West Coast Sailing sells sailboats from Laser Performance, McLaughlin, PS2000, Bic Sport and Tasar.  We sell Laser sails, sailboat parts, accessories and upgrades from Gill, SEA, Stohlquist, Magic Marine, Seitech and many other of the best small sailboat brands.

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  • Current Colors and Sails - Summer 2013


SKU: 10020

The iconic Sunfish is one of the most popular sailboats in history. Over 200,000 have been built over the years, and the Sunfish is still one of the easiest sailboats to rig and sail.

Hoist the sail, trim the mainsheet and steer - you're sailing! The triangular 'lateen' sail is both easy to control and easy to rig and de-powers well in gusty wind. Not the roomiest cockpit ever, but a comfortable place to enjoy any day on the water.

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  • Lightweight fiberglass construction
  • Self-bailing cockpit
  • Storage space in the back of cockpit
  • Easily car-toppable
  • Mainsheet ratchet block

  • Lateen-rigged sail automatically de-powers when hit by a gust of wind
  • Variety of sail colors available
  • All white race sail has a window near the tack of the sail allowing the lower boom to be cinched right down close to the deck and still have visibility
  • Sail easily attaches with plastic sail rings, which are replaced with sail ties similar to an Opti on the race version

  • New rudder and daggerboard are made from Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
  • Patented kick-up rudder for effortless beach launches, landings, and shallow-water sailing
  • New aluminum tiller and extension

Race Upgrades
  • Race version lower boom comes with two clam cleats, which allows an outhaul and cunningham to be rigged giving great control the shape of the sail
  • Further control of the sail shape can be a achieved by turning the end of the halyard into a makeshift vang (see Sunfish Tips, Tricks, and Tuning Guide for how to do this)
  • The gooseneck also has a quick-release on it to allow you to shift the sail plane fore and aft effectively raking the mast

  • Length: 13' 9"
  • Beam: 4' 1"
  • Draft: 2' 1"
  • Sail Area: 75 ft2
  • Hull Weight: 120lbs
  • Capacity: 1-2 People