OnBoat Inc.


A sailboat with length  between 30 to 39 foot is considered a medium size sailboat. This size range is perfect for family reunion and friends gathering to enjoy the time over the water. In order to pursuit best balance between comfort and cost, OnBoat is using mostly 30’-35’ sailboat as standard for Gilligan’s Cruise. This size is very comfortable for 6 – 8 guests*

OnBoat wants to ensure the best of your boating experience. OnBoat has a long checklist to make sure every boat in service meets both safety and comfort requirement.

Major manufacturer brand name of medium size sailboat:

HUNTER       www.marlow-hunter.com

CATALINA     www.catalinayachts.com

BENETEAU   www.beneteauusa.com

JEANNEAU     www.jeanneau.com

Photo gallery for medium size sailboat**

Medium-size sailboat details:

CHART: Specification of a medium size sailboat
Length 30′-35′
Beam Size 10′-12′
Dry Weight 9,000-13,000 Lbs
Draft 4′-6′
Ballast 3’000-4’000 Lbs
Max cruising Speed 9 knots

Onboard equipment list:


  • Bimini, provide shade for cockpit area
  • Dodger, prevent wind and waves
  • Restroom onboard***
  • In Cabin Lounge
  • 2 Bedrooms plus one sofa sleeper sleeps 5
  • In Cabin dining Table
  • Cockpit Coffee Table
  • Cockpit sitting Area


  • Full Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Hot/Cold water
  • WIFI****
  • Stereo Audio


  • USCG approved life jackets
  • USCG approved fire extinguisher
  • Emergency Radio System
  • Emergency Signal
  • Through able floating device


  • Auto Pilot
  • GPS with chart plotter
  • Wind Indicator
  • Radar
*Federal regulation limited the number of passengers at maximum of 6 does not matter the size of boat for non-commercial boats
** Photos provided by manufacturer, may not same with actual boat
*** Federal regulation prohibited the use of marine restroom within the distance of 3 nautical miles offshore, please inquire captain before use onboard toilet
**** Due to mobile signal condition, not available all times and all locations


ONBOAT offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel.