Com-Pac Sun Cat
The "Sun Cats" heritage is the famous Cape Cod Cat used in the early 1900's to work the clam and scallop beds in the rough waters of Vineyard an Nantucket Sounds. These boats carried huge loads in all kinds of weather and sea conditions. They became known for their stability, amazing speed and ability to sail into a steep chop. These qualities prompted Clark Mills to put his concept on the Sun Cat on paper and commit it to modern construction.
The "Sun Cat" was an immediate success. Sailors who appreciate timeless design will enjoy endless hours of peaceful cruising and exhilarating performance in the "Sun Cat". Low maintenance, design simplicity, and the Mastender Rigging System where your mast is up and ready to go in minutes insure its continued popularity.
Photos are of sister ship.
This boat is made to order in the USA.
Max Draft: 14" to 54"
Mastender quick-rig sailing system
Two opening cabin ports and one fixed port
Twin 6' 5" settee berths with cushions
Storage for porta-potty
Teak and holly cabin sole
Mahogany and ash liminated tiller
Chain locker and battery compartment
Mainsheet traveller and quick-release mainsheet
Three stainless-steel mooring cleats
Stainless-steel rub rail
Stainless-steel retractable motor bracket
Cockpit-seat storage lockers
Forward opening hatch, main slide hatch and teak main-hatch boards
Storage for 6 gallon fuel tank
Teak & stainless-steel boom gallows
Gaff-headed Dacron sail with one reef
High-aspect aluminum kick-up rudder
Metal cove stripe and waterline
Cabin handrails and trim
Stainless-steel towing/mooring bow eye
Subject to change without notice.