For full disassembly, the Hobie Wave is going to be your best bet. They are designed to be completely taken apart for storage & transport. The hulls, crossbars, and tramp all slide apart easlily.
If you want to stick with one of the larger, fiberglass boats, I would think Hobie 17. It's still going to be some work, but it's probably the easiest of the fiberglass boats to disassemble. You would need to loosen the tramp, undo the rear lacings, and slide it out of the side tracks. Then just unbolt the four crossbar bolts and pull the crossbars out. You'd be looking at about 1/2 hour to disassemble the hulls and probably one hour to re-assemble.
Hobie 16s often require a mallet and a lot of persuasion to assemble and disassemble. Not something most people would be willing to do every time.