Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Advantages Of The Easy Sail Catamaran

The Easy Sail Catamaran is an ultra- light craft. It has inflatable floaters, a double patented collapsible construction. This makes it easy to disassemble a big boat into a small package. Owning it removes the problems you would have with a bigger solid boat such storage, difficult transport, and manipulation. It is a full service catamaran. Some models of the Easy Sail catamaran exceeded the service of solid floaters.

Sailing an Easy Sail is easy and safe. It is meant to take much more stress than normal usage would give it. It has been proven by it having been sailed across the Atlantic Ocean. This boat then, is definitely one I would consider. If you are the type of person that likes new and romantic adventures, loves being on the water, who likes to be more active than lying around on a beach. If you like romantic weekends or vacations with family, friends, or coworkers, have a small car and has enough space to fit three pairs of skis with boots, than at the very least you have space for a folded up Easy Sail. You might then consider it rather pointless to buy an expensive classic boat because it isn�t worth the investment especially looking at the need for marina and slip fees, general expenses, and where to store it. For those of you for those few weeks during the season, especially when you consider all the problems that go along with it.

The Easy Sail is easy to transport because it fits easily into a trunk and on top of the car. It is easy to assemble and takes just about an hour. It is almost as easy to disassemble in approximately forty minutes. It is easy to board your family and your friends, actually it can take from six to eight people. The Easy Sail is easy to board and disembark from, easy to sail, to anchor, to store, and to buy. It is ideal for family vacations, outings with colleagues, and short trips. It�s ideal for sporting events, for firefighters (the motored version), and for summer camps. It is also a great first boat, even children can learn to operate it.

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