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  • 582121

    UK 18ft Skiff Class Association

    Class Association

    The 18ft Skiff is considered the fastest class of sailing skiffs and the most powerful monhull dinghy. Racing takes place in Australia, Europe and America. The class has a long history of racing in Sydney Harbour, Australia since 1892. The boat has changed significantly since the early days using the latest technology in hull, rig and sail design to optimise the performance. The skill, strength and agility demanded by this skiff design of its crew attracts the worlds best sailors challenging them to close and spectacular racing.

  • 572513

    International Micro Cupper Class Association

    Class Association

    Seneffe, Hainaut, Belgium

    The MICRO Class was created in 1977, on the initiative of the French magazine "Bateaux" which provided the foundations of a measurement intended to sail in elapsed time on small, easily transportable yachts and without an IOR / CHS (now IMS / IRC) measurement.

  • 582198

    Yachting World Day Boat Association

    Class Association

    There is a very active Class Association which exists to advise members, advertise Dayboats and maintain a healthy interest in racing and cruising. Officers and Committee are elected annually to co-ordinate national and local racing, cruising and social events, and keep up to date on matters of interest to Dayboat owners.

  • 582019

    Laser Pico Class Association

    Class Association

    Laser Pico is an international success story - selected by families, top sailing schools and holiday companies around the globe.

  • 573552

    Lymington River Scow Class Association

    Class Association

    Lymington, Hampshire, England, UK

    R.Y.A. recognised, independent Class Association

  • 573549

    Laser Cruising website

    Class Association

    Friendly, relaxing dinghy cruising.

  • Org_class

    Swiss Dragon Association

    Class Association

    D R A C H E N Der Drachen ist eines der erfolgreichsten Kielboote aller Zeiten. Dank einer Kombination von modernstem Layout und zeitloser Eleganz hat er in den Herzen der Seglerinnen und Segler der ganzen Welt seinen festen Platz. Heute ist der Drachen die weltweit am häufigsten gesegelte Kielbootklasse. Seine legendären Segeleigenschaften haben ihm den Respekt der bekanntesten Segler der Welt eingebracht. So ist zum Beispiel Russel Coutts, der Americas-Cup Sieger, regelmässig in dieser Klasse an zu treffen. Der Drachen ist eines der wenigen Rennbote auf dem Können weit wichtiger ist als das Körpergewicht. Dank strenger Bauvorschriften zeichnet sich das Boot durch hohe Wertbeständigkeit aus. Trotzdem hat die Philosophie, den Drachen in kleinen Schritten stetig weiterzuentwickeln ein hochmodernes Boot hervorgebracht. Der Verlust des olympischen Status 1976 brachte der Klasse keinen Nachteil, wie der spektakuläre Aufstieg der letzten 15 Jahre zeigt. Es ist möglicherweise heute die einzige Klasse, die es begabten Amateuren ermöglicht auf Profistufe zu regattieren. In der Internationalen Dragon Association (IDA) sind über 1500 Drachen weltweit auf allen Kontinenten registriert. Die „Hochburgen“ des Drachensegelns in der Schweiz sind der Thuner-, Boden- und der Zugersee. Die Drachen in der Schweiz sind in der Schweizerischen Drachenflotte organisiert. (ca. 80 Boote). Kontaktadressen: www.dragon-class.ch - info@dragon-class.ch Präsident Vizepräsident Sekretärin Dieter Schmid Alex Ruppli Lotti Schmid Birkenweg 5 Tödistrasse 42 Birkenweg 5 3072 Ostermundigen 8344 Bäretswil 3072 Ostermundigen Tel 031 931 61 69 Tel: 01 939 27 27 Tel/Fax: 031 931 61 69

  • 572467

    Finnish Dragon Association

    Class Association

    Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

    Why to sail in the Dragon class? * One Design rules. The best sailor wins, so the equipment can't be blamed. * There is a skilled and constantly growing fleet. * There are great possibilities for international...

  • Org_class

    Gull Class Association

    Class Association

    The Gull Class Association

  • 582195

    United Kingdom Wayfarer Association

    Class Association

    The owner of a Wayfarer has the opportunity to join a large group of sociable and knowledgeable sailors who together know everything there is to know about this amazing dinghy.

  • 585388

    National Eighteen Foot Class Association

    Class Association

    The National 18’ began in 1938 following a design competition organised by the then YRA (now RYA) and Yachting World magazine.

  • 43746

    UK Laser Association

    Class Association

    The Laser is the most popular sailing dinghy that has ever been produced. There are now nearly 185,000 boats world-wide. At the highest level it is an Olympic class and the UK has a very good standing within the world.

  • 573508

    Comet Trio Class Association

    Class Association

    Now a well established class with fleets around the UK. The Comet Trio is instantly competitive for racing.

  • 565260

    American Schooner Association

    Class Association

    Mystic, Connecticut, United States

    The object of the Association is to foster, promote and encourage the enjoyment, traditions, and preservation of schooners by supporting individuals and organizations that are in sympathy with our object, by maintaining a record of these vessels past and present, and by coordinating a program of racing and cruising.

  • Org_class

    Ajax Class Association

    Class Association

    The Ajax Class is one of the keenest racing classes in the RHYC with good turnouts of up to 16 boats during the season. Racing is held throughout the summer season and takes place both in the River Orwell and in Dovercourt Bay. By tradition the Championships are held in the Bay. St Mawes also has a strong fleet, especially during Falmouth Week, where fleets of 22 boats can be seen.

  • 573606

    International Topper Class Association GBR

    Class Association

    THE FRIENDLY CLASS: This reputation is well earned both by the sailors themselves and their shore-side parents and supporters.

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Kebony yacht decking

Traditionally, high quality yacht decking has been made from teak, but supplies are increasingly difficult to source and harvesting is causing major environmental damage. Alternatives to date have not delivered the aesthetic...

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