Apparently the spigot for making them has turned open so you can get a new one if you want it. The previous production issues related to the moulds not making good parts reliably. Currently there are still production issues due to supply chain issues related to a needed chemical, but several (9) new ones are on the water this year. So you can get one.
Would like to get your thoughts on buying a used rental Getaway. Local rental fleet got some new Getaways recently and are selling two of their 2014 boats. I've rented from this concession over the years - generally seem to take care of the boats, including replacing the sails and tramps which decent after market versions. Have wing seats and forward tramps - no spinnaker of course. I know to look for cracks around tramp platform-to-hull join and bad forward bridle, standing rigging, etc. Know those roto hulls are supposed to be bomb proof, but being dragged up on a beach daily for several years has me concerned. Any simple way fpr the untrained eye to tell if they've gotten thin? There will be new ones right there to compare to ... but I think there was a hull change along the way.
I would have to source a trailer separately. New Getaways are sold out in 2022, there is a 2023 waiting list. I generally don't like to buy new anyway. Owner is asking 5500 each. Not any other Getaways in the Florida used market at the moment, but not in any kind of rush. Getaway season is ending here now, as F27 season gets underway.