This is a lot of boat packed in a small package, great for towing and sail camping. It is a real, seaworthy boat, built like a big one. One of these has even sailed from California to Hawaii:
See this site. .
It has a cockpit, a companionway, and a cabin with full-size bunks - I'm 6'2", and I can stretch out full length. There's a stub keel with 275 lb of lead ballast, and a centerboard, which keep the boat very stable and (I've read, never tested) make it self-righting. It's very comfortable to sail. There's a lot of storage. It has been sailed 3 times in Long Island Sound, and 4 times in freshwater lakes in Michigan. It's in nearly new condition, ready to sail.
LOA 15' 0"
LWL 13' 3"
Beam 6' 0"
Draft board up 15"
Draft board down 2' 1/2"
Weight 750 lb
Ballast 275 lb lead shot
Centerboard weight 40 lb
Sail area 122 sf
Mast height above waterline 22' 3"
One main sail with 2 reef points and storage bag. Boom and sail are ready for jiffy reefing.
One jib with storage bag
2014 Honda 2.3 hp 4-stroke outboard
Galvanized trailer with lights, extension, guides, bearing buddies, and spare tire
2 life jackets
1 boat hook
Honeymoon option (fills the opening in the cabin so the whole cabin becomes a bed)
Porta-pottie (never used:)
Hinged outboard motor bracket
2 kg Lewmar claw anchor with 8' of chain and about 150' of line