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  • Class40 Association
    The Class40 association gathers the skippers of Class40 yachts and any person interested in their evolution. The Class40 is a monohull sailboat sea-oriented racing and cruising with a maximum length is 40 feet.
    http://www.class40.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 15 2009)
  • Club 420
    Club 420 Association. The Club 420 is a One-Design class. The rules, official plans and specifications (“Rules”) are intended to ensure that the yachts of this class are as nearly as possible the same as regards shape and weight of hull, including the centerboard, rudder, spars and sails and that the equipment is simple, functional, dependable and affordable.
    http://www.club420.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Club FJ Class Association
    The Club FJ was created as a strict one-design dinghy where the true test, when raced is between crews and not boats and equipment. The CFJ Class is a “Junior” class. Sanctioned regattas are open to junior sailors under the age of 19 and who have not yet entered college. Sanctioned regattas include class championship events (Nationals) and seasonal series (i.e. Shadden Series)
    http://www.cfjclass.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Cobra and Seawolf Owners Association
    The aim of the new "Cobra & Seawolf Owners Association" is pretty much is as originally intended, which is to share knowledge and ideas with other "like minded" owners but also arrange Sailing and other social meetings for our members, mainly by way the website. Hopefully this will help to promote the image of Cobra and Seawolf yachts. The association has the full approval of David Feltham the Designer
    http://cobraseawolf.webs.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Cobra Catamaran
    Australian Cobra Catamaran Association. 5 Meter Twin Trapeze Cat, able to be sailed safely in all conditions on both inland and coastal waters.
    http://www.cobracat.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Columbia 50 Fleet Record & Owners' Network
    The "Columbia 50" is a sailboat designed by William Tripp, Jr. and built predominantly by Columbia Yachts in Costa Mesa, California starting about 1965. For many reasons it is one of the very best production sailing yachts of all time.
    http://columbia50.weebly.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Columbia Sailing Yachts
    Columbia Yacht Owners Association. The Columbia Yacht Owners Association is simply a group of folks who own or have an interest in Columbia sailboats.
    http://www.columbia-yachts.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Comet Class Association
    Other boats have come and gone but in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio and Bermuda the Comet is still going strong. It is the most successful, active, two-person racing class in our area today. The fun-to-sail Comet offers high-level, double-handed racing to all ages with equally competitive fiberglass and wooden boats. The design combines a hard chine planing hull with a classic sloop rig and a distinctively large mainsail.
    http://www.cometclass.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014)
  • Condor 40 and 30 Trimarans
    The only website for Condor 40 and 30 trimarans
    http://www.condortrimaran.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Contender
    International Contender Association. The Contender is a high performance racing dinghy, light, fast, spectacular. A single hander, where the helmsman controls the boat from the trapeze wire to balance the forces from the large sail. Its excellent performance in stronger winds and waves reflects its Australian origin. The Contender was designed as a potential successor to the Finn dinghy as a class for Olympic single handed racing. For the last 40 years, the Contender has been the only high performance single-handed dinghy that offers international racing in competitive fleets. Worldwide, about 2,400 boats have been built and sailed in 17 countries.
    http://www.contenderclass.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Contender
    International Contender Association Italia
    http://web.tiscali.it/rickscafe/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Contender - British Contender Association
    The British Contender Association is the official UK class association of the International Contender Class. The International Contender is the World's most popular single-handed trapeze sailing dinghy.
    http://www.sailcontender.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Contessa - The Contessa Corner
    A site for Contessa owners, sailors and dreamers. The Contessa 26 entered production in England in 1966 by Jeremy Rogers in Lymington, with several hundred built. Moulds for the Contessa were shipped to Canada in 1969, with the first of the boats completed later that same year.
    http://www.co26.com/
    (Added: Sun Dec 27 2015)
  • Contessa 26 Association
    Welcome to the homepage of the Contessa 26 Association. On this page you can find links to information about the Contessa 26, details of forthcoming events and a list of boats for sale.
    http://www.contessa26.net/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Contessa 32
    UK based Contessa 32 Owner's Association. Site includes History, Builder's Specs, Stories, Owner's Directory, Activities, Racing, Help Desk, Photos, Classifieds, and much more. The Class Association promotes racing, rallying, cruising and social activities throughout the UK and overseas. The Contessa 32 was designed by David Sadler in collaboration with the builder, Jeremy Rogers. The first boat appearing at the 1971 Earls Court Boat Show. Since then there have been over 700 built and they are still being built today; the enduring classic cruiser/racer. There are Contessa 32s now in UK, Europe, USA and Australia with the majority of owners belonging to the Association.
    http://www.co32.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Contest Yacht Owners Club
    The official club for all Contest yacht owners around the world, become a member! The main purpose of the Contest Yacht Owners Club is to provide a platform and share all kinds of information about Contest Yachts. Quite often there are questions about how to fix, repair or restore something. With the experience of the members the club can provide the right answers. Besides that the Club has very good contacts with both the yard as several main designers.
    http://www.cyoc.nl/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004)
  • Corbin 39 Owners Group of Canada and the United States
    Our sailboats were finished in the factory or by the owners as kits. They include aft-cockpit pilothouses (PH) and aft-cabin center-cockpits (CC), and are sloop, cutter, or ketch rigged. Corbin 39's are a worldwide leader as a bluewater sailboat. Over half of the two hundred Corbins that were built are registered with this Club. They are located all over the world and their owners are in close contact with each other via this website.
    http://www.corbin39.com/
    (Added: Wed Jan 20 2016)
  • Coronado 15 Association
    The C-15 Association is a group of sailors organized to promote one-design sailing and racing of the Coronado 15, and to foster life-long friendships based on common love of sailing. We are volunteers organized at the Fleet, Regional, and North American level who devote time and energy into C-15 sailing and racing. We maintain the integrity of the C-15 one-design sailing through sanctioned regattas with membership and boat measurement standards.
    http://www.coronado15.org/
    (Added: Wed Nov 10 2010)
  • Countess Owners Association
    The Countess Owners Association (COA) was founded in 1984, soon after the introduction of the Countess range of quality cruising yachts designed by Ian Anderson MRINA. The purpose of the Association is to foster interest in the Countess range of sailing cruisers and to encourage contact between owners, the designer, the current builders and suppliers of equipment and services. The Association aims to establish a high level of recognition of Countess yachts as world-class cruisers and thereby maintain high resale values. Membership of the COA is open to owners and others interested in the Countess and the later Seastream range of yachts. Essex, England, UK
    http://countessowners.com/
    (Added: Sat Nov 28 2015)
  • Couta Boat Association
    Class Association located in Victoria, Australia
    http://www.couta.net/
    (Added: Tue Apr 17 2007)
  • CR 914 Model Sailboat Class - US Class Organization
    If you like racing an easy to build, high performance sloop like to ones shown here, you should be one of us – owners of a CR 914, a 914 mm (36 in.) radio controlled model sailboat built from a kit. Dedicated to the philosophy of true one-design racing, our class rules ensure that every boat is as identical a possible. No engineering or fabrication of parts is required or allowed. More than 1,600 CR 914s are currently registered in the US. They are raced by beginning sailors and national, international and Olympic sailing champions, in many active fleets from coast to coast.
    http://cr914class.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014)
  • D-Zero Class Association
    The D-Zero is a fresh approach to traditional singlehanded sailing by Daniel Holman and Devoti Sailing. Free from gimmicks, vices and clutter- a refined and ultimately very rewarding sailboat designed to bring the beach boat to the 21st Century. Supplied with an up-to-date mylar mainsail from North Sails One Design, carbon spars from CompoTech and a Harken fit-out as standard throughout. The design is based on Daniel's Punk concept singlehander. It has been tested and sailed extensively throughout the United Kingdom, Poland and in Valencia, Spain.
    https://www.d-zerosailing.org/
    (Added: Mon Mar 05 2018)
  • Daring Class
    Welcome to The Daring Association online. The site provides both members and guests with up to date information concerning this popular racing class based in Cowes, UK.
    http://www.daring.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 30 2014)
  • Dart
    International Dart Association Switzerland
    http://www.idas.ch/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dart 18 Catamaran Association
    UK Dart18 Class Association. Dart18.com is the UK community of the popular Dart 18 catamarans. We manage the UK national championships and co-ordinate all the events across the country. This site is a collection of the results, news, technical articles, and social links, as well as information on upcoming events.
    http://www.dart18.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dart Catamarans - Canada
    The Canadian Dart Catamaran Association is a group of Dart Catamaran sailors who like to get together to race and have fun. The dart is...fun, easy-to-handle beach catamaran designed by Rodney March (designer of the Olympic class Tornado). Fun at any beach or cottage for the family or racing in summer regattas.
    http://www.dartcatamaran.ca/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Day Sailer Association
    The Day Sailer Association (DSA) is the organization that promotes and regulates the Day Sailer one-design boat. The Objectives of the Association are to promote the Day Sailer, to support one-design racing, to retain an emphasis on family, and to promote the sport of sailing. They produce the Day Sailer Class Handbook, the Day Sailer Association Directory and the Day Sailer Quarterly magazine.
    http://www.daysailer.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dehler Owners
    Dehler Owners is a site for those discerning yachtsmen and yachtswomen who own, or aspire to own, a Dehler yacht. The purpose is to extend enjoyment of the ownership of these wonderful yachts through sharing the experience of both sailing and maintaining them. London, England, UK
    http://www.dehlerowners.co.uk/
    (Added: Sun Feb 25 2018)
  • Devoti D-One Association
    The D-One is an exhilarating and rewarding single-hander that provides close tactical racing upwind, combined with the fun of asymmetric performance. Designed by Phil Morrison and using the best materials and technology available to provide a unique sailing experience, the Devoti-one is built using carbon foam construction in CNC moulds, giving a stiff light hull. The carbon mast, boom and bow sprit maintain quality throughout and the boat has been extensively tested by a team of top sailors to make sure it is a winner. From the leading builders of the Olympic Finn, the D-One has become an international success and there is an exciting international regatta program!
    http://www.d-oneassociation.org/
    (Added: Mon Mar 05 2018)
  • Dickerson Owner Association
    The Dickerson Sailing Yacht. This site is dedicated to the Dickerson Sailing Yacht. Although Dickerson Boatbuilders have been out of business for many years, the Dickerson is still sailed and respected by sailors spanning generations.
    http://www.dickersonowners.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • DN America
    DN Ice Boat Forums
    http://www.dnamerica.org/
    (Added: Sat Nov 28 2015)
  • DN Iceboat - DN North America
    Advancing the sport of ice yachting on all the hard waters of the world. The DN is most popular iceboat in the world. Whether you are a racer or cruiser, your membership in the IDNIYRA helps to promote the art and skill of DN ice yacht construction and the sport of ice yachting on all the hard waters of the world.
    https://www.idniyra.org/
    (Added: Thu Feb 09 2017)
  • Dockrell Yacht Owners
    The purpose of this website is to enable owners to share information in order to find out as much as possible about Dockrell yachts. This site was primarily designed for Dockrell 22 yacht owners, however due to the interest shown I have now included pages for the Dockrell 17, 27 & 37 yachts. Based in the UK
    http://www.dockrell.com/
    (Added: Sat Nov 28 2015)
  • Dolphin 24
    The Dolphin 24 sailboat was designed by Sparkman & Stephens in 1959 - design #1497. This site is a work in progress for owners of O'Day Dolphins, Yankee Dolphins, Pacific Dolphins, Tripp Dolphins, J.J. Taylor Dolphins, the Mermaid 24, the fin keeled dolphins built in New Zealand - the S&S 24 and the Falcon 24, the Shaw 24, and for all those interested in this classic Midget Ocean Racing Club (MORC) design.
    http://www.dolphin24.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 25 2016)
  • Dragon
    German Dragon Association. Das Deutsche Drachengeschwader e.V.
    http://www.drachenklasse.de/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon
    Danish Dragon Class Association
    http://www.dragonclass.dk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon
    Nederlandse Draken Club. Netherlands
    http://www.dragonclass.nl/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon
    Norsk Drake Klubb. Norway. The club has always been active and visible in the race environment in Norway. Drake Class is the world's fastest growing kjølbåtklasse and is now established across five continents and has active sailors in more than 25 countries.
    http://www.nordragon.no/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon - Belgium
    Belgian Dragon Association. The Dragon is one of the most beautiful and prestigious keelboat classes in the world and with more than 1800 boats racing worldwide it is also one of the largest. Designed in 1929 the Dragon quickly became a leading international class and remains a world leader today. The Belgian Dragon Association (BDA) was established in 1947 and currently over 15 crews regularly compete in regattas in Belgium.
    http://www.belgiandragons.be/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon - British Dragon Association
    The Dragon is one of the most beautiful and prestigious keelboat classes in the world and with more than 1400 boats racing worldwide it is also one of the largest. Designed in 1929 the Dragon quickly became a leading international class and remains a world leader today. The British Dragon Association (BDA) was established in the 1930s and currently over 100 boats regularly compete in UK regattas and the BDA has a membership of over 300.
    http://www.britishdragons.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon - Ireland
    The official homepage of the Irish Dragon Boat Association. The Dragon was originally designed by Norwegian Johan Anker in 1929. Only a few years after its introduction, the Dragon had achieved massive popularity throughout Europe. It wasn't long before the best sailors in the world found their way to this exciting, high-performance yacht.
    http://www.dragonboat.ie/
    (Added: Thu Jan 08 2015)
  • Dragon - Sweden
    Svensk Drakklubb. Swedish Drakklubb was formed in 1948 before the Olympic sailing in Tourqay. The club has been very active and has attracted lots of skilled sailors during all these years. Drakklassen is the world's fastest growing kölbåtsklass, today it is spread over 5 continents and actively sailed in more than 25 countries. Sweden
    http://www.segladrake.se/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragon Class
    International Dragon Association. Our objective is to further the interests of the International Dragon Class in all countries where Dragons are sailed and to introduce the Class to new countries. The Dragon was designed by Johan Anker in 1929. The original design had two berths and was ideally suited for cruising in his home waters of Norway. The boat quickly attracted owners and within ten years it had spread all over Europe.
    http://www.intdragon.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dragons - North American Dragon Association
    Classic metre design plus 21st century technology allows the Dragon to maintain worldwide popularity as a sophisticated, technically demanding yacht. A strong Class Association ensures competitive one-design racing for all ages of boat. Spars and sails have a wide range of adjustment during racing, allowing a skillful crew to optimize the boat for any conditions. Crew weight limits, and restrictions on hiking out allow the Dragon to be raced successfully by a range of ages and genders.
    http://www.nadragons.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014)
  • Drascombe Association
    The Drascombe story starts in the early 1960s with John Watkinson, a former Royal Navy officer, building a boat for himself and his family. John's requirements were for a daysailer, capable of being trailed, stable and safe; but capable of a lively sail.
    http://www.drascombe-association.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • Dufour Association
    We are a UK based membership Association for the owners of all classes of yacht manufactured under the Dufour brand, from the Arpege to the latest Grand Large and Performance Series
    http://www.dufour.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • E-Scow
    National Class E-Scow Association. The object and purpose of this association shall be to encourage and promote amateur yacht racing in Class E Scows; to maintain the Class E Scow as a one-design yacht; to sponsor an Annual National Class E Scow Championship Regatta; to adopt and enforce rules and regulations for the proper governing of races and regattas; to establish and enforce scantling rules and specifications for the control of the design of Class E Scows; to accept donations of, to hold in trust or otherwise and to administer trophies and other types of properties; and to carry on such other activities as may be proper, necessary or expedient in the furtherance of the foregoing objectives and purposes.
    http://www.e-scow.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
  • El Toro International Yacht Racing Association
    El Toro International Yacht Racing Association. Although the El Toro was conceived in "Bull Sessions" at the Richmond Yacht Club in 1936, it has become a recognized class of over 11,000 one-design yachts and is the most popular "dinghy" on San Francisco Bay. More than fifty years ago, a need was recognized for a small inexpensive sailboat which could serve as a yacht tender and training craft. The El Toro design was based on the MacGregor Sabot plans which appeared in the Rudder Magazine in 1939. Today, the class has allowed new materials to be used with a considerable improvement in performance. The sassy El Toro now has many of the "go fasts" of larger yachts adapted for lighter loads and the small rig. New El Toros are not as inexpensive as they once were, but the original design considerations have remained. Today's yachts are satisfactory tenders and sprightly racers.
    http://www.eltoroyra.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003)
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