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  1. Cruising & Liveaboard Forum
    We are thinking of buying a trailable 19’ pocket sport cruiser to do short 1 or 2-night cruises on the US coastal shores and lakes. The boat is super lightweight, around 1,034lbs including her fully retractable 154lbs swing keel and should be easy to trailer and launch from any boat ramp. I see...
  2. Boat Reviews
    I am in the market for a trailable, lightweight and fast sport cruiser and stumbled on the Flow 19 from Atelier Interface. Really cool pocket sport cruiser under 20' designed and manufactured by a non nonsense young architect, Antoine Mainfray. The boat only weights 1144 lbs and has a very...
  3. Introduce Yourself
    Hi, I recently bought a pocket cruiser for use in the Solent (and maybe further afield!!). Having spent the winter getting her a bit more sea worthy, time has run out and I'm leaving all the jobs I haven't finished and launching her in the next few weeks! Can't wait!! Can anybody identify this...
  4. Cruising & Liveaboard Forum
    I'd like to buy a sailboat that I can tow with my Suburban 2500 and launch from the trailer in Ft. Lauderdale and sail to the Bahamas safely. I'd be going SCUBA diving so easy access to the water would be ideal. Any suggestions?
  5. Cruising & Liveaboard Forum
    Hello, from a new member. I have done the usual Internet search, as well as a nationwide search on Craigslist but I have found no information to help me. I am wondering what members think to be a fair market price for an Eastward Ho 24 in descent shape, fairly low time diesel inboard and...
  6. Boat Review and Purchase Forum
    Take a look at International Marine/West Wight Potter’s 2012 March Newsletter.