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2015 Catalina 22 Sport

2015 Catalina 22 Sport

Oriental, North Carolina

Make Catalina

Model 22 Sport

Category Sailboats

Posted Over 1 Month

2015 Catalina 22 Sport The Catalina 22 Sport is undoubtedly the all-time-best trailerable 22' sailboat.  With excellent sailing characteristics, shallow draft, and a comfortable interior the Catalina 22 is the right choice.  We have in stock a new 22 Sport including road ready galvanized trailer with the most important factory options already installed.  Call today to outfit this boat to suit your needs.

1989 Catalina Wing Keel

1989 Catalina Wing Keel

Mobile, Alabama

Model Wing Keel

1989 Catalina Wing Keel In 1980, Sail Magazine names the Catalina 22 "trailerable boat of the decade" and hull #10,000 was completed. In 1990 hull #15,000 is done. This boat is a fun weekender or great for day sailing. She comes with a single axel trailer and a 2009 6 HP Tohatsu.

1980 White Hall 16' Sailing Boat

1980 White Hall 16' Sailing Boat

Sister Bay, Wisconsin

Make White Hall

Model 16' Sailing Boat

1980 White Hall 16' Sailing Boat This 16 foot B & S Whitehall is a sailing and rowing boat . Based on the original Whitehall design with a  fiberglass hull and finished in mahogany. Striking in both beauty and function she's easily trailerable and can be single handedly sailed or rowed.

2007 Hunter 25

2007 Hunter 25

Traverse City, Michigan

Make Hunter

2007 Hunter 25 This is a one owner truly "Turn Key" Hunter 25. "Drifter" has been used only 2 weeks per year and stored on the trailer under its custom full winter cover the rest of the time until 2014. She has been in a seasonal slip the last two seasons. She is powered by a Nissan 9.8 four stroke motor with an EZ. Steer linkage to the rudder for easy steering in tight quarters.  One of the largest trailerable models being built by Hunter Marine, and benefits from her fixed shoal keel design. With 35% of the displacement as keel ballast, the stability is excellent. This allows you to carry a generous sail plan for performance while having the confident feeling of a stable platform. The large cockpit will accommodate your family and friends to enjoy the spirit of sailing in a comfortable way.   She features a spacious cabin with a V-berth, aft cabin, enclosed head, sink, and cabinets for storage.  Request Information Call Now

2001 Crowther Osborn 42 Super Shockwave

2001 Crowther Osborn 42 Super Shockwave

Clearwater, Florida

Make Crowther

Model Osborn 42 Super Shockwave

2001 Crowther Osborn 42 Super Shockwave Strong, Light, and FAST"Green Flash" Is Extraordinary  The Osborn 42 was a collaborative project between Bruce Osborne and Dave Calvert (Calvert Sail-loft).  Her hulls are based on the fast and proven Super Shockwave 42 by legendary multihull designer Lock Crowther of Australia.   Morelli and Melvin (Playstation maxi cat designers) did the structural engineering, and the underwater foils were designed by Bill Roberts (designer of the Supercat and RC27 and 30). Osborn and Calvert set out to build a cat that could be ultra competitive in open water racing, and cruised in relative comfort.  The builders utilized carbon fiber, epoxy and Corecell construction to make her incredibly light and strong, weighing in around 7,500 lbs.  A 16:1 hull fineness ratio makes her incredibly fast (popular trailerable trimarans have a 8:1 ratio, and are considered fast).  With her high-tech construction, deep daggerboards and spade rudders, this cat will outpoint any other cat of similar size to weather. She raced the Miami to Nassau race in '05 and '06, winning both in corrected time and first to finish. Her previous owner reports her top speed was 27 knots in race mode.   She now cruises between 8-12 knots in her current configuration.  Her current owner of the past 7 years has taken the boat one step further and has customized her into a true blue water fast cruiser.  Green flash safely cruised from the Gulf Coast of FL, through the South Pacific and is now located in Hawaii.  Green flash is a one of a kind catamaran that will appeal to go-fast sailors that prefer boat speed over extravagant interiors.  Her owner is currently anchored in Molokai, HI.  Make an appointment to see her in Hawaii, before her owner makes his next jump to New Zealand.  Fresh Bottom paint June 2015!

1988 Hunter 23

1988 Hunter 23

Muskegon, Michigan

1988 Hunter 23 This freshwater only Hunter 23 is well above average in overall condition and well above any other Hunter 23 that you will find. Extremely well maintained. This is a Hunter 23 that you can take pride in owning. Merri-Lee is a good performer and will give you hours and hours of enjoyable sailing.Many sailors started with the Hunter 23 and all will tell you that the boat delivered everything they needed in a trailerable, manageable boat. The shallow wing keel not only allows you to get her on the trailer easily, but allows the boat to sail upwind nicely and even do that in less than 3 feet of water. Great for gunk holing. Come and see Merri-Lee today!

1985 Catalina 22 Sloop

1985 Catalina 22 Sloop

Charleston, South Carolina

Model 22 Sloop

1985 Catalina 22 Sloop   “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE.  ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED.   General Description The Catalina 22 is a wonderful, trailerable sail boat for solo sailing. The swing keel can get you into shallow water, while still providing superb stability and sailability. Actual Condition The boat is reported to have a crack in the hull, just forward of the keel. The boat and trailer show well, and appear to be in good condition. * We highly recommend that you inspect the vessel before bidding. EquipmentThis sale includes a Magic Tilt  Single-Axle Bunk Galvanized Trailer.Engines Please read Motors and Machinery Disclaimer. Motors and Machinery DisclaimerNo statement of condition can be made regarding motors, engines or machinery, whatsoever. A photo may appear of the engine compartment and machinery, but it is entirely the buyers responsibility to inspect and determine their actual condition. * On occasion we receive unverified information regarding mechanical condition. MD 9210 CF LAM

1977 American Fiberglass Mini-Tonner, pocket cruiser

1977 American Fiberglass Mini-Tonner, pocket cruiser

Chatham, Massachusetts

Make American Fiberglass

Model Mini-Tonner, Pocket Cruiser

1977 American Fiberglass Mini-Tonner, pocket cruiser COOL 17' shoal draft pocket cruiser. Garelick transom bracket.   Modified keel/centerboard design assures stability. Strongly built boat. Easy mast step with on-deck tabernacle. Cuddy cabin could sleep 4, with two pilot berths and forward Vee Cushion sin good order. Classic mini-cruiser. Main and jib in fine order. Good stainless standing rigging and fittings. Cabin lights, running lights. Battery. Boat pole, cockpit cushion, new sail cover. Flares, anchor and rode. Opening hatch. Framed dodger. Good cabin cushion upholstery. New porta pottie. Tiller steering with extension arm. Fenders. Cookware. Trailer included, and even has a spare tire. Manageable, trailerable little sailer. Priced to sell.  Call today.

2003 Precision 23

2003 Precision 23

Indianapolis, Indiana

Make Precision

2003 Precision 23 With today's medium-size family cars, the Precision 23 might well be termed a "maxi-trailerable." It far outstrips existing boats in terms of usable space, both on deck and below, with bulkheads intentionally trimmed back to avoid subdividing the visual space. The Precision 23 hull represents a very careful refinement of the basic form that has proven so successful in all of Precision's trailerable cruisers, featuring "racer sharp" waterline entry, substantial flare in the topside forward, and powerful quarters that taper to a shapely and relatively small transom. This combination of features provides a reassuring margin of both reserve buoyancy forward and "knockdown stability." The well-proven keel-centerboard combination is the most practical solution for combining upwind efficiency with very shoal draft. The long, shallow keel, kick-up rudder, and non-corroding fiberglass centerboard of the P-23 are all essential to her remarkable upwind performance. The fixed portion of the keel not only houses the board completely below the cabin sole, but it also allows the ballast to be placed as low as possible for increased stability. For trailerable boats, winged keels are more of an inexpensive expedient than a sensible design. In order to be effective with the very shallow draft required for trailering, the wings have to be so broad as to be awkward and prone to damage at the launching ramp, and very difficult to work free from the inevitable mud banks. The simple fractional rig of the P-23 features chainplates placed well inboard, another vital ingredient to her impressive speed to windward. Her mainsail is very large in order to provide good performance without the jib when desired. The cockpit is 7 feet 3 inches long, with coamings high enough to keep the crew securely inside, and the low and sleekly-styled cabin house provides excellent visibility forward. Special emphasis has gone into giving the P-23 her particularly bright and uncluttered interior. The typical intrusive mast compression post is replaced by a rugged overhead support beam. The especially large companionway, cabin windows and forward hatch contribute to the feeling of light and open space. The double berth forward is generous, and there are full-size berths aft which will accommodate three, although the expectation is that she will be cruised most often by a family, or perhaps two couples. A space for portable head is forward, and the fixed galley is aft, where it is convenient to both cabin and cockpit. Cushioned backrests amidships provide comfortable seating for up to six. Both seats and coamings are precisely angled for maximum comfort both upright and heeled, the result of very careful ergonomic design development. There is an anchor locker forward, a fuel tank storage bin to port, and a large cockpit locker with storage shelf to starboard.

2013 J Boats J/70

2013 J Boats J/70

Corpus Christi, Texas

Make J Boats

2013 J Boats J/70 The J/70 introduces a new dimension of fun, fast sailing in a stable, easy to own boat. A natural evolution of its J pedigree, the J/70's 22-foot long waterline with high aspect, all carbon rig and deep, lifting bulb keel provides spirited performance and stability that feels like a much larger boat. Knifing through the water upwind with confidence and ease, the J/70 has that legendary “J” feel - light, controllable with a wide-groove to sail consistently fast. With an adjustable cascading backstay, one has total control over sail shape and dynamic rig tension across the full range of conditions, making it not only easy to change gears on the J/70, but faster and safer. Off the wind, J/70 will simply light-up the crew with a smile! Set the masthead asymmetrical spinnaker off the retractable carbon bowsprit, point the J/70 where you want with its deep, high-aspect rudder and the J/70 pops up on a plane and takes off in a moderate breeze. SAILOR FRIENDLY J/70 is all about making sailing inclusive, not exclusive. With its easily driven hull, large cockpit, and manageable three sail inventory, the J/70 is perfect for three adults, two couples, or four juniors. Sailing is about friends, it’s the joy of sharing the experience with others. When your family and friends can enjoy sailing in all weather, the return on investment will be high. TRAILERABLE- EASY TRANSPORT & LAUNCHING In today’s crowded harbors, it’s not always possible or economical to own a permanent mooring, marina slip or rent space in a dry lot with crane. J/70 offers a practical solution. Launch at the local boat ramp, raise the lightweight all carbon rig, lower the lifting bulb keel, hoist the sails and off you go on a sailing adventure in less than 30 minutes. The only limitations are how far you want to drive and willingness to camp in the great outdoors. Trailerable behind a family minivan or SUV, you can go anywhere.   Turn key everything you need to race or sail: VELOCITEK ProStart Starting, Tactical Compass and Speed Instrument Standard Stainless Steel running rigging Backstay flicker Shroud locks Keel Crane Companionway cover Complete set of boat covers, top, rudder, tiller, boom, mast covers and jib Life line pads Dock lines and fenders Sails: 2013 Quantum mainsail 2013 Quantum jib 2013 Quantum spinnaker 2015 UK mainsail (used four times) 2015 UK jib (used four times) 2014 UK spinnaker w/Graphic (used 3 times) Trailer with LED, tie downs

1995 Sam L Morse Falmouth Cutter

1995 Sam L Morse Falmouth Cutter

Bellevue, Washington

Make Sam L Morse

Model Falmouth Cutter

Category Cruiser Sailboats

Finesse, hull #33 of 39, is a rare opportunity. She is a Lyle Hess design and factory finished by Sam L Morse. The Falmouth Cutter is featured in John Vigor's "Twenty Small Sailboats to Take You Anywhere." She is trailerable (trailer not included), and she has a functional mast tabernacle for that purpose. Auxiliary propulsion by a Yanmar 1GM10 diesel engine, with 15 gal fuel tank. Converted to 330 A-hr house batteries with additional start battery. Propane stove with broiler, running fresh water, raw water foot pump, Lavac toilet with 15 gal plastic holding tank, Maritron electronics with NMEA 2000 network, Garmin VHF-300 radio, Garmin AIS-600 transponder, Technautics refrigerator/freezer, and many other accessories and equipment. An extensive equipment list is available. Finesse is extensively restored and outfitted, this bluewater cruiser is in excellent condition and ready to go. She should be seen to appreciate her. Some informative links on the Falmouth Cutter: http://www.colebrothers.com/articles9/falmouth.html http://bluewaterboats.org/falmouth-cutter-22/ https://skyaboveus.com/water-sports/The-Falmouth-22-Cutter-A-Surprisingly-Small-Cruising-Sailboat http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?CLASS_ID=5545 http://www.capegeorgecutters.com/FC22/index.html http://www.sailingmates.com/fallmouth-cutter-review/ http://samlmorse.com/?a=falmouth_cutter https://hobosailorblog.wordpress.com/2016/01/20/falmouth-cutter-22/

1971 Morgan Sloop

1971 Morgan Sloop

Make Morgan

Model Sloop

Category Sloop Sailboats

1971 Morgan Sloop This is one of the early Charlie Morgan-designed and built heavy fiberglass boats that has stood the test of time. She will be the inexpensive home away from home, but she is on the water. She will go anywhere you care to go in the world. She's built just that tough. The shoal draft is a big plus in the North Channel or in the Bahamas. The International Harvester built engine has also stood the test of time and is ready to do a lot more. Solace 2 appears to be structurally sound on deck and hull. She will need some TLC on the exterior cosmetics, but overall in good condition for her age. She is also trailerable and therefore can be hauled to any location for a winter getaway or just traveling long distance in a short time period. This is a heavy duty triple axle trailer. Do it today!

2010 Macgregor 26M

2010 Macgregor 26M

Spring Lake, Michigan

Make Macgregor

2010 Macgregor 26M The Macgregor 26M is a trailerable coastal cruiser, powerboat, ski boat, party barge and floating home all wrapped into one hull. The obvious design compromises in a motorboat-sailboat hybrid have made many owners smile. The Macgregor 26 is a hybrid appealing primarily to trailersailors strapped for time and concerned about the rising cost of slip and mooring fees. At 26 feet it is simple to rig and sail, and just as easy to transport. Instead of chugging with the diesel at 4 knots, the Macgregor 26M speeds along at 22 mph. The boat was also able to explore quiet coves or nestle onto sandy beaches because its twin rudders and daggerboard that require only 12 inches water when retracted. This Macgregor 26M is a ONE OWNER BOAT. She was purchase NEW from the Factory in June of 2010. The boat is currently under the winter cover at the sellers home and is in need of a very good detailing. She is equipped with a lot of extra gear. Make arrangements for your personal showing today...........

1976 South Coast 22

1976 South Coast 22

Colonial Beach, Virginia

Make South Coast

1976 South Coast 22 The SC 22 was the most numerous of the South Coast boats with over 3,000 produced. Desiring to capitalize on the emerging trailerable cruising sailboat market, South Coast redesigned the Alberg SC 21, lengthening the boat, installing a bigger doghouse, and replacing the fin keel with a swing keel. The result was a fast, versatile and seaworthy trailerable pocket cruiser. At one time there was an active one-design racing fleet, with an annual regatta held in Shreveport, Louisiana. The 22 was reasonably fast, a little tender, and a lot of fun to sail. It will keep up with a Catalina 22, but a comparably equipped boat will probably cost less money. SC 22s can be found around the country. The 22s had a roomy cockpit. The layout on most boats featured a v-berth forward. Going aft on the starboard side there was a sink/counter/storage. Going aft on the port was a port-a-potty and a quarterberth which converted into a not-very-roomy table. Electronics and Navigation Gear: Hand Tiller Helm and full gauges Galley Equipment: Pressurized Cold Freshwater System with Water Tank and Stainless Sink.   Accommodations - Sleep Six Forward V Berth Dinette converts to berth, Single Quarter Berths. Electrical System: 12 V DC Panel Mechanical Equipment: Manual Bilge Pump Deck and Hull Equipment: Folding Step Ladder, Adult Life Jackets and Flare Kit, Fire Extinguishers, Anchor Mast and Sail Information: Mainsail, working Jib

2007 Open 5.7

2007 Open 5.7

Port Sanilac, Michigan

2007 Open 5.7 The Open 5.7 was Sailing Worlds 2007 one-design Boat of the Year.Stark, simple and well manufactured, the Open 5.70 is unsinkable and cannot capsize. The easy to handle asymmetrical spinnaker drives the boat downwind at high speed that can exceed 18 knots. Setting up the boat is very simple: the mast stepping and the launching can be done on your own. For weekend racing or sailing, its trailerable size allows to tow it behing your car with a standard car license. As an international OD Class, the Open 5.70 is a fantastic, fast sport boat supported by a friendly and active class association.More performance per dollar than you will find anywhere. Fun, fast and easy to sail, this sailboat is 19 feet of pure adrenaline. Trailerable and ready to launch in a half hour.

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7 Best Trailerable Sailboats for Cruising

Many sailors balk at the idea of leaving their boat in the water at a marina. Slip fees are expensive, and maintenance bills get bigger the longer you leave a boat in the water. However, if you want a boat under 30 feet long, there are trailerable sailboats that will fit the bill.

Like any boat purchase, you’ll need to analyze precisely what kind of trailer sailer you want. Will a simple weekend sailboat suffice, or do you really need the best trailerable cruising sailboat you can find? 

Here’s a look at some of the pros and cons of the best trailerable sailboat. Plus, we’ll look at how to compare them for your purposes.

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Best trailerable sailboats, easy to launch trailerable sailboats, quick setup time, towing weight, catalina 22/25 “pop-top”, com-pac horizon cat for classic coastal cruising, marshall sanderling — small, portable, classy, west wight potter 19 — the tiny go-anywhere sailboat, seaward 26rk with retractable lead keel, corsair f-24 trimaran – sporty sailing, macgregor 26m — maximum speed meets maximum living space, long-range cruising boats, 7 best trailerable boats – a recap, what’s the best trailerable sailboat for a cruise, trailerable sailboats faqs.

  • Catalina 22/25
  • Com-Pac Horizon Cat
  • Marshall Sanderling
  • West Wight Potter 19
  • Seaward 26RK
  • Corsair F-24 Trimaran
  • MacGregor 26M
Catalina 22/25 with Pop-TopStanding headroom when pop-top extended; Feels much larger than it is; Allows freedom of movement for cooking, changing, etcPop-top only provides headroom in small section of boat; Later models lacked this feature
Com-Pac Horizon CatWell built; Quick-rig system for fast & simple setup; Separate head; Space to loungeNo mention of cons
Marshall SanderlingEasy to sail & tow; Traditional charm; Fiberglass hull; Option for electric motorVery small for cruising; No galley; Toilet not enclosed
West Wight Potter 19Reputation for go-anywhere cruiser; Hotplate, sink & porta-potty packed in; Easy setup & towingExtremely tight quarters; No mention of cons
Seaward 26RKHigh quality construction; Retractable keel provides stability & shallow draft; Lots of amenitiesHeavy – 6,000 lb towing weight
Corsair F-24 TrimaranVery lightweight & easy to tow; Offers adrenaline-pumping performance sailingNot ideal for offshore/rough conditions
MacGregor 26MMassive interior space; Towable behind most vehicles; Fast powerboat & sailboat capabilitiesNot built for offshore use; Not appealing for hardcore sailors

We’ll get into more detail about each brand in my post today, so hang tight!

What Is a Trailerable Sailboat, Exactly?

For this article, the priorities for a trailerable sailboat are:

  • Easy to launch
  • Require minimum setup to launch and store
  • Lightweight enough to be towed by the average vehicle

Before you can really classify a sailboat as trailerable, you need to evaluate and narrow your search criteria. Truthfully, 50-plus-foot ocean-going sailboats are regularly put on trailers. But that’s done commercially, on a big rig, with special permits for oversized loads, and even led cars.  

That probably isn’t what most people mean when they think of a trailerable sailboat. But what is the priority here, the trailerable part or the sailboat part? Compromises are going to have to be made somewhere. 

If you’re looking at the 20-foot-and-under sailboat crowd, finding a trailerable example should not be hard. Most sailboats this size are designed for trailers anyway since they aren’t the sort of boats people want to pay to leave in a slip year-round.

Things get more interesting when you look at the 20 to 30-foot boats. In this class, there are stout ocean-going cruisers with deep keels and lightweight centerboard trailer sailboats designed from the get-go to be trailered by the average car or SUV. The differences between these boats are night and day.

Sailboats often have a hard time at boat ramps. First, deep keels mean that the trailer must extend farther into the water than the average boat ramp allows. This means the ramp needs to go back far enough, and the trailer tongue needs to be long enough not to swamp the car. 

If you have a boat like this, you’ll need to find the right boat ramps. Unfortunately, not all ramps are created equally. If your boat draws more than two or three feet on the trailer, you’re going to be limited to steep, paved, and high-quality boat ramps. Unfortunately, those aren’t standard features, so your cruising grounds are going to be limited.

Usually, ramps aren’t built steeply because they are often slippery. Your tow vehicle will need excellent traction and torque to pull your fully loaded boat out of a steep ramp. The steeper the ramp, the more trouble you’ll have. 

The alternative to finding steep ramps is to use a trailer tongue extender. This lets you get the trailer into deeper water without swamping the tow vehicle. But it also means that the ramp needs to extend deep enough. Many ramps end abruptly. Allowing your trailer to sink off the edge is an excellent way to get stuck or pop a tire.

Pick a boat as easy to launch and retrieve as a similarly sized powerboat to remove all of these boat ramp problems. The soft chines of most sailboats will always require a little more water, but a swing keel and the hinged rudder raised mean that the boat can sit low on the trailer bunks. That way, you only need one or two feet of water to launch, an easy feat at nearly every boat ramp you can find.

The next consideration for a sailboat to be portable enough to call it “trailerable” is the amount of time it takes to step the mast and get it ready to cruise. 

To accomplish this, you need a mast that can be stepped by a two-person team–maximum. Ideally, it will have some tabernacle hardware to enable one person to do the task for solo sailing.

There is an entire family of pocket cruisers that could ideally fit on trailers. But you won’t find the Fickas or the Falmouth cutters on my list, simply because they aren’t easy to launch or easy to rig. But, of course, they’re also too heavy for most vehicles to tow, which leads us to the final point of excluding them this trailable pocket cruiser’s list.

One of the most significant financial burdens the trailer sailer faces is their tow vehicle. You are all set if you already drive a two-ton dually diesel pickup truck. But if your daily driver is an SUV or light pickup, you need to think long and hard about the math of the towing equation. 

Whatever boat you buy cannot exceed the towing rating limits of your tow vehicle. If you don’t have a tow vehicle, you’ll need to buy one. This will double or triple the cost of getting a trailer sailer in most cases. For the same money, you may want to look at a boat that stays in the water at a traditional boat slip. For the cost of a trailer sailer and a tow vehicle, you can probably step into a nice boat that is larger and more comfortable than any towable.

If you have a tow vehicle, you need a light enough vessel for it to tow. Most modern SUVs tow less than 2,500 pounds. Anything more than 5,000 will require a full-size pickup. Remember that the tow weight isn’t just the boat’s displacement—it’s the empty hull weight, plus the weight of the trailer and any extra gear you need to pack into the boat. 

Finding a vessel that fits these limitations on weight isn’t easy. If the manufacturer’s goal is to make it towable, immediate limits are placed on the materials they can use. This means less seaworthiness since boats are built light and thin. As far as stability goes, lead keels are generally out, and water ballast systems or centerboards might be used instead. It doesn’t mean these boats aren’t safe and fun, but they aren’t designed for rough conditions, crossing oceans, or living on in the water full-time .

Trailerable sailboats are usually limited to the best paved ramps

7 Best Trailerable Cruising Sailboats

There are more trailerable sailboats out there than you might imagine. Here’s a look at seven popular options of all shapes and sizes to give you a taste of what you might want to take to sea.

The boats here are selected for their storage and living space. With these boats and a little outfitting, you can spend weeks gunk-holing in the Chesapeake Bay or island hopping the Bahamas. If you broaden your scope to include daysailers with no cabin space, there are countless more options.

One of the worst parts of a small trailerable sailboat or pocket cruiser is the lack of stand-up headroom. One clever solution that you’ll find on some weekend sailboat types is the pop-top. 

The pop-top is simply an area around the companionway hatch that extends upward on struts. So when you’re at the dock or anchor, you get standing headroom down below—at least right inside the pop-top.

You can build a canvas enclosure for your pop-top to use it in all weather. A pop-top makes your boat feel much larger than it is and allows you to move freely to cook or get changed down below or even do a nice boat bed area. 

Later models of the Catalina Sport 22 and Capri 22s lacked this cool pop-top feature, so if you want it, you’ll need to seek out an older model on the used market.

Com-Pac has been building small sailboats since the early 1970s. They currently sell two lines, each with various-sized boats. All are well built, and a majority of their boats are trailerable. 

Most interesting at the Com-Pac traditional catboats . The rigging is more straightforward than modern sloops, with only one large mainsail. Com-Pac boats come with a unique quick-rig system to make getting on the water fast and simple.

The Horizon Cat Coastal Cruising has a displacement of 2,500 pounds with a 2’2″ draft when the board is up. She has a separate head forward and space to lounge either topside or down below. The smaller Sun Cat has slightly few amenities but shaves off a few feet and pounds, making it easier to tow and it is one of these amazing small sailboats. Com-Pacs features stub keels, so their centerboard and hinged rudder do not take up space in the cabin.

On the sloop rig side, the Com-Pac 23 comes in a 3,000-pound traditional sailboat or a very interesting pilothouse. Both are incredibly livable for their size , with shallow two-foot-long fixed keels and high-quality construction.

Another option if you like catboats is the Marshall Sanderling. This salty 18-footer oozes traditional charm , all while being easy to sail and easier to tow. And while she has wooden boat lines, she has a modern laminated fiberglass hull.

The Sanderling has a 2,200-pound displacement, so tow weights will be around 3,000 pounds. At only 18-feet, she’s on the small side for cruising. The cuddy cabin has no galley, and the portable toilet is not enclosed. But that small size means a simple boat that’s easy to maintain and take anywhere. 

An electric motor package is an exciting option on this weekend sailboat!

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You can’t mention tiny trailer sailers without touching on the famous West Wight Potter . These 15 and 19-foot pocket cruisers have earned a worldwide reputation as the ultimate go-anywhere coastal cruiser.

The West Wight Potter 19 offers the most living space for staying aboard and cruising. So even though its dimensions are diminutive, this little boat packs a lot in. There’s a single burner hotplate and sink and a porta-potty tucked under a cushion. Yes, it’s tight—but the company claims the little boat can sleep five people. Any more than two will feel pretty crowded, however.

The boat comes standard with a mast-raising system that a single person can manage alone. It has a daggerboard for a shallow draft of a half-foot when the board is up. The total towing weight is around 1,500 pounds, which means nearly any car can tow a West Wight Potter.

This little-known trailer sailer is produced at the same Florida factory that makes Island Packet Yachts. That should give you a little bit of an idea of what sort of boat it is—trailerable, yes, but also high-quality, beautiful, and built for cruising. In other words, it’s one of the nicest all round pocket cruisers and it feels like a much larger boat.

The Seaward is easily the saltiest boat on this list . It’s beefy and seaworthy. Instead of a lightweight centerboard, Seaward fits the RK with a bulb-shaped retracting keel. Other big-boat items include a Yanmar diesel inboard motor and an enclosed head. The spacious cabin of the boat features a double berth and is ready for salt water cruising.

According to sailboatdata.com , the tow weight of the 26RK is 6,000 pounds. With the keel up, the draft is 1.25 feet.

Multihull sailors need not feel left out from the trailer sailer club and the pocket cruiser. Beyond the ubiquitous beach Hobie Cat, there are not many options for catamarans. But trimarans are uniquely suited to be towed.

Why? For one thing, performance oriented boats like trimarans are based on it being built light. There is no ballast—a trimaran’s stability comes from its two outer hulls. Additionally, the living space is entirely housed in the central hull–the outer floats are small and sometimes foldable. Finally, there are no keels on tris, so they are extremely shallow draft and perfect for trailering.

If you’re looking for adrenaline-pumping sporty and fun sailing, it’s impossible to beat what a trimaran will offer. Let’s not beat around the bush—most of the trailer sailers on this list have hull speeds around five knots. The Corsair has no such limits, routinely sailing at 15 knots or more .

The new Corsair 880 trimaran has an unloaded weight of 3,659 pounds. It is trailerable behind a big SUV or small pickup and is probably the most fun sailing option that is trailerable at all.

An even more portable option is the older Corsair F-24. It has a light displacement of under 2,000 pounds—so nearly any SUV can tow it.

MacGregor owns the market on trailerable motor sailers since they more or less created the product to fit the bill. The MacGregor 26 is not like other boats. The design combines a planing powerboat with a centerboard sailboat. Imagine scooting along at 20 knots or more when the wind is down or enjoying a sporty sail on a breezy day–in the same boat.

The entire boat is built from the ground up for towing and long-range sailing. So if you want a big sailboat that you can tow behind pretty much any SUV, the MacGregor has to be on your list. 

Depending on the model, the 26-foot-long boats have incredibly light dry weights of between 1,650 and 2,350 pounds. Considering the massive volume of the roomy cabin, the ability to tow such a large vessel opens up an entire world of opportunities for owners. 

It’s not all good news, of course. MacGregor owners love their boats, but they are built light and are not ideally suited for offshore cruising or rough weather. But in bays and for coastal sailing on nice days, few boats can get as much use as a MacGregor. 

The motorboat capability of the 26M and 26X might not appeal to hardcore sailors, but for those looking to maximize their use of the boat depending on the weather, their mood, or location, it makes a lot of sense. 

MacGregor shut down in 2015, but the daughter and son-in-law of the original owners took over production and renamed the boat the Tattoo 26 . The company will soon release a smaller version, the Tattoo 22 .

If the 26 is a bit big to make your list of best trailerable small sailboats, consider the smaller Powersailer 19. It’s nearly identical to the 26, just smaller and lighter.

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What Do You Want Your Trailer Sailer To Do?

After you’ve settled on how you will tow and launch your trailer sailer, now it’s time to dream about what you want it to do. Where will it take you? 

The beauty of a towable boat is that you can travel anywhere. A boat in the water might take weeks or months to move a few hundred miles. But if you can attach it to your car and do 65 mph on the interstate, you could sail on the Pacific on Monday, the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, and the Atlantic on Friday.

We can divide our trailerable sailboats into three groups – daysailers, weekenders, and cruisers.

These are designed with open cockpits and no space to sleep. This is a majority of the sub-22-foot boats on the market. They are designed to be launched, play for the day, and return to the ramp or dock.

A weekender will have rudimentary sleeping facilities. Think of it as a floating tent—it’s not a five-star hotel, but you can sleep under the stars or get out of the rain. Conceivably you could stay aboard indefinitely, but it doesn’t have much room for gear. So most people are ready to get off after a day or two. 

A cruising boat has sleeping, cooking, and toilet facilities built-in. These might be small and simple, but in any quantity, they mean you can disconnect from shore for a long time. Unfortunately, squeezing all of this into a tow-friendly package isn’t easy, and very few boats do it well. 

Trailer sailer adventures

Catalina 22/25 “Pop-Top”– Standing headroom below deck
– Feels much larger than it is
– Freedom to move below deck
Com-Pac Horizon Cat– Simple catboat rigging 
– Quick-rig system
– Shallow 2′ draft
– Quality construction
Marshall Sanderling– Traditional charm
– Easy to maintain
– Electric motor option
West Wight Potter 19– Go anywhere reputation
– Packs in amenities
– Towable by any vehicle
Seaward 26RK– Quality construction
– Big boat features
– Retractable keel
Corsair F-24 Trimaran– Very light/easy to tow
– Shallow draft
– Fast performance
MacGregor 26M– Massive interior space
– Planing hull enables speed
– Towable by most SUVs

The best trailer sailor for your adventures will depend on many factors. Like any boat, whatever you decide on will be a compromise – boats always are. But there are plenty of choices out there, no matter what size your tow vehicle is and no matter what sailing adventures you have in mind.

What size sailboat is trailerable?

Even large yachts are routinely transported by towing across land, so the question is more of how big a sailboat can you tow? Your tow vehicle will be the limiting factor. The upper limit for most large SUVs and trucks is usually a sailboat around 26 feet long.

Sailboats are generally very heavily built, with ballast and lead keels. Sailboats specifically made to be trailer sailers are lighter. They may use drainable water ballast tanks instead of fixed ballast and have fewer fixtures and amenities.

To find the best trailer sailer, you need to balance the total tow weight, the ease of rig setup at the boat ramp, and the boat’s draft. Shallow draft boats with centerboards are the easiest to launch and retrieve.

Is a Hunter 27 trailerable?

No. The Hunter 27 is a one of those fixed-keel larger boats built from 1974 to 1984. The boat’s displacement is 7,000 pounds, not including trailer and gear. That alone makes it too heavy to tow by all but the beefiest diesel trucks. 

Furthermore, the fixed keels had drafts between 3.25 and 5 feet, all of which are too much for most boat ramps. In short, the standard Hunter Marine 27 is too big to tow for most people.

On the other hand, Hunter has made several good trailer sailers over the years. For example, the Hunter 240 and 260 were explicitly designed for trailering. They have drainable water ballast and shallow keel/centerboard drafts less than two feet. 

Is a Catalina 22 trailerable?

Yes, the Catalina 22 is easily trailerable and makes a wonderful weekend sailboat. In fact, there were over 15,000 Catalina 22s made and sold over the years. 

The boat’s displacement is 2,250 pounds, which means your total tow weight with trailer and gear will be under 3,000 pounds. This is within the capabilities of most mid to full-size SUVs and light trucks. Be sure to check your vehicle’s towing capacity, of course.

The centerboard on the Catalina 22 is another factor in its easy towing. With the board up, the boat draws only two feet. This makes it easy to float off the trailer at nearly any boat ramp. You should avoid fixed keel versions of the 22 for towing unless you have access to extra deep ramps. 

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Matt has been boating around Florida for over 25 years in everything from small powerboats to large cruising catamarans. He currently lives aboard a 38-foot Cabo Rico sailboat with his wife Lucy and adventure dog Chelsea. Together, they cruise between winters in The Bahamas and summers in the Chesapeake Bay.

Can someone tell me why no other manufacturer makes pop tops? Those who have them, love them. Makes sense for head space with a trailerable boat too. Catalina stopped making them decades ago, yet people still swear by them. So, why isn’t there any newer models?

MacGregor put pop tops on many of its trailerables

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Michael Kelly Monday, October 26, 2009 3:21 PM Dear Al;
I have my Wayfarer 8478 listed for sale with you and have received many inquiries.  Unfortunately, I accepted an offer from a 'buyer' who saw the ad on your website, but it is a fraudulent scam.  Meanwhile, I lost out on a couple of serious buyers.  My boat is still for sale. 
Perhaps other sellers should be warned about this scam.  The 'buyer' has a third party send a cheque for a much larger sum of money than the boat is selling for.  It appears to be a classic example of the over-billing scam, where I'm expected to send the additional funds to the buyer, who is not really interested in buying the boat at all.  I suspected this when I received the cheque and had the bank look into it, and they confirmed that it is indeed a forgery and that they are aware of this fraud occurring, especially targeting boat sales.
Hope nobody gets victimized by this scam.
Mike Kelly.

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Hi uncle Al, 

We have not used our Wayfarer ( ) for the last few years and plan to sell it.

Wayfarer 861 in excellent condition, with measurement certificate.  Fully equipped for racing or cruising. Minimum weight.  Proctor spars. 2 mains, 2 heads ails, 2 spinnaker. Paddles and oars.

Trailer, hinged type with licence.

Outboard available. 

  or call  902-802-3576 or 902 857 1560

derk wolmuth [ ]
Saturday, June 8, 2024 12:07 AM
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I am interested in listing my Wayfarer sailing dinghy on your website.  I often used your site as reference for finding a Wayfarer but they are far and few on the west coast.  Here is the info for an ad.   Thanks very much.

Derk Wolmuth

Built by Abbot Boats in Sarnia, Ontario 

Cradle Ride trailer

Second owner

Main and jib on furler

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Located: Victoria BC, Canada


Link on marketplace:

Ottawa, Ontario

For the last 18 years she has been sailed on the Ottawa River.

Justyna Mittelstaedt [ ]

Tuesday, March 12, 2024 6:48 AM
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I have a Wayfarer for sale. I am located in Timmins in Northern Ontario but I can travel down South with the boat.

I am located in Timmins but I travel a lot down south so I can try to arrange meeting.

I will be in North Bay beginning of April, Ottawa end of  April and Toronto in May and June

On Kijiji I put Sudbury (More central than Timmins).

The boat is ready to sail, has the trailer and brand new mainsail (worth about $1000).

Asking $2000 CAD


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Marc Bennett [ ]
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Greg Pulham [ ]
Wednesday, August 7, 2019 1:30 PM

I have a Wayfarer Mk II and trailer for sale in Peterborough ON. It is a 1976 based on the HIN. The sails are by Neil Pryde and are in excellent condition. The boat has been tarped but the floorboards installed by the previous owner in the late 90’s have deteriorated. We are looking for reasonable offers.



Gilmar [ ]
Monday, May 3, 2021 4:56 PM

I am selling my W4678, a Mark 2 that is very good condition. Comes with main, jib and spinnaker. Trailer.

Asking price  


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