Alberg 22 - Very well done site devoted to the venerable Alberg 22 - a full keel small cruiser.
Britannia Boats offers some excellent, seaworthy small cruisers
Catalina makes several excellent pocket cruisers.
Cape Dory Owners Association - THE source of Cape Dory info.
California Cape Dory Owners Association - Much info on these great boats with many links to other Cape Dory sites.
Chrysler Sailing Association - A very informative site on the full line of Chrysler sailboats. Includes brochures, specifications, history, etc...
Com-Pac Manufacturer's Page
Com-Pac Yacht Owners Association- a very nicely done site.
Pacific Seacraft is manufacturing the Dana 24. Appears to be an excellent blue-water choice.
On the Eastsail website you will find several very attractive, traditional cruisers. A nicely done website too.
The two sites below offer info on the Flicka and some other small cruisers. The Flicka is a little outside my weight requirements for an easily trailerable cruiser, but can be trailered. Deserves a look if you don't mind the weight.
The Flicka Website
Venerable boat no longer being produced, but many are still around. Visit the Grampian 26 Owners Web.
Manufacturer's Page - Hunter has a full line of popular cruisers.
Hunterowners.com - A Hunter owners site.
Jeanneu has a number of very popular trailerable sailboats.
Several good Luger links here.
Menger Boatworks, Inc. - Several superb pocket cruising catboats.
The MacGregor 26 is a very interesting boat. Looks like a very comfortable trailerable cruiser. Very unique dual purpose - can handle up to a 50 horsepower outboard for those days when the wind just won't do.
Manufacturer's Web Site is back.
The Norfolk Smuggler is a traditional sailboat through and through. It is built by Charlie Ward Traditional Boats, Ltd.
Nor'Sea Yachts produces the Nor'Sea 27. A seaworthy cruiser.
O'Day manufacturer's site - now being produced in Japan.
Here are some other O'Day links:
O'Day Sailboats Unofficial Web Site
Pacific Dolphin 24
Good overview of the Pacific Dolphin 24. Looks like a capable and roomy cruiser.
Precision has several interesting pocket cruisers over 20 feet - 21, 23, and 28 footers.
Also check out the Precision Owners page.
The Ranger 23 Bulletin Board is a good source of info on this 1971 Gary Mull design.
The Rhodes 22 is a great cruiser with many amenities. The roller furling sails make single handing a breeze. Nicely done website too.
Rob Legg Yachts
Great looking RL24 and RL28 pocket cruisers from Austrailia.
Popular racer/cruisers. I haven't found a manufacturer web site, but here are some sites with lots of info:
Overview of the San Juan 21 Sailboat
San Juan 21 Harbor a San Juan 21 message board
San Juan Website info on all the San Juans.
Pictures and San Juan Links
More San Juan Links
SJ-24 · San Juan 24 Owner's Forum
Info on the designer Bruce Kirby
S2 6.7 & 6.9 Class Association
The S2 6.7 & 6.9 Page covers the pocket version of S2's popular 7.9 meter, designed to match performance aspects in a reduced size.
SeaPearl and Rob Roy - Marine Concepts
Marine Concepts makes several great boats including tri-hulls. The SeaPearl 21 is open, but has an optional convertible cabin. Definitely worth a look.
Seaward makes several great pocket cruisers.
South Coast 22
A Carl Alburg designed boat. The site includes South Coast 22 message boards and lots of good info.
The T22 Class Association Web Site has all things Tanzer.
The Västbris is 6.15 m wooden beauty. Lots of room below deck due to full keel.
Westerly currently does not build anything under 33', but there are older Westerly pocket cruisers out there. Here are a couple links:
Westerly Manufacturer's Site
Westerly Owners Association