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  • 12 Foot Skiff

    1 season

    The 12ft Skiff is a development dinghy class dating back to the early 20th century. It is sailed in Australia and New Zealand. It is 12 ft (3.7 m) in length, hence the name, and is a two man boat. Both the crew and the helm are able to use the trapeze at the same time. It has an asymmetrical spin...

  • 18 Foot Skiff

    5 seasons

    The 18 ft Skiff is considered the fastest class of 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 o...

  • 29er
    9 seasons

    29er

    9 seasons

    The 29er is a two-person high performance sailing skiff designed by Julian Bethwaite and first produced in 1998. Derived from the Olympic class 49er class, it is raced in the World Sailing Youth Sailing World Championships. The 29er is able to reach high speeds fairly quickly by having a sleek an...

  • 49er / 49erFX

    11 seasons

    The 49er and 49er FX is a two-handed skiff-type high-performance sailing dinghy. The two crew work on different roles with the helm making many tactical decisions, as well as steering, and the crew doing most of the sail control. Both of the crew are equipped with their own trapeze and sailing is...

  • B14
    4 seasons

    B14

    4 seasons

    The B14 is a two man monohull dinghy, designed by Julian Bethwaite. It is recognised as an international class by the World Sailing. The boat was designed in 1984.

    The B14 is designed with a low center of gravity for added stability and an open transom, to help the boat to drain itself quickly...

  • Cherub
    1 season

    Cherub

    1 season

    The Cherub is a 12 feet long, high performance, two-man planing dinghy first designed in 1951 in New Zealand by John Spencer. The class is a development (or “box rule”) class, allowing for significant variation in design between different boats within the rule framework. The minimum hull weight w...

  • International 14

    7 seasons

    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 exc...

  • Musto Skiff

    4 seasons

    The Musto Skiff is a single-handed sailing skiff with a length of 4.55m. It features a trapeze, asymmetrical spinnaker, wings and low weight and achieves speeds of over twenty knots which makes it one of the fastest single-handed sailing boats.

    It was designed in 1999 for the 2000 Olympic Clas...

  • RS 800
    2 seasons

    RS 800

    2 seasons

    The RS800 is a light-weight sailing dinghy designed by Phil Morrison and manufactured by RS Sailing. The boat is sailed by two people both on trapeze and has a main, jib and spinnaker. The RS800 has a Portsmouth Yardstick number of 820 and a D-PN of 77.0.