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  • Optimist - Australia
    Australian International Optimist Dinghy Association. The Optimist was first introduced in Australia in the 1970s 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 - UK
    Optimist Sailing in the UK. You will find all you need to know about Optimist Sailing here whether Learning to Sail, Starting to Race or our Optimist Wiki. Weymouth, Dorset, England, UK
    http://www.optimist.org.uk/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018) - 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 1950s. 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
    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!
  • Parker and Seal Sailing Association
    The PSSA is a class association for owners of Parker and Seal yachts but it is also open to owners of other types of shallow draft yachts. It is an active friendly club with almost 350 members, which organises rallies, social events and an annual race around the Isle of Wight. It's organised into 6 regions around the UK, plus a trailer-sailer group.
    http://www.parkerseal.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • PDQ Owners Forum
    Discussion Forum for owners of PDQ multihull yachts. This forum is intended to bring new and veteran PDQ owners together to create an on-line community to exchange ideas, knowledge, skills and maybe even friendships.
    http://www.pdqforum.com/
    (Added: Mon Oct 27 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson - The Pearson Vanguard Page
    Information about the classic Philip L. Rhodes designed Pearson Vanguard sailboats built by Pearson Yachts from 1963 to 1967. A lovely design coupled with bullet-proof construction make the 32-foot Pearson Vanguard a classic sailboat in the truest sense of the word.
    http://www.pearsonvanguard.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson 31 Owners Group
    Thank you for visiting the website of the unofficial Pearson 31 Owners Group. This site is a resource for all Pearson 31 owners and their friends and loved ones. Note that this site is intended for both P-31 and P-31 II owners.
    http://www.pearson31.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson 323 Owner's Association
    We are the Pearson 323 Owner's Community, dedicated to sharing information and knowledge on The Pearson 323. The Pearson Model 323 is a 32 foot sailing vessel that was built from 1976-1983 by Pearson Yachts. As a seaworthy, affordable, and honest cruising boat many of these Bill Shaw designed craft are still being enjoyed around the world.
    http://www.pearson323.com/
    (Added: Mon Dec 28 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson 365/367 Yacht Club
    Use this forum to check into the site, post info about you and your boat and get to know the other members. As our family grows, this forum will serve as our virtual Pearson Yacht Club.
    http://www.pearson365.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson 39
    The Pearson 39 (P39) was designed by William H. Shaw and built by Pearson Yachts in Connecticut between 1970 and 1977. Its graceful lines and low freeboard give this boat a classic look with a seakindly manner, plenty of room above and below decks, filling the niche`perfectly of "Racer -Cruiser" with minimal compromise in both categories.
    http://www.pearson39.org/
    (Added: Mon Dec 28 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson 424 Owners Page
    Resource site for owners of Pearson 424s and sister ships. Community of Owners and Potential Owners of Pearson 424 Sailboats. The Pearson 424 is a 42 foot sailboat designed by Bill Shaw and manufactured by Pearson Yachts from 1978 to 1983. P424s are predominantly ketch rigged, but some sloops and cutters were manufactured. Some ketches have been modified to sloops over the years as well. This volunteer-run site is for current and past owners of Pearson 424s as well as others who are interested in this classic bluewater capable cruising yacht. Our community are actively sailing, maintaining and enhancing our good old boats.
    http://www.pearson424.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pearson Sailing Association of the Chesapeake Bay
    The Pearson Sailing Association of the Chesapeake Bay (PSA) is an informal group of owners of sailboats built by Pearson Yachts. Founded in 1969 as the Pearson 35 Association, the membership was gradually expanded to include all classes of sailboats made by Pearson. The PSA has about 150 members from around the Chesapeake Bay and is formal enough to have association officers and a club burgee, but does not have formal bylaws or rules. Our purpose is to increase member enjoyment in sailing in one of the greatest cruising grounds in the world!
    http://www.cbpsa.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Penguin Class
    International Penguin Class Dinghy Association. This site contains information about the Penguin Class dinghy, and it's Association with Fleets located on the U.S. East Coast, Mid West, and Brazil.
    http://www.penguinclass.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Peterson Cutter
    The official website of the Peterson Cutter Owner's Group. This web site is primarily maintained for the exchange of information, stories, and photos by and for owner's of the Peterson 44/ 46 cruising cutters, including Kelly-Peterson 44, Formosa 46, and Kelly-Peterson 46, and all their variants. But all are welcome to join, whether you own a boat or not.
    http://www.kp44.org/
    (Added: Sun Jan 07 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Phantom Class Association
    Welcome to the website of the UK's premier single handed racing dinghy. Fast, dynamic, energetic and brilliant - Phantom. Get one or it will haunt you forever! A one design high performance single-hander the Phantom has a hard chine hull with a deep 'V' bow, a flat run aft, and planes easily. With her lightweight hull and large rig on a stayed mast she has a high power to weight ratio, but is stable and responsive. There is no trapeze or spinnaker and she can carry a wide range of helm weights. The Phantom is suitable for home construction using the stitch and glue method or can be bought professionally built in GRP foam sandwich, or wood.
    http://www.phantomclass.org.uk/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Privateer 26
    Welcome to the website devoted to owners and enthusiasts of the Privateer 26, designed by the renowned naval architect Thomas Gillmer and built in the early 1970's by Kenner Boat Company in Arkansas. The Privateer can be found from inland waterways to the shores of the Bahamas. The classic lines and ornate features make the Privateer uniquely recognizable.
    http://www.privateer26.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ranger 26 Sailboats
    The goal of the Ranger 26 owner's association is to locate as many owners of R-26's as possible and provide a support group
    http://www.ranger26.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • RC44 Class Association
    The RC 44 is a high performance One Design sailing boat designed by three times America's Cup winner Russell Coutts and Andrej Justin
    http://www.rc44.com/
    (Added: Thu Dec 10 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rebel - National Rebel Class Association
    The Rebel is a one design class sailboat. All Rebel hulls are produced from the same mold. Rebels are built to the class rules and cannot be changed or modified by the boat builder unless authorized by the Class.
    http://www.rebelsailor.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rhodes 19 National Class Association
    Our mission is to promote Rhodes 19 racing by encouraging and supporting local fleet development nationally, and by working to maintain the one-design integrity of the boat. Our class is currently comprised of 15 active fleets located in the northeast, gulf coast and great lakes, and were always on the lookout for folks interested in joining us. If there is not an established fleet near by, were pleased to work with individuals to help them get new fleets started. The R19 is a unique boat, as well suited to an evening sail as it is to competitive one-design racing. The boat is very stable and perfect for family racing. Husbands and wives, fathers and sons, brothers and sisters, and granddads and grandchildren are just a few of the family combinations that have crossed our starting lines this year.
    http://www.rhodes19.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rival Owners Association
    The official website for members of the Rival Owners Association, open to all owners of Rival Class Yachts. The ASSOCIATION provides help and encouragement to all owners, whether in their home waters or undertaking long distance cruises. It also provides a forum for discussion about alterations to existing boats and advice regarding completion of hulls. This web site contains articles on cruises and technical subjects submitted by members. ROA is an Association of owners past and present, the aim of which is to promote friendly contact between owners and crew worldwide. Membership is also open to all who are interested in Rival yachts - for example, those seeking information before buying a Rival. There are Rival Owners Association groups in the UK on the South and East Coasts, the West Country, Scotland and one covering the Bristol Channel. There are also active groups in Belgium, the Netherlands and the USA.
    http://www.rivalowners.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rooster Sailboats
    The Rooster is 9 feet, 6 inches long, and weighs about 100 pounds. It's a lateen-rigged wooden sailboat that can also do double-duty as a rowboat. We are always adding new pictures, news stories, events and history, so check back often. For your convenience, this will be your single stop to find all things Rooster-Sailboat related. We hope you enjoy Rooster Sailboats and hope to hear from all Rooster owners, admirers and builders, past, present and future. Welcome Aboard!
    http://roostersailboats.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 19 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • RS Aero Class Association
    Welcome to the International Class Association website for the RS Aero. Here you will find all there is to know about the RS Aero including the latest news, how to register your boat, and links to relevant documents. The RS Aero is the product of three years of design and development, testing four different hull variations and numerous rig, foil and layout options - resulting in a boat that RS are confident is the most technically advanced in its sector. Completely resetting the standard for pure exhilaration in a simple single-hander, the RS Aero is ultra-light weight and easy to handle.
    https://www.rsaerosailing.org/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • RS Class Association
    Includes clubs, tips, tuning, messageboard, and a lot more. Models include RS100 | RS200 | RS300 | RS400 | RS500 | RS600 | RS700 | RS800 | RS Vareo | RS Tera | RS Feva | RS Elite.
    http://www.rssailing.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • RS Feva Class Association
    International RS Feva Class Association. Designed by Paul Handley in 2002 the RS Feva's obvious vibrancy and appeal ensured instant fast growth in the class. Launched in the UK during that year's London Boat Show there were sufficient keen owners by May to get a 50 boat fleet for the UK Nationals. International growth followed within 18 months. Sufficient numbers warranted ISAF recognition as an International Class in 2003. RS Feva appeals to young sailors and families - from beach fun to world championship racing RS Feva sets the benchmark for small sailboats.
    https://www.rsfeva.org/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • RS200 Class Association
    Adrenaline packed racing and a full-on social scene. The RS200 is one of the most popular two person sailboats of today. Perfect for moderate weight teams, its a winner with mixed crews, young sailors and family teams at clubs, championships and on the RS Racing Circuit. Strict one-design rules keep the competition tight and the budget in control.
    https://www.rs200sailing.org/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • RS400 Class Association
    A modern classic from the outset, the RS400 launched RS and built our reputation. It is fast, well mannered, beautifully built and attracts great sailors. This gennaker powered, double-handed hiking Class is as popular today as it was when it all began. The powerful rig and high volume hull suits medium to heavy, often mixed, teams. In clubs and on the RS Racing Circuit the RS400 gives amazing, one-design competition. It has become one of the most successful modern classes with great club and Class communities.
    https://www.rs400.org/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • RS:X Class
    The Official Olympic Windsurfing Class Website. The RS:X design features a high technology rig, with carbon mast and boom, a 'wide-style' board that merges modern windsurf board design with a centreboard, thus enabling competitions to he held in virtually any condition from 3 to 30 knots. This means that the RS:X is always a dynamic, versatile class to observe, and racing is always close, exciting and visually appealing.
    http://www.rsxclass.com/
    (Added: Sun Mar 02 2008) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rustler 31 Owners
    Kim Holman of Holman and Pye designed the Rustler, and the first ones were built by Anstey Yachts in Poole, UK in 1965. The Rustler has a fine pedigree, following on from designs such as the Twister and the North Sea 24, both of which enjoyed considerable racing success in the sixties.
    http://www.rustler31.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
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