Neither, something fin keel
with good light air capability.
One of my friends at the marina has an Alberg 30
, I've sailed it a fair amount.
Very nice boats but slow and don't point as high, which is a big thing in our area if you want to head
towards Toronto, wind
is usually from that direction.
More often you are flying your biggest sails
as opposed to a working jib
and reefed main.
Early evening the wind
usually drops off to nothing.
The Alberg is also very tender
initially, only really gets up and going when you have the rail under water
, waterline gets longer as the boat heels more.
Being said both those boats are on my long list for my next boat when I take off to do some cruising in warmer saltwater. Not my ideal Great Lakes boat though. I personally would be looking at a C&C
30, CS30, Catalina
Case of function over form, none of these boats have the classic lines.