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  • Y-Flyer - American Y-Flyer Yacht Association
    We are a family class and it is, most definitely, a family boat. Perfect for husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, and best friends - we've got them all. The Y-Flyer is an 18’ fun machine. It’s an easy-to-manage day sailor or a fast tactical racing boat. We sail all over the U.S. and Canada, but primarily in the Midwest and Southeast regions of the US; however, it is worth mentioning that one of our most active and fun loving fleets is in the New England area.
    http://www.yflyer.org/
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  • Yngling
    United States Yngling Association. In a nutshell, the Yngling is a sleek and seaworthy small racing keelboat (6.35 m (21') LOA, 645 kg. (1422 lbs.)), succinctly described as an agreeable cross between a planing dinghy and a keelboat. Its design is classic, and its construction is durable.
    http://usa.yngling.org/
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  • Yngling - International Yngling Association
    In a nutshell, the Yngling is a sleek and seaworthy small racing keelboat (6.35 m (21') LOA, 645 kg. (1422 lbs.)), succinctly described as an agreeable cross between a planing dinghy and a keelboat. Its design is classic, and its construction is durable.
    http://www.yngling.org/
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  • Zephyr Owners' Association New Zealand
    One of the enduring aspects of the Zephyr class has been decades of unceasing, overlapping support from a wide variety of enthusiastic class participants. Many not only owned and raced the boats, but more importantly gave spare time, support and knowledge to keep the class flourishing. Over the same time span many other classes have come and gone, but from inception the Zephyr generated a participant momentum that kept it continuously functioning at a national level. Along the way, small but steady upgrades of spars, sails and equipment enabled the class to remain relevant. Modern Zephyrs, at a distance, look the same as 1956 originals, but closer inspection reveals how far they’ve evolved, making them easier to sail, while retaining the essence that originally made the boats so appealing. Provided this participant support remains, it's very likely the Zephyr class will continue for many more decades.
    http://www.zephyr.org.nz/
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  • ZOOM 8
    A Strict One Design Class Dinghy of Finnish design. Zoom8 opens a brand new chapter in youth sailing. As safe for the beginners as it is challenging for the experienced cracks, it fulfills every youngsters dream. The Fastest Growing Class Boat in Europe.
    http://www.zoom8.fi/
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