National Associations Spread Their Love

This is the time of year for a few European boat shows, and some offer an opportunity for national associations to promote the class, and show off to prospective new recruits ready for the start of the season just around the corner.

For the last 2 weekends, the Danish A Class Association had a booth at the Danish boat show in Fredericia. They showed the DNA F1 and it was, without any competition, the coolest boat on the show, drawing a lot of attention from the visitors.

World Sailing increased fees due on new International A-Catamaran Association build

The World Sailing Board reviewed the Class fees payable to World Sailing and determined that, from 1st January 2017, the Class fee payable to World Sailing for each International A- Catamaran Association plaque issued shall be £47.38.

This information is directed to A-Cat boat builders exclusively. Individual sailors are not subject to this fee (only indirectly when buying a boat).
Please do not hesitate to contact IACA should you require any further information about this subject.

 

Stevie Brewin retains the crown

The 2017 Australian A Class Championship is now complete, with Steven Brewin winning the event. Darren Bundock was second, with Brad Collette third.

One race was started today in somewhat light and fickle conditions, which soon became extremely light and fickle. The race was stopped after about 10 minutes with the breeze doing several pirouettes around the compass spectrum. No further racing could be started.

All to play for at the AUS Nats as Bundy closes up the gap to Brewin

With one day left, things suddenly look close now for 1st and 2nd, and only a few points in it.  Our embedded reporter, Bob Griffits reports;

The final day of the 2017 Australian A Class Catamaran has arrived, with racing scheduled for midday.

Just three points protects the lead of Stevie Brewin from second placed Darren Bundock, with Brad Collett a further 12 points astern.

Interestingly,the order of the top ten boats has remained virtually unchanged over the course of this regatta, and the current rankings are an accurate reflection of the respective skill levels.

First blood as Brewin just leads in the Aussie Nats on Day 1

With the first days races under the belt, Brewin just leads Bundy, as Bob Griffits reports.

After the conclusion of the three faces sailed today on Port Phillip Bay, Stevie Brewin narrowly leads the event with 5 points with a 2-1-2 scorecard.
Just behind on 6 points is  his training and development partner, Darren Bundock, with scores of 1-2-3.  Brad Collett is in third place with places 4-5-1 ( 10 points).  Rounding out the top 6 are Adam Beattie 3-4-4 (11), and Stephen Brayshaw 5-3-5 (13 points).

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