If you are reading the advert, you probably are familiar with the G32. But if not, here's the basics:
The G32 was designed and built in the 1990s by the legendary Gougeon Brothers (of West System Epoxy fame) to become a new racing class of towable high performance cats with some very unusual design goals:
A 32 ft catamaran that can be towed with a mid-size car or small SUV.
That can go from trailer to sailing in 10 minutes.
Uses water ballast for stability when the wind is above 15 knots.
In the event of a capsize, it is self-righting
It is 8 ft wide; it weighs less than 2200 lbs on the trailer. Only 14 were made.
The boat is currently in indoor storage but will be launched in the next few weeks on Lake Champlain.
It is a little late for entering the 2016 Race to Alaska with it, but you can certainly win any other races you might be interested in.
Pocket Rocket is also a delightful day sailor and coastal cruiser.
9 HP Mercury 4 stroke outboard motor
2 mains, jib, and yankee