I don't think of the J/24 as a particularly trailerable boat. Most have to be launched with a sling or travel lift, even if they are stored on a trailer. If you're really looking at getting a trailerable boat that is more responsive and exciting, you might also want to look at the sport trimarans, like the Telstar 28 I own, as well as the Corsair 28. The Corsair 28s have a fairly strong one-design racing class, as well as fairly standard PHRF ratings, but aren't as comfortable to cruise on as the Telstar.
I've not seen the Wavelength 24 in person, but from what I've read and seen about it... it' ain't exactly a trailerable boat either. It also needs a travelift or crane to launch it from its trailer.
I guess it depends on what you mean by trailerable. Most people, when they say trailerable, mean a boat that can launched and retrieved onto a boat trailer, at a boat ramp. That is clearly not possible with the Wavelength 24 or J/24. You could do it with a Catalina 22, 25, or Hunter 25, or something similiar.
How about a FSC-24 ??!!
canting keel, made in carbon, carbon mast & boom, do I need to say more?
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