Trailerable sailboats

10 companies | 15 products
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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...


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...


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...


The brand-new trailerable cruiser CP 23 Pilothouse offers a revolutionary combination of trailerability, cruisability, and livability. The CP 23 Pilothouse is designed with numerous well-thought-out features and Com-Pac's...


"The small offshore cruiser"

The Django 6.70 is a fast cruising sailboat, destinated to people looking for pleasure in sailing with nice performances and willing to handle the boat with full autonomy.
Wide range of navigation

Simple, elegant, comfortable and fast, the Django 6.70 offers to its users both abilities to sail offshore...


. Fishing boat :

Coastal, up to 20 miles from the coast (navigation category C), easy beaching to discover coves...

. Navigation :

Coastal, up to 20 miles from the coast (navigation category C), easy beaching to discover coves inaccessible by land, ideal for rivers, to pick up friends ...

. Navigation :

Coastal, up to 20 miles from the coast (navigation category C), easy beaching to discover coves inaccessible by land, ideal for rivers, to pick up friends ...

. Leisure...

. A fun sailig boat :

With its large hull, its twin rudders and sloop rigging, Ikone JS Rando allows high performance in peace.

For those who enjoy sensations, a spinnaker of 25 m2 can soar when...


The Heol 7.4 bq : a twin lifting keels sailboat, hight performance, design, beachable, transportable

The Heol 7.4 bq is a fast boat, with high performance, but successfully beachable as well. Its hydraulic keel lift system allows you to beach the boat safely, both in the middle of a port, on a beach or in a creek. With a width of 2,55 m and its retractable keels the Heol 7.4 bq is easily...


This new concept is the result of a lengthy period of design work. Santer 760 is one of the first production boats, which was designed entirely using computer programs written for the...


Fitted with either a fixed keel for those with a mooring or marina berth, or with a retractable fin for easy transport on a road trailer behind a family car, this large volume yacht was very much intended for family cruising.
The yacht features...


How to choose this product


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


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.


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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