This boat trailer combo trails nicely behind pretty much anything.
The Hutchins Compac 23 is a great small cruising sailboat with many of the amenities found on much larger boats. The shoal draft makes it a great West Coast sailor or in our case, a great midwest sailor too. Its classic design and abundance of wood give it an appealing look. Fixed keel design means no through-hull opportunities for leaks (bilge stays very dry).
We have owned this Compac 23 since 2010. We found her on Sailing Texas and have had many great seasons with her. Two adults and a child or two are very comfortable. We have had her in a slip for the summer months, with 2 adults and a child able to spend weekends, sleeping aboard at night and sailing away the days. She spends the winters on the hard here in South Dakota.
New main sail with battens, cover and bag.
Roller Furling Jib
Johnson Sail Master 8 HP long shaft two cycle outboard and spare lower unit. Six gallon plastic tank concealed in cockpit.
Shoal draft (only 27" draft)
Cockpit mounted compass (needs repair, not leaking)
Cockpit mounted depth gauge
VHF radio with mast-mount antenna
Main Battery switch
Battery charging by trickle charger while berthed or outboard motor while underway
2-burner Alcohol stove
Sleeps 4 (2 in V-berth, 2 alongside cabin)
Port-a-potty with water pump flush
Water tank and sink removed to make way for a chart table
Anchor and Navigation lights
Lots of extras (life vests, fenders, lines, bimini, and more!)