The Q24 Fleet

Q24 Page 4

There are many beautiful Q24s sailing about, so it’s only right and proper that we have a page devoted to them.  So here we are!   If you own a 24, you’re welcome to post.  I’m happy to add pictures, too.  To post a new comment, you’ll have to scroll to the very bottom of this page- all the way down.  I’ve managed to change the formatting to display just the newest comments first, so scrolling down is no longer so tedious.  All of the older comments are still here though.  Just follow the link at the bottom of this page.




  1. Greetings from Cooperstown,NY. Could someone tell me if down below is sitting or standing headroom. ( I am 5’7″). Also, at 4000 lbs., is a single axle trailer sufficient to carry the load? Thanks….much appreciated!

  2. Boomkicker question: the company recommends their model K0500 for the Quickstep 24 in their table of recommended models. However the they list in another table that the K500 is fro boats from 16 to 20′ and the k0750 model for boats 20-25′. Has anyone installed a Boomkicker and if so which model and what has your experience been. I have 1989 hull # LNUKS188A989. Located in black Rock Harbor Connecticut.

    1. No experience. Happy with my TL and I like the interoperability of same, halyard, TL etc.
      The boom of a Q24 is fairly light compared to other similar size bracket boats. Some builders/designers spec a utility pole for spars…see Tartan. This may account for the lighter model. Did you ask Boomkicker?

  3. I have an 1988 Q24 that was drowned on a lift. It came with a 1gm10 diesel in a bucket that is now just about ready to go back in. From what I can see the engine justs sits over the bilge with a wood panel blocking the engine compartment from the cabin. I am wondering if there is more of a box to help with engine noise or what people have used for sound deadening to quiet the engine. Seems like it would be easier to take care of this while the diesel is out? If anyone has pics of the installed diesel, I would love to see them.



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