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*THE GUERNSEY YACHT CLUB are planning to host the Hobie Tiger & Wildcat Nationals on their Guernsey Regatta weekend the 3rd and 4th Sept. Benn Garnham called and said they were very excited about the event which follows the Hobie C.I. Champs (25th Anniversary) in Jersey and the week after the event is the Jersey Regatta, so it’s going to be a fantastic 3 consecutive  weekends of major Championship and Regatta racing for the Fleet.

*THE OTHER GOOD NEWS from Benn is the Club are allowing small Cats back racing in the Carey Olsen Inter-Island race from Guernsey next year, beginning of July. Hobies used to race this event in years gone by, but were prevented for safety reasons in more recent years. Alex is really excited that the ruling has changed and has fond memories of the event, where one year he sailed his H16 from St. Ouen’s bay (in convoy) to Guernsey single handed trapezing in a force 3 to 4, as his crew had to fly over later, ready for the race back the next day.

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While most of the catsailing in Holland takes place on the North Sea coast, the Dutch Dragoon Cup is hosted by the Cat Club Zeeland on the Veerse Meer (Veere Lake). The water is shallow and relatively protected so conditions are fairly well each year. The event is open to Hobie Dragoons and C3 (on handicap). This year 35 (!) youth teams from Holland and Belgium among them 21 Hobie Dragoon teams, fought a fierce battle over 2 days, October 10 & 11. 


The Dutch Dragoon Cup is suited for less experienced youth as well ; CCZ arranges a certified trainer to coordinate the program of races and practices. Coaches were allowed to give feedback during racing as well. Weather was very good again this year, though a little bit cold. Saturday 2 races were sailed and after lunch a long distance race around the island in front of the club. The youngsters stayed at a camping farm close to the club where the volunteers of CCZ arranged a meal and at night a fun program lead to very enthusiastic cross-club teams competing in a quiz. 

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Rule stuff Q & A

2015 Hobie MultiWorlds & Hobie 16 Europeans

Rule stuff Q & A


Q: What are the class membership requirements for the event?

A: All competitors must be paid-up members of a National/Regional Hobie Class Association or Hobie Fleet in good standing with the IHCA in accordance with the Class Rules of the International Hobie Class Association. Membership status will be subject to check for all competitors.


Q: What are the requirements for identification on sails?

A: National letters, class insignia and sail number shall be displayed on the mainsail. RRS Appendix G applies, however Hobie Cat classes do not need to have national letters in their spinnakers. Chartered and loaned boats are not required to have national letters in their mainsail. The same applies for the Hobie 16 Gold Fleet sails.


Q:  Is the Hobie 14 “Power ST” mainsail legal for the Worlds (class racing)?

A: No, the “Power ST” mainsail has never been approved by ISAF and IHCA as International Hobie Cat 14 class equipment.


Q:  As some competitors are also using their boats for F18 racing, what should be kept in mind?

A: Only Hobie Cat Co. sails, dagger boards, rudder blades, trampolines etc. are class legal. See for full details of the Class Rules.

If questions please let us know. See you on Lake Garda! J

Erik Olsen

IHCA Rules Committee Chair

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