Club Boats

See below for further information about the club boats we have available to members.


Hobie 16

The catamaran that started a revolution! The Hobie 16 is still the most recognizable and iconic fiberglass catamaran. With over 100,000 built, the 16 expanded the worlds’ view on what fast, beach launched fun could be like. The Hobie 16 came out in the 1970s and yet is still raced around the world and up and down the west coast. New 16s come equipped ready to go fast right out of the box -Dacron sails, carbon-fiber rudders and double trapeze are included. The durable fiberglass hulls are timeless -they are light and stiff, ensuring years of speed and dependability. The Hobie 16 still offers fleet numbers larger than any other fiberglass catamarans. New 16s continue to be sold and add to the fleet fun, coast to coast and worldwide.

Currently Available: 2


  • Length Overall: 16' 7"

  • Beam: 7' 11"

  • Draft (Rudder Up): 10"

  • Mast Length: 26' 6"

  • Sail Area: 218 sq/ft

  • Weight: 320 lbs

  • Crew: 1-3

  • Hull Construction: Fiberglass/Foam Sandwich


Hobie 18

The Hobie 18 was designed to be not only fast but also rugged. It is designed to be sailed by a crew of two,but can easily carry four passengers when cruising. Experienced sailors can sail the Hobie 18 solo. Unlike the smaller Hobie 14 and 16, the Hobie 18 uses a symmetrical hull design. Although this design gives the 18 a speed advantage, it requires the use of daggerboards when sailing close-hauled or reaching to prevent slipping. The typical configuration for the Hobie 18 is with both a main sail and a jib. The jib on the 18 is set up on a rolling/furling system that wraps the jib around the forestay when it isn't needed.

Currently Available: 2




  • Length Overall: 18'

  • Beam: 8'

  • Draft (Rudder Up): 7"

  • Mast Length: 28’ 1"

  • Sail Area: 240 sq/ft

  • Weight: 400lbs

  • Crew: 1-3

  • Hull Construction: Fiberglass/Foam Sandwich


Hobie Wave

The Wave is an exciting and easy-to-sail catamaran for sailors of all sizes and skills. This recreational boat can be sailed solo or with a crew of four, and the Wave’s boomless sail provides power in all conditions. Thanks to the shape of the hulls, no daggerboards are needed. The rotomolded hull is virtually indestructible, so launching and docking is stress-free. The Hobie Wave is simple and always engaging. A great boat to learn catamaran sailing with.

Currently Available: 1




  • Length Overall: 13'

  • Beam: 7'

  • Draft w/ Rudder Up: 11 inches

  • Mast Length: 20'

  • Sail Area: 95 sq/ft

  • Weight: 245 lbs

  • Capacity: 800 lbs



The Pico started the entry level, training sailboat design with a durable plastic hull. From entry level sailors on up, the Pico is easy to rig, sail, and own. It can be sailed solo with a reefable mainsail or by two with an optional jib. The ideal platform for teaching the basics of sailing and a great choice for families.With its simple reefing system, spacious cockpit, and high boom, the Pico continues to be a popular sailboat for all ages and abilities. A roto-molded hull provides a strong, buoyant structure that is superbly stiff and stable. Both the jib and reefing mainsail are removable. The high boom provides ample head room and highlights its spacious, self-draining cockpit. Easy to handle, and a snap to rig, the Pico provides a rapid learning curve for single-handed sailing

Currently Available: 4




  • Length: 11' 6"

  • Beam: 4' 8"

  • Draft: 2' 11"

  • Mainsail Area: 55 sq/ft

  • Hull Weight: 155 lbs

  • Capacity: 1-2 people



The most popular singlehanded race boat in the world. With over 210,000 made, the Laser is enjoyed by everyone from club racers to Olympians. A simple boat to rig and own, the Laser rewards practice and good sailing technique, keeping even the most seasoned racer engaged. Current Lasers are built to the highest specifications with updated foils and sail controls. A three rig system allows the Laser to be enjoyed by sailors of any size and skill.

Currently Available: 2




  • Capacity: 1-2 people

  • Length: 13.8 ft

  • Beam: 4.49 ft

  • Draft: 2.62 ft

  • Sail Area: 76 sq/ft

  • Race Level: Club - International

  • Skill Level: Beginner - Expert


Flying Junior

The International Flying Junior or FJ was originally designed in 1955 to serve as a training boat for the then Olympic-class Flying Dutchman. The FJ has a beam of 4'11" and an overall sail area of 100 square feet. These dimensions make the FJ an ideal class to teach young sailors the skills of boat handling and racing.

Currently Available: 4




  • Capacity: 2-3 people

  • Length: 13' 3"

  • Beam: 4' 11"

  • Weight: 210 lbs

  • Mast Length: 20'

  • Sail Area: 100 sq/ft

  • Race Level: Club -International

  • Skill Level: Beginner -Expert


Flying Scot

The Flying Scot is a day sailer dinghy used for pleasure sailing as well as racing throughout America. Noted for ease of handling and durability, more than 6000 have been built of this design. The hull design makes it able to plane in winds of 15 knots or more, exceeding the waterline hull speed. The Scot is normally raced with a crew of two or three, but can be single-handed as well. It can also carry as many as eight adults.

Currently Available: 4




  • Capacity: 1-5 people

  • Length: 19'

  • Beam: 6' 7"

  • Weight: 676 lbs

  • Mast Length: 28'

  • Sail Area: 190 sq/ft

  • Race Level: Club - International

  • Skill Level: Beginner - Expert