TIWAL Inflatable Sailboat

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Rides

Christopher Cross’ 1980 hit “Sailing” may be on a permanent loop in half of the nation’s elevators, but that doesn’t mean it’s still not an awesome song. It is.

OK, off the soapbox now, but still on the topic of sailing, we’re digging the TIWAL, an inflatable small-craft sailboat that can take you from humming “Sailing” to actually sailing within 20 minutes, as that’s how long the makers say it takes to assemble the TIWAL. At 10’ long and 110 lbs., this pleasurecraft should be easy for you and Christopher Cross to get from your car into the water. It features a reinforced aluminum frame and a 5.2 square meter sail, though you can also upgrade to a 7 square meter sail. When you’re done, the whole thing folds up into two bags. [Purchase]

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