There is a crewing
forum here that seems fairly active. I would think you could find some couples with larger cats who would appreciate an experienced hand along, especially if you are willing to share costs.
Another factor to consider is your ability to handle the rigging
. The smallest cruising cats are by necessity larger than the smaller cruising monohulls. Some people find the size and weight of the rigging
to be uncomfortable to single-hand, though certainly possible.
My money would be on an older Lagoon
(or FP or Leopard). The Gemini's and PDQ's don't offer the same level of comfort, though you might be able to get a newer model for the same money as an old lagoon
, but I have never been to sea with any of them so take this as second-hand knowledge.
heights are a consideration if you plan to sail the ICW
in the U.S. The shorter mast
is an option that some used cats will have.