Dinghy

Brits lead Laser and Radial at Palamos Christmas Race

After three races completed for all classes on the first day of the Palamos Christmas Race series Britain’s Joseph Mullan leads the Laser event, and Arthur Fry the men’s Radial.

First the Moth, then the Waszp and now the Mothquito

First the Moth, then the Waszp, and now there is the Mothquito, a high performance flying catamaran one-design with an innovative design and full carbon construction

WASZP Gets Foil Upgrade

Following the decision at the recent WASZP European Championships the class has announced to adoption of a new, larger foil

Good Championship Year for HISC Sailors

Sailors from all the active Hayling Island Sailing Club classes were out and about getting in the silverware this year

EUROSAF Launches New Regatta Circuit

European Sailing Federation and International 420 Class join forces for a new regatta circuit to foster and promote double-handed dinghy sailing in Europe

RS Aero UK Southern Circuit – Final Overall

There were 164 entries from over 150 RS Aero sailors competing in at least one event of this year’s RS Aero UK Southern Circuit.

Pwllheli and Plymouth to host RYA Youth Nationals

Pwllheli and Plymouth picked for 2020 and 2021 RYA Youth Nationals

Datchet Flyer victory for Richard Smith

Richard Smith sailing an RS600 wins the Seldén Mast SailJuice Winter Series #2, at Datchet Water Sailing Club, after a strong showing in Sunday’s double point non-discardable pursuit race

Christmas Cracker Open at Hayling Island SC

Fancy one last blast before Christmas? Join other local dinghy sailors at Hayling Island SC for their annual Christmas Cracker Pursuit Race on Sunday 23 December

Bowmoor Bubble RS Aero Open

Thirty RS Aeros entered for the Bowmoor Bubble, the first event of this winter’s RS Aero UK Winter Series

KA Sail ships 700th Waszp to UK

The Waszp guys at KA Sail Australia, are shipping their 700th boat out of the factory, and it’s heading to the UK.

Laser Performance Masters Inlands – Final

The good turnout at the Laser class Masters Inlands at Grafham Water SC neatly highlighted the problem in British club sailing.