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Billed as a trailerable pocket cruiser, the Montgomery 17 is a stout-looking sloop designed by Lyle Hess and built out of fiberglass in Ontario, California, by Montgomery Boats. With a keel and centerboard, the boat draws just under 2 feet with the board up and can be easily beached when you’re gunkholing.
The boats listed here are by no means the only options—in fact, there are dozens of excellent trailerable sailboat models on the market. If you enjoy sailing but want to avoid the hassle of a permanent mooring, or if you travel to sail, a trailer sailor is a great choice.
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.
Not far from the Island Packet factory, Catalina Yachts (catalinayachts.com) was for many years one of the biggest producers of trailerable cruisers; the Catalina 22, with some 15,000 examples built, was one of the top-selling boats of all time. Production of this floating legend began in 1969 and ceased in 2004, when it was replaced by the ...
The Com-Pac line of sailboats covers a wide range of sizes from a 14-foot day sailer to a 35-foot bluewater sailing cruiser. Each sailboat, regardless of size, is built with the same exacting attention to detail and that same commitment to value.
Fast, Beachable, Trailerable, Affordable. Stiletto Catamarans balance these design features perfectly. Stiletto has been the best beach cat for 40 years.