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  • 12 Foot Skiff Association Australia 12 Foot Skiff Association Australia
    The 12ft skiff is a development class that is sailed in NSW, QLD and New Zealand. The major regatta is the Interdominion championships normally held in January, which alternates between Australian and New Zealand.
    https://skiff.org.au/
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  • 12 Metre - International 12 Metre Class Association 12 Metre - International 12 Metre Class Association
    International 12 Metre Class Association, America's Cup, 12 Meter yachts. A large number of Twelve Metre Yachts have been built over a period of some ninety years. In the late 1990's there was considerable renewed interest in the racing of Twelve Metre Class yachts of differing periods. Newport, Rhode Island
    https://12mrclass.com/
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  • 125 - Australian 125 Sailing Dinghy - National Association 125 - Australian 125 Sailing Dinghy - National Association
    125 Sailing Association Official Website. This site contains the history of the 125 sailing dinghy, as well as the events and contacts for all States. The 125 is a 12.5 foot (3.83 m) two person intermediate sailing dinghy complete with spinnaker and trapeze, a boat for everyone. It has a design that appeals to the person wanting a piece of the sailing action without going overboard on costs. Designed for easy owner building in stitch and glue, the 125 is a handyman's dream. For those with less time, a fiberglass hull is now available, creating an excellent low maintenance craft. There is a strong Association with Divisions in all states of Australia. Currently we have approximately 100 active members in Victoria and there are about 600 members through out Australia. Also there are 125s sailing in S.E. Asia and in New Zealand. Racing is generally dominated by teenage skipper-crew combinations, though it is not uncommon to find sailors anywhere between 8 and 60 having a ball in their 125.
    http://www.125assoc.com/
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  • 125 Association of Queensland 125 Association of Queensland
    The Australian 125 sailing dinghy is an exciting class with a light fifty kg hard chine hull, spinnaker and trapeze, the boat is very lively especially on a spinnaker reach.
    http://125qld.vze.com/
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  • 13ft Skiff Association - Australia 13ft Skiff Association - Australia
    On this site you will find everything you need to know about 13ft skiff racing in Australia - whether you are an experienced sailor, or are looking to get into the sport for the first time.
    http://www.13ftskiff.org.au/
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  • 18footer - European 18 foot skiff Class Association 18footer - European 18 foot skiff Class Association
    Fleets in Europe, Australia and the United States. The 18 ft Skiff is considered the fastest class of Skiff sailing skiffs. The class has a long history beginning with races on Sydney Harbour, Australia in 1892 and later in New Zealand. The boat has changed significantly since the early days, bringing in new technology as it became available. Because of the need of strength, agility and skill, the class is considered to be the top level of small boat sailing. In Australia this boat is called the "Aussie 18" due to its inherent connections to Australia. It is the fastest conventional non-foiling monohull on the yardstick rating
    http://www.international18skiff.org/
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  • 2.4 Meter - US 2.4 Meter Class Association 2.4 Meter - US 2.4 Meter Class Association
    US 2.4 Meter Class Association. There is a good reason that this little boat looks like a classic 12 Meter of America's Cup fame. In 1983 sailboat 2.4mR Formuladesigners in Sweden used the “"8-Meter" rule to create a much smaller single-handed keelboat. No, the 2.4-meter designation is not the length of the boat. Back in the day the "meter" designation was arrived by applying a formula. At the 2.4-Meter level, it produces a boat about 13.5 feet long with about 80 square feet of sail area.
    http://www.us24meter.org/
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  • 2.4 Metre 2.4 Metre
    International 2.4 Metre Class Association. The 2.4 Metre originated from Stockholm 1983 by local yacht designers who used the R Metre rule to create a single-handed keelboat. It is a thoroughbred racer that has the complexity of a sophisticated keelboat...
    http://www.inter24metre.org/
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  • 2000 Class 2000 Class
    The 2000 Class dinghy is a performance sailing and racing dinghy for two people. It combines a traditional GRP hull and foam sandwich deck moulding with a modern asymmetric rig including a furling jib, reefing mainsail and single line gennaker hoist system. The 2000 Class Association manages and controls the class and all events. For the first 14 years or so of its life, the 2000 was known as a Laser 2000, before LDC took it under its wing at RS Sailboats.
    https://www.2000class.org/
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  • 210 Class One Design Sailing 210 Class One Design Sailing
    The 210 Class is a 30' hard chine keel boat that provides sailors of all levels an experience of legendary one design performance. Since 1946 the class has supported fleets and sailors around the country who want to participate in the wonderful sport of sailing. Families often find the International 210 a versatile and rewarding boat that handles all types of weather conditions. There are many fleets that find homes in area Yacht Clubs that help promote great racing and camaraderie. Both a one-design boat and having a favorable PHRF rating, the International 210 has the broad spectrum that many sailors are looking for.
    https://www.210class.com/
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  • 29er - UK 29er Class Association 29er - UK 29er Class Association
    UK 29er Class Association. The objects of the Association are to promote and further the interests of the 29er Class throughout the UK.
    https://www.29er.org.uk/
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  • 29er Class Association 29er Class Association
    Welcome to a world of spectacular, high-performance youth racing in a double handed, single trapeze skiff. We are a thriving, one-design sailing community, boasting a rapidly growing 38-country membership from across all continents. This is the boat for fun, fast, dynamic sailing!
    https://www.29er.org/
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  • 3.7 Class Owners Association 3.7 Class Owners Association
    The Farr 3.7 Sailing Dinghy is loads of fun, but it is a senior class and 'fast to frightening' if you haven't sailed small racing dinghies before. The '3.7' was designed by Bruce Farr in 1970 as a single handed trapeze version of his successful 12 and 18 foot skiffs. Based in New Zealand
    https://www.3-7class.org.nz/
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  • 4000 Class Association 4000 Class Association
    Official UK 4000 Class Association Website. The 4000 (aka 4K, 4-tonner and originally as the Laser 4000) is a racing dinghy crewed by two persons. Its one-design weight-equalised system enables physically differing sailors to compete on a level playing field. It is most popular in Europe, particularly the UK, France and Italy. The 4000 is a fast, planing skiff-style dinghy with a trapeze for the crew and trampolines for the helm.
    http://4000.org.uk/
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  • 420 420
    International 420 Class Association. The international double-handed sailing boat for young sailors, sailed in over 60 nations.
    http://www.420sailing.org/
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  • 420 - Ireland 420 - Ireland
    Irish International 420 Class Association. The 420 dinghy is an ISAF International Class and two-person dinghy for Youth Sailors. Membership of the Class Association is open to all 420 sailors and allows participation in 420 Class competitions and coaching.
    https://sail420.com/
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  • 420 - New Zealand 420 Class Association 420 - New Zealand 420 Class Association
    The New Zealand 420 Class Association Inc. is your national body whom, together with its members, we aim to promote and develop the International 420 dinghy class within New Zealand. Secondly, we exist to encourage and foster the enjoyment of the sporting and recreational aspects of sailing through the use of the 420 dinghy. The third objective of the Association is to affiliate with Yachting New Zealand (YNZ) and act in accordance with the rules and directions of the International 420 Class Association, YNZ and the International Sailing Federation (ISAF). Auckland, New Zealand
    http://www.420sailing.org.nz/
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  • 470 - International 470 470 - International 470
    International 470 Olympic dinghy sailing class association. The name is the overall length of the boat in centimeters (the boat is 4.70 metres long). The hull is made of fiberglass with integral buoyancy tanks. It is a popular class of dinghy, offering a good introduction to high-performance boats without being excessively difficult to handle. It has a large sail-area-to-weight ratio and is designed to plane easily. Most sailors get substantial experience in a more stable and less demanding dinghy before beginning the 470. The International 470 Class was awarded International Status by the International Yacht Racing Union (now World Sailing) in 1969 and it has been an Olympic class since first featuring at the Montreal Olympics in 1976.
    http://www.470.org/
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  • 470 Italia 470 Italia
    Associazione Italiana possessori 470. Everything you need to become a member, request a new sail number, make a change of ownership. The 470 class boat is a one-design boat. The shapes, the dimensions, the construction, the glazing, the equipment conform to the plans and explanations of Mr. Andre Cornů, naval architect and designer of the 470, deposited with the secretariat of the 470 ICA and the I.SA.F. (International Sailing Federation). The boat cannot be built, checked and registered, except according to the rules of the ICA 470 and the Asitalia 470. The site has boat and regatta information.
    https://www.470.it/
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  • 470 North America 470 North America
    The 470 was designed in 1963 by the French André Cornu, as a modern fiberglass planing dinghy. The boat should appeal to sailors of different size and age. This formula was right, and the boat spread around the world. In 1969 the class was given international status and it has been an Olympic class since 1976.
    http://www.470na.org/
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  • 49er 49er
    Deutsche 49er Homepage. Welcome to the homepage of the German 49er Class Association. The 49er is by far the most spectacular Olympic boat class.
    http://www.49er-kv.de/
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  • 49er & 49erFX North America 49er & 49erFX North America
    The 49er is the premiere Olympic Skiff, selected as the men’s Double Handed High Performance Dinghy for the Olympic Games through 2016 in Rio. The North American fleet is smaller than the fleet in Europe, but is continually getting stronger. We have big fleets in Eastern Canada, Mexico and California – with other areas emerging all the time.
    http://www.49erNA.org/
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  • 49er - UK Class Association 49er - UK Class Association
    The 49er is the iconic Olympic two-handed high-performance skiff. The UK has some of the world's top sailors in this class and also a flourishing domestic scene, with open meetings, National Rankers and an International race calendar. Since the change of rig in 2009, we have seen a lease of life in the class with original rig boats for sale for less than you might imagine, there has never been a better time to get into 49er sailing.
    http://www.49er.org.uk/
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  • 49er Class 49er Class
    International 49er Class Association. It's hard to imagine that a boat that looks so up to date as the 49er has been around for a decade already. Almost a thousand boats later, it has become a modern design classic.
    https://49er.org/
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  • 49er NA Class 49er NA Class
    Welcome to the North American 49er Class Page! We want you to join us and have fun racing the 49er (or 49erFX). We have a robust racing scene comprising Olympic sailors, hopefuls, weekend warriors and youth sailors. The 49er is one of the most challenging boats out there, but also one of the most rewarding in terms of the speeds it can offer for very little effort. Furthermore, the addition of both a carbon mast and the FX rig, the boat has become far more saileable than it once was. The 49er offers exciting and close racing in a one-design fleet, where you can measure yourself against some of the best sailors out there. We have a robust used market for boats and equipment with distribution of parts and boats supported by Pitch Pole Skiff Products in Montreal, Canada.
    http://49er.ca/na-class
    (Added: Wed Jan 08 2020) - Report this link as bad!
  • 505 505
    International 505 Class Great Britain. The 5O5 is a double-handed boat that incorporates a light weight, high performance hull design with a powerful sail plan and one trapeze. The boat is unique in that it has outstanding performance in all conditions. In light air it is quick and responsive, and in breeze it just goes faster. Planing begins in 10 knots of wind.
    http://www.505news.co.uk/
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  • 505 - Canada 505 - Canada
    Canadian 5O5 Class Association. The 505 is a 16 foot, 6 inch (or 5.05m) double-handed sailboat that incorporates a light weight, high performance hull design with a powerful sail plan and one trapeze
    https://www.505.ca/
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  • 505 - International 505 Class, American Section 505 - International 505 Class, American Section
    The 505 is the ultimate high performance dinghy. Designed in 1954, the rules for the hull shape and sail plan have not been changed to this day. The boat performs well in all wind conditions. From the lightest breeze all the way up to a 30 knot smoker; the 505 is a joy to sail.
    https://usa505.org/
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  • 505 - International 5O5 Sailing 505 - International 5O5 Sailing
    The International 505 is one of the most popular high performance two man dinghies sailed worldwide. The 5O5 is a double-handed boat that incorporates a light weight, high performance hull design with a powerful sail plan and one trapeze. The boat is unique in that it has outstanding performance in all conditions. In light air it is quick and responsive, and in breeze it just goes faster. Planing begins in 10 knots of wind. The best way to get a feel for the boat is to take a ride. 505 sailors are friendly people who love to take people sailing. Active fleets abound around the world.
    https://www.int505.org/
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  • 505 - South Africa 505 - South Africa
    We may be small in number but we are all fanatical about our 5 O's. So much so that we sail them everywhere we can: in small ponds blue ponds in the north; on big brown man made dams; amongst big rolling seas in the east and between islands and picturesque mountains in the south.
    https://rsa505.org.za/
    (Added: Tue Jan 18 2022) - Report this link as bad!
  • 505 - Switzerland 505 - Switzerland
    The Swiss 505 Association Page. The 505 class sailing dinghy is an international design two person, fast, responsive, quick accelerating racing craft. With a trapeze, spinnaker and a large sail plan, the boat offers good competitive tactical racing and is very exciting to sail.
    http://www.5o5.ch/cms/
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  • 606 - Denmark 606 - Denmark
    Dansk 606 Klub. Danish 606 Association. The primary purpose of the website is to be the center of publication of the activities in the boat class around where 606s are sailed. Everyone who sails 606 is welcome as a member of the club. The purpose of the club is to: Strengthen the unity among 606 sailors and be a forum for the class. Create interest in, as well as an increased approach to the class.
    http://www.606.dk/
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  • 6mr - British International 6 metre Association 6mr - British International 6 metre Association
    The six metre yacht has been enjoyed by thousands of sailors for over a hundred years. Almost all are uniquely designed to win races and many are beautifully restored and currently active around the world, attracting Americas Cup sailors to family crews.
    http://www.6mr.org.uk/
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  • 6mr - North American 6 Meter Association 6mr - North American 6 Meter Association
    Welcome to the North American Six Metre website. We will post regatta results, photos, boats for sale, and other news concerning our class in North America.
    http://www.6mrnorthamerica.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • 8 Metre - International Eight Metre Association 8 Metre - International Eight Metre Association
    It all started with the launch of the first Metre boats in 1907 under what is today known as the First International Rule. Arguably these are the most exquisite beauties of our class. The 8-Metre Class received Olympic status in 1908 and would remain the largest and most prestigious Olympic class until 1936. The classic 8-Metres are the backbone of our class. They provide spectacle of unmatched beauty, these are the boats that are kept in families for generations and these are the boats that come to mind first when people think about our class.
    https://www.8mr.org/home
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  • A Class Catamaran Association A Class Catamaran Association
    The official site for the British 'A' Class Catamaran Association. Designed to inform new and existing 'A' Cat sailors about UK 'A' Class trends. Whereas most other racing classes are one-design, the A-Class is a development class and as a result it has become the very pinnacle of the high-tech sailing boat. Many state-of-the-art design developments seen today in, for example, the latest Americas Cup racers, have been first developed and then applied to the 'A' Class cat.
    https://www.a-cat.co.uk/
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  • A Scow A Scow
    National Class A Scow Association. The National Class A Scow Association exists to encourage and promote amateur yacht racing in Class A Scows. We establish and enforce scantling rules and specifications for Class A Scows and guide the advance of continued evolutionary development of the Class through the development and enforcement of the scantling rules. Our association is made up of Regular and Non-Owner Helmsman members. Regular members are owners of National Class A Scows.
    http://www.ascow.org/
    (Added: Thu Nov 29 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • A-Cat - International A-Division Catamaran Association A-Cat - International A-Division Catamaran Association
    A-Class catamarans are the fastest single handed racing boats in the world. Most other racing classes are one-design whereas the A-Class is a development class and as a result it has become a pure high-tech boat. The A-Class Catamaran has been able to push the boundaries to the point where it is considered as Formula One amongst all sailing craft. Speeds exceeding 24 knots are already recorded, as is superb handling, all due to sailors continuing to take advantage of the very few design limitations placed on this class.
    http://www.a-cat.org/
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  • A-class - New Zealand A Division Catamaran Association A-class - New Zealand A Division Catamaran Association
    In 1956, the "A-Division-Catamaran-Class" was founded as a free construction class by the former "International Yacht Racing Union" in England and still belongs to one of the oldest and most active catamaran classes in the world. Due to a minimum of construction rules such as length, width and sail area it has been possible for the numerous designers to develop a boat outstanding performance. This led to the fact that the A-Cat as a multihull has become a pure high-tech boat and is now days considered as the formula one among all the sailing boats.
    http://www.aclass.org.nz/
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  • A-Class Catamaran Association A-Class Catamaran Association
    United States A-Class Catamaran Association. The A-Class Catamaran is the fastest single handed sailboat in production. Due to the developmental nature of the class, high tech materials such as carbon fiber are incorporated in the designs which are updated yearly keeping the class on the edge of technology and performance. With the development of foils, A-Class catamarans are able to maintain and exceed speeds of 24 knots. In the United States, there are over 150 active A-class members who race at local clubs across the country, and travel to national level competitions which attract 50+ competitors.
    https://usaca.info/
    (Added: Tue Nov 27 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Albacore - Canadian Albacore Association Albacore - Canadian Albacore Association
    The Canadian Albacore Association (CAA) is the volunteer national association of Canadian owners and sailors of Albacore dinghies. We promote and support anyone in Canada who races, learns to sail on, or simply loves, this awesome boat. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    https://albacore.ca/
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  • Albacore - UK National Albacore Association Albacore - UK National Albacore Association
    At 15 feet in length and 240 pounds hull weight, the Albacore is a great first boat for those who are just learning to sail and a very competitive racer for more advanced sailors. The Albacore is a fast and lively while being relatively easy to learn to sail and race. Larkhall, Lanarkshire UK
    https://www.albacore.org.uk/
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  • Albacore - United States Albacore Association Albacore - United States Albacore Association
    Racing...cruising...learning to sail... Whatever your priority, the Albacore is the right choice for you! With over 8,000 boats worldwide the Albacore is clearly one of the most popular dinghies available today. Loaded with features, the Albacore boasts quality workmanship and strong class association support. Few centerboard sailboats available today are as versatile as the Albacore. Yacht clubs, sailing schools and community sailing clubs have long chosen the Albacore for their junior and adult training programs. In fact, many of the top sailors in North America learned to sail in an Albacore. The United States Albacore Association supports Albacore Fleets and activities throughout the country.
    https://albacoresailing.com/
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  • Alberg 30 Alberg 30
    Chesapeake Bay Alberg 30 One-Design Association. The Alberg 30 is a beautiful boat. Designed by Carl Alberg and built by Whitby Boatworks in Ontario, she is both graceful and sturdy. The first Alberg 30 was launched in the summer of 1962. Since then, over 700 have been built. Almost 200 are members of the Chesapeake Bay Alberg 30 Association. The Alberg 30 is well suited to both racing and cruising.
    https://alberg30.org/
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