Used Sailboat Yachts

Denison Yacht Sales loves Sailboats! We especially love helping clients find the perfect Sailboat, and love assisting Sailboat owners on that sad day when they decide to sell their yacht.

This Sailboats Resource Page is designed to make the Shopping Process easier. We have made searching very simple. You can search Sailboats for sale by location, size, price, and brand with a few mouse clicks. If you have any suggestions on how we can make this page better for you to use, please let us know; we’d love for the shopping process to be as simple, easy, and fun as possible.

If you would like to speak to a live person, you can call a Denison yacht broker at 954.763.3971

Denison Yacht Sales is proud to be the exclusive dealer for Beneteau Sailboats, Dufour Yachts, and Fountaine Pajot.

About Sailboat Yachts

Sailboat Characteristics: The term sailboat covers a wide variety of sailing craft, each with its own characteristics and styles. They come in all sizes from day-sailers and other boats less than 11 feet long to the dinghy, larger single-masted sailboats, two-masted boats called yawls, and large yachts.
Boats used for racing are specially designed for speed and maneuverability, while sailboats of all sizes that have onboard quarters for passengers and crew are sturdier in design with more details for comfort.
Most modern sails are made of Dacron, a polyester fiber. Sails fall into two major categories and then into many subclasses. The two major categories are square and triangular sails.
Sailboat Construction & Hull Design:
Most sailboats have displacement hulls, allowing them to travel more smoothly through the water, and are usually made of fiberglass, metal, or wood.
While monohull sailboats are more traditional and far more common, there are many performance advantages to catamaran and trimaran sailboats, including faster speeds and more stability. A monohull relies on ballast for stability. Catamarans and trimarans gain stability from the distance between their multiple hulls.
Some of the most popular sailboat options are Beneteau, Oyster, Privilege, Fountaine Pajot, Leopard, Jeanneau, Catalina and Marlow-Hunter.
Sailboat Power Options:
Sailboats differ from other types of boats in that they are propelled partly or entirely by wind; they use sails to transform the power of the wind into power that moves the boat through the water.

Many sailboats also carry inboard or outboard diesel-powered motors in the event they are becalmed (motionless from lack of wind) or their sailors simply want a speedier return to port.

Sailboat Specialists