Com-Pac Yachts began business in 1974 with its first boat, the Com-Pac 16. The idea then was to build a seaworthy yacht with a strong commitment to value. Since then Com-Pcc has expanded its line to twelve models, six cat-rigged sailboats, five sloop rigged sailboats and one power launch. The Com-Pac line covers a wide range of sizes from a 14' day sailor to the Com-Pac 27/3 cruising yacht. Each model, regardless of size, is built with the same exacting attention to detail and that same commitment to value.

Com-Pac Launch

Com-Pac Launch

Launch

The Launch is a comfortable, multiuse yacht for a leisurely cruise for sightseeing, to dinner or, even, the occasional overnighter. 

LOA:    20 ft. 0 in.
LWL:    17 ft. 9 in.
Beam:    8 ft. 4 in.
Displacement:    2,500 lbs.
Power:    Yanmar 2YM15

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Picnic Cat

The Picnic Cat is from the drawing board of Clark Mills, designer of our Sun Cat, 23/IV, and former Com-Pac 16, and well known also as the designer of the Optimist Pram and the Windmill One Design. Unlike her sister Com-Pacs the Picnic Cat has a centreboard rather than a keel. With her centerboard up, the Picnic Cat is beachable.

Length:    14 ft. 0 in. / 4.27 m
Beam:    6 ft. 6 in. / 1.98 m
Draft, board up:    0 ft. 6 in. / 0.81 m
Draft, board down:    2 ft. 8 in. / 0.15 m
Displacement:    500 lbs. / 227 kg

 


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Sun Cat

The Sun Cat was designed as an easily driven, roomy day boat and overnighter with a shoal draft to gunk hole along coasts and in harbors not accessible to more burdensome yachts.

Length:    17 ft. 4 in. / 5.28 m
Beam:    7 ft. 3 in. / 2.21 m
Draft, board up:    1 ft. 2 in. / 0.36 m
Draft, board down:    4 ft. 6 in. / 1.37 m
Displacement:    1,500 lbs. / 682 kg


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Sunday Cat

The concept of the Sunday Cat was to have a boat with the cockpit space of our current Sun Cat Daysailer but with the convenience of an enclosed porta potty area. It also provides shelter in the event of inclement weather. There is an abundance of storage space that is accessible through the seat locker hatches in the cockpit in addition to the little cabin.

Length:    17 ft. 4 in. / 5.28 m
Beam:    7 ft. 3 in. / 2.21 m
Draft, board up:    1 ft. 2 in. / 0.36 m
Draft, board down:    4 ft. 6 in. / 1.37 m
Displacement:    1,500 lbs. / 682 kg


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Sun Cat Daysailer

The Sun Cat Daysailer is a delightful variation of the Sun Cat. With its enormous cockpit the wrap-around seating can accommodate a small party. There is plenty of easily accessible storage space, and lots of room to stretch out and enjoy the ride.

Length:    17 ft. 4 in. / 5.28 m
Beam:    7 ft. 3 in. / 2.21 m
Draft, board up:    1 ft. 2 in. / 0.36 m
Draft, board down:    4 ft. 6 in. / 1.37 m
Displacement:    1,500 lbs. / 682 kg


Horizon Cat

The Horizon Cat is a classic boat for the diehard traditional sailor — a real Cape Cod cat with a shallow fin keel for added stability and windward performance.

Length:    20 ft. 0 in. / 6.1 m
Beam:    8 ft. 4 in. / 2.54 m
Draft, board up:    2 ft. 2 in. / 0.66 m
Draft, board down:    5 ft. 0 in. / 1.52 m
Displacement:    2500 lbs. / 1136 kg


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Horizon Day Cat

The Daysailer Version of the Classic Horizon Cat

LOA: 20 ft. 0 in. / 6.1 m
LWL: 17 ft. 9 in.
Beam: 8 ft. 4 in. / 2.54 m
Draft, board up: 2 ft. 2 in. / 0.66 m
Draft, board down: 5 ft. 0 in. / 1.52 m
Displacement: 2500 lbs. / 1136 kg
Ballast: 600 lbs.
Sail Area: 205 sq. ft.
Mast Height Above WL (sail up): 29 ft. 4 in.
Mast Height Above WL (sail down): 23 ft. 4 in.


Legacy Sloop

The Legacy is for the sailor who is looking for a smaller initial investment and economy in all other factors such as maintenance, trailering fuel consumption, and berthing or storage. It is still built with Com-Pac Yacht's quality and attention to detail. This is an opportunity to own the best without the expense.

The Legacy is for the sailor who is looking for a smaller initial investment and economy in all other factors such as maintenance, trailering fuel consumption, and berthing or storage. It is still built with Com-Pac Yacht's quality and attention to detail. This is an opportunity to own the best without the expense.

There is room inside for two adults to sit or sleep. There is plenty of storage space and even a place for a porta-potty. The sliding companionway hatch and forward opening hatch provide plenty of ventilation.

LOA:    16 ft. 6 in. / 5.03 m
Beam:    6 ft. 0 in. / 1.83 m
Draft, board up:    16 in. / 0.41 m
Draft, board down:    3 ft. 6 in. / 1.07 m
Displacement:    1000 lbs. / 454 kg


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Eclipse Sloop

Designed for ease of trailering and of set up with the Mastendr™ System. This new sloop from Hutchins has been designed with shallow 18" draft board up and 62" board down.

LOA:    21 ft. 4 in. / 6.50 m
Beam:    7 ft. 4 in. / 2.24 m
Draft, board up:    1 ft. 6 in. / 0.70 m
Draft, board down:    5 ft. 2 in. / 1.57 m
Displacement:    2200 lbs. / 1000 kgs.


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Com-Pac 23 Pilothouse

The brand-new trailerable cruiser CP 23 Pilothouse offers a revolutionary combination of trailerability, cruisability, and livability. The CP 23 Pilothouse is designed with numerous well-thought-out features and Com-Pac's legendary attention to detail.

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LOA:    23 ft. 11 in.
LWL:    20 ft. 2 in.
Beam:    7 ft. 10 in.
Draft:    2 ft. 3 in.
Displacement:    3,500 lbs.
Ballast:    1,340 lbs.
Sail Area:    240 sq. ft.
Mast Height Above Water:    30 ft.


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Com-Pac 23/IV

With a two-cabin layout for privacy, a standard-equipment, hide-a-way galley and shoal-draft keel developed from NACA low-drag, high-lift wing sections, the Com-Pac 23/IV is ready for extended cruising and gunkholing.

OA:    23 ft. 11 in. / 7.30 m
Beam:    8 ft. 0 in. / 2.45 m
Draft:    2 ft. 3 in. / 0.70 m
Displacement:    3000 lbs. / 1,365 kg