2002 Vanguard Sailboat Values, Specs and Prices

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Vanguard Sailboats Note

No further information available. Prior to 1998, see Sunfish/Laser Inc for Zuma, Laser & Sunfish models.
(2005 - 1976)

SAILBOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
OPTIMIST 8' SAIL FG 0 0 77 3'7"
PRAM 8' SAIL FG 0 0 77 3'7"
PICO PLUS 12' SAIL PS 0 0 130 4'8"
CLUB FLYING JUNIOR 13' SAIL FG 0 0 210 4'11"
ZUMA 13' SAIL FG 0 0 130 5'
CLUB 420 14' SAIL FG 0 0 230 5'5"
LASER 14' SAIL FG 0 0 130 4'6"
LASER 2 14' SAIL FG 0 0 170 4'8"
LASER PRO 14' SAIL FG 0 0 130 4'6"
LASER RADIAL 14' SAIL FG 0 0 130 4'6"
LASER RADIAL PRO 14' SAIL FG 0 0 130 4'6"
SUNFISH 14' SAIL FG 0 0 125 4'1"
VANGUARD 15 15' SAIL FG 0 0 190 5'6"
VECTOR 15' SAIL FG 0 0 180 6'
49ER 16' SAIL FG 0 0 210 9'
Established as a Wisconsin boat builder in 1967, Vanguard Sailboats grew on the success of company founders Oluf and Peter Harken who provided winning hardware to Olympic sailing competitors. When the Harken brothers sold the company in 1986, the headquarters of Vanguard Sailboats was moved to Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Through Vanguard Sailboats production history, vessels ranging from 8 to 18 feet in length were sold to the racing as well as recreational sailing enthusiasts. In 2007, Vanguard Sailboats was absorbed by Performance Sailcraft Europe and would become part of Laser Performance.