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(978) 263 7598
(Direct Line to Owner & Manager Jim Luckett - 7 days/wk 9am - 8pm Eastern)


SailboatsToGo, LLC
23 Pine Vale RD

Waltham, MA 02451

Hi, I am Jim Luckett, owner and founder of SailboatsToGo LLC. This website is about putting you and your playmates into the most convenient, comfortable and fun little sailboats on the market.   If you want to skip this and go right to our on-line catalog click here.  Any text you see here in color is also a link you can click on.


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Can these odd little sailboats go fast? Check out our videos.  You may not win races, but they give a satisfying sensation of speed in a good wind.   Customer Feedback Click Here

Wanted: Sailing Without Hassle

I started SailboatsToGo LLC because I love sailing and I hate expense and hassle. When I get the impulse to be on the lake or bay under sail, I want to just go and be sailing within the hour. When I'm not sailing, I don't want mooring fees, trailer license fees, storage issues, maintenance issues etc.  My personal sailing history went like this:

I looked at and rented Sunfish -- Too Heavy on land and it's strictly bathing-suit sailing, which is no good in early Spring or in Fall.

I owned a Super Snark.  It was a blast.  The Super Snark or Sunflower can be a great solution for portable sailing if you don't mind the lack of creature comforts and you have a way to store it under cover.  See them here.     

I built a plywood sailboat. Too heavy and it required a trailer, and annual maintenance, and was not comfortable.

I looked at and rented the Escape. Too heavy. Trailer required. Not comfortable, not dry.


1st Solution: Canoe Sailing

At last I bought a sail rig for my canoe. FABULOUS! Roomy, lightweight, dry, comfy, fun to sail. So great, that I wanted to bring the sail rig with me on vacations to the Caribbean. But there are no canoes to rent in the Caribbean.

So I tried a Sevylor sail rig on a Caravelle inflatable raft. Took it in my luggage on the airplane. GREAT CONCEPT, poor execution.  


2nd Solution: Sailing Inflatables


So, I junked the Sevylor rig and started from scratch with the Sevylor hull, some parts from my canoe sail rig and some ingenuity. The resulting inflatable sailboat worked so well I was surprised, delighted and eager to share it with the world.   SailboatsToGo was born, selling my rig for inflatable dinghies, as well as  canoe and kayak sail rigs along with other boating accessories.


Call Me On the Phone

You can trust SailboatsToGo. I am a boating enthusiast like you, and I'm not happy if you're not happy. Here's my home phone: 978-263-7598 and email . Call me (up to 9 PM Eastern time) or email me and let's get acquainted and see what if any sail rig is right for you. No pressure, I promise. The only sales I want are ones where the buyer is truly happy and comfortable with their purchase. I have another successful line of work for actually putting bread on the table. SailboatsToGo is for fun.   We're a family business:  My son Jeff did this website.   My daughter Sofia appears in many photos.  My wife Betty is my marketing coach and another photo model.  Brother Dan is my beta tester.  Sister Arleigh pitches in with advice  and photography services.   Our friends also serve as  models in the photos you see  on our website.   Our credit card processing is done over an encrypted connection which stands behind our guarantee of honest dealing and secure credit-card processing.   If you need any help with a purchase (before, during, or after)  give us a call or shoot us an email.


Sail Mail

Send us an email saying "I'm interested in maybe some day buying a __________ but still mulling it over."   We don't spam and we don't share email addresses with anyone.  Address:

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Boat Safely! Learn and follow the rules of safe boating. Don't take foolish risks. Wear life preservers, bring paddles, and boat only when and where conditions are appropriate to your boat and skill level.  Boating has inherent risks of injury or death, that precautions can reduce but not eliminate.  By using our products you signify acceptance of those risks.


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(978) 263-7598  (Direct Line to Owner & Manager Jim Luckett)
7 days per week - 9 am to 8pm Eastern