Types of Dinghies

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RS Neo

A single hander with sparkling performance, easy handling and real durability, the RS Neo delivers maximum reward for minimum hassle. A step-up in speed without the demands of more radical designs. Composite spars and advanced sail design on a stable and easily driven hull.

Length: 3.53 m
Beam: 1.42 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 6 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 64 kg
Crew Weight: 35 - 130
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Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: -

RS Zest

Brand new compact boat that delivers more crew space and practical, enjoyable features than older generation rivals. The RS Zest replaces the RS Quba and is already a hit with training centres and families. Class leading space for two sailors, yet small enough for convenient single-handing

Length: 3.59 m
Beam: 1.47 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 6.9 m°
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 73 kg
Crew Weight: 35 - 225
PYS:
Design By: Jo Richards and RS Sailing
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: -

RS Quest

A modern family or training dinghy with features that move the game forward. Big enough for an instructor and 2 or 3 pupils – perfect for Mum or Dad and youngsters – small enough to handle easily ashore and afloat. Inspired by the UK Sea Cadets to replace their aging fleet, the RS Quest has rapidly become the best-selling dinghy of its type worldwide.

Length: 4.29 m
Beam: 1.8 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 11 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 11 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area: 10 m²
Weight: 140 kg
Crew Weight: 100 - 250 kg
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Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: -

RS Venture

The new benchmark in family, exploration and training dinghies, the RS Venture can carry up to eight sailors in its huge, self-draining cockpit. Sparkling performance makes it great fun and multiple equipment options allow to boat to be configured for you. Winner of multiple awards, the RS Venture has a choice of standard or ballasted centerboards – there’s even a lifting keel version too.

Length: 4.9 m
Beam: 2.0 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 11.8 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 14 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 195 kg (CB -/60/125 kg)
Crew Weight: 100 - 250 kg
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Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: -

Optimist

Optimist is the sailing entry class used worldwide: a boat for kids to develop the basic sailing skills. It is a very basic design focused on safety. Yet, at Devoti Sailing we believe in quality and competitiveness. Even in the most basic design, even for kids.

Length: 2.31 m
Beam: 1.13 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 3.3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 35 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1665
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Devoti
Class Association: -

Laser Pico

Built for family fun, the Pico continues to be a popular sailboat for all ages and abilities. Easy to handle, a snap to rig, the Pico facilitates a rapid learning curve for single-handed sailing. Fun, durable, and confidence inspiring, the Pico is a truly global boat that can be sailed by everyone.

Length: 3.58 m
Beam: 1.4 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 5.14 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 60
Crew Weight: 40 - 95 kg
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Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Laser BUG

The Bug is a confidence inspiring junior training boat that is highly versatile. She can be sailed, rowed or motored with an optional outboard motor, thus providing the ability to be a trainer, a tender, and adventure boat or a racer. Renowned for its outstanding upwind performance and superior downwind control, it combines performance and style all while maintaining an incredibly stable platform.

Length: 2.64 m
Beam: 1.3 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 3.8 / 5.3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 46 kg
Crew Weight: 30 - 75
PYS: 1330
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Laser Bahia

Sail, row, or motor; the Bahia has it all. The Bahia’s versatile design provides a great platform for leisure or racing for the whole family. Slow to invert, and easy to right and re-board the Bahia makes safety one of its strongest features. Ideal for weekend adventures, the Bahia is comfortably beached, rowed or motored without compromising performance.

Length: 4.65 m
Beam: 1.8 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 9.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 195 kg
Crew Weight: 50 - 250 kg+
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Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Laser Vago

With a modern look, the Laser Vago provides the performance you’d expect for a rip-roaring ride! Easily sailed single or double handed, the Vago is surprisingly graceful in a breeze. She also durable with an almost indestructible roto molded hull. This innovative hull keeps maintenance to a minimum and has a sub-chine area to promote controlled planing, ensuring every ride is a blast!

Length: 4.25 m
Beam: 1.56 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 7.56 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 106 kg
Crew Weight: 80 - 150 kg
PYS: 1071
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Funboat

Easy to rig, easy to sail, the Funboat is the perfect entry-level sail boat! With an combination of roominess, stability, maneuverability and simplicity, the Funboat is extremely seaworthy. Designed with a modified tunnel hull, the Funboat is the has everything for someone who just wants to have fun on the water. No centerboard means no hassle when pushing off or returning to your favorite beach.

Length: 3.9 m
Beam: 1.25 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 4.8 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Dart 16

The Dart 16 provides exciting performance for kids, youth, and adults alike! With better maneuverability than many larger catamarans thanks to a unique hull shape, the Dart 16 has a responsiveness similar to that found on a racing dinghy, yet remains exceptionally stable and forgiving. Fun to teach on and featuring a simple robust construction, it’s no wonder the Dart 16 is the UK’s best-selling catamaran!

Length: 4.79 m
Beam: 2.3 m
Type: Catamaran
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 10.4 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 11.53 m²
Weight: 125 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 905
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Alpha, optimist type

Entry level youth boat recommended age 4 to 14. Robust Rotomould Polyethylene, easy to rig sleeve sail, integrated buoyancy, self-draining cockpit. easily transportable 39kg Car top-able. A great fun learning platform for kids. The Alpha is specially designed to introduce the wonders of sailing to the younger generation. Designed with simplicity and safety in mind this robust little craft will encourage and foster young sailors in the early stages of discovery and the adventures of learning to sail.

Length: 2.3 m
Beam: 1.18 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 39 kg
Crew Weight: 20-50 kg
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Byte

At 3.6m with a beam of 1.3m, the Byte hull is built of foam sandwich GRP and weighs in a just 45.5kg. The perfect step from novice to performance sailing, the Byte shares the same hull as the Byte CII however this version has a Dacron sail and simpler rig to make it more affordable and better suited to the rigours of the training environment. When the time comes for a more challenging experience the Byte can easily be elevated to the high-performance Byte CII by simply upgrading the rig and sail.

Length: 3.6 m
Beam: 1.3 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind:
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Weight: 45.5 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Hartley 10

The Hartley 10 or H10 is an entry-level hard wearing Rotomould dinghy. The H10 range includes training, cruising, racing and a tender version. The H10 has a very stable sit-in design with a high boom to more comfortably accommodate older youth and adults. The attractive hull shape moves swiftly through the water and self drains effortlessly. The H10 comes with a single sail with the option of a clip on jib for extra fun on the water. The tender version can be easily towed behind a larger craft or simply lifted aboard, it can be paddled or rowed and has the option of aft seating and an outboard bracket to enhance it's tendering versatility.

Length: 2.9 m
Beam: 1.28 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 3.7 / 5.1 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 45
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Hartley 12.2

The Hartley 12.2 is another of our very stable sit-in designs it has a large cockpit and a high boom to more comfortably accommodate older youth and adult learners. The attractive hull shape moves swiftly through the water and self drains effortlessly. It has a centreboard rather than a daggerboard, this gives it a distinct advantage over similar boats of this size, the centreboard provides greater stability and allows for much easier launching and recovery. The H12.2 adds a very exciting 3 sail dimension with a mainsail, a jib and the option of an asymmetric or symmetric spinnaker.

Length: 3.7 m
Beam: 1.55 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 9.1 / 9.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 7.0 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 62 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

H 15

The New Hartley 15 or H15 is the latest of the Hartley Boats exciting range of Rotomould training dinghies. Just like its stablemates, the H15 is very easy to manage and delightfully responsive. Particularly suited to those in the early stages of sailing the Hartley15 is easily rigged and sailed with a 2 or 3 sail plan. It can be sailed single handed or with up to 5 crew which makes it ideal for training schools. Comes with a choice of Symmetric or Asymmetric spinnaker.

Length: 4.7 m
Beam: 1.8 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 12.3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 139 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Wanderer

Based on the successful design of the classic this modern upgraded Wanderer has all of the great versatile features of the Wayfarer in a scaled down version. Measuring 4.27m (14') this beauty provides a comfortable and stable training platform for up to 4 adults.

Length: 4.27 m
Beam: 1.75 m
Type: Adventurers
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 10.68 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 129.5 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1190
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Wayfarer

The new Mark IV Wayfarer is CE certified for up to 6 adults, this 4.82m (16') classic dinghy is the all-round favourite of sailing schools and resorts. Very versatile it can be rigged for sailing with symmetric or asymmetric spinnaker options with or without trapeze wires.

Length: 4.82 m
Beam: 1.85 m
Type: Adventurers
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 11.63 / 13.1 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 13.5 m²
Weight:
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1102
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Gull

This dinghy comes from the same design stable as the hugely successful Wayfarer and Wanderer and offers an even more compact version at 3.35m (12') which makes it very easy to handle both on and off the water by just one person, however it is CE for up to four and can be easily reefed or rigged with a spinnaker. We are very proud to continue to build this very established class in the centre of the United Kingdom by our family run team based in Derby.

Length: 3.35 m
Beam: 1.44 m
Type: Adventurers
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 6.78 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 5.57 m²
Weight: 88 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1363
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Kestrel

Over 50 years in the making the Kestrel Racer has a very strong following with a full racing calendar. Be it at a club, an open meeting or a Championship the Kestrel will make you feel like that you are racing a real pedigree boat.

Length: 4.75 m
Beam: 1.88 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 12.69 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 11.1 m²
Weight: 120 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1041
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Osprey

This boat is by far the Rolls Royce of racing boats. Over 50 years in the making the Osprey was Ian Proctors special trapeze boat. Sailed with two or three crew the Osprey is Quick and safe in strong winds and excels in big seas. If you want speed with excellent handling this boat is a must.

Length: 5.35 m
Beam: 1.75 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 14.05 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 17.2 m²
Weight: 133.9 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 940
Design By: Ian Proctor
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Melges X boat

The Melges X Boat® makes learning to sail fun, easy and addictive. For youth sailors, it is a rewarding experience that ultimately fosters a deep passion for the sport. Boasting a regular showing of over 100 boats at the X Inland Championship, it is one of the most active youth sailing fleets in North America. The Melges X Boat Experience not just about the racing. The Melges X Boat is the perfect, uncomplicated trainer designed specifically to be safe for novice sailors yet competitive & fun for aspiring junior racers.

Length: 4.88 m
Beam: 1.85 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 10.18 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 213 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: -

Melges 15

The Melges 15’s stable hull shape and ergonomic cockpit make it a suitable layout for adult racing and educational sailing. Easy conversion from a club configuration (non-spinnaker) to a one-design setup, provides more versatility to club programs and options for individual owners.

Length: 4.57 m
Beam: 1.68 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 12.4 sqm
Gennaker Sail Area: 14.5 sqm
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 104 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS:
Design By:
Design Year: 2020
Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: -

Solution

The Solution is a hiking singlehander designed to provide exciting but manageable sailing for all sailors in the 65 to 85kg weight range. The boat was designed for sailors who were too light for a Phantom or a Finn but wanted more performance than that offered by some traditional classes. A lightweight epoxy hull powerful sail make the boat an offwind flyer, whilst the adjustable raking rig ensures the boat is managable and refined whilst sailing upwind.

Length: 3.9 m
Beam: 1.12 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 8.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 56 kg
Crew Weight: 65 - 85 kg
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

Albacore

The Ovington Albacores are built under licence issued by the RYA and the National Albacore Association - and are supplied into the UK and Canada. The Albacore is an ideal first boat for those who are just learning to sail and a very competitive racer for more advanced sailors. Powerful and adjustable sail controls allow sailors to depower in high winds - enabling both light and heavy crews to race head to head.

Length: 4.57 m
Beam: 1.55 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 11.61 m²
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

Tiwal 2

Carried on your cruising boat, the Tiwal 2 inflatable sailing dinghy will transform your anchorage experience. Want to get some fresh air alone and enjoy planing in a rising breeze? Do you want to go with your child to share special times together on the water? Want to explore the coves around you? Do you want to impart the pleasures of sailing to your young crew? Come with us, we’ll take you on a Tiwal 2

Length: 2.8 m
Beam: 1.5 m
Type: Others
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 5.6 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 40 kg
Crew Weight: 40 - 150 kg
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Manufacturer: Tiwal
Class Association: -

Tiwal 3

The Tiwal 3 small inflatable sailboat stows in the trunk of your car. It will take you on an ocean of nautical adventures. The weekend promises to be sunny and you’re dreaming of a trip on the water? Are you vacationing by the sea and looking forward to tacking in that windy bay? Your Tiwal 3 is in the trunk of your car, so it’s okay, we’ll get you out on the water!

Length: 3.2 m
Beam: 1.36 / 1.62 m
Type: Others
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 5.2 / 7.0 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight:
Crew Weight: 40 - 200 kg
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Manufacturer: Tiwal
Class Association: -

C55

C55 is a large dinghy with a keel of 180 kg and the boat is used at sailing schools particulary in Sweden.

Length: 5.51 m
Beam: 2.05 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 17.3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 21 m²
Weight: 530 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS:
Design By: Pelle Pettersson
Design Year:
Manufacturer: No manufacturer of this boat today
Class Association: -

1-Krona

1-Kronan is an education sailing dinghy that also can be rown and used by a small engine.

Length: 3.00 m
Beam: 1.30 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 5.2 / 6.2 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 53 kg
Crew Weight:
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Design By: Erik Thorsell
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Krona Boats AB
Class Association: -

2-Krona

2-Krona is a very popular education sailing dinghy in Sweden.

Length: 4.63 m
Beam: 1.69 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Education
Sail Area Upwind: 10 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 10 m²
Weight: 160 kg
Crew Weight:
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Design By: Erik Thorsell
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Krona Boats AB
Class Association: -

RS Aero

After years of development we believe the RS Aero is the most technically advanced boat in its sector. Which explains why it’s the most exciting and best-selling modern single-hander. And easily handled too. Astonishingly, the RS Aero weighs about the same as an Optimist. That drives everything about its incredible user friendliness through transporting, rigging and launching.

Length: 4.00 m
Beam: 1.42 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 5.2 / 7.4 / 8.9 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 33 kg
Crew Weight: 35 - 105
PYS: 1136 / 1065 / 1014
Design By: Jo Richards
Design Year: 2014
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: RS Aero

RS 700

A top level single-handed skiff with performance equalization that allows winners to be big or small. The RS700 has refined systems for user-friendliness and competition on the fantastic RS Racing Circuits. It’s not for the faint hearted but this Class has a cult following and it’s easy to see why.

Length: 4.68 m
Beam: 1.92 - 2.23 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 12.8 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 16 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 49 kg
Crew Weight: 60 - 110 kg
PYS: 845
Design By: RS Sailing – Nick Peters & Alex Southon
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: Rs 700

RS 100

Exhilarating hiking single-hander with gennaker. Beautifully built using epoxy sandwich construction and carbon spars, the RS100 offers exhilarating racing and incorporates a host of features that make the performance widely attainable. Three rig sizes cover a wide sailor range and the cockpit is incredibly comfortable in all conditions, on open sea and inland water. The RS100 is responsive and highly rewarding for sailors who relish the challenge.

Length: 4.3 m
Beam: 1.83 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 7.4 / 8.4 / 10.2 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 13 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 52 kg
Crew Weight: 70 - 110
PYS: - / 1004 / 981
Design By: Paul Handley
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: RS 100

Contender

We trust the new innovations and improvements will make the Hartley Contender a joy to sail and an even better performer than her predecessors. Her new design and good looks will attract more helms to this wonderful high-performance dinghy and that her, speed, agility, responsiveness and performance will keep them sufficiently challenged and satisfied to encourage the growth that will boost the Contender class going forward.

Length: 4.88 m
Beam: 1.5 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 10.3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 83 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: Contender

D-Zero

Dan Holman and Devoti Sailing created 2014 a “basic” single-hander sailboat that had to be light and simple enough to be carried on a car’s roof and rigged in 10 minutes, yet delivering a high-quality sailing experience and performance. The boat also had to target a board range of sailors in terms of weight and skill: manageable enough for the average club sailor to sail safely but technical enough to engage the professionals.

Length: 4.2 m
Beam: 1.42 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 6.9 / 8.1
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 43 kg
Crew Weight: 40 - 100 kg
PYS: 1029
Design By: Dan Holman and Devoti Sailing
Design Year: 2014
Manufacturer: Devoti
Class Association: D-Zero

Europe

The Europe dinghy was formerly an Olympic class for ladies (1992 - 2004) and does actually come from the International Moth that when in 1962 some took the then fastest Moth to be the one-type Europe Moth.

Length: 3.35
Beam: 1.38 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 7.0 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 45 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Winner
Class Association: Europe

Moth Mach 2

The boat had to be fast enough to win the World Championships, but it must be also capable of achieving this "straight out of the box" Our goal is that the black art of "tweaking" will not apply to this boat in the way it has to other production designs, that those "in the know" do not have an advantage over your regular Jo.

Length: 3.35 m
Beam: 2.25 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.25 m²
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Manufacturer: McDougall & McConaghy
Class Association: Moth, International

International Moth

Internationam Moth by Maguire

Length: 3.35 m
Beam: 2.25 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.25 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Manufacturer: Maguire boats
Class Association: Moth, International

International Moth

International Moth by Aardvark The Moth is a construction class and sine the end of the 1990's been a foiling class.

Length: 3.35 m
Beam: 2.25 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.25 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight:
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Manufacturer: Aardvark racing
Class Association: Moth, International

Finn dinghy

The Finn dinghy was designed by Richard Sarby. Since 1996 Devoti has been the leading manufacturer of the Finn. And the medals keep coming with 22 Finns out of 23 racing in Rio 2016 were D-Fantastica (the 23rd was a Devoti Classic)… At Devoti Sailing we take pride not only in the competitiveness of our boats, but also in the quality of built, materials and aesthetics.

Length: 4.53 m
Beam: 1.58 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind:
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 116 kg
Crew Weight: 80 - 120 kg
PYS: 1045
Design By: Richard Sarby
Design Year: 1949
Manufacturer: Devoti
Class Association: Finn

Melges 14

Designed by Reichel/Pugh, the Melges 14 is a modern singlehanded one-design with the ability to sail with two. With its large and open transom, there’s never a need to bail. The carbon mast and boom complement its flexible sail plan with three different size rigs: Gold, Blue and Red. With boats in North America, Europe, Asia, New Zealand, and Africa, the Melges 14 is becoming a one-design fleet for the masses. Sailors can order a custom Melges 14 dolly, easily car top it or tow it behind any vehicle.

Length: 4.27 m
Beam: 1.58 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 5.46 m² / 7.8 m² / 9.1 m²
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Design By: Reichel/Pugh
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Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: Melges 14

Open BIC

Open BIC celebrated its 10th birthday in 2016, along with the production of its 8,000th boat. Designed specifically for juniors, the little dinghy has blown a big breath of fresh air through our sailing world, close to the new-generation skiff concept, very fast and very simple. 100% open, self-bailing, rapid and responsive, with an up-to-date versatile rig, the O’pen BIC offers kids a machine that delivers maximum fun while helping them learn the skills and reflexes to enjoy racing on current, high-performance equipment.

Length: 2.74
Beam: 1.09
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 4.5 m²
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Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: Open BIC

Sunfish

The Sunfish Race is a box one design that provides equal performance for all boats – so it is not a better boat that wins the race, but the better sailor. One of sailing’s most recognized brands, The Sunfish Race combines simplicity and performance making it popular for racers who do not want to spend time working on their boats, but want to be out racing! Designed as the ultimate beach craft, this maintenance free boat holds its resale value thanks to its robust construction, highlighted by hard chines and a flat underbody.

Length: 4.24 m
Beam: 1.25 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 6.97 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight:
Crew Weight: 50 - 110 kg
PYS: 1229
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: Sunfish

Waszp

World class foiling has never been more accessible. The WASZP is the perfect platform to enjoy one-design racing as well as a fun, friendly lifestyle where anything is possible!

Length: 3.35 m
Beam: 2.25 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 6.9 / 8.2 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 41 kg
Crew Weight: 40 - 95 kg
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Manufacturer: McDougall & McConaghy
Class Association: Waszp

RS 200

Adrenaline packed racing and a full-on social scene. The RS200 is one of the most popular two person sailboats of today. Perfect for moderate weight teams, it’s a winner with mixed crews, young sailors and family teams – at clubs, championships and on the RS Racing Circuit. Strict one-design rules keep the competition tight and the budget in control. So it’s all about exciting sailing and a good time ashore in the RS community.

Length: 4.00 m
Beam: 1.83 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 11.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 8.3 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 78 kg
Crew Weight: 100 - 150 kg
PYS: 1048
Design By: Phil Morrison
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: RS 200

RS 400

A modern classic from the outset, the RS400 launched RS and built our reputation. It is fast, well mannered, beautifully built and attracts great sailors. This gennaker powered, double-handed hiking Class is as popular today as it was when it all began. The powerful rig and high volume hull suits medium to heavy, often mixed, teams. In clubs and on the RS Racing Circuit the RS400 gives amazing, one-design competition.

Length: 4.52 m
Beam: 1.83 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 14.76 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 13.94 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 88 kg
Crew Weight: 150 - 200 kg
PYS: 942
Design By: Phil Morrison
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: RS 400

RS 500 XL

Fast and exciting single trapeze double-hander with a fantastic European racing circuit and an awesome social scene. The RS500’s infectious popularity has created a growing International Class with World Championships in fabulous venues every year. The RS500 has un-matched asymmetric skiff style performance, one-design competition, plus a youth and adult age range.

Length: 4.34 m
Beam: 1.58 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 13.1 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 14 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 78 kg
Crew Weight: 100 - 140 kg
PYS: 963
Design By: Phil Morrison
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: RS 500

RS 800

The twin wire skiff with the kind of performance many sailors dream about. Graduating from youth racing or stepping up from slower boats – this is the skiff class for all – men and women, young or not. Minimal weight and hull drag mean the rig doesn’t have to be enormous to develop awesome speeds. So the loads are manageable by both sexes and performance equalization ensures that mixed teams usually stand on RS racing Circuit podiums.

Length: 4.8 m
Beam: 1.9 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 16.56 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 21 m²
Weight: 68 kg
Crew Weight: 120 - 160 kg
PYS: 799
Design By: Phil Morrison
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: -

2000

A highly successful dinghy class, the 2000 (formerly the Laser 2000) has active sailing club racing fleets and a full open circuit series plus championships, supported by an enthusiastic Class Association. With many features found in modern performance racing classes, such as a gennaker and a self draining cockpit, the 2000 combines exciting sailing and with easy handling that inspires confidence.

Length: 4.4 m
Beam: 1.8 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 11.74 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 10.12 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 124 kg
Crew Weight: 80 - 160 kg
PYS: 1112
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: -

D-One

The D-one is all about fun and performance. It was designed in 2009 by Phil Morrison and “perfected” by Devoti Sailing’s Roman Teply with the idea of bringing the spirit and the technology of world class racers to the world of single-handler dinghies.

Length: 4.23
Beam: 2.31
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 9,5 / 11.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 75 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 953
Design By: Phil Morrison
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Devoti
Class Association: -

Club 420

Safe for beginning sailors and quick enough to keep collegiate All-Americans interested, the Club 420 provides the most double handed racing of any boat in the world. The C420 enables young sailors to learn teamwork, trapeze, and spinnaker techniques that can’t be learned from a single-handed boat. Sailing institutions are using the C420 to develop team racing and fleet racing events that are keeping young sailors excited while building participation in junior programs.

Length: 4.24 m
Beam: 1.68 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 7.4 m²
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Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Club FJ (Flying Junior)

The Club FJ is a tough, agile performer for beginners to elite sailors. Our Collegiate versions, (Cal Style SCV, Bullet Proof and Lake Style), are the most popular boats in college sailing. More collegiate sailing teams in North America sail our FJ than any other double-handed sailboat.

Length: 4.05 m
Beam: 1.25 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 5.93 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 95 kg
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Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: -

Hartley 12

These are entry level hard wearing Rotomould dinghies. The Hartley12 range incorporates a very stable sit-in design with a high boom to more comfortably accommodate older youth and adult learners. The attractive hull shape moves swiftly through the water and self drains effortlessly. Having a centreboard rather than a daggerboard is a distinct advantage over similar boats as it allows for much easier launching and recovery. The H12 is a single sail version while the H12.2 adds a whole new exciting dimension with the introduction of a jib and an asymmetric or symmetric spinnaker.

Length: 3.7 m
Beam: 1.55 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 9.1 m²
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Weight: 62 kg
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Supernova

This is one of the fastest single-handed non-trapeze boats. The Supernova is at home on a lake or at sea. A very responsive but stable boat. The new sleek Supernova being built in Derby (UK) by the Hartley Boats team is now beautifully built in epoxy and weighs in at just 50kg making the Supernova one of the fastest and best performing single-handed dinghies you can sail without the added complications of wings or trapeze wires.

Length: 4.39 m
Beam: 1.5 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.22 m²
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Weight: 50 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1077
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Blaze

The Hartley Boats Mk 4 Blaze is one of the best performing single-handed dinghies available. The sporty monohull is stylish, comfortable and easy to manage. The rack system extends to 2.48 meters enabling exceptional leverage and ease of handling in all wind conditions. With three different sail plans available the Blaze covers a wide range of crew weights.

Length: 4.2 m
Beam: 2.48 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 10.4 m²
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Weight: 72 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1021
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Rebel

Over 50 years in the making the Kestrel Racer has a very strong following with a full racing calendar. Be it at a club, an open meeting or a Championship the Kestrel will make you feel like that you are racing a real pedigree boat.

Length: 4.5 m
Beam: 1.4 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 18.2 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 28.5 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 40
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1070
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Hartley Boats
Class Association: -

Melges 17

An alternative, double-handed scow, the Melges 17 has a reputation for being fast and fun in light or heavy air. A streamlined and sporty scow geared for speed, it is a quick and easy racer with a reputation for being a fun family boat. The rivalry pairings range from husband and wife to teamed siblings, making the Melges 17 the ultimate family racer! Light and easy sailing: hull weighs 335 lbs and the carbon fiber spar is only 16 lbs Features an advanced underdeck board system

Length: 5.07 m
Beam: 1.69 m
Type: Others
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 20.43 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 26 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 152 kg
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Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: -

Melges E Scow

The elegant and sleek Melges E Scow is the pinnacle of high speed one-design racing for sailors in North America, from lakes and bays to protected ocean harbors. With over 70 boats regularly hitting the starting line at the National Championship, the Melges E Scow is an ever-growing fleet driven by a design that’s always innovating.

Length: 8.53 m
Beam: 2.06 m
Type: Scow
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 30 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 51.2 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 438 kg
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Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: -

Melges C Scow

The Melges MC is one of the largest, most popular one-design fleets in North America. The scow design maximizes speed yet provides unmatched stability. There are more than 100 active fleets nationwide. An original design by the Melges family in 1956, it is unique in the fact that you can sail single-handed or double-handed. Sailing solo is easy, taking a crew is fun!

Length: 4.88 m
Beam: 1.73 m
Type: Scow
Type Crew: Multihanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 12.54 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 190 kg
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Manufacturer: Melges
Class Association: -

Optimist by Ovington

The Optimist has come a long way since its development; to the strict one-design racing boat it is to the current day. For children up to 15, the international optimist provides the perfect starter boat for beginners to competitive racers.

Length: 2.36 m
Beam: 1.12 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 3.3 m²
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Weight: 35 kg
Crew Weight: 20 - 50 kg
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

Phantom

The Phantom has evoloved since its inception in 1971 to a refined single hander with a stiff, lightweight epoxy hull with carbon spars. The powerful sail drives the boat well in light conditions and the adjustable rig allows you to efficiently depower when the breeze is up making the Phantom a great boat throughout the wind range.

Length: 4.42
Beam: 1.64 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 9.8 m²
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Weight: 61 kg
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

OK by Ovington

The new Ovington OK now available. CNC Hull, Deck, Centreboard and Rudder moulds provide the best finish possible with the most accurate design.

Length: 4.0 m
Beam: 1.42 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.95 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 72 kg
Crew Weight: 65 - 85 kg
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

Solo

Since acquiring the Boon Boats Solo mould in 2015 we have been working hard at improving the quality of the finished boats by improving the mould. We've used the experience gained in building over 160 Solos for Steve Boon, combined with our knowledge of epoxy foam sandwich boat building and attention to detail learnt from building International and Olympic classes. Significant improvements have been made to the accuracy of assembly, cosmetic finish and the structural stiffness of the boats.

Length: 3.78 m
Beam: 1.55 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.36 m²
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Weight: 70 kg
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

VX Evo

The VX Evo is a fresh concept in big dinghies. Designed by the VX design team specifically for larger sailors wanting a simple, yet technical race-boat, optimized for performance, handling, and ergonomics whether upwind, or downwind under a balanced asymmetric sail plan.

Length: 4.5 m
Beam: 1.76 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.1 / 10.2 m²
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Weight: 82 kg
Crew Weight:
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

505 by Ovington

The class rules are one design, with the emphasis on controlling aspects that most directly affect boat speed. The sail plan and hull shape are tightly controlled, while the rigging layout, spars and foils are open. This allows the boat to be set up in many ways to suit different sailors. Most boats currently have adjustable shrouds, forestay and mast ram which allows rig tension, rake and mast being to be changed whilst racing.

Length: 5.05 m
Beam: 1.88
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 17 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 27 m²
Weight: 127 kg
Crew Weight:
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Design By:
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Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: -

Skeeta

Skeeta is the very latest, ‘3rd Generation’ foiling dinghy that incorporates all-round performance. Sailors are no longer left waiting for a breeze to go sailing. The Skeeta is fun and capable of sailing in all safe wind ranges. It is much more stable than narrow skiffs and can be sailed without hydrofoils, making it far more versatile as an all-purpose dinghy. The hull is simple, robust, unsinkable and quick to rig.

Length: 3.66 m
Beam: 1.23 / 2.3 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.5 / 9.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 35 kg
Crew Weight: 60 - 100 kg
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Manufacturer: Skeeta
Class Association: -

Nikki

Nikki is a fully open, modern scow designed for learning to sail and fun, competitive sailing. It's capable of planing up-wind, bringing a whole new level of fun to youth sailing - a new thrill to captivate and entrench young sailors into the sport for life! The hull is stable, robust and simple. The steering is light and direct, allowing new sailors to develop their skills and feeling. It also introduces a pathway to high-performance sailing.

Length: 2.9 m
Beam: 1.02 / 1.8 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 5.5 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 27 kg
Crew Weight: 25 - 65 kg
PYS:
Design By:
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Manufacturer: Skeeta
Class Association: -

Peacoq

The Peacoq 14 is a dinghy designed by Raphaël Censier under the leadership of an entrepreneur, Patrick Billot. The program is simple: democratize the practice of foiling in the medium of light sailing thanks to a playful and educational support which is used like a classic dinghy.

Length: 4.19 m
Beam: 1.68 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 16 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 10 m² (code)
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 90 kg
Crew Weight: 60 - 200 kg
PYS:
Design By: Raphaël Censier
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Peacoq
Class Association: -

12 foot

The 12 footer was designed in 1912 and was used as an Olympic class 1920 and 1928.

Length: 3.66 m
Beam: 1.43 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 9.3 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 104 kg
Crew Weight:
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Design By: George Cockshott
Design Year: 1912
Manufacturer: No manufacturer of this boat today
Class Association: -

Pirate dinghy

The Pirate dinghy is a German design and construction, a doublehander and mostly built in Mahogany. Approx 6 000 boats has been built.

Length: 5.00 m
Beam: 1.60 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 10 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 10 m²
Weight: 204 kg
Crew Weight:
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Design By: Carl Martens
Design Year: 1934
Manufacturer: No manufacturer of this boat today
Class Association: -

F101

F101 is a foiling trimaran, or monohull with bouancy in small outer platforms. Long, central hull places the rudder and main foil further apart, removing some of the limitations and bad habits that other foiling boats suffer from. All carbon construction: main hull, foils, floats, beams, 2 piece mast. Very simple, well thought out control systems.

Length: 5.4 m
Beam: 2.55 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 9.0 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 5.5 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 75 kg
Crew Weight: 60 - 150 kg
PYS:
Design By: Alan Hillman, Rob Andrews
Design Year:
Manufacturer: FoilingWorld F101
Class Association: -

Flying Mantis

Flying mantis is a foiling trimaran designed and constructed in the UK.

Length: 4.2 m
Beam: 2.4 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 11.2 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight:
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Design By: Jamie Stewart, Richard Pemberton
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Flying Mantis
Class Association: -

Foiling UFO

The UFO is a simplistic modern hydrofoiling boat, that allows anyone to fly through the air, freeing the hull from draggy water. Built in the United States in high volume and quality control, the UFO maintains a one-design philosophy, creating close and exciting racing on foils!

Length: 2.67 m
Beam: 1.7 m
Type: Foiling
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 7.8 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 50 kg
Crew Weight:
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Design By:
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Manufacturer: Fulcrum speed works
Class Association: -

RS Tera

Fast and exciting 21st century single-hander that looks cool and makes sailing addictive. From entry level to international competition the RS Tera gets kids hooked on sailing. And that’s exactly what we want. It’s packed with features that make sailing safe and easy. It comes up dry from a capsize. It’s quick and simple to rig by youngsters. It’s tough. Two sail sizes mean small novices and experienced teenagers love the RS Tera equally, so parents do too.

Length: 2.87 m
Beam: 1.23 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 3.7 / 4.8 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 43 kg
Crew Weight: 30 - 70 kg
PYS: 1359 (Pro) 1438 (Sport)
Design By: Paul Handley
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: Rs Tera

RS Feva

The world’s leading double handed dinghy for youngsters and parent / child teams. An International Class with events around the globe, the RS Feva is fast-growing in most developed sailing nations and expanding into others every year. Chosen by families, clubs and National Authorities to build the pathway to a lifetime in sailing – the RS Feva offers a double-handed alternative and a stepping stone at the crucial time in sailing lives.

Length: 3.64 m
Beam: 1.42 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 8.6 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 7.0 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 73
Crew Weight: 60 - 100
PYS: 1240
Design By: Paul Handley
Design Year:
Manufacturer: RS Sailing
Class Association: RS Feva

Laser

The Laser is the world’s most popular adult racing class boat. True to box one-design standards, each Laser in the world is identical ensuring the best sailor on the water wins the race, not the boat. The Laser is a challenging boat that rewards athleticism, subtle steering and trimming techniques, as well as the tactical excellence of the sailor. The Laser is raced by young and old alike from the Club level all the way to the Olympics. The Laser comes standard as a race version.

Length: 4.23 m
Beam: 1.37 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 4.7 / 5.76 / 7.06 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 59 kg
Crew Weight: 40 - 95 kg
PYS: 1207 / 1145 /1099
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Laser Performance
Class Association: Laser

Flying Dutchman

Flying Dutchman is a large sailing dinghy designed already in 1951. It uses a trapeze and a big spinnaker. It was an Olympic class for many years, between 1960 and 1992.

Length: 6.06 m
Beam: 1.78
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 18.6 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 21 m²
Weight: 130 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS:
Design By: Uus van Essen and Conrad Gulche
Design Year: 1951
Manufacturer: No manufacturer of this boat today
Class Association: Flying Dutchman

Snipe

Snipe is a classical doublehander with an active fleet in many countries. Several manufacturers as DB Marine, Jibetech and Zeltic among others.

Length: 4.72 m
Beam: 1.5 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 11.9 m 0178
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight:
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PYS: 1117
Design By:
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Various manufacturers of this boat type
Class Association: Snipe

Musto Skiff

Musto Skiff is a wellknown singlehanded skiff built by Ovington boats.

Length: 4.55 m
Beam: 1.35 m / 2.35 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Singlehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 11.08 m²
Gennaker Sail Area: 15.5 m²
Spinnaker Sail Area:
Weight: 44 kg / 82.5 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 847
Design By: Dr Joachim Happrecht
Design Year:
Manufacturer: Ovington
Class Association: Musto Skiff

Int'l 14

The International 14 is a fast, doublehanded dinghy with a long history. Fourteens have evolved from the wooden hulls of the 1920s to the carbon fibre machines of today. Fourteens have also gone global, becoming an International Class in 1928 and merging with the Australian 14ft Skiffs in the late 1990s. Throughout, the class has been at the forefront of development and represented the ultimate in double-handed dinghy racing. The Fourteen is a development class, built to a basic set of rules that allows for innovation. The boats are 14 feet long and, within the current rules, six feet wide. Modern boats have twin trapezes, assymetric spinnakers and hydrofoils on rudders.

Length: 4.267 m
Beam: 1.83 m
Type: Skiff
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 18.58 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
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Weight: 70 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS:
Design By: Construction class
Design Year: 1928 construction class
Manufacturer: No manufacturer of this boat today
Class Association: International 14

GP14

GP14, which stands for General Purpose, is a doublehanded sailing boat that is also meant to be able to be rowed or using an outboard motor.

Length: 4.27 m
Beam: 1.54 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 12.85 m²
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 8.4 m²
Weight: 132.9 kg
Crew Weight:
PYS: 1131
Design By: Jack Holt
Design Year: 1949
Manufacturer: Various manufacturers of this boat type
Class Association: GP14

Merlin Rocket

Merlin Rocket is a popular double-hander sailed mostly in the UK.

Length: 4.27 m
Beam: 2.18 m
Type: Monohull
Type Crew: Doublehanded
Type Purpose: Racing
Sail Area Upwind: 10.2 sqm
Gennaker Sail Area:
Spinnaker Sail Area: 10 sqm
Weight:
Crew Weight:
PYS: 980
Design By: Construction class
Design Year: 1946 ->
Manufacturer: Various manufacturers of this boat type
Class Association: Merlin Rocket

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