How much does a Laser boat cost?

How much does a Laser boat cost?

A new Laser will cost about $5,500. A used Laser in good condition will usually cost between $1,500 and $3,500. A new Wayfarer will cost about $15,000.

How much is a Laser sailing boat?

The Laser – Now at the unheard of price of $4,995! The Laser is the world’s most popular adult racing class boat. True to one-design standards, each Laser in the world is identical ensuring the best sailor on the water wins the race, not the boat.

Who makes Laser sails?

LaserPerformance is an Anglo-American dinghy manufacturer- the world’s largest producer of small sailboats. LaserPerformance manufactures many sailboats including: Laser, Sunfish, Laser Pico, Bug, Laser Vago, Laser Bahia, Club FJ, Club 420, Z420, Vanguard 15, Dart 16, Funboat and Optimists.

Where are Laser boats made?

The Laser is manufactured by different companies in different regions. They include LaserPerformance in Europe and the Americas, Performance Sailcraft Australia in Oceania, and Performance Sailcraft Japan in Asia.

Is LaserPerformance still in business?

Today. LaserPerformance now builds and sells a wide range of racing and recreational sailboat dinghies, including the Laser, Laser Pico, Laser Bahia, Laser Vago, Sunfish, Club FJ, Club 420, Dart 16, and Bug.

Do Laser sailboats have a keel?

The Laser Stratos comes in two forms, one with a keel (similar to most yachts) and one with a centreboard (like nearly all dinghies). The centreboard version is red and the keel version is blue.

How many Laser sailboats have been built?

Over 200,000 Lasers have been built. Most of these are still racing and can offer a low cost way of experiencing the thrill of Laser sailing and racing enjoyed by many people throughout the world.

Is laser performance still in business?

What happened Laser boat?

In 2019 the ILCA moved against Laser Performance (the UK licensed builder which also owned the trademark on the Laser name) and withdrew its right to build officially measured boats. The ILCA has chosen the new name of “ILCA Dinghy” for the boat.