It isn't just the boat, it's where the boat takes you. The 21' Com-Pac Eclipse can be a fun, beachable cruiser, a daysailer, or an intrepid coastal explorer, depending upon your mood. We have enjoyed days and nights in this one in Florida's Keys, on the St. John's River and on the lakes of Arkansas, but our sailing days are coming to an end.
This is our second Com-Pac Yacht and they've been two of the best boats we've ever owned. We think of the Eclipse 21' as the big brother to our earlier Com-Pac 19', and an improvement in many ways. It's more stable, more capable, far easier to set up and handle and much more comfortable in the cockpit, in the cabin and in the sea. Yet it loves to explore the fascinating shallow waterways, and trails easily behind our Honda Odyssey. We particularly enjoy the open transom. Boarding from the water (or while it's on the trailer) is a breeze, access to the outboard and the rudder is unrestricted and cockpit drainage is no longer a concern.
Draft, centerboard up 1'6"
Draft, centerboard down 5'2"
Sail area 200 sq. ft.
Mast height 26' AWL
Cockpit length 6'6"
Displacement 2200 lbs.
Sloop rig with mainsail and roller-furling jib
Mastendr quick mast raising system
Stainless steel arch/boom gallows/bimini mount
Double vee berth & two quarter berths
Four bronze opening ports\
Portable head with hold down kit
Lifelines and Stanchions
Teak bowsprit and anchor roller with anchor, chain & rode