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  • Flying Fifteen - UK
    UK Flying Fifteen Association. The Association exists to promote the interests of the Flying Fifteen Class in the United Kingdom, to bring owners into contact with each other, to control and manage Class affairs in accordance with their wishes, to co-ordinate the holding of Championships and other Open events, to be affiliated to and liaise with, FF International on matters relating to the Class Rules or any other matters which concern FF International.
    http://www.flying15.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Fifteen Blog - Datchet, UK
    The Most Fun You Can Have With a Keel On... and GREAT Club Racing!!! The Flying Fifteen is the World’s most popular Racing Sportsboat. With fleets at 32 UK Clubs, Datchet rates as one of the most active.
    https://flyingfifteen.wordpress.com/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Fifteen Class Association RSA
    These pages have been constructed to keep sailors up to date with information regarding the active Flying Fifteen Class in South Africa. The site may be biased in favour of sailing activities of F15 Sailors in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, but where possible, information from other parts of South Africa where F15’s are sailed will be posted from time to time. Durban, South Africa
    http://www.flying15sa.co.za/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Fifteen International
    Designed by the legendary Uffa Fox, the 6m (20ft) Flying Fifteen has maintained its reputation as an exciting and competitive two-man racing craft. The International Federation is firmly committed to the one-design ideal and is actively promoting tighter tolerances and improved measuring techniques. Racing takes place at sea and on inland waters, particularly large reservoirs and lakes to which the Flying Fifteen is well suited. Although national and world championships are an important feature of the class programme, every effort is made to encourage racing at all levels. Club sailing is the backbone of fleets throughout the world, and close racing is enjoyed by men and women, both as helm and crew, with all ranges of ability and age.
    http://flying15.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Fifteen International Western Australia
    The Flying Fifteen is an ISAF recognised one design class, the International Flying Fifteen, designed by Uffa Fox in 1947 and is raced in over 12 countries. The Flying Fifteen class enjoys international regattas with in excess of 100 entries and a lively social program. Western Australia is the largest fleet in the world. Canning Bridge WA Australia
    http://ffiwa.com/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Fifteen International | Australia updated
    Australian Flying 15 Association. A Flying Fifteen is the original sports boat, as it is a planing keelboat. There are more than 4000 Flying Fifteen’s around the world, and are suitable for racing on a variety of sea, estuaries, lakes and rivers. In Australia there are 15's in most states
    http://www.flying15.org.au/
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  • Flying Fifteen New Zealand
    The Flying Fifteen is a high-performance planing dinghy which is now the most popular one design keel-boat class in the world. (The "fifteen" refers to it's waterline length.) It is capable of some 14 knots on a reach without the problems arising from capsize or trapeze and is easily transportable and stored. It is arguably the safest, most exciting small yacht available. The Flying Fifteen is sailed throughout New Zealand with an active racing programme throughout the year.
    http://flying15.org.nz/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Fifteen Sailing in Ireland
    The Flying Fifteen is the original sports boat. It's a two-person, 20-foot racer that provides great sailing for thriving fleets around Ireland. FFAI is the official organizing body for Flying Fifteen sailing in Ireland.
    http://www.flyingfifteen.ie/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Flying Scot Sailing
    Flying Scot Sailing Association. The Flying Scot is a 19-foot day sailer that is sailed throughout North America. The large, deep cockpit is ideal for family sailing, providing safe, comfortable sailing for up to eight people. If your interest is racing, a crew of two or three will find the Scot a great boat for competition at all levels. The Flying Scot is easily trailered and rigged; and can be launched in as little as 12" of water.
    http://www.fssa.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Folkboat
    Nordic Folkboat International Association. The N F I A is the head organisation of all national Nordic Folkboat Associations, their members and all folkboaters in general - worldwide.
    http://www.folkboat.com/
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  • Folkboat
    The Swedish IF-Boat association works for keeping the IF-Boat as an one design class and that racing in IF-Boat should not be too expensive. The association has more than 500 members, which makes it the most numerous class association in Sweden.
    http://www.ifboat.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Folkboat - Germany
    Her famous sailing abilities in all kinds of weather are still unrivalled and regular improvements keep the boat young and up to date. THE FOLKBOAT has represented safety, well-adjusted and fast sailing for 70 years. No yacht is as versatile and convincing as regatta and touring yacht. Hamburg, Germany
    http://www.folkboat.de/
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  • Folkboats - San Francisco Bay Folkboat Association
    To this day, the SFBFA is the largest and most active fleet of Nordic Folkboats outside of Europe. The Nordic Folkboat has been sailed and raced on San Francisco Bay for over 50 years making it one of the oldest continuously active one design fleets on the Bay. There are reasons for this success. First and foremost is the boat’s ability to not only handle, but to thrive in the heavy conditions the Bay dishes out all summer long. Combine her ability with classic lines and beauty and a down to earth group of sailors who enjoy both racing and cruising their Folkboats, you have 50+ years of success on San Francisco Bay.
    http://www.sfbayfolkboats.org/
    (Added: Sun Nov 15 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Folkboats UK
    The aim of this website is to provide up to date information on what is happening around the UK with Folkboats. It is open for anyone connected with Folkboats to submit articles and news.
    http://www.folkboats.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Force 5 Class Association
    The Force 5 was designed in 1972 by Fred Scott and Jack Evans of AMF Alcort fame. By 1974 it was their second best selling boat and one of the fastest growing one design fleets in the nation. It was designed to be a sleek, fast hull that was a step up from AMF’s simpler boats. The Force 5 had sophisticated sail controls and a high performance hull and rig. The dream of its designers came true. Over 12,000 boats were built up until 1989 when AMF Alcort changed hands several times in a short period of time. In the autumn of 1993, a company located on Long Island’s famed Great South Bay began building new Force 5's again. Weeks Yacht Yard, boatbuilders since 1898, became the new builders of Force 5 sailboats.
    http://force5.us/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Formula 16
    The F16 was founded in 2001 and there are now a number of fully optimised designs. Learn more about the boats. Find out what's happening on the calendar or through your class association. Formula 16 is a multi-manufacturer class for beach catamarans, designed for the 21st century.
    http://www.formula16.net/
    (Added: Mon Oct 27 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Geary 18 Flattie Fleet
    Welcome to the Geary 18/Flattie Coos Bay Fleet located at the Coos Bay Yacht Club in Lakeside, Oregon. If you want to have some fun, try sailing a Geary! We have an active fleet and enjoy regular racing during sailing season between April and October. Find Out Why A Geary 18 is a delight to sail and learn about where it all started years ago. Ted Geary knew what he was doing when he designed this exciting to sail but inexpensive to own boat.
    http://www.geary18.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • GP14 Association of Ireland
    There are about 400 GP's in Ireland with nearly 200 Association members and a strong organisation that looks after their interests with the help of the International Class Association, based in England. Our association provides a lot of help and guidance for members in areas such as Insurance, boat buying, boat tuning, race training, boat building, clubs where GP14s are sailed, World, National and Area Championships and Open Meetings etc.
    http://www.gp14ireland.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 09 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • GP14 Class
    International Association. Originally designed by Jack Holt in 1949, the GP14 has developed into a dinghy for the 21st century, still offering fantastic sailing and racing at all levels. The GP14 Association is responsible for developing the class, organising training, championship racing and events for day-cruising and vintage boats.
    http://www.gp14.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Gulf Star Owner's Club
    For owners of Gulf Star sailing yachts, the site includes a newsletter, a library of info, member's directory, discussion forum, events, photos and more.
    http://www.gulfstarownersclub.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Gulfstar Owners Club
    The GULFSTAR OWNERS CLUB was established in 1991 for the benefit of Gulfstar owners after the company was bought by Viking Yachts. The CLUB serves three main purposes: First to maintain a current membership roster for members to keep in touch; second to acquire as much original Gulfstar information as possible - specifications, wiring diagrams, etc. - which will be available to CLUB members, some for a small fee, some free of charge; and third to encourage camaraderie as evidenced by the GULFSTAR RENDEZVOUS each year, which also offers attendees an opportunity to see first-hand what upgrades and improvements other owners have made. These members are owners of any vessel, sail or power, constructed by Gulfstar Yachts
    http://www.gulfstaroc.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • H Class Association
    Our Mission: To perpetuate and promote activity and interest in the class known as the "H Class". The first H 12 1/2 footer boats were built in 1914 by Herreshoff Mfg. Co, of Bristol, RI, from the original design of Nathanael G. Herreshoff. Gaff-rigged sloops of wooden construction built to the original designs and specifications of the Herreshoff Mfg. Co. and the fiberglass versions of the Herreshoff 12-1/2 footer, known by the trademark 'Doughdish', boats built by Doughdish, Inc., are eligible for membership in the H Class Association.
    http://www.herreshoff12.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • H28: NZ H28 Yacht Owners' Association
    We produce a Handbook which lists all our members, providing valuable sailing contacts, as well as other relevant on board information. In addition, the handbook includes our Summer cruising programme , Gulf and Winter racing series. The programme is aimed to cater for all, the emphasis during the Summer on being "social". The Association has great camaraderie on and off the water, and members are only too pleased to offer advice on sailing or problems other members may have.
    http://h28.org.nz/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hallberg-Rassy Klubben Norge
    Velkommen til Hallberg-Rassy klubben Norge. Disse sidene inneholder informasjon for og om eiere av seilbåter laget ved det svenske verftet Hallberg-Rassy på Orust. Norway
    http://www.hrklubben.no/
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  • Hallberg-Rassy Owners Association UK
    We are the United Kingdom Owners Association of yachts manufactured by Hallberg-Rassy, and hope that both members and aspiring members, whether owners of yachts or not, will find something of interest here. Formed in 1989, the objectives were to provide a forum for owners to meet together and exchange ideas and experiences, to organise sailing events and to have a newsletter through which members could keep in touch and to receive news from the Hallberg-Rassy Company.
    http://www.hroa.co.uk/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hampton One-Design Sailing Association
    The Hampton Class has been active on the Chesapeake for over 75 years. It boasts a rich tradition of both spirited competition and lifelong friendships. It is a testament to the wonderful design of the Hampton and to good management by the class's leadership that older boats compete successfully with their wooden and fiberglass sisters and that sailors return season after season to test their racing skills. There is a very active racing schedule on both the upper and lower Chesapeake Bay and large, growing fleets in Hampton & Norfolk, Virginia, as well as Washington, D.C.
    http://www.hamptononedesign.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hans Christian Owners Association (HCOA)
    (HCOA), is a not-for-profit group currently consisting of more nearly 200 members, and soon-to-be owners of Hans Christian yachts, from around the world. The objective of HCOA is to enhance the pleasure of owning and/or sailing a Hans Christian. HCOA provides a forum for owners, and persons interested in Hans Christian yachts, to socialize and exchange ideas, maintenance tips, and other information related to the ownership and operation of Hans Christians as well as sailing in general.
    http://www.hanschristian.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Harbor 20 Class Association
    The Harbor 20 sail area, displacement, and waterline length make it a very large 20 footer and is accommodating of a broad range of uses and users. Schock blended the classic beauty of a traditional daysailer with state-of-the-art marine technology. While the Harbor 20 presents a graceful shearline counter, its thoroughly modern underbody and rig make for a fast and easily-handled contemporary daysailer. The result is a competitive, cost effective and easy-to-use boat that will always be in style.
    http://www.harbor20.org/
    (Added: Sat Feb 16 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hartley Trailer Sailer 16 - Australia
    Australian Hartley TS16 Association. The Australian Hartley TS 16 Association Inc. has been active since 1964 and is still going strong. We have over two hundred members across six states with strong racing fleets in Queensland, N.S.W., Victoria and South Australia. There are over 200 boats on the active register. Besides the Australian Championships, overseen by the Australian Association, its also organises State championships in the main racing States.
    http://www.australianhartleyts16.org.au/
    (Added: Sun Feb 22 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Heron - Australia
    National Heron Sailing Association of Australia. The Heron is a two person dinghy that is sailed in all states of Australia. The Heron was designed in the early 1950s by Jack Holt in the UK. The class was introduced to Australia in the late 1950s and has flourished in its new home. The Heron offers safe entry level sailing for novices but also provides an ongoing challenge for experienced sailors who are seeking to optimise performance.
    http://heronsailing.com.au/
    (Added: Mon Nov 07 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Heron Dinghy Class Association updated
    The Heron Dinghy remains as versatile and multi-functional as it was when it was first designed over 50 years ago. It provides safe, family fun or competitive one design racing. It is a dinghy that has stood the test of time and is enjoyed throughout the U.K and beyond. This website is run by the Heron Dinghy Class Association to promote the dinghy and the Association. Based in the UK
    https://www.herondinghy.co.uk/
    (Added: Wed Dec 30 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Herreshoff S Class
    The s-Class Boat is a displacement boat that is quick in light air, stiff in a breeze, and remarkably agile in response to her helm.
    http://www.herreshoff-s-wlis.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Highlander Class International Association
    The Highlander is truly the "original one design sport boat." It combines performance with comfort while providing exciting one-design racing. Newly built boats and 30 year old hulls compete on an even basis. Successful crews are often family teams and the Highlander accommodates a broad span of crew weights and ability. Lexington, Kentucky
    http://www.sailhighlander.org/
    (Added: Sun Mar 04 2012) - Report this link as bad!
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