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United States A-Class Catamaran Association

A-Class: The ""Editor"" Learning to Fly the Exploder

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Read the whole article at Catamaran Racing News and Design: A-Class: The ""Editor"" Learning to Fly the Exploder


Ronstan Midwinters Regatta Report and More (Yes - you need to register for the A-Cat North Americans)

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DSC 297931 A-cats made the trek to Key Largo, and was it ever a good decision to go. I did not hear a single complaint. Everyone loved the venue. The weather didn't cooperate Sunday but everything else was perfect. Special thanks to Ben Moon with sponsorship from Ronstan and Skip Kaub who hosted quite a few boats.

Some people are looking at buying property there. It is that good.

Take a look at the great report published on the International A-cat site and Catsailing News.
Great job Bruce and all the top 5 sailors, the Intergalactic winners (scored as the top finishers in the bottom half of the fleet - nice and simple) and great job Woody on the Nikita. Woody has either won, tied, or otherwise had the most bullets for every major event this year. The foilers are fast but so is the Nikita!

Sam Armington looked very quick on his home built boat in the breeze as well and several sailors turned in some great performances. Probably personal bests.

See you in Gulfport and get ALL OF YOUR friends to register for the A-cat North Americans today. No city that I know of has ever courted us the way Panama City is doing this year. They have raised more sponsorship money than we have ever seen before. Let's reciprocate and show what a great class we truly are. Please.



Foil of the Week on Sailing Anarchy

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Check out this great foiling article posted on Sailing Anarchy featuring OH Rodgers!


2015 NA Championships!

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Registration is now open for the 2015 A-Class Catamaran North American Championship, which will be hosted by St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club in Panama City, May 18 - 22, 2015, with an optional pre-regatta Coaching Clinic to take place May 16 -17. For more information or to register, go to


St. Pete NOODs !!

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The A-Class has been invited to do the St Pete NOODs again next month. This is a great regatta. I went last year and had a great time. We sailed out of Spa Beach in downtown St Pete and people watched the racing from the pier. Breeze was 8 to 15 and it was a lot of fun to sail with the VXs and Contenders. Can't wait for us to show off some foiling this year.

I am in. Bill Vining, Ken Marshack, Woody, Rush, Emmanuel, possibly Ben, and others are a go. With little planning we had about 10 boats last year and I think we could easily have more this time. Not only is the regatta a lot of fun, you come away with a ton of gifts and get to enjoy a reception every night with Mount Gay.

It's also a nice place to stop or leave the boat on the way to the Upper Keys in early March. I can help find storage for you if you need it between the two regattas.

Late fees start Jan 28 so the time to register is now.

Hope to see you there!


9th Annual Fall 2014 A-Class Catamaran Regatta

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Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club

9th Annual Fall 2014 A-Class Catamaran Regatta


lakehopatcongI want to give a quick shout out to all those attended last weekend’s 9th annual a-cat regatta at lake Hopatcong in NJ.  This year was a record in attendance with 40 boats that registered (37 actually sailed).  All the out of town sailors stayed with fleet members in beautiful lakefront homes and enjoyed spectacular blue skies and 75-78 degree days.  Those of you who attended the practice racing on Friday had a pretty good treat of good winds and lots of races.  We launched 14 races on Friday on a short 2 lap race course with a warm North breeze starting at 14mph with gusts to 17mph and settling into a steady 8-12MPH..  Everyone got plenty of starts, tacks, gybes, and mark roundings before heading back to the club to get started on the Keg.

We had two different photography groups out on the water this weekend as well.  Peter McGowen from US Sailing attended in hopes of assisting in an article about Lake Hopatcong and was taking photos of the scene on the water as well as off.  He has posted the photos online which can be viewed by looking at the link  We even got Peter on an A-Cat for race 3 and 4.  Wayne from OZ Sports was also on the other end of the course taking photos and we will soon be able to provide a link to those images as well.


2015 Ronstan A-Cat Midwinter Championships

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USACA is happy to announce the 2015 Ronstan A cat Midwinter Championships.

Online registration:

NOR will be posted soon.

Dates: March 6 – 8th  Practice on the afternoon of the 5th.

Location: Upper Keys Sailing Club.

Accommodation deals:


The BAYSIDE INN KEY LARGO is located just a few blocks from the sailing club, within walking distance. They are offering a discount for folks coming in to sail in UKSC regattas. Use the group code "UPPER". Rates differ depending on day/month.

Discounts are available at the Holiday Inn Key Largo, the Courtyard by Marriott and Marina Del Mar. Mention the Upper Keys Sailing Club (not the regatta name) to get your discount!

The PELICAN also offers a discount for sailors attending UKSC regattas, give them a call and see what's available!

The KEY LIME SAILING CLUB is owned by a club member and is within sailing distance (if not walking distance) of the club!


2014 Atlantic Coast High Point Results

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Sailwave results for Atlantic Coast A Class High Point 2014 at Atlantic Coast Regattas 2014

Atlantic Coast A Class High Point 2014

Atlantic Coast Regattas


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