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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:22 pm 
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Hobie Wave Catamaran 2008 with Trailer, Ready to sail.
I have it for 4 years and had many trips and happy times on lake Lanier and shores near Hilton Head, Cape Canaveral, Stuart, Vizcaya Bay, Clearwater, Cedar Key, Port St. Joe and Pensacola. My Pathfinder doesn't even feel like it hauling something behind and MPG doesn't go up with the trailer. So it is easy to take it anywhere you drive your car.
Her name is Lands End, she is very easy to sail (my first sail boat) and very forgiving. Very easy to recover up-righting even from turtle but with Bob you might never experience it. Max speed I had it at is 18 mph foiling on one hull according to GPS. But most of the time it is comfortable smooth ride at 10-12 mph.
She is responsive to winds as light as 4 mph and still manageable in 24 mph gusts, goes windward as low as 45 degrees without jib. I sailed it solo, with one friend and with my family of 4 (2 kids). Hobie Wave fits in a standard car space in your typical garage. One person can attach and disconnect the trailer and put the Cat on the water and back.
Oh, and I should mention she looks great and in a great condition. Unless you start buying optional stuff for this boat, you will have no expenses on repair, storage or maintenance.

Cash only, no trading

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