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  • Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter Owners Association
    Founded in 1997 by the owners of the last remaining original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters the associations objectives are: 1: To encourage the restoration, preservation and ownership of original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters with historical accuracy, 2: To represent the interests of Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter owners whenever this becomes necessary. 3: To organise an annual race and meet in the waters ofthe Bristol Channel for original Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters.
    http://www.bcpcoa.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Bristol Sailboats
    The one thing you need to know about Bristols is that they are tough sailboats. These aren’t boats designed to race around buoys on a placid lake or serve as dockside condos so you can entertain friends at the yacht club. Bristols are bluewater sailboats designed by the likes of Ted Hood, Carl Alberg, John Alden, Halsey Herreshoff, Paul Coble and Dieter Empacher from the 1960s through the 1990s. Heavily built and strong, they have sleek hulls designed to slice through waves with an easy motion. Bristol Yachts built about 4,400 sailboats before ending production in the 1990s.
    http://www.bristolsailboats.org/
    (Added: Mon Dec 28 2015)
  • Buccaneer 18
    Welcome to the Buccaneer 18 Class. The Buccaneer is fun & fast. This simple sloop is a blast to sail, and easy to maintain. The Buccaneer Class is friendly and family oriented. Here you will find all the resources you need to enjoy the Buccaneer.
    http://www.buccaneer18.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Bullseye Home Page
    This site describes the Cape Cod Shipbuilding Bullseye one-design sail boat, its Herreshoff design heritage and the group of owners known as the Bullseye Association.
    http://www.bullseyeclass.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Butterfly - National Butterfly Association
    On this site you will find information on the Butterfly sailboat and the class Association, including historical records, recent class news, upcoming National Events, Results, Boats and Parts Wanted and For Sale in the Exchange, and details on the boat itself including builder information and parts prices.
    http://www.butterflyer.org/
    (Added: Sat Nov 24 2012)
  • Buzz Class Association
    There have been approximately 600 Buzzes built and sold in the UK, plus some built in Canada. The Buzz is a one design, double handed, single trapeze, asymetric sailing dinghy suitable for young sailors and lighter weight adults (ideal range - 100kg to 150kg). With over 600 boats being sailed in more than a dozen countries around the world, the Buzz has proved its success with a very wide range of today's young (and some not so young!) sailors looking for great value for money fun and exhilaration. For the more serious there is excellent racing both in our own organised one design events as well as being competitive in mixed fleets either sailing around the cans or windward leeward race courses.
    http://www.bu22.co.uk/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018)
  • Byte - UK Byte Class Association
    The CII is designed to appeal to sailors in the 40-73kg (90-160lbs) range regardless of age or gender. In the UK, Byte CII sailors range in age from teenagers to ladies and gentlemen in their sixties and seventies - all sailing on a level where age and gender don't count, only your weight. The boat may be sailed equally well by men and women. Age is no barrier to sailing the Byte CII. The boat has been the single-hander of choice for the ISAF Youth World Championships on several occasions and is currently the Girls and Boys single-handed choice for the Youth Olympic Games.
    http://byteclass.org.uk/
    (Added: Sun Dec 09 2018)
  • C Scow
    National C Scow Sailing Association. The one-design C Scow class created by Johnson Boatworks of White Bear Lake, Minnesota began sailing in 1905. Original, the boat and masts were made of wood and the gaffe-rigged mainsails were made of cotton. Through the years, hull shapes and materials have changed, but the critical formula remains the same: One hull, one large sail, two bilge-boards, and one helluva ride!
    http://www.cscow.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • C&C 27 Association
    This site is home to considerable information on the development and history of the C&C 27, along with maintenance and improvement topics. If you don't find what you're looking for in the main pages, try our Forum, where several hundred C&C 27 owners share information and ideas.
    http://www.cc27association.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 15 2009)
  • C&C Yachts - C&C Photo Album and Resource Center
    Photos, Articles, Classifieds, Manuals and much more info about C&C Yachts. Our aim is to preserve and enhance C&C Yachts reputation and prestige, to provide C&C owners with a complete library of information and to provide one place where C&C Owners can congregate.
    http://www.cncphotoalbum.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Cadet
    International Cadet Class. The only international double handed junior racing class: The Training Class of Champions! The International Cadet Class Association (ICCA) is the governing body of Cadet sailing around the world. The Association consists of the National Cadet Class Associations, the General Assembly and the Executive Committee (EXCOM). The ICCA is based in Dorchester, England.
    http://www.cadetclass.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Cadet - UK Cadet Class
    The best youth racing in the world. There are regular opportunities for Cadet sailors of all abilities to enjoy international competition. Not only do these events provide the opportunity to compete in some great racing, they also enable competitors to make long term friendships with sailors from other nations whilst travelling the world and experiencing new cultures.
    http://www.cadetclass.org.uk/
    (Added: Mon Feb 05 2018)
  • Cal 20 Class Association
    This site is the epicenter of the Cal 20 community. Our mission is to promote the growth of our association by encouraging communication and support for each fleet and Cal 20 owner.
    http://www.cal20.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 15 2009)
  • Canterbury J Class
    Radio Controlled Model Yacht. The Canterbury J is a project that lets existing or newcomers to the sport of radio sailing, get started quickly with a good handling model yacht that is easy to build and cost effective. Additionally it has ease of transport and a good resale potential. The Canterbury J is a 1.22 metre (48") yacht with a main and foresail rigged to a 1.6 metre aluminium mast. 270 hulls have been sold and they are to be found in all areas of New Zealand and some as far afield as the USA, Canada and the UK. It is a one-design yacht and all hulls come from official molds approved by the Canterbury J Association.
    http://canterbury-j-class.org.nz/
    (Added: Sun Nov 29 2015)
  • Cape Cod Frosty Class Association
    World's Smallest Racing Dinghy! Slower than a speeding bullet, smaller than an Optimist, able to float a person bigger than she is... No, this is not a boat for juniors, in fact, only experienced sailors need apply. But if you like to race, and can't seem to give it up for the winter, this 6'4" LOA boat may be just the ticket, because the Cape Cod Frosty is debatably the most fun racing dinghy in existence.
    http://www.capecodfrosty.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Cape Cod Knockabout Class
    A Cape Cod Knockabout is an 18-foot centerboard one-design sailboat. They are sailed primarily out of upper Cape Cod harbors in Massachusetts. The Cape Cod Knockabout was designed by Charles S. Gurney and first built in 1925. It has withstood the test of time, transitioning from a wooden hull to a fiberglass hull. Active racing fleets can be found in Megansett (North Falmouth), Waquoit (East Falmouth), Lewis Bay (Yarmouth), and Woods Hole (Falmouth). There is also a small racing fleet at the Split Rock Yacht Club in Essex, New York, on Lake Champlain.
    http://www.ccknockaboutclass.org/
    (Added: Tue Jan 14 2014)
  • Cape Cutter 19 Association
    The Cape Cutter 19 Association was formed by a group of enthusiasts dedicated to this great little yacht. The design of the Cape Cutter 19 is based on a traditional hull form which has been proved over a very long period of time to be sea kindly and rugged. The Cape Cutter 19 can be tuned up or down depending on the owners requirement. It has proven to be a fast, capable, brave pocket cruising yacht. This site is designed to act as a resource for both owners, potential owners and anyone interested in the Cape Cutter 19. ANYONE is welcome to join the Association! Based in the UK
    http://capecutter19association.org/
    (Added: Mon Dec 10 2018)
  • Cape Dory Sailboat Owners Association
    The CDSOA, Inc. is a national organization of Cape Dory and Robinhood boat owners incorporated in the State of Maryland. We have members from Washington State to Florida - at present more than 200 boats - and are always looking for new Cape Dory owners to join us. The CDSOA regularly organizes meetings and events, both on and off the water. And on this web site you'll find information regarding upcoming general and fleet events, and details and contact information regarding our regional fleets.
    http://www.capedory.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Capri22 National Association
    No other 22-foot boat will offer you as much family fun and racing excitement as the Capri 22. Your registration with the CP22 NA will keep you informed as to upcoming events, provide a forum to discuss your ideas on activities and growth of the Class, and give us a National body through which to administer Rules and Racing.
    http://www.capri22.net/
    (Added: Sun Dec 16 2012)
  • Capricorn Sailing
    Capricorn F18 Catamarans by Performance Sailcraft. Site has News, Events, Photos, and more.
    http://www.capricornsailing.com/
    (Added: Fri Dec 19 2014)
  • Careel Cruising Yacht Association
    The website of the Careel trailable yacht class. The Careel 18 and 22 are based on designs by John Duncanson (C18) and Joe Adams (C22) and built in Sydney by David Rose Yachts with some built in Brisbane under licence. We are a very active association based in Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Melbourne but found Australia wide. This site is for Careelers. Careelers are people who either own, want to own or have owned a Careel.
    http://www.careel.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Catalac Catamarans
    About Catalac Catamarans. For people interested in CATALAC cruising catamarans & sailboat cruising catamarans in general. A Catalac catamaran is a true cruising cat in the early British tradition, with hard chine, V-shaped hulls that provide great stability. A very comfortable live aboard cat for a cruising couple. Built in England by Tom Lack Catamarans. CATALAC.NET is for owners and people to exchange information about this great cruising catamaran and will include a FORUM for members to keep in touch with each other and learn as much as they can about this great sailing cat.
    http://www.catamaransite.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Catalina
    Catalina Owners.com for Catalina Sailboats, Catalina Yachts, and Capri Sailboat owners
    http://www.catalinaowners.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina - Capri - 25s International Association
    The Catalina/Capri 25/250 International Association. This web site is made possible by Catalina 25, Catalina 250, and Capri 25 sailboat owners who have joined this International Association.
    http://www.catalina-capri-25s.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 22
    National Sailing Association. The Catalina 22 Association is dedicated to providing the C22 sailing community with the information and resources necessary to get the most from your Catalina 22 sailing. Whether you race or cruise, whether you sail an old boat, a new style, a MKII, or a Sport, whether you are a member of the association or not, our website provides the resources that will make this a site to return to again and again.
    http://www.catalina22.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 27
    International Catalina 27 Association. Discussion Forum for owners and prospective owners of Catalina 27s and Catalina 270s
    http://www.catalina27.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 30
    International Catalina 30 Association. We hope you will find everything about the Catalina 30 and cousin C309 on this site. The association is dedicated to quality boating and lifetime enjoyment for its members and to maintaining value through one-design standards and specifications for the Catalina 30 yacht. The membership activities are predominately cruising, and we are technically minded and maintenance oriented.
    http://www.catalina30.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 310 International Association
    The purpose of the Catalina 310 International Association is to foster friendship among sailors both on and off the water. It also facilitates the exchange of information to make sailing safer, easier and more pleasant and encourage activity planning to promote the enjoyment of sailing and cruising on your Catalina 310.
    http://www.catalina310.org/
    (Added: Tue Nov 27 2012)
  • Catalina 320 International Association
    The association is a non-profit affiliation of Catalina 320 owners and supporters around the globe. The objectives of the organization are to coordinate C320 inter-fleet cruising activities, one-design racing and to serve as a central repository for information about the C320.
    http://www.catalina320.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 320 International Association
    The Catalina 320 International Association welcomes and appreciates your membership. Members enjoy an outstanding array of benefits, including a discounted Boat US membership, a variety of content about maintaining and enjoying your boat, communication with other C320 owners, and the knowledge that you are supporting the C320 fleet worldwide.
    http://c320.org/
    (Added: Tue Nov 28 2017)
  • Catalina 34 International Association
    Welcome to the official website of the Catalina 34 International Association, an independent organization of over 600 Catalina 34 owners. The Catalina 34 has established an enviable reputation as a fast, stiff, and sturdily built cruising yacht.
    http://www.c34.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 350 International Association
    Catalina 350 International Association. Owners share stories, hints, tips and projects for their Catalina 350. Join the forum to post your own questions or comments.
    http://www.catalina350.com/
    (Added: Tue Nov 27 2012)
  • Catalina 38 International Association
    This site is a tribute to the unique and beautiful Catalina 38. The original boat was designed by Sparkman and Stephens to be built as a one-off racing design. The hull form was then purchased by the Yankee Boat Company in Marina del Rey, California. The site is made possible through the volunteer efforts of Catalina 38 International Association members, to promote the value of Catalina 38 ownership. The Association also sponsors the annual Catalina 38 Nationals, a one design race which keeps our racing heritage alive.
    https://www.catalina38.org/
    (Added: Tue Nov 28 2017)
  • Catalina 380 International Association
    Welcome to the website for Catalina C380, C387, C385 and C390 Yachts. The Catalina 380 International Association has over 250 members from around the world. Our fleets provide sailing, social and technical support opportunities from coast to coast.
    http://www.catalina380.org/
    (Added: Tue Nov 27 2012)
  • Catalina 400/445 Association
    The Catalina 400/445 International Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the enjoyment of the ownership of Catalina 400 and Catalina 445 sailboats and to promote comraderie among their owners. Our Association has members all over the U.S. and beyond with fleets in the Chesapeake Bay, San Diego, Long Island Sound, Western Lake Erie and Florida.
    http://www.catalina400-445.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina 42 Association
    Catalina 42 International Association. Over 1000 Catalina 42's have been built since 1988. Our International Association has over 350 members with members in Hong Kong, Germany, Canada, Holland Australia and the UK.
    http://www.catalina42.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Catalina C36 International Association
    We are an organization of boat owners and others interested in the C36 and C375 sailboats, manufactured by Catalina Yachts. The Association has members throughout the world, and more than a dozen fleets scattered throughout the US and Canada. Site includes articles, photos, owner registry, message board, classifieds and more.
    https://www.catalina36.org/
    (Added: Thu Apr 19 2007)
  • Catalina Mainsheet
    Ahoy sailor, glad you found us! Tie your line onto Catalina Mainsheet magazine... the Catalina Owners Magazine.
    http://www.mainsheet.net/
    (Added: Fri Dec 21 2012)
  • Catalina: Lake Michigan Catalina Association
    An organization of owners of Catalina Sailboats on and around Lake Michigan. The stated purpose of the organization is to promote the enjoyment of ownership, sailing, cruising and one-design racing for the owners of Catalina, Capri and Morgan sailing vessels. Holland, Michigan
    http://www.lmca.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • CatalinaOwners.com
    Resources, Forums, Parts, Classified Ads, and more.
    http://catalina.sailboatowners.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 15 2015)
  • Catboat Association
    A catboat is a boat traditionally fitted with a gaff-rigged sail on a single mast set well up in the "eyes" of the boat. Cruising catboats have cabins and normally range in overall length from 16 - 26 feet. Others are fully or partially decked and suitable for day sailing or camp cruising. Learn more about Catboats at this website.
    http://www.catboats.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Cavalier 28 Owners Association
    The Cavalier 28 is a yacht that is ideal for both racing and social and recreational sailing. It was designed in New Zealand by Laurie Davidson, a designer famous for racing boats (including successful defenders and challengers for the America's Cup), and now has an active owners' association based in Sydney Harbour, Australia.
    http://www.cavalier28.com/
    (Added: Tue Mar 18 2014)
  • Cheoy Lee Sailboats Association
    Our goal is to bring together Cheoy Lee Owners as well as all information related to the Cheoy Lee Yachts, Cheoy Lee History, Restoration of Cheoy Lee's, and information on the designers of the Cheoy Lee sail and power yachts. Cheoy Lee built over 4500 yachts from the 1950's through the 80's. They still build Power boats but this site is dedicated to the models and the owners of the classic yachts from the past, Clippers, Frisco Flyers, Bermudas, Offshores, Vertues, etc.
    http://www.cheoyleeassociation.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Cherub - U.K. Cherub Class Web Site
    The Cherub is a two-person 12 foot racing dinghy with asymmetric spinnaker and twin trapezes. Just twelve feet long, weighing around 70kgs fully rigged for sailing, the Cherub combines spectacular performance with the “on the edge” handling characteristics only found in true lightweight skiffs.
    http://www.uk-cherub.org/doku.php
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Cherub Association of Australia
    The Cherub is a restricted class as distinct from a one design class. This feature allows amateur designers and builders flexibility in complying with maximum and minimum measurement restrictions and permits boats to be rigged and tuned to allow for a wide range of crew sizes.
    http://www.cherub.org.au/
    (Added: Tue Dec 08 2009)
  • Chesapeake 20 Class
    A group of young men that spent their summers around Cedar Point and on both shores of West River formed their own yacht club in the summer of 1930. They were somewhat contemptuous of the usual clubs and named theirs, "Our Own damn yacht Club" (OOdyC). They soon renamed the group West River Sailing Club. William "Billy" Heintz, just 22 years old, was the driving force behind the new club. The Twenty Footer class, as it was then called, had no rules – other than the boat had to be twenty feet. in 1938 at the Annapolis yacht Club, Ozzie Owings held an organizational meeting to form the Chesapeake 20 class with dues at $2 each. He said the purpose of the association was to prevent being overrun by "freaks and racing machines such as Double Trouble, the Owens scow." While the sail area and length werefixed, Chesapeake 20 rules remain only about three pages long and as described by Billy Heinz in a 1942 Yachting Magazine article, remained an “evolution” class.
    http://www.chesapeake20.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014)
  • Chrysler Sailing Association Website
    This site is dedicated to Chrysler sailboats and will continue to evolve as I gather more information about these intrepid sailing vessels.
    http://www.chryslersailing.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
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