Carl Alberg

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1900 - 1986

Carl Alberg photo

Although a Swede by birth, the vast majority of his designs were built in the US where he spent most of his life. Alberg's career coincided with the newly developing fiberglass construction techniques beginning in the late 1950's and the founding of Pearson Yachts, one of the pioneers in the field. Thousands of boats, designed by Alberg were built by Pearson, Cape Dory, and others, and are sailing to this day.
Carl Albergs plans are now owned by the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA USA.

Sailboats Designed By Carl Alberg

Model LOA First Built
ALBERG 22 22.00 ft / 6.71 m 1970
ALBERG 23 22.50 ft / 6.86 m 1970
ALBERG 29 29.25 ft / 8.92 m 1976
ALBERG 30 30.27 ft / 9.23 m 1962
ALBERG 34 34.08 ft / 10.39 m 1984
ALBERG 35 34.75 ft / 10.59 m 1961
ALBERG 37 37.17 ft / 11.33 m 1967
ARIEL 26 (PEARSON) 25.58 ft / 7.80 m 1962
BRISTOL 19 (SAILSTAR CORINTHIAN 19) 19.54 ft / 5.96 m 1966
BRISTOL 27 27.16 ft / 8.28 m 1966
BRISTOL 27 (WEEKENDER) 27.16 ft / 8.28 m 1966
CAPE DORY 22 22.33 ft / 6.81 m 1981
CAPE DORY 25D 25.00 ft / 7.62 m 1981
CAPE DORY 26 25.92 ft / 7.90 m 1984
CAPE DORY 27 27.08 ft / 8.25 m 1977
CAPE DORY 28 28.12 ft / 8.57 m 1974
CAPE DORY 30C 30.21 ft / 9.21 m 1976
CAPE DORY 30K 30.21 ft / 9.21 m 1976
CAPE DORY 31 31.33 ft / 9.55 m 1983
CAPE DORY 32 32.16 ft / 9.80 m 1986
CAPE DORY 33 33.04 ft / 10.07 m 1980
CAPE DORY 330 33.05 ft / 10.07 m 1985
CAPE DORY 36 36.13 ft / 11.01 m 1978
CAPE DORY 40 40.17 ft / 12.24 m 1984
CAPE DORY 45 45.25 ft / 13.79 m 1982


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