Mark Soverel

1949 - 2002


Mark Soverel was a well known American raceboat designer and sailor. Bill Soverel, Marks father, built boats in his North Palm Beach, Fla. boatyard, Soverel Marine and affixed the Soverel name to them. Among the designs attributed to Mark Soverel where the SOVEREL 26, a MORC winner, the SOVEREL 33, an ultralight production-racer, the one-tonner 'Moody Blue', the 39-foot 'Volition', and possibly the most famous Soverel design, the 43-foot 'Locura', which represented the United States at the Admiral’s Cup in 1983.

Sailboats Designed By Mark Soverel

Model LOA First Built
SOVEREL 26 (1975) 26.20 ft / 7.99 m 1975
SOVEREL 27 26.52 ft / 8.08 m 1986
SOVEREL 30 (1979) 29.75 ft / 9.07 m 1979
SOVEREL 33 (1983) 33.00 ft / 10.06 m 1983
SOVEREL 36 (1975) 35.83 ft / 10.92 m 1975
SOVEREL 36 (1975) CB 35.83 ft / 10.92 m 1975
SOVEREL 39 38.42 ft / 11.71 m 1984
SOVEREL 50RC 49.67 ft / 15.14 m 1985


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