Lines by Nigel Irens and team!

The Standard SeaRail 19 Package:
    • Aluminum rig - 2:1 main halyard
    • Boomless main (16.35m2, 176sqf) w/Single Reef Point
    • Roller furling jib (7.7m2, 83sqf) w/Harken Furler, Zipper Luff, and UV Shield  
    • Self tacking jib system w/2:1 Sheet 
    • Cunningham system
    • Traveler track with single line control car
    • 6:1 Main sheet system
    • Rotator control tackle
    • Tiller extension
    • Dyneema knotless netting w/hiking straps by Sunrise (100 ft2 total netting)
    • Synthetic cap-shrouds
    • Mast raising system
    • Forward and aft mast supports
    • Composite daggerboard/dagger rudder
    • Aluminum rudder case and tiller handle
    • Lockable watertight companionway hatch  
    • V-storage/single berth 
    • On-the-water-folding system
    • Galvanized Cradle with wheels, axles and hull supports
  • This standard SeaRail 19 package retails for USD27,990
  • The initial deposit is USD 5,000
Optional Gear:
  • Spinnaker Kit - Furling Spinnaker (25.83 m2, 278 sqf, Spinnaker pole, Ronstan continuous line furler and 4 ratchet control blocks: USD 3,150.
  • Cradle/Trailer conversion kit - includes spring kit, lights, hitch coupler, fenders, license bracket: USD 670
  • Padded D/B Bag: USD 75
  • Second Tiller Extension: USD 140
  • Outboard Mount: USD 340
  • Torqueedo 1003L Outboard  USD 1,999
Key Statistics
  • Length of hull: 5800mm (19')
  • Beam unfold: 4455mm (14' 6")
  • Beam fold: 1800mm (6' 11")
  • Mast length: 9115mm (29' 10")
  • Weight: Under 317kg (700 lb) fully laden (100% of the sailing gear onboard)
  • Towing Weight. 500kg (1,100 lb)  
Sail Area
  • Main: 16sqm (176sqf)
  • R/F jib: 7.7sqm (83sqf)
  • Spinnaker: 22sqm (278sqf)
Ronstan Package with a Harken headsail furler 

Hand laid vacuum bagged process – using premium marine grade gelcoat, vinylester skins, PVC closed-cell foam core (unsinkable) and carbon reinforcements.

The boat folds and unfolds very easily with two people - I can do it myself! The beam/float system only weighs approx 100#'s per side so, with two people, it's a breeze. It should take no more than 15 minutes from parking lot to water.

To see images of the all new SeaRail 19, click here.