Trailerable sailboats

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The J/70 Speedster is J/Boats' first ramp-launchable keelboat, designed to fulfil the growing need for an accessible, high performance one-design that is exciting to sail, as well as being stable enough for family outings and built to last. The J/70 is a reliable and safe sportsboat.

Performance is also an integral part of the J/70 concept and its light 795 kg displacement...

The J/80, sailboat which has been drawn to be the perfect familial dayboat, is still achieving a great success. Over time and thanks to its simplicity, its strength and its performances, the 8 meters one-design sailboat has become...

J/95 restores an American yachting tradition, dating back to the 1800’s, of fast centerboarders that were as much at home navigating shoal inland waters as they were crossing oceans. Remember the Baltimore Clippers? As late as the 1960’s, centerboarders dominated offshore racing under the Cruising Club of America (CCA) Rating Rule. Carlton...

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She is the smallest BAVARIA, but fast on the water, flexible in every way, quick to get back on land...

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High freeboard, a raised boom and sturdy FRP construction make the new Hunter 15 daysailer a safe, versatile boat that both familes and greenhorn sailors will love. Designed...

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Made in the same spirit as the popular Open 5.70, the Open 5.00 is fast, easy to handle and exciting...

The Open 5.70 is designed for sailors who have enjoyed exhilarating surfing on dinghies or catamarans and want to once...

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The J/70 Speedster (22.75 feet) is J/Boats' first ramp-launchable keelboat - designed to fulfill the growing need for an easy-to-own, high performance one-design...

If you would like to expand your sailing horizons with a modern sportboat in open waters outside protected harbors and lakes, there's only one choice: the International J/80 one-design class sailboat. Sailing...

From the J design/build team that launched the J/70 and J/111, comes the NEW J/88, a 29’ mid-size family speedster with stability, style and sailing comfort. J/88 hits the sweet-spot...

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A 1930s replica, the Tofinou 7 is a 7-meter ballasted...

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Length overall 7.8 m
Hull length 7.35 m
Waterline...

The well-proven trailer yacht

Deltania 21 E is very simple and quick to rig up. With optional gateways for...

The well-proven trailer yacht for the entire family.

The constructor, who has already been the force behind many thousand manufactures sailing yachts, knows how to combine sailing properties...

The trailer yacht with special flair.

This sporty cruiser is perfectly suitable for both inland navigation and coastal waters.

Her clean lines, based on modern cruiser/racer constructions, will make...

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The Esse 750 is conceived as a two-man racer, however through its construction, the technical configuration and the optimal handling as a single hander the boat also guarantees a great sailing experience in all conditions....


The Esse 850 was launched in spring 2004. The idea behind the concept was to produce a sporty sailing boat with above average performance but still easy to handle. The central idea of the concept was to create a pure sailing experience in windy as well as light conditions whether sailed...

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Gala One Design is the fruit of the challenge accepted by the Vallicelli studio: rethinking from scratch a small keel boat and making into a single match...

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Performance

With a good speed at all points of sail, very responsive to the helm and easy to handle, the Surprise owes its outstanding success to its exceptional...

Designed for racing or coastal cruising, the Sprinto is easy to trailer by road to enable you to frequently change your cruising grounds. Just two people are...

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Elliott 6m – 2012 Women’s Olympic Match Racing Boat

In 2008, ISAF was searching for the perfect yacht for the Women’s Match Racing event at the 2012 Olympic Sailing Competition. Greg Elliott, seeing...

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The “Comet 21” project is based on the idea of a mass production, high performance, fun sports boat, of a reasonable size and price, targeting an extended range of customers from beginners to skilled racers avid for technology and competition. Except for a very limited number of cutting edge models, offered at exorbitant prices though, the boats...

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The Bull 7000 started as a direct result of an article featured in a European boating magazine. In 1992 Greg received so many enquires for the Bull 7000 design that before long he had 7 deposits paid to supply boats and...

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The VX One is a 2 to 3 person keelboat with a light, easily driven hull by an efficient sail plan set on a full carbon rig. The boat can be launched simply...

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The Cornish Crabber 17 is an excellent entry level boat for sailing newcomers and a fantastic day boat for enthusiasts. With her easily handled high peaked gaff rig, she bears all the characteristics of the Cornish Crabber range. A central, internally mounted engine well can accept up to 6hp and gives great manoeuvrability...

Designed to carry a young adventurous family in safety, the Adventure 12 is a great platform for entry level sailors and experienced crews alike. Whether you are looking to cruise up the river or venture across the Solent she provides stability...

If the Adventure 12 dinghy is a little too adventurous for your family then the open cockpit of the RCD Cat C Adventure 17 is bound to appeal more to your requirements. The cockpit is split into a forward seating / sleeping area that can be covered...

Cornish Crabbers are world famous for producing high quality trailer-sailers that don’t compromise construction or stability for trailability. The adventure 19 can be as simple or as sophisticated as you need her to be. The base boat...

The all new Adventure 22 offers true 4 berth accommodation with a separate heads compartment. The standard boat has an outboard engine in a cockpit well giving ample power for coastal cruising. Those looking...

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The Melges 32® is one design racing at its best. Since 2005, it has successfully delivered bigger, better, more-simplified sailing that is fun and competitive....

The reputation of the Melges 24® precedes itself. Best known for its very competitive disposition and easy-to-sail personality, this modern sportboat maintains its status as a leader in high-performance,...

The Audi Melges 20® fulfills the need for a more compact, yet spacious, fast, well-built sportboat. With its introduction, Melges Performance Sailboats is proud to deliver the next generation of sailboats. An exclusive Reichel Pugh keelboat...

The success of the Melges 17® can be attributed to a truly dedicated following of speed entrepreneurs. An alternative, double-handed scow, the Melges 17 has a reputation for being fast and...

You are at the top of your game when you sail a Melges A Scow®. This magnificent Scow is impressive to watch, not to mention race. Made...

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How to choose this product

trailerable-sailboat

Trailerable sailboats are small enough and light enough to be transported by trailers.

Applications

Such vessels offer two advantages. They can be stored in the owner's yard or in a dry storage area when not in use. In addition, they can be quickly and easily driven to a new venue for racing or cruising when it is too far to reach by sea.

Technologies

A sailboat is considered trailerable when it can be put on a trailer whose laden dimensions and weight comply with applicable road regulations. They rarely measure over nine meters since most countries require larger craft to be carried on special equipment, generally multi-axle trailers, and tractor vehicles requiring a special drivers license.

However, some trailerable boats have one or more cabins, an ideal choice for those wishing to sail in different areas on a regular basis. Another criterion is that one or two people should be able to step and unstep the mast manually, without need for a crane. It is not possible to trailer a sailboat with the mast in place.

How to choose

The type of sailing to be done is the main element to consider. The choice of boat will be affected by whether one intends to cruise, race or just enjoy a day on the water. Verify availability of a suitable trailer.

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