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  • Newbridge Navigator and Venturer Association
    The Navigator & Venturer Association (NAVA) stems from the Association formed by Newbridge Navigator owners who wanted to share with other owners the pleasures of these small sailing cruisers. Owners of Venturers were invited to join when they came on the market and developed source of information regarding these yachts, their construction and maintenance, faults and foibles. Many yachts were bought as kits and fitted out by their owners. Based in the UK
    http://www.newbridge-nava.co.uk/
    (Added: Tue Dec 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Newport 30 Association of San Francisco
    The purpose of this organization shall be to promote enjoyment of the Newport 30 yacht; to encourage boating safety, and enhanced seamanship skills through cruising, class racing under uniform rules and regulations, social and educational opportunities in the Association; and to maintain the one design status of the Newport 30 yacht.
    http://www.newport30.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nicholson 31 Association
    The Nicholson 31 Association was formed in May 2004, 28 years after the launch of the first Nicholson 31, to bring together owners from around the globe.
    http://www.nicholson31forum.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • NODRA National One-Design Racing Association
    Swift and graceful, the 17-foot National One-Design (NOD) is a classic sloop-rigged sailboat that offers comfortable day sailing as well as competitive racing. Designed in 1936 by W.F.(Bill) Crosby, the boat is still upholding the adage that "if it looks good, it is good."
    http://www.nodra.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 11 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Noelex 25 Trailer Yacht Association
    The Noelex 25 quickly became the fastest production Trailer Yacht in New Zealand and was first and second in the 1980 Trailer Yacht Nationals. Later on that year the N25 became a national class sharing this distinction with the Hartley 16 and Noelex 22. In spite of the profile that racing gives a class it is in the anchorages of the Hauraki Gulf, the bays of the Marlborough Sounds or the golden beaches of Tasman Bay that the Noelex 25 comes into its own. Easily handled by Husband and Wife and offering comfortable accommodation for the family it is a wonderful cruising machine which has stood the test of time. Wellington, New Zealand
    http://www.noelex25.co.nz/
    (Added: Sun Nov 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nonsuch - International Nonsuch Association
    International Nonsuch Association. The Nonsuch® is the inspiration of Gordon Fisher, who with yacht designer Mark Ellis, approached George Hinterhoeller to build a comfortable cruising boat. This idea has produced over 950 boats from 22' to 36' that are enjoyed today by sailors of all types. Nonsuches are unique as are the sailors that love them. The International Nonsuch Association is committed to the enjoyment of Nonsuch class sailboat cruising, racing and general fellowship. It sponsors a biennial International Rendezvous, maintains one-design control for fair and competitive racing within the class, provides unique Nonsuch parts and services enabling INA members to maintain and protect their investment in a high quality yacht. The association encourages and supports participation in our partner Regional Associations who organize events close to where you sail.
    http://www.nonsuch.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • North American Land Sailing Association
    NALSA's landsailing home on the web. The specific and primary purposes of the North American Land Sailing Association are to promote the sport and pastime of land sailing for the exclusive enjoyment of members of the Association and to provide a forum for communication among the members that will advance the sport. Here you will find information here on the North American Land Sailing Association (NALSA), upcoming sanctioned events, US club information and landsailing in general.
    http://www.nalsa.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • NS14 Association
    The Australian NS14 Sailing Dinghy. The NS14 is an Australian designed sailing dinghy, intended for competitive family sailing. It has a simple rig, is light enough to be lifted from a trailer (fully rigged) into the water by 3 persons of average strength, requires only reasonable fitness to sail, and is affordable by the private sailor.
    http://www.ns14.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • NW Potters and NW Trailer-Sailors
    Keeping Northwest Trailer-Sailors Connected. The NW Potter's website was created to facilitate communication between small craft sailors in the Pacific Northwest region (Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and British Columbia), as well as to show off some of the activities of the top-notch sailors we have in the region. On this site you will find information about past and future sailing adventures, blogs from members about various sailing topics, links to other websites of interest to small craft sailors, galleries of photos, and more.
    http://nwpotters.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • O'pen BIC Class Association
    The objective of the O'pen BIC Class Association is to provide an exciting format of dinghy racing for young people. The O'pen BIC Class Association (OBCA) aims to promote and manage O'pen BIC Class competition at an International and Continental level and represent the interest of the owners and their National Associations.
    http://class.openbic.com/
    (Added: Sun Feb 10 2008) - Report this link as bad!
  • Offshore Yachts Class Owners' Association
    OYCOA is an international association of recreational sailing folk who own vessels built by Offshore Yachts or have an interest in these capable and sturdy vessels. This website serves as a repository for knowledge and a place for discussion for OYCOA members. Based in the UK
    http://www.oycoa.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ohlson 38
    The O-38: the perfect cruising boat, sailing comfortably, good looking and a fast racer. This page is for the Ohlson 38 enthusiasts, be these owners, previous or future, or those who just love these good looking boats.
    http://www.ohlson38.de/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • OK - Irish OK Dinghy Association
    The OK Dinghy is a single-handed dinghy with an unstayed mast and a moderately big sail. First designed as a trainer for the Finn dinghy, it has followed developments in the Finn over the years. The class is active in France, Belgium, Germany, all the Nordic countries, Poland, Australia and NZ, and is starting up again in the Netherlands. There's a thriving fleet in the UK.
    https://iokda.wordpress.com/
    (Added: Sun Dec 27 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • OK Dinghy - International OK Dinghy Association
    The OK Dinghy International Association (OKDIA) is the organization for sailing in the International OK-Dinghy class. The OK Dinghy is a 4m long single-handed sailing racing dinghy. The design of the OK dinghy celebrated it's 50th anniversary in 2007.
    http://www.okdia.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • OK Dinghy - New Zealand
    The international OK Dinghy is a 4 metre single-handed racing yacht, which has enjoyed strong international competition for many years. The attraction of the OK is that it is in a truly international class, providing high-level competition and the opportunity for yachtsmen to compete in an annual Wolrd championship, held in a different country each year. There are three major strongholds for the class in New Zealand, these are Wellington, Napier and Auckland, smaller fleets are also in action in the south island.
    http://okdinghy.blogspot.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 05 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Olson 25 Class Association
    The Olson 25 was designed in 1984 by George Olson as a dry-sailable sport boat. A cross between the radical Olson 30 ultralight and the traditional designs of the day, the Olson 25 can perform better than cruising boats much larger, and yet is capable of comfortable family weekending. Manufactured by Pacific Boats and Ericson Yachts there were approximately 130 built.
    http://www.olson25.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Olson 30
    Olson 30 National Class Association, U.S. The Olson 30 is the product of George Olson’s inspiration to build an ultra light rocket, designed to excel in light and heavy conditions, and to scream downwind. The Olson 30 was built from 1978to 1984; 255 were reported built, however, the highest hull number reported still to be in existence is #246.
    http://www.olson30.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • One Metre
    International One Metre Class Home. The One Metre class is the newest yet fastest growing international class. It is administered by the ISAF-RSD.
    http://www.onemetre.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Open 5.70 North American Class Association
    The Open 5.70 is the best all around one-design racer as it combines good performance with excellent versatility. If you also factor in cost and quality then Open 5.70 really stands out. The boat can be easily sailed single handed, double handed or with a crew of three. The spacious and comfortable cockpit make it very accessible to all types of sailors, old or young - allowing for father & son teams, husband & wife teams, and all women teams for example. It's exceptional stability ensures the boat is easy to handle in all conditions while still challenging those who are experienced as well as forgiving those who are new to sportboat sailing.
    http://www.open570usa.com/
    (Added: Tue Nov 27 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Optimist
    Bermuda Optimist Dinghy Association - News, Racing Results, Events, Photo Gallery, and more.
    http://www.boda.bm/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Optimist
    US Optimist Dinghy Association (USODA). USODA is the national class organization for Optimist sailing in the United States. The United States Optimist Dinghy Association (USODA) has helped to grow interest in sailing and would like you to join us in developing lifelong sailors. Our mission is simple: USODA will support and sustain junior sailors, their families, and junior sailing programs with leadership, information, and organization which facilitates the growth of Optimist sailing at all levels. We will accomplish this while promoting fun, safety, self-reliance, and good sportsmanship.
    http://www.usoda.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Optimist - Australia
    Australian International Optimist Dinghy Association. The Optimist was first introduced in Australia in the 1970’s at Sandy Bay Sailing Club, Tasmania where KA1 still lives. It took 30 odd years to register the first 300 boats, but since 2007 the fleet has quadrupled and today there is some 1550 boats registered nationally and sailing in every state.
    http://www.optimist.yachting.org.au/
    (Added: Tue Jan 13 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Optimist - International Optimist Dinghy Association
    International Homepage. The Optimist is, quite simply, the dinghy in which the young people of the world learn to sail. Over 150,000 kids in over 100 countries cannot be wrong. The Optimist is not only one of the biggest dinghy classes in the world, it is the fastest growing. IODA is the international body that groups national associations in charge of the regulation and development of the Optimist sailing in each country.
    http://www.optiworld.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Optimist - Poland
    Narodowe Stowarzyszenie Klasy Optimist. The Polish Optimist Dinghy Association (PSKO) is an organization gathering about 1000 competitors of OPTIMIST class. Our objectives are to support the youngest sailors in their fulfillment of sailing passions, to train and to organize sailing regatta on regional, national and international levels. We do our best to exchange experience with other similar organizations in other countries and to cooperate with the international associations of the same class. Poland
    http://www.psko.pl/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Optimist - Western Australia
    Western Australian Optimist Association. The official body that governs the Optimist class of boats is IODA or the International Optimist Dinghy Association. IODA ensures the Optimist Class Rules are observed, they coordinate youth work between member countries and establish and set the conditions for the IODA World and Continental Championships and choose the venues. In Australia, the Australian International Optimist Dinghy Association (AIODA) is the body that promotes competition and training in optimist sailing within the country. Each state in Australia has its own association and we are the Western Australian association, known as WAIODA or the Western Australian International Optimist Dinghy Association.
    http://www.waioda.org.au/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Osprey Class
    The Osprey design was originally penned by Ian Proctor in the early 1950’s. It was designed for the Olympic Selection Trials along with several others; two of which became the Flying Dutchman and 505 of today. Ospreys in the early days often raced with a crew of three, although with introduction of the trapeze, the optimum racing crew became two. The class still allow 2 or 3 on board whilst racing, but only one on trapeze. Based in the UK
    http://www.ospreysailing.org/
    (Added: Sun Jan 04 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Paceship Website Homepage
    The Website created by and for Owners and Enthusiasts of the Paceship Yacht Ltd Boats and their Fore-runners. Information including specifications and photos of the Paceship Yacht sailboats including all known Paceship and AMF/Paceship boats and general sailing info.
    http://www.paceship.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 11 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Paper Tiger New Zealand updated
    The New Zealand Paper Tiger Owners Association (NZPTOA) is the govening body for the Paper Tiger class in New Zealand. The class is affliated to Yachting New Zealand. The class has a strong membership in New Zealand - over 100 members and currently growing. Members are enthusiasticsail and play hard.
    https://www.papertiger.org.nz/
    (Added: Fri Dec 11 2009) - Report this link as bad!
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