CLASSES SAILED

Flying 11s

The Flying Eleven is an exciting, high performance, light weight racing dinghy, competitively sailed by 2 people of a preferable combined crew weight between 75 and 115kgs. Teams under 18 years old race the Flying Eleven in the Junior Class. Teams 18 years old and up race in the Open Dinghy Class. The Flying Eleven class tends to be a transitional class up to the  National 125

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Cruisers, Sportsboats & Trailable Yachts

Two fleets of cruisers, sportboats and trailable yachts are raced from the Club on Sunday afternoon during the summer sailing season. The Division 2 fleet consists of larger and faster cruisers and sportboats, while smaller cruisers and trailable boats make up the combined Division 3 and 4 fleet. Some of the Club’s cruisers, sportboats and trailables participate in mid-week races and twilight

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Open Cats

The Open Cats section is open to any off the beach catamarans other than Hobie 16's that would like to race. This includes Tornadoes, Formula 18's, A-Class cats, NACRA's, Hobie Tigers and Formula 16's. Just turn up and speak to the officer of the

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Hobies

The Hobie 16 is a very popular catamaran and well supported at the club. The Class thrives on having good fun, with these fast, easy to rig   boats. There is great dealer and association support.  Nedlands is the home to a number of very successful Hobie 16 sailors including World and National champions. With friendly yet competitive club racing and regattas on most weekends through the year,

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National 125s

The National 125 is a 12.5 foot (3.83 m) two person intermediate sailing dinghy complete with spinnaker and trapeze, a boat for everyone. It has a design that appeals to the person wanting a piece of the sailing action without going overboard on costs. Designed for easy owner building in stitch and glue, the 125 is a handyman's dream. For those with less time, a fibreglass hull is available,

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