The International Laser Class hosts more events in more nations than any other one-design class in the world. In North America alone you can choose from more than 1000 events each year. Whether you choose to race in local club events or international championships there is always something for everyone. The class magazine "Laser Sailor" will always keep you up-to-date on future events, scores, and tips to improve your laser sailing.
The sailplan requires just 2 lines to control and the boat can be set up in less than 5 minutes. The patented kick-up rudder system allows full beach landings with no problems. The hard-chined hull and low sail plan provide unmatched stability and a forgiving feel. The Sunfish hull is light enough to throw on top of your car with ease, and the bulletproof Vanguard construction ensures that your Sunfish will provide years of virtually maintenance free enjoyment. The Sunfish combines performance, stability and durability in a package that appeals to beginners and experts alike.
The Laser Pico is built for your family. The combination of an extremely durable rotomolded hull, spacious self-draining cockpit and a high boom means there is a tremendous amount of room aboard for children or a couple of adults. It is perfect for introducing your family to the sport of sailing.
Every Achilles boat is made with our own proven four-layered fabric reinforced with DuPont Hypalon. They are one of the few inflatable boat companies that manufacture our own Hypalon fabric, and have for over 30 years. This insures consistent quality year-to-year and boat-to-boat. No fabric is more effective in resisting damage from the elements, oil, gasoline or abrasions. And nothing is better for air retention than the interior Neoprene® coating they use. So they take the extra time Hypalon hand-gluing requires to insure that unsurpassed quality, safety and durability are built into every Achilles, from their smallest dinghy to theyir largest utility boat.
So the question shouldn’t be “which inflatable?” but “which Achilles?”.