Yes. Being lightweight, most average family cars can tow the SB20 comfortably. The drop keel configuration helps keep the weight low and less windage helps with fuel economy. The trailer weighs only 260kg and meets UK/European regulations, but you should check the latest regulations for your own country. As a guide, the all up weight of the boat, trailer, rig, sails and spares is approximately 1000kg and the approximate dimensions are in the drawing shown below.
How long does it take to rig the SB20?
From arriving at your sailing venue with the boat on the trailer, rigging your boat ready to launch (with the assistance of your crew) should take around 30 minutes.
How many crew can I sail with?
The SB20 was designed to sail with a crew of three or four people. If you’re racing you need to come in under the crew weight limit of 270kg.
Can I rent an SB20?
In Portugal you can rent a race ready boat from SailCascais and in the UK you can do the same from Sportsboatworld. Its easy, all ready for you, drive up, jump in and go…
Can I book a sailing trial?
Yes, please contact Sales or your dealer to arrange a sailing trial.
How much is the SB20 sailaway package and what does it include?
The sailaway package includes everything to get you sailing: hull, mast, boom, three sails, foils, running rigging and more. See pricelist here
Does the SB20 have a cabin?
No, but it does have adequate storage below deck for all your day sailing requirements.
Where can I find spare parts for my SB20?
You can find our network of dealers right here on our website, so check if they are near you. If you come from a country where we currently don’t have a dealership, please check our products and spare parts page and contact Sportsboat World, we’ll be happy to help you.