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  • Sadler & Starlight Owners Association
    The Sadler and Starlight Owners Association (SSOA) was established in 1978. It operates for the benefits of its members and provides a community of interest for owners of Sadler and Starlight Yachts. Our aims are to draw together owners, supporters and potential owners; to arrange rallies, cruises, races, social and other appropriate events. The association has around 400 members boats currently registered but past records list over 1200 with a balanced turnover of leavers and new members in the UK and a few overseas. Based in the UK
    http://www.sadlerandstarlight.co.uk/
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  • Saltram Owners Club
    This site brings together owners of the beautiful Saltram class of yachts built by the KR Skentelbery and Sons boatyard of Plymouth in the UK.
    http://www.saltram-owners-club.net/
    (Added: Tue Dec 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • San Juan 21 Class Association
    San Juan 21 sailors are among the most active sailors in North America. Twenty-ones can be found on the rivers of the Midwest, on the lakes from Calgary, Alberta south to Texas, the coastal mountains, lakes, and shores of both the Pacific and Atlantic. Three regions now make up the Association: West, Midwest, and East. Each represent well in Regional Championships held each year — and in the North American Championship which rotates through each region on a three year cycle and brings together San Juan 21 sailors from across the nation!
    http://www.sj21class.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Santa Cruz 27 National Association
    "How fast can you go in the middle of the night in 35 knots of wind and 15 foot breaking seas? Wear your safety harness and be sure to take your spinnaker down before mother nature does it for you." Bill Lee
    http://sc27.org/
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  • Santana 22 One Design Association Fleet One
    A fine bow, wide beam, and heavy fixed fin keel makes the Santana 22 stiff and delightfully easy to handle. If you are looking for competitive one design racing on the San Francisco Bay at a fraction of the cost of other fleets, the Santana 22 is your boat. The Santana 22 is a 40 year old design that was conceived expressly for sailing on the bay. The class currently maintains an active racing schedule participating in the YRA One Design Class Association series in addition to several other races. Our sailors range from some of the best in the bay to those who are just getting started in racing.
    http://santana22.org/
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  • Schock 35 Class Association
    The Schock 35 Class Association was founded in 1985 as a voluntary corinthian association. Its purpose is to promote the continued enjoyment of Schock 35 Class sailing yachts in fair, corinthian, one-design yacht racing, and in cruising activity, and to promote friendship among their owners and crews.
    http://schock35.info/
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  • Sea Sprite
    The Sea Sprite Association Homepage. A family of classic sailing yachts that began with the Sea Sprite 23 designed by Carl Alberg in 1957, followed later by the 28', 30' and 34' Sea Sprites designed by Alfred Luders. Through the Association and our associated website, owners, admirers, and enthusiasts of Sea Sprites share information about these wonderful sailboats, contact one another, and tell each other and the world their stories and their histories.
    http://www.seaspriteassociation.com/
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  • Seacracker
    The Seacracker 33 was designed by E G Van de Stadt one of the greatest names of European yacht design. It is a cruiser/racer with elegant classic lines, sails like a dream and is perfect for coastal cruising or offshore passages. Based in the UK
    http://seacracker.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Seamaster Club
    The Seamaster range of sailers and motor cruisers was manufactured by the Seamaster company of Great Dunmow, Essex, England until they ceased trading in 1981. The Seamaster Club was founded in 1992 to help owners of Seamaster Sailers and Seamaster Motor Cruisers with the maintenance and improvement of their boats, and as a source of advice and assistance.
    http://www.seamasterclub.org/
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  • Shadow Class Association
    The Shadow is a high performance single- handed catamaran with an asymmetric spinnaker. Thanks to it's light weight and simple, powerful controls, it is an attainable challenge to sailors who may have never considered a single handed asymmetric, or a catamaran before.
    http://www.shadowsailing.org.uk/
    (Added: Wed Feb 10 2010) - Report this link as bad!
  • Shannon One Design Association
    The Shannon One Design is a wooden, clinker-built, eighteen-foot (5.49m) racing dinghy, propelled by a single gunter-rigged mainsail of 140 square feet (15.6 sq.m). The boat has a relatively narrow beam of 4 feet 10.5 inches (1.5m), and draws 4 feet (1.23m) with her centreboard down. The site aims to provide a very useful additional forum to facilitate the Governing Body in keeping the members up to date on news, events and other information relating to the Shannon One Design class.
    http://www.soda.ie/
    (Added: Mon Jan 09 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Shark 24
    International Shark Class Association. The International Shark Class Association (ISCA) Is the governing body of the Shark one-design keelboat with active National Associations in Canada, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Regular regattas are held on the Great Lakes and on the large lakes in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, culminating with the World Championship which alternates to Europe every third year. The Shark 24 is a 24-foot fibreglass keelboat designed by George Hinterhoeller in 1959.
    http://www.shark24.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sharpie - Australia
    Australian Sharpie Association. It seems that once you start sailing these iconic three person dinghies you can't give them up - it doesn't matter what age you are, sailing Sharpies is just so much fun. Australian Lightweight Sharpies are a national one design class with a long history of evolution. The class is quite unusual in comparison to the majority of other dinghies, due to its distinctive shape, size and complement of crew (three: including skipper, main hand and forward hand on trapeze).
    http://www.sharpies.com.au/
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  • Sharpies - WA Sharpies
    The Australian Sharpie is a highly competitive yet social class with a long history of attracting and developing champion sailors. The Australian Sharpie, or Lightweight Sharpie, was founded by the Addison brothers in Western Australia and is a much lighter version of the original 12m, or Heavyweight, Sharpie. The one design aspect of the class keeps costs to minimum compared to other classes while locking in the performance aspects of the design. Along with a performing design the class also boasts an impressive social side with some sailors joining the fleet for that reason only. The sharpie combines hard racing with desire for a nice cold corona when arriving onshore.
    http://www.washarpies.com/
    (Added: Sun Jan 25 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Shaw 650 high performance sailboat
    Fast, fun, affordable, one design sportboat. Shaw 650 sportboat design : Superior sailing performance. A sportboat is a performance day sailor designed for performance, safety and stability. The Shaw 650 brings speed to more people, with maximum performance at this size, combined with affordable pricing. Lightweight and well mannered, easy planing and easier transportation – this is the answer to performance one design racing.
    http://www.shaw650.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 08 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Shearwater Catamaran
    We are a sociable and lively class with a strong racing programme. We are passionate and knowledgeable about racing and enjoy legendary aprčs-sailing just as much as on the water. If you've not raced before we'll throw in all the technical and racing support you need. The Shearwater Class Association has an enviable reputation for friendliness, and a professional outlook on how a Class Association should be run. Based in the UK.
    http://www.shearwatercatamarans.com/
    (Added: Wed Dec 16 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Shields Class
    Shields Class Sailing Association - Classic boats admired by all. The objects of the Association are to promote Corinthian racing of Shields Class yachts and to maintain the one-design character thereof as sponsored by Cornelius Shields and designed by Sparkman & Stephens, Inc. The History of the Shields is an important storyline in the history of recreational sailing and one-design racing.
    http://www.shieldsclass.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Shrimper Owners Association
    Our website is designed and managed by the members of the SOA to provide interest, information and enjoyment for SOA members and any others who are attracted to our very special gaff rigged Shrimpers. With over 1000 Shrimpers now sold and over 600 of those owners now members of the SOA, we must be doing something right. Based in the UK, our Shrimpers are produced by Cornish Crabbers LLP.
    http://www.shrimperowners.org/
    (Added: Tue Jan 21 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sigma 38 Class
    The Sigma 38 is one of the few yachts that manages to combine the excitement of one design racing with comfortable cruising. Although the Sigma 38 was designed in the late 80s it’s racing pedigree speaks for itself. An active class association ensures there is a year round nail biting one design racing programme. Sigma 38s continue to be the largest one design entry in the Fastnet Race and are regularly the most represented production boat in both RORC and JOG races.
    http://www.sigma38.co.uk/
    (Added: Sat Dec 01 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Silhouette Owners International Association
    The S.O.I.A. was founded in 1957 with the object of promoting the interests of Silhouettes and similar small craft. 'The Silhouette Owner' our association magazine is posted bi-monthly to members free. It relies for its contents on members' contributions and the editor is always delighted to receive letters, accounts of cruises or hints on maintaining and refurbishing our boats. Based in the United Kingdom
    http://www.soia.org.uk/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Skate Sailing Australia
    This is a site for everyone interested in sailing, supporting, or otherwise getting involved with the 14 foot Skate class, a 50 year tradition across three states in Australia.
    http://www.skatesailingaustralia.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 08 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Skud 18
    The SKUD18 is the result of collaboration between Hansa Sailing's Chris Mitchell and B&B Technology and Innovation - Julian Bethwaite and Martin Billoch. By combining Mitchell's unique understanding and ideology of sailing for people with disabilities with 20 years of Bethwaite's high performance skiff experience, the result is the innovative 'lead assisted skiff' (LAS), the SKUD18. The boat is an exciting challenge for able-bodied and disabled sailors alike. This boat has been designed from a performance basis, to offer scintillating, crisp and snappy response to sailors regardless of their mobility.
    http://www.skud.org/
    (Added: Tue Jan 14 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Snapdragon, Mirage and Invader Associaton
    The object of the Association and it's Website is to provide an opportunity to exchange ideas and stimulate discussion on all aspects of owning and sailing boats from the Snapdragon, Mirage and Invader classes. We also aim to provide assistance to others of the SMIA fraternity through the discussion forum. The Association is open to all owners, past and present, of yachts which were built by Thames Marine Ltd., at Canvey Island. Based in the UK
    http://www.snapdragonmirage.org.uk/
    (Added: Mon Nov 23 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Snipe
    International Snipe Class. The Snipe is a 15-1/2 foot, 2 person, one design racing dinghy with a rich history. Designed by William Crosby in 1931, it has evolved into a modern, tactical racing dinghy with fleets around the world. Although the Snipe Class has some of the best competition in the world, the class has not lost sight of the importance of social events and, in fact, many regattas are as well known for their parties as they are for their racing.
    http://www.snipe.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Snipe updated
    International Snipe Class Great Britain. The International Snipe is an internationally renowned racing dinghy; it is one of the largest classes in the world. There are many things that make this boat so popular, not least the extremely competive racing and clear sense of enjoyment snipe sailors experience the world over. The Snipe has beautiful racing lines and can be sailed by sailors of all ages in most conditions - even in strong wind and heavy sea. Snipes are well built and will hold their value for years while not suffering from any degradation in racing performance that other dinghies may suffer. The UK Snipe Class International Racing Association (SCIRA) is well run organisation. We take a keen interest in all programmed regattas and the success of our sailors both locally and internationally.
    http://www.snipe.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Snipe USA Classic American Sailing Dinghy
    USA site for the Snipe Class International Racing Association. Site includes racing calendar, race results, photos, boats for sale, and more. The Snipe is a 15 1/2 foot, 2 person, one design racing dinghy which has delivered an enjoyable sailing experience and outstanding long term value for its owners for 75 years. The Snipe is a great boat for young sailors, families, couples, seniors, women, and those striving for international competition. The Snipe class has something to offer everyone from learning to sail on your local lake or bay, to world class racing. Many of today’s preeminent sailors can attribute their success to sailing Snipes, which is why our motto is Serious Sailing, Serious Fun.
    http://snipeusa.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Soling
    British Soling Association. Soling sailors in the UK are a very friendly and sociable lot. Our regattas are always competitive, yet we can forget about the tragedies on the water in the pub at night!
    http://www.britishsolings.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Soling
    International Soling Class. The Soling was designed as a day racer/sailer (without any compromising cruising accommodations) by Jan Linge and appeared as a National Class in Norway in 1965. A major portion of the world's outstanding sailors have raced and/or are still racing Solings.
    http://www.soling.com/
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  • Soling
    United States Soling Association. The Soling is a wonderful boat to sail and race. It is fast, sturdy, yet sensitive in almost all conditions. The level of racing in each local fleet is strong, with most skippers in the class for over 10 years. While a 'high-tech' boat, it is surprisingly affordable, with competitive used boats in the range of $5,000 to $10,000.
    http://www.ussoling.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Soling One Meter Class Association
    The Soling One Meter Class is the largest class in the American Model Yachting Association (AMYA). All hulls, keels, rudders and decks are manufactured buy one builder. Ortonville, Michigan
    http://www.soling1m.com/
    (Added: Sun Mar 26 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sonar Class Association
    Founded in 1980, the Sonar Class Association is the governing body for Sonar sailing worldwide. In 2000 the class obtained Recognized status with the International Sailing Federation (ISAF), the international governing body of the sport. Sonars worldwide now number over 700 with fleets in over six countries. Membership in the organization is open to all who own or love to sail on Sonars.
    http://www.sonar.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sonata Class Association
    The National Sonata is a 'one-design' racing and cruising boat designed by David Thomas. This web site is created by members of the National Sonata Class Association: a not-for-profit body with no commercial ties. The Bulletin Board on this site is a mix of up-to-date news, opinions, comments and shared knowledge from members of the National Sonata Association around the world for over thirty years. Based in the UK
    http://www.sonata.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Southern Cross Owners Association
    Southern Cross yachts were built by the C.E. Ryder Corporation between 1975 and 1990. Many of these ocean going vessels have made significant voyages including several circumnavigations. The Owners Association, SCOA. was founded in 1980 and is a active all volunteer, non-profit group of owners and enthusiasts. SCOA has approximately 125 worldwide members. We publish three (3) annual newsletters, host a summer rendezvous and annual meeting in the New England Area. We also encourage regional Fleet Captains to host SCOA gatherings. The purpose of SCOA is for the mutual benefit of sharing information on the upkeep and enjoyment of their Southern Cross Yachts.
    http://www.southerncross-boats.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Soverel 33 Class Association
    The objective of the Class Association shall be to promote the development of the Soverel 33 as a high performance sailboat and one-design racing class. It is recognized that the success of the class is dependent on the competitiveness of the Soverel 33 in both handicap and one-design racing.
    http://www.soverel33.com/
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  • Spiral Class Association of Australia
    The Spiral 3.8 dinghy was designed and developed by leading New Zealand yacht designer, Alan Warwick, for competitive one-design racing and pleasure. The hull shape provides first-class performance combined with safe, one-person, handling characteristics. In the spiral fleet, teenage sailors and women and men of all ages enjoy close racing. This provides a great context for younger sailors to develop their understanding of the sport, and it is attractive for families who often have multiple boats for husbands, wives and children (and grand children!).
    http://www.spiralsailing.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Sprint 15 Catamaran
    The UK Sprint 15 Association website, where you can find all about sailing the Sprint/Dart 15 catamaran. The UK's most popular single handed catamaran.
    http://www.sprint15.com/
    (Added: Tue Jan 21 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Square Metre - Germany
    Welcome to SK22.info, the German-speaking online presence and information site about 22 square metre yachts. For those that have a keen interest in the 22 sq.m. class, will find information and news about regatta activities, technical matters and historical issues.
    http://www.sk22.info/eng/
    (Added: Tue Dec 06 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Square Metre - North America
    Skerry Cruisers of North America. Square Meter sailboats are the pride of Swedish sailors, the originators of the design Rule, now more than 100 years old. Application of the Rule includes 15, 22, 30, and 40 square meter boats, as well as other versions up to 125 Square Meters. This site involves mostly 22 and 30 square meter boats because the 22 and 30 squares are the predominate ones in North America, mostly in the United States. They include German and American versions but the most sought after are those which were Swedish designed and built.
    http://www.squareskerryyachts.net/
    (Added: Tue Dec 06 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Square Metre - Sweden
    The Swedish Association of the Square Metre Classes. The square metre yacht is the Swedish contribution to the sailing world. It is an elegant and fast yacht that has been built in over 1200 copies since the rule was established in 1908. Many of the yachts are still sailing.
    http://www.sskf.se/info/engindex.htm
    (Added: Tue Dec 06 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Star Class - ISCYRA
    Official Star Class Website. Welcome to the International Star Class, home of the premier one-design racing keel boat in the world. For 100 years Star sailors have led the way in advancing the sport of competitive sailing, and have been honored by sailing in the Olympic Games since 1932. With over 2,200 members and fleets in 38 countries, Star Class championship events are hosted at venues around the globe.
    http://www.starclass.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Starling Class Association
    The Starling class yacht was conceived and the design commissioned by John Peet in the late 1960s. At the time there were no single-handed boats available to teenagers for bridging the gap between the P class and the adult Finn, OK, Cherokee and Zephyr classes. Many young sailors were leaving the sport because the step to the adult classes was too great. A stepping stone class was required. The Starling design is owned Glendowie Boating Club, St Heliers, Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.starling.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 30 2014) - Report this link as bad!
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