Laser designer Bruce Kirby dies aged 92

Bruce Kirby, best known as the designer of the Laser, now known as the ILCA, passed away 18 July 2021 at the age of 92 yrs

ILCA European Continental Qualification – Beckett goes clear leader

The fleets are now split in gold and silver fleets for the six final races of the ILCA European Continental Qualification event

ILCA European Continental Qualification – Day 1

First day of racing at the 2021 ILCA Vilamoura European Continental Qualification event – See video here

Laser and Radial Olympic Qualification event in Vilamoura

Straight from hosTing the Finn Europeans, Vilamoura, Portugal will host the final European Olympic Qualification event for Laser and Radial sailors from Monday 19 April

ILCA launches 50th anniversary celebration

Throughout its 50 year existence, the Laser Class has worked to grow to become today the largest adult and youth sailing organization in the world and, significantly, the single-handed Olympic dinghy for both men and women

Final day for Standard and 4.7 Lasers at the UKLA Nationals

Final day for the Standard and 4.7 Laser fleets at the UKLA National Championships at WPNSA

Seven new Laser Builders approved

ILCA has offered seven new builders provisional licenses to move forward in the Laser builder application process

Laser members vote to decouple Laser name . . .

Rule change proposal to remove the requirement for a class approved builder to ‘have the rights to use a Laser trademark’ is passed

World Sailing Statement – If it’s not one thing it’s another !

World Sailing has issued a statement to make clear its position on the current issues surrounding the Equipment for the Men’s and Women’s One Person Dinghy Events at Tokyo 2020

ILCA Dinghy . . . aka the Laser

The International Laser Class Association (ILCA) has announced that, from 25 April 2019, all new, class-approved boats will be sold and raced under the ILCA Dinghy name