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  • Hobie Class of North America
    The Hobie Class of North America, as a regional association of the International Hobie Class Association (IHCA) carries on the "Hobie Way of Life" tradition that Hobie Alter started over 50 years ago. We organize regattas (including women's and youth events), publish the quarterly HOTLINE magazine, organize Guest Expert Programs, provide grants to deserving youth sailors and a host of other services.
    http://www.hcana.hobieclass.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Holder 20 One Design Class Association updated
    The Holder 20 One Design Class believes that the purpose of the organization shall be to encourage one design sailing as a competive sport and recreation, to promote interest in seamanship, and to encourage one design among fellow sailors.
    http://www.holder20-onedesign.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 24 2010) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hornet - RYA National Hornet Association
    Hornet - the alternative class. The objectives of the Association are to promote and further the interests of the Hornet Class and to represent the interest of owners of the Hornet racing dinghy. Based in the UK
    http://www.hornet.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 21 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hunter - Lake Michigan Hunter Sailing Association
    The Lake Michigan Hunter Sailing Association (LMHSA) is comprised of Hunter sailboat owners who live in the Midwest and sail on Lake Michigan and surrounding waters. We meet to share experiences, trade information and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow Hunter owners. We are a social organization with regularly scheduled events. Our fleet includes Hunter sailboats (19′ to 50′) located on the shores of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.
    http://www.lmhsa.org/
    (Added: Thu Dec 18 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • HunterOwners.com
    A site for Hunter sailboat owners. Site includes Forums, Boats for Sale, Gear Classifieds, Boat Information, Photos, Owner Directory, Articles, and much more.
    http://www.hunterowners.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hurley Owner's Association
    The HOA was formed in 1998 and comprises some 250 members in the UK and around the world. It exists to foster interest in Hurley boats, to maintain technical and historical information and to provide a contact network and forum for discussion of views and ideas.
    http://www.hurleyownersassociation.co.uk/
    (Added: Sat Nov 21 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hurricane 5.9
    The Hurricane 5.9 was designed to put high performance cat sailing within the reach of all sailors at a realistic price. Designed and built by Olympic sailors Reg and Robert White, perfomance and pedigree are second to none. Contact the Hurricane 5.9 Class Association with your multihull news and event details.
    http://www.hurricane59.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 10 2010) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hylas Yacht Owners Association
    The Hylas Yacht Owners Association site, originally launched in 2007, is the un-official owners' website for Hylas Yachts. The primary objective of the site is to bring together the community spirit of Hylas owners regardless of boat's condition, model, or boat age. Active participation from owners all around the world will benefit both the owners and perspective owners for years to come.
    http://hylasyachts.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • i550 Class updated
    The vision of the i550 Class Association is to develop fast, affordable, accessible, amateur-built sportboats, to foster fraternity and sharing of knowledge between builders, and to promote class growth and competitive racing. The members of the Class agree that Class Rules ought to be clear and concise, and provide firm and unequivocal guidance for builders. While encouraging restricted development and customization for individual needs, the Class recognizes that controlled hull forms, sail areas, and sail limits are essential to promote affordability and longevity of the Class.
    http://i550class.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 08 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Inland 20 Scow Sailing Association
    The high-performance Inland 20 (I-20), with its slightly tunneled hull, modern, high aspect rig and asymmetrical spinnaker tacked on a retractable bow sprit, is one of the sportiest of the scows. Its performance off the wind is truly awesome! While it is raced with two people, the great number of adjustments available, including spinnaker gear, keep the crew as well as the skipper busier than on any other scow. Fast and responsive, it requires both to be "on their toes." The National Inland 20 Scow Sailing Association promotes the class and governs its scantlings and other rules.
    http://www.inland20.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • InterClub Dinghy Class
    The Interclub Dinghy Frostbite class, originally envisioned as a class for Inter-Club racing on Long Island sound, attracts some of the best sailors from a variety of other "summer" classes and provides great short course sailing on Sunday afternoons in the Northeast. Frostbiting an InterClub is a funny sport. People often ask "why should I get into a small dinghy in the winter when I can sail a PHRF boat or sit home and watch football". Then they try it and find out that IC sailing is a blast! The boats are fun to sail, tack and jibe on a dime, and require real skill to drive.
    http://www.interclub.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Interlake Sailing Class Association
    Fast, fun, and friendly. Interlake sailors have been experiencing the best of one-design sailing and racing since 1936. The classic lines of the Interlake have stood the test of time and those who sail it are both friendly and competitive. The Interlake Class features world champions and beginners, young and old, families and friends, all sharing a desire to be on the water, competing and learning, and building friendships for a lifetime. Come join us for a past-time that will last a lifetime.
    http://www.interlakesailing.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 110 Class
    The International 110 is a classic. This One Design racer, designed in 1939 by famed naval designer Ray Hunt has delivered classic performance sailing to racers for over 60 years.
    http://www.110class.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 14
    UK International 14 Web Site. The International 14 is a fast, exciting double-handed dinghy with a long history. The Fourteen is a development class, built to a basic set of rules that allows for innovation.
    http://gbr.international14.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 14
    International 14 Class Association. The International Fourteen is one of the world’s premier sailing classes. It is a two-person, two trapeze skiff, with an unlimited area asymmetric spinnaker and 200 square feet of combined mainsail and headsail area. Carbon hulls and carbon rigs, now generally with square-head mainsails, give exceptional performance. While the relatively open class rules leave plenty of room for experiment, encouraging innovation. The Fourteen is for sailors looking for a fast, challenging boat in which they can develop their own ideas while sailing in the company of a group of like-minded, open and welcoming competitors.
    http://international14.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 14 Canada
    The International 14 is at the leading edge of the sailing world. This high performance, racing dinghy is where it is today because it has managed to effectively balance development and performance against fleet growth at the national and international levels. Throughout its long and esteemed history, the I14 has stayed at the forefront of design and technology, without forgetting why it exists - great sailboat racing!
    http://i14.ca/
    (Added: Tue Jan 13 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 14 Class Association
    The International Fourteen is one of the world’s premier sailing classes. It is a two-person, two trapeze skiff, with an unlimited area asymmetric spinnaker and 200 square feet of combined mainsail and headsail area. Carbon hulls and carbon rigs, now generally with square-head mainsails, give exceptional performance. While the relatively open class rules leave plenty of room for experiment, encouraging innovation. The Fourteen is the oldest International dinghy class, having been granted the status by the then IYRU in 1928.
    http://www.international14.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 14 Skiff Association Western Australia
    The International Fourteen is one of the world's premier sailing classes. It is a two-person, two trapeze skiff, with an unlimited area asymmetric spinnaker and 200 square feet of combined mainsail and headsail area. Carbon hulls and carbon rigs, now generally with square-head mainsails, give exceptional performance. The International Fourteen is for sailors looking for a fast, challenging boat in which they can develop their own ideas while sailing in the company of a group of like-minded, open and welcoming competitors.
    http://www.international14wa.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 08 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • International 5.5m Class Association
    Welcome to the official Website of the International 5.5m Class Association. It is our pleasure to present this exciting 5.5 keelboat class. Please take some time to browse our site to learn more about the boats and our Class Association. If you wish to sail on board one of these fantastic racing machines and be involved in pure yacht racing, do not hesitate to contact us or one of the National Class Associations.
    http://www.5.5class.org/
    (Added: Sat Nov 17 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • International Naples Sabot Association
    The Naples Sabot is an 8 foot, 1 person, one-design sailboat that has been the sailing trainer of choice in Southern California for nearly 60 years. During that time, the Naples Sabot has created some of the finest and most talented sailors in our sport. Our class stretches beyond junior sailing. The Sabot has something to offer to sailors of all ages. We encourage family sailing, junior sailing, senior sailing, and even weekend cruising!
    http://www.naples-sabot.org/
    (Added: Sat Nov 17 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • International One Design Class
    The International One Design (IOD) is a classic racing sloop with 12 active fleets in five countries. The International One-Design Class was conceived to build, maintain and race a fleet of "One-Design Yachts, distinctive in appearance and performance, using one-design racing, and especially to develop the competitive capacities of both helmsmen and crews under the fairest and most equal conditions." The design of the International One-Design was inspired by a Six Metre created by the famous Norwegian architect and builder Bjarne Aas, in 1935.
    http://www.internationalonedesign.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • IRC Solent Owners Association
    Times change and all other things too. In Solent racing terms we have seen many things come and go. Long offshore races have been supplanted by shorter courses, mainly to cross Channel destinations. Solent races around fixed marks fell from favour in the face of the rise of the windward leeward. Many traditional Club Regatta weekends have seen entries dwindle. What is next? This Association has been formed to assist in providing the best possible racing in the Solent area, for owners and crews of IRC rated yachts. On this site you will be able to find program information for the IRC Solent Series, along with dates of most other principal IRC events. We hope you will find the site useful and informative. Based in the UK
    http://www.solentirc.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 30 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • IRCSSA - International Radio Controlled Surface Sailing Association
    IRCSSA, the International Radio Controlled Surface Sailing Association, was founded by radio control surface sailors to include both land and ice yachts because of the common sailing principles of the two vessels and the differences between them and other forms of sailing. Its mission is to promote the sport and encourage the exchange of ideas with cooperation and friendly competition worldwide.
    http://www.ircssa.org/
    (Added: Sun Nov 08 2009) - Report this link as bad!
  • Irish Sea Folkboat Association
    If you sail Folkboat in the Irish Sea area, have sailed a Folkboat or are interested in Folkboats you are a member! Welcome (and it is FREE) In existence since 1968, our members come from the East Coast of Ireland, Wales (including Anglesey), and the North West Coast of England.
    http://www.folkboat.co.uk/
    (Added: Mon Jan 09 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Island Packet Home Port
    The Official Website For Island Packet Yacht Owners. IP Home Port is a volunteer-operated and commercial-free website that has served Island Packet Yacht owners (and wannabes) around the world since 1998. This website is all about knowledge delivery - our goal, simply stated, is to deliver the information that you need to optimize your Island Packet ownership experience.
    http://www.iphomeport.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Island Packet Yacht Owners' Association
    IPYOA, Island Packet Yacht Owners Association where Island Packet Owners, IP friends and IP dealers share resources extending the Island Packet Experience. IPYOA.com offers the Island Packet Yacht Owner and the IP Community a complete portal system connecting together all Island Packet resources and websites.
    http://ipyoa.com/
    (Added: Thu Nov 15 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Islander 36 Association
    The Islander 36 was designed by Alan Gurney to be a fast racing boat with a good IOR rating as well as comfortable to sail and cruise.
    http://www.islander36.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • J-Class Yachts
    The Official Website of the J Class Association. The J Class has its roots in the oldest sporting race in the world, The America's Cup. Although they became recognised the most beautiful yacht design in the World, only 10 J Class yachts were ever built - 6 in the USA and 4 in the UK. Most of these competed in trials for the America's Cup, or competed in the Cup itself. The most common adjective that is used by those who have sailed on the existing J's is the word 'awesome'. The immense sail area and sheer power cannot easily be described.
    http://www.jclassyachts.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 11 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/105 Class Association
    Promoting the building and racing of the J/105 as a strict one-design class throughout the world. The J/105 is still at the top of the heap in terms of an offshore racing keelboat with a strong one-design class. It is fun and easy to sail and is active in every major racing venue of North America and races in other parts of the world as well.
    http://www.j105.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/109 Class Association
    One of the best ways to insure your investment in the J/109 is to support the Class. Owners and Co-owners are strongly encouraged to become Members of the J/109 Class Association. Others may become Associate Members.
    http://j109.org/
    (Added: Wed Nov 10 2010) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/111 Class Association
    The J/111 Class is governed by it's Owner/ Members and its elected Board. Officers are elected by the Board to help oversee and manage the class. J/111 was first granted International Sailing Association Federation "International ISAF Class" status in 2012. J/111s have one-design class events that take place in both Europe and in America.
    http://www.j111class.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/120 Class Association
    Welcome to the J/120 Class Association website. This site was created as an information resource for J/120 owners and enthusiasts. You'll find helpful tuning tips, technical information, racing schedules, fleet news, and direct links to fleet websites.
    http://www.j120.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/22 - US J/22 Class Association
    People say the J/22 is the best sailing boat they've ever been on. It's responsive, stable with a fixed lead keel and safe, as much fun to singlehand with main only as it is to plane under spinnaker in 18 knots of wind. J/22 at 1800 lbs can be towed behind an SUV and be launched with the local yacht club hoist. With its easy-to-rig, deck stepped mast, you can be from trailer to sailing in 30 minutes. The key to J/22's success is its durability. The boat that appeals to all ages and skill levels is now generating more interest than ever before.
    http://www.j22.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 24 2010) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/24 - Canadian J/24 Class Association
    The International J/24 is undeniably the most popular racing keelboat in the world, with over 5400 boats being sailed. As a competitive one design racing class, sailors have the ability to race in a multitude of regattas each year at local, national, continental, and world championship levels. Being a strictly managed one design class, a 30 year old hull, built to the same shape and weight with rigid end-grained balsa core construction as today's new boats, can still be competitive, and and can still win the annual world championship. The Canadian J/24 Class Associations (CJCA) is responsible for the promotion and organization of the J/24 class within Canada,
    http://www.j24canada.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 23 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/24 - US J/24 Class Association
    As a member of the International J/24 Class Association, you will join over 3600 other members who have discovered the exhilarating rewards of J/24 sailing. Our sheer numbers alone make any J/24 event a good time, but throw in some of the hottest competition in the world, and you’ve got World-Class Fun! With over 50,000 people sailing J/24′s in over 105 active fleets in 30 nations, you won’t have to go far to find a home fleet. But why has the boat been such a success? Apart from being a real joy to sail, it is the diligent establishment of one-design rules and strict international control which provide some of the closest racing found in any class. Lakewood, Ohio
    http://www.j24usa.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 13 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/24 Class Association
    The International J24 Class Association. World's Most Popular One-Design Keelboat. Whether your style is weeknight beer-can racing or competing on the world stage – the J/24 is undeniably the most popular racing keelboat to make waves around the world. This appealing keelboat started with one man’s desire for a sailboat to accommodate his family and to be a competitive racer.
    http://www.j24class.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/29 Class Association
    J/29 Class Association. The J/29 is a one-design class created to fulfill the diverse needs of recreational sailors while cruising, day sailing, class Racing Info and handicap Racing Info offshore.
    http://www.j29class.net/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/30 Class Association
    Finding a sailboat to motivate and sustain participation by the entire family is no easy task. Research shows that active sailing families divide 76 days/yr. on the water equally between daysailing, cruising and racing. The ideal boat will be good for all these activities, while crewed by people of all age and experience levels. Too large a boat can be intimidating. A slow boat will eventually turn off the young. A racing boat may not be suitable for serving a nice meal or curling up with a good book. It seems the ads claim every boat to be a "racer-cruiser." Few really are. Even fewer would get the vote of each family member. We know there’s only one that will and has for nearly two decades: The J/30.
    http://www.j30.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • J/40 Sailors
    The J40 is one of those rare boats that really can provide a racing, cruising and passage-making sailor with few big compromises for a boat of its size.
    http://j40sailors.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
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