Class Websites from the World
Arranged from the Big Boats to 20 Footers
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50 Footers and Beyond

Great Lakes 70 Sailing Association

This is where most of the sleds have gone.
Big Boats, Great Lakes, and Thick Jackets

41 to 50 Footers


31 to 40 Footers

Farr 40

The international standard featuring the Who's Who of Yachting. The driver rule is fairly vague though. It would be great to see all the pros driving the boats for a regatta or 2. They may have screwed the pooch with the tiller boats. They could be faster than the wheel boats.

IMS 40s An East Coast Based Fleet of IMS40s ranging from 39 to 43 feet. Started in 1998. Some hot boats in the fleet.
The greatest Cruiser / Racer Class ever built. Strong fast and fun with 2 great stabbin cabins. I've had them in 50 knots of wind and they just truck right along
Schock 40
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Schock 35 A West Coast Standard. The fleet has been strong since the 80s and featured in the Lipton Cup and the US Yacht Club Challenge.
One Design 35 Great Class at Key West Race Week. Real Strong Class association that helps each other to race better. A lesson for all classes to learn.
Tartan 10 Still a great 33' class in the Midwest. Was the staple of the Chicago Mac race all through the 80s

20 to 30 Footers

Olson 30 The Speedster from Santa Cruz. Still has a big fleet in Southern California
Schock 30/30 All around Nelson/Marek designed racer that you can cruise. Great fleet of 20 boats between San Diego and Ventura. Fun One Design racing.
Catalina 30 The all around cruiser that you can race. The tall rigs have done very well in the breeze.
Morgan 27

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The great boat of the 70s is reforming their nationwide class.

And now 2 great websites!

Express 27 A Northern California Tradition. These were the Cool Sailors in the Bay.
Santa Cruz 27 One of the first small ultralights in production. The people that sail them, really love them.
Cal 25

A Nationwide class that has always been strong. With a #2 and no main, they will sail in any condition easily.
They have a Chat Page

J-24 J Boat's first big seller. Was the standard for many years in Championship and Collegiate events. Fun to sail in a breeze.
Martin 242 Nice fleet of 25 boats in Marina del Rey, California. Very competitive
Melges 24 The best 24 footer around. Ultra competitive racing and high speed reaching.
Sonar The 23' Sonar International Sonar was designed in 1979 by Bruce Kirby and was adopted as an internationally recognized class in 2000.
A Large Friendly East Coast Fleet.
J-22 A strong class in most of the country.
Cal 20 The original bulb keel. Their Nationals are just as competitive as they were in the 70s. They are great little boats that keep going and going . . . . . . .
Santana 20 Great Collegiate Boat.
Who is the Mud Flap Girl?

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