Added by Brad Ruetenik on December 17, 2014 at 7:03pm — No Comments
Terry That is the greatest photo ever! anyone that wants to get into the class,
send them this pic' and remind them that your still attached to the boat!Continue
Hello All! I am an "OLD CODGER" who has been sailing since age 7. I have owned and raced many fun and exciting dinghy classes. 420, Laser, Flying Dutchman, International Tornado Cat, to name a few. However, it is at this late juncture in my life that i happened upon the International 14! I feel like a kid!!! I was fortunate enough to buy an older, 1995, boat. K-1210. Its definitely a pre-1996 rule change boat. It seems to be strong though. The mast is the shorter (25' heel to tip)…Continue
Well, here it is, the newly created 2018 worlds web page. Check it out, our proposal to host the 2018 worlds at RYC is on there now!
Hi all, I have shirts left over from this years Nationals at RYC. There are about a dozen XL’s and a dozen 2XL’s.
$10 a shirt includes shipping. Drop me a line with an address included if you want one, or two, or what ever.
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Day 3 Writeup from Andy:
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by Joe Bersch
20 boats sailed in the Pacific Rim Championships hosted by Kaneohe Yacht Club and sponsored by Horizon Container Lines, EcoFlag and West Marine. The competition, camaraderie and sailing conditions were some of the finest experienced in recent history. The hospitality of the club and the generously poured and consumed Mai Tais were as always fantastic. Most of the out of towners experienced two fabulous days of practice before the regatta in winds of…Continue
Added by Kirk Twardowski on May 3, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
and some pics:
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By Stephen Shumaker
The West Coast Championship, sailed in San Diego's South bay March 14-16, is the highlight of the regularly scheduled west coast regattas. This year was one of the best in recent years. The days were sunny, the water sort of warm (well, not cold) and the…Continue
on the 3rd through to the 17th of January 2015. Australia is once again expecting 100 plus fourteens to take…Continue
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Here are various formats of the 2014 schedule:
Word DOC: …Continue
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The International 14 ft. dinghy class held it's World Championships out of The Royal Canadian Yacht Club (RCYC) Sept. 7-21 on Toronto Harbor and Lake Ontario. The Team racing was held on Sep. 9-10 on Toronto harbor with the Toronto skyline as an immediate backdrop. The four on…Continue
I hate to use this as a medium to find a boat but haven't had luck anywhere else. Im from Houston Texas and have been sailing my entire life. The viper 640 caught on in force a couple of years ago and everyone loved the speed it offered. With that being said, people are beginning to grow accustom to the speed and thrills of the boat and are now getting bored. I have sailed an I14 a couple of times when racing lasers in New Zealand and Australia and absolutely loved…Continue
The 2013 West Coast Championship was held March 15-17 in conjunction with the San Diego NOOD regatta. The fleet sailed out of Navy Yacht Club, which is only 10 minutes from the starting area in the broad, smooth, un-trafficked waters of South San Diego Bay.
Thursday March 14: Many boats arrived this day to get set up, practice, and/or get measured by US Class Measurer Warren McArthur. It was good to see Warren back with the fleet after he was rear-ended last year on his way to the…Continue