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  • Albacore
    1 season

    Albacore

    1 season

    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 competive racer for more advanced sailors. The Albacore is a fast and lively boat while being relatively easy to learn to sail and race. Swept spreaders supportin...

  • Australian Sharpie

    1 season

    The Australian Sharpie is a 3-person sailing dinghy which has evolved from the 12-square-metre class sailed in the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, Australia. Australian Sharpies are 19 feet, ​11 3⁄4 inches long, with a planing hull and a single mast. Sharpies race with a fully battened mainsail, a ji...

  • Contender
    6 seasons

    Contender

    6 seasons

    The Contender is a high performance racing dinghy, light, fast, and 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 Contend...

  • D-One
    1 season

    D-One

    1 season

    The hull was designed by Phil Morrison using the best materials and technology available to provide a unique sailing experience, the Devoti-One is built using carbon fibre and foam, constructed in CNC moulds, giving a stiff light hull. The carbon mast, boom and bow sprit maintain quality througho...

  • D-Zero
    4 seasons

    D-Zero

    4 seasons

    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 fr...

  • E Scow
    3 seasons

    E Scow

    3 seasons

    For more than 80 years, the elegant and sleek E Scow has founded the tradition of fun and fast sailboat racing all over North America, from lakes and bays to protected ocean harbors. The ever-growing fleet, of Melges E Scows comes complete with innovative, high-tech features that complement a cle...

  • Enterprise

    1 season

    The Enterprise is a 4 metre long sailing dinghy with easily recognisable, light blue sails. It is one of the largest classes in the world, and the popularity of this Jack Holt design is due to its excellent qualities both as a cruising and racing boat. There are now more than 23400 registered boa...

  • Europe
    2 seasons

    Europe

    2 seasons

    The Europe is a one-person dinghy designed in Belgium in 1960 by Alois Roland as a class legal Moth dinghy. The design later changed into its own one-design class. The dinghy is ideal for sailors weighing 50–75 kilos. The hull is made of fibre glass and weighs 45 kg, fully rigged 60 kg.

  • Finn
    6 seasons

    Finn

    6 seasons

    The men’s heavyweight singlehanded Finn has been an Olympic dinghy longer than any of the current slate and was designed in Sweden by Rickard Sarby in 1949 for a design competition for a new boat for the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. The Finn has an unstayed mast that allows the helm to tai...

  • Firefly
    2 seasons

    Firefly

    2 seasons

    The Firefly is a two-sail, one design, wooden or GRP sailing dinghy with no spinnaker, designed by Uffa Fox in 1938. The first four boats from the production line were named Fe, Fi, Fo and Fum. Number one, Fe, is now owned by the National Maritime Museum Cornwall.

  • GP14
    3 seasons

    GP14

    3 seasons

    With recent developments and the continued backing of an active class association, the GP14 remains one of the UK’s most popular sailing dinghies for close, competitive tactical fleet racing.

    The GP14 is used for all levels of sailing, from training beginners through club racing to competing a...

  • Hornet
    1 season

    Hornet

    1 season

    The Hornet was originally designed by Jack Holt for inexpensive homebuilding using marine plywood bent over a simple frame, along the lines of his popular 14 foot GP14 design. During the 1960s composite and GRP boats were supplied by various builders, but due to large flat panels of GRP being mor...

  • International 420

    6 seasons

    The International 420 Class Dinghy is a double-handed (2 crew) monohull planing dinghy with centreboard, bermuda rig and centre sheeting. The name describes the overall length of the boat in centimeters (the boat is exactly 4.2 meters long). The hull is fibreglass with internal buoyancy tanks. Th...

  • International 470

    9 seasons

    The International 470 is a now a mixed (male and female) double-handed monohull planing dinghy with a centreboard, Bermuda rig, and centre sheeting. Equipped with a spinnaker, trapeze and a large sail-area-to-weight ratio, it is designed to plane easily, and good teamwork necessary to sail it wel...

  • International 505

    3 seasons

    The International 505 is a one-design high-performance two-person monohull planing dinghy, with spinnaker, utilising a trapeze for the crew.

    The hulls of early 505s were built in cold-molded marine plywood, new hulls are now built using composite molding: glass fibre and/or carbon fibre mats a...

  • International Cadet

    6 seasons

    The Cadet is a class of sailing dinghy designed to be sailed by two children up to the age of 17. It is a one-design class, originally designed by Jack Holt in 1947. Cadets are sailed worldwide in more than 40 countries.

    The boat is crewed by two people and sails with a bermuda rigged mainsail...

  • International Canoe

    3 seasons

    The International Canoe (IC) has a long narrow, light weight, fully decked hull easily driven through the water by it’s sailor balancing the ten square metres of sail area from a sliding seat which extends just over 2 metres from the centre line of the canoe. The sheer exhilaration of hiking off ...

  • International Fireball

    3 seasons

    Many Fireballs are amateur-built, a good indication of the simplicity of the design. The Fireball hull and sail plans have strict limitations in design, but the class rules allow you to adapt the position and design of gear to suit your own weight and style of sailing.

    Anyone can sail a Fireba...

  • Laser ILCA 7

    8 seasons

    The Laser is a single-handed racing dinghy. The biggest attraction of the Laser dinghy is that it is protected by strict one-design class rules, which means that no changes are allowed to the boat unless they are specifically permitted in the rules. The result is that all Laser boats are virtuall...

  • Laser ILCA 4 & 6

    8 seasons

    The Laser is a single-handed racing dinghy. The biggest attraction of the Laser dinghy is that it is protected by strict one-design class rules, which means that no changes are allowed to the boat unless they are specifically permitted in the rules. The result is that all Laser boats are virtuall...

  • Melges 14
    2 seasons

    Melges 14

    2 seasons

    Built by Melges and designed by Reichel Pugh, the Melges 14 exudes innovation and excellence in one design sailing. It’s speed, quality, durability, comfort and fun wrapped into one dynamic and modern sailing package.

    In development for over two years, it offers a fun and exciting upwind and d...

  • Melges X
    1 season

    Melges X

    1 season

    The Melges X boat is a 16-foot (4.9 m) sailing dinghy designed as a safe, uncomplicated junior trainer for beginners. This hard-chined, pointed bow centerboard boat is the only non-scow governed by the Inland Lake Yachting Association. It is also known as the X Class, X Scow and Cub Boat.

  • Merlin Rocket

    3 seasons

    The Merlin Rocket is the ultimate hiking dinghy for two people – refined over 70 years of development. Now an extremely modern class providing excellent racing throughout the UK.

    From Olympic sailors and World Champions, the Merlin Rocket is the most versatile and rewarding non-trapeze, non-fo...

  • National 18

    2 seasons

    The Class has evolved a deep history, from the original clinker wooden Uffa Fox ‘Ace’ adopted in 1938, through to the latest iteration, the thoroughly exciting & modern Phil Morrison designed, two or three person, trapeze, dinghy being built by White Formula and formally launched at the 2015 UK D...