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OPTIMIST

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OPTIMIST

The Optimist is a small, single-handed sailing dinghy intended for use by children up to the age of 15. Nowadays boats are usually made of fiberglass, although wooden boats are still built.
It is one of the most popular sailing dinghies in the world, with over 150000 boats officially registered with the class and many more built but never registered.
The Optimist is recognized as an International Class by the International Sailing Federation.

Technical data:

  • Length: 232cm
  • Width: 113cm
  • Height: 235cm
  • Weight of the Hull: 35kg
  • Sail: 3,5m²

 

420

420

420 class bloat is an international, two person regatta dinghy, constructed for youths and adults. The 420 was designed specifically to be easier to handle than its larger higher-performance cousin, the 470. The 420 was designed, as a stepping-stone for club and youth sailing to the 470.

Technical data:

  •  Length: 420cm

  • Width: 163cm

  • Mast height: 626cm

  • Main sail: 7,0 m²

  • Jib: 2,8m²

  • Spinnaker: 9 m²

  • Hull weight: min 80kg

470

470

The 470 is a two person Olympic class dinghy. Equipped with a spinnaker, trapeze and a large sail-area-to-weight ratio, it is designed to plane easily, and good teamwork necessary to sail it well. The name comes from the overall length of the boat in centimeters.
The 470 is a popular class with both individuals and sailing schools, offering a good introduction to high-performance boats without being excessively difficult to handle, but it is not a boat designed for beginners. Its smaller sister, the 420, is a stepping stone to the 470.
The 470 is a World Sailing International Class and has been an Olympic class since the 1976 games.

Technical data:

  • Length: 470cm
  • Width: 168cm
  • Mast height: 678cm
  • Main sail: 7,0 m²
  • Jib: 2,8m²
  • Spinnaker: 9 m²
  • Hull weight: min 120kg

Cadet

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Cadet

The Cadet is a class of sailing dinghy designed to be sailed by two children up to the age of 17. It is a one-design class, originally designed by Jack Holt in 1947. Cadets are sailed worldwide in more than 40 countries. The boat is crewed by two people and sails with a Bermuda rigged mainsail, jib and spinnaker. The Cadet is the only recognized two persons youth-boat by World Sailing(formerly ISAF) as an International Competitive Youth Sailing Class since 1958. Over 10,000 Cadets have been built worldwide by registered licensed builders on four continents. The Cadet is sailed internationally throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. Originally made of wood, the majority of the international fleet is now constructed of fiberglass.

Technical data:

  • Length: 322cm
  • Width: 127cm
  • Mast height: 390cm
  • Main sail: 3,9 m²
  • Jib: 1,3 m²
  • Spinnaker: 4 m²
  • Weight: 54kg

Finn

Finn

The Finn dinghy is the men's single-handed, cat-rigged Olympic class for sailing. It was designed by Swedish canoe designer, Rickard Sarby, in 1949 for the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. Since the 1952 debut of the boat, the design has been in every summer Olympics, making it one of the most prolific Olympic sailboats as it is the longest serving dinghy in the Olympic Regatta. It currently fills the slot for the Heavyweight Dinghy at the Olympic games. It has been contended that the Finn is the most physical and tactical single hander sailboat in the world.

Technical data:

  • Length: 450cm
  • Width: 151cm
  • Mast length: 666cm
  • Mainsail area: 10,6m2
  • Hull weight: 107kg

L’Equipe

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L’Equipe

L’Equipe is a two person dinghy. It’s sign comes from a French sport magazine L’Equipe. Two person class for children between 10 and 15 years of age. The requirement of the monotype, concerns the majority of construction elements including the single fittings. This is one of the basic assumptions of the constructor, who in this way wanted to eliminate the fittings/accessories differences among children.
It is a very fast boat equipped with trapeze easily entering the glide with construction and sailing technique similar to the Olympic classes.
From the educational point of view, an important advantage of the class is the even division of roles and responsibilities between the crewman and helmsman.

Technical data:

  • Length: 390cm
  • Width: 145cm
  • Weight: 79kg
  • Main sail:
  • 4,5m²Jib: 2,2
  • m²Spinnaker: 6m²