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  • West Wight Potter Home Page
    Trailerable compact cruisers 15' and 19'. West Wight Potter sailboats, the Potter 15 and Potter 19, represent tradition, style, and proven quality for the trailer sailor. These world famous pocket cruisers store and sail easily, offer features not seen in boats of this size, and come in the most affordable package on the market. Inglewood, California
    http://www.westwightpotter.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Westerly Owners Association
    This site is for members of the WOA, owners, prospective owners and past owners of Westerly yachts; in fact anyone with an interest in them. Join our active Westerly email discussion list, chat about anything to do with boats, ask questions, learn from others.
    http://www.westerly-owners.co.uk/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Westsail
    If you have a Westsail and need repair or replacement parts, or a survey or information, here is a single source for all of it. Worldcruiser Yacht Company has copies of all of the original Westsail drawings and specifications, construction manuals, labor standards, and patterns on some of the wood parts; as well as sources of all the specially built metal parts made for the Westsails. Newport Beach, California
    http://www.westsail.com/
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  • Westsail Owner's Association
    Dedicated not only to member service but also to preserving, upgrading, and furthering the Westsail breed of sailboats through the dissemination of information, member-to-member assistance, and camaraderie on the water.
    http://www.westsail.org/
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  • Wianno Senior Class Association
    The Association is a non-profit corporation which promotes the interests of the Wianno Senior One Design Class. The Association develops one-design rules, assembles and maintains historical information about the Class, and publishes and distributes information about the Class to its members and the public.
    http://www.wiannosenior.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Windmill Class Association
    The Windmill is a 15 1/2 foot, 2-person racing dinghy designed by boat-builder Clark Mills in 1953. Having designed the Optimist Pram in 1947, Clark saw a need for a 2-person high performance dingy that can be inexpensively constructed by amateur builders. The class has since evolved with the times to allow fiberglass construction and aluminum spars, yet both wooden and fiberglass Windmills remain equally competitive. The Windmill is a born racer. Its narrow, hard-chined planing hull provides high performance. Being a non-trapeze, non-spinnaker boat makes the Windmill accessible to a wide range of sailing skills.
    http://windmillclass.com/
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  • X One Design Class Association
    The X Class offers more high quality racing opportunities than any other dayboat class. There are full racing programmes, of typically 50 to 60 races per season, for up to 140 boats in six locations (or divisions) around the Solent area: Cowes • Hamble • Itchenor • Lymington • Parkstone • Yarmouth. The X is a one design keel boat class so that all racing is boat for boat against other X boats of similar speed, which is so much more enjoyable than handicap racing. Designed in 1909 by Alfred Westmacott, the first race of the Class was held in 1911.
    http://www.xonedesign.org.uk/
    (Added: Tue Jan 21 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • 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/
    (Added: Fri Nov 17 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • 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/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
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