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  1. 1987 Hutchins Compac Yacht

    December 24, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Great boat for beginner or novice sailer. Comes complete with all accesories and Coast gaurd equipment. Sails in great shape, needs some minor work.
    Must see, Must sell!

    Equipment on Board:

    Trailer, 4 hp Sailmaster engine, Anchor, Emergency equip, ropes, etc.


  2. 1989 Hutchins Compac 23

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This trailerable cruiser, built in 1989 by Hutchins Co., Inc., of Clearwater, FL, is a nicely executed, sturdy hull, with a long, shallow-(draws 2’3″) draft, airfoil keel, a sensible sail plan, and a well-supported, 8-stay rig. It is tiller-steered, with a Honda 10hp auxiliary outboard. With the roller-furling headsail controls led aft to the cockpit, it can be easily handled by one or more persons, and is extremely stable, with 1,340 lbs of concrete ballast in the keel. The fiberglass hull and decks are in good condition. With berth accommodations for 4 people, it is well laid out above and below decks for cruising, having 6 oval, opening, bronze portholes, with screens; a fore-deck hatch and vent; pull-out galley sink, with 11-gallon water storage; pull-out propane stove;, and bulkhead-mount table. The stainless steel stern rail and bow pulpit anchor the vinyl-covered lifelines, adding to the security of the passengers in all situations. The bow pulpit roller makes dropping and recovering the anchor easier and safer. This boat has only been sailed in freshwater.

    Equipment on Board:

    Dual-wheel, galvanized trailer, with winch.


  3. 1987 Hutchins Compac 27

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Roomy, easy to sail, family sailboat. Very good condition. Fully equipped.

    Equipment on Board:

    Recently overhauled engine. All interior and cockpit cushions. Anchor windless. Radio. GPS. Extra anchor. Safety equipment. New head. Fans. 2 showers. More.


  4. 1981 hutchins com-pac23

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    hondafourstroke electric start

    Equipment on Board:

    with dual axle trailer . call for details and pictures


  5. 2005 Hutchins Com-Pac Eclips 21

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

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  6. Hutchins Com-pac

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

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  7. 1997 Hutchins Picnic Cat

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Fiberglass,daysailer,with typical Hutchin’s firstclass
    construction and attention to detail. Trailer included.

    Equipment on Board:

    Sailcover,motormountincluded


  8. 1980 Hutchins Com-Pac 23

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Com-Pac 23 Sail boat (1980 model), a fine daysailer / weekender / “pocket cruiser”!

    Basic specs:

    – Shallow Draft – only 2’3″
    – Beam 7′ 10″
    – 6 classic round opening portholes
    – V-berth and 2 settees to sleep up to 4
    – Trailerable (though I don’t have a trailer)

    Plus many upgrades:
    – fresh bottom paint
    – halyards lead to cockpit
    – attractive bamboo cabin floor
    – porta-potty
    – recent US Coast Guard inspection

    Best of all, it’s a Com-Pac, built by Hutchins in Clearwater, FL, with their renowned reputation for quality!

    Equipment on Board:

    – VHF radio
    – Mercury 6 HP outboard, runs great
    – 2 jibs and a mainsail in good condition
    – digital depth gauge


  9. 1981 hutchins com-pac23

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    hondafourstroke electric start

    Equipment on Board:

    with dual axle trailer . call for details and pictures


  10. 1983 Hutchins Com-Pac 16

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This beautiful 16′ sloop is perfect for beginning sailors or old salts who want to downsize. It is great for small sailing venues but is designed to handle larger waters including the ocean. This boat has a nice sized cockpit that sits 4 adults easily and actually has a couple of berths below should you want to sleep out on the water. The cockpit is self draining, a great feature. The rigging is in good shape though some of the ropes might need replacing. Included is a main sail and a jib. There are lights front, rear and on the mast that are battery powered. There is a good deal of room below for storage.

    Equipment on Board:

    The price includes the trailer and a 2hp Johnson outboard to help with launching and retrieving and works nicely for relaxed motoring.

    Extras include a ladder for getting out of the water; anchors, extra rope; life cushions and vests; flare gun; gas can; and a few exta small parts.