, Caliber yachts are well-built boats that offer excellent value and have maintained their resale value very well over the years.