Expandacraft was developed to fill a spot in the recreational watercraft market that was empty until now. Many boats can do a good job in the water and for what they were designed to do. However, a boat that can not only break down to fit in a small car but be assembled into an entirely different craft is something special indeed.
With Expandacraft modular components, you configure the boat to fit your needs. You can then reconfigure it as your needs change. It’s simple; one set of hulls can be attached to an unlimited number of options for sail, row, paddle, pedal, or a small motor. Whatever you can dream up can be custom ordered. Furthermore, Expandacraft will sell the hull sections alone for those who’d like to tinker and build their own boat.
Where Is Expandacraft Made?
We are proud to say we are made in the USA. All components are manufactured and assembled in Florida and other locations around the country.
Where Did the Design Come From?
The designer is Wesley Stevenson who is an avid multi-hull sailor and first came up with the design in 2002. Over the years, Stevenson has designed and built many boats including a military vessel with a suspension system for high speed with low shock in rough water. The wave-piercing bow of the Expandacraft is a carryover from another boat project designed for a stabilized platform for offshore research.