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Thanks,

This makes things more dificult. I am trying to find a class sailed one up that has strong competition and holds world titles, is recognized in major mulltihull regattas and will hold up to all conditions from the light flat days to the days when its hard to see the boats around you.

Is there anyone out there that knows of such a boat?

Is an A-Class any good?

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hi Sam,

Don't confuse "world titles", with " championships".

Any class can hold a " championship", and it only affects the class concerned because it is only the "class championship".

"A class" are really good, if you pay really big bikkies.

The old days of building your own "one off" boat are long gone in that class

pete smile.gif

PS.I have to edit this post. To be correct, classes, not affiliated to ISAF, cannot hold "world" championships, but only "nationals", sorry for the mis information .

pete redface.gif

[This message has been edited by xmatelot (edited 26 April 2007).]

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