1. American Sail Inc.
if you're looking for small sailboats, daysailers or catamarans you have come to the right place. Our specialty for over thirty years has been making fun family sailboats from 8 to 18 feet. American Sail got its start in 1976 with the purchase of the Aqua Cat catamaran that has now been in production over 48 years and was recently inducted into the National Sailboat Hall of Fame. Over the years, we have grown to offer many more sailboats in our line including a larger version of the Aqua Cat, the Dink line of yacht dinghies, and four daysailers that are the Aqua Finn Daysailer, Pennant Daysailer, American 14.6 and 18 Daysailers.
2. Aquarius Sails Inc.
For over 15 years Aquarius Sail has been utilizing carbon fiber in the construction of their high performance catamarans and the spars that are used on them. Carbon spars are available in two cross sections and lengths up to 50 feet. Smaller spars utilize a solid carbon fiber construction while the larger spars typically utilize a hybrid carbon fiber - foam core construction which produce unequaled weight and stiffness/bend characteristics that are optimized for you application.
3. Catamaran sailboat manufacturers
Catamarans are one of the most popular light, sailing vessels amongst sailors and manufacturers of sailboats. They are usually known as pleasure boats and are remarkable for their speed and power. Manufacturers have also made efforts to keep the popularity of catamarans high on the list of sailors by creating a wide range of models. Some catamarans are as small as fourteen feet and some larger than 35 feet. They could also have a capacity of hundreds of people on its deck. However, as international catamaran manufacturers now make them, catamarans are power boats and not paddle boats. There are a few wood models still around, but most of the new ones are made of fibre glass or PVC.
4. Baltic Yachts
Baltic Yachts is a company which constructs advanced and luxurious sailing yachts. It is located in the municipality of Larsmo in Finland, where it also is the largest employer.The sailing boats constructed are between 50 feet (15 m) and 197 feet (60 m). Advanced and light materials, such as carbon fiber and Kevlar. carbon fiber consist of extremely thin fibers about 0.005–0.010 mm in diameter and composed mostly of carbon atoms. Kevlar is a strong para-aramid synthetic fiber and is the registered trademark for a light.
5. Pacific Seacraft Corporation
Pacific Seacraft Corporation is a Washington, North Carolina based sailboat manufacturer specializing in fiberglass monohull cruising boats. Pacific Seacraft is best known for producing the Crealock line of sailboats. These are heavy, overbuilt offshore cruising designs designed by William Crealock. Crealocks are distinctive due to their overhanging canoe sterns, traditional lines, and lack of bowsprit. Pacific Seacraft sailboats have been featured in both volumes of Ferenc Máté's The World's Best Sailboats and are considered to be among the highest quality sailing yachts still in production. Fortune Magazine twice selected Pacific Seacraft as a producer of America's 100 best products.