Most popular single hander of all time. Sailed with 3 rigs standard, radial and 4.7 to deal with different weights. Suitable for near beginner to Olympic level sailor. One of the strongest fleets at the club. Contact: Damon Westwood email@example.com
2 man sitting out dinghy. The Laser 2000 is a great family boat, designed to be sailed with a variety of crew ability. The Laser 2000 gives superb performance whilst staying manageable for less experienced sailors, its popularity has grown tremendously over the last few years, sailing schools and clubs like the boat for its simplicity and “easy to sail” design. It has an asymmetric kite which provides excitement downwind. There are a good number of 2000s at the club and the fleet is getting keener. Contact: Simon Morley mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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The dinghy fleet covers all those sailing boats where there is not yet a fleet. Many dinghy sailors fall into this category – there is still plenty to do! Every Sunday there is club racing that all dinghies can join in.
19ft keelboat with distinctive tan sails. Sturdy boat, raced by male and female crews of all ages very enthusiastic class races on Saturday as well as Thursdays moored/dry sailed Contact: Peter Dale email@example.com
With 15 boats Rutland Water has the biggest fleet of these popular racing cruisers
The various keelboats race as a handicap “keelboat racing fleet” on Saturday afternoons with a briefing at noon and the first race at 13:00.
For cruisers other than Formula 1s, contact: Tony Goddard firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently race on the SCHRS small cat handicap system, primarily on windward/leeward courses. Contact: Tim Woolford email@example.com
Optimists, Toppers, Picos, RS Fevas, Laser 4.7s/ Radials/ Standards and 29ers. Contact Fiona Tylecote for further information.