Small Boats

Small sailboats are usually under 25 feet in length and are an easy and inexpensive way to learn how to sail. Generally, small sailboats can either be sailed singlehandedly or with a crew member. Small sailboats may either have a retractable centerboard or swing keels. Most small boats can either be sailed single-handedly or with a single crew member.

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