Fleet 204 from Syracuse, NY has a long reputation for running large and fun regattas on their local lake. In 1976, they started the “Madcatter” regatta and had 14 attendees. Some years later they added a preceding event – a tune up event called the “Madhatter”.
Be one of the first to enter 21st Hobie 16 World Championship to ensure your boat. With limited entries the first in will be guaranteed your bonuses. The early entry will ensure you get the discounted entry fee. Assured boat for your championships
The North American Hobie 20 Championships will be held at Ocean Springs Yacht Club, Mississippi, 8-11 June 2016.
Hobie Cat® Worldwide and the International Hobie Class Association are pleased to announce that the 21st Hobie 16 World Championships website is now live. The dates for the world championships are 29 May – 13 June, 2016 and for each series, dates and information can be found on the dedicated event website. You can enter […]
Hobie Cat® Worldwide and the International Hobie Class Association are pleased to announce that the 21st Hobie 16 World Championships will take place in 2016, at the idyllic location of Dapeng, Longgang, which is set among the scenic mountains of the Dapeng District of Shenzhen in southern China.
The 2016 Hobie 17 North American Championships will be hosted at Carlyle Sailing Association 20960 Hazlet Park Rd, Carlyle, Illinois 62231 and Hobie Fleet 123 from the 21st August to 26th August. For the Hobie 18 it will also be the also US Sailing Multihull Championships for the Hobie Alter Trophy
2016 HOBIE 16/18 NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP PUERTO PEÑASCO, MEXICO OCTOBER 10-14, 2016 With an easy 4.5 hour drive from both Phoenix and Tucson, the regatta site is just an hour south of the border. A working port, this small Mexican fishing village boasts warm water, a sheltered harbor, wonderful downtown and a beautiful sandy beach. […]
So get ready and book your holidays and accommodation for 10-14 October 2016. This is one you don’t wish to miss.
Day 1 73 Hobie 16 teams started competition today at Pensacola Yacht Club in gusty north winds that varied from 8 to 25 knots. The wind came from off shore making the wind a bit gusty and shfting. Four races were completed with most of the races sailed with winds in the upper teens. A […]