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        StatementWard, Lock & Co., Limited
        PublishersWard, Lock & Co., Limited
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1954
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 55 p. :
        Number of Pages67
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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        The Modern Trend in Racing Yachts by H. E. Whitaker Restricted, One-Design and Handicap Classes by H. E. Whitaker The Effect of a Rating Rule on Handicap Classes: The R.O.R.C.and C.C.A. Rulesby Captain John H. Illingworth Modern Ocean Racers : How the Rule has Shaped the Ships by Captain John H. Illingworth The Development of the Royal Yachting Association and The International Yacht Racing Union by G Sambrooke Sturgess The Development of Racing and Measurement Rules by G Sambrooke Sturgess The International Six and Five-and-a-Half Metre Clases by Hugh Somerville The International Dragon Class by J. M. F. Crean The National Swallow Class by P. V. MacKinnon The Flying Classes by Squadron Leader C. T. Nance The International Fourteen-Foot Dinghies by Ian Proctor The National Eighteen-Foot Restricted Class by Commander J. B. Burnell The National Swordfish Class by Ian Proctor The National Fourteen-Foot Merlin/Rocket Class by Ian Proctor, H. A. Howard & R. S. Steavenson The National Twelve-Foot Class by Ian Proctor The National Firefly Class by Ian Proctor The International Twelve Square Metre Class by W. J. Borthwick and G. F. Anderson The Yachting World Cadet by Group CaptainE. F. Haylock The British Moth Class by John Bluff Going Sailing?by H. E. Whitaker The Rules of the Gameby G. Sambrooke Sturgess Organizing the Successful Club : A Peep Behind the Scenesby H. E. Whitaker The Club on Show : Organizing the Open Meetingby H. E. Whitaker R. Y. A. Guide on Arrangements for Principal Dinghy Events List of Owners Associations Index

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from the original on 4 April 2021. It is composed of multiple yachts, in direct competition, racing around a course marked by or other fixed navigational devices or racing longer distances across open water from point-to-point. However, her unusual double-headsail rig was later adopted by the rest of the Js.

The Finn — One Person Dinghy is sailing's oldest event. — originally the Cape to Rio, it was established in 1971 with over 50 original entries. Whatever level you wish to be involved there are people who will share your passion and commitment. The rule was periodically updated to keep the class at the forefront of technical development, whilst at the same time honouring its extraordinary heritage.

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from the original on 5 April 2021. — started in 1906 the race runs from toa small archipelago approximately 640 miles off. The race is held every 4 years but has become an amateur race in the early 21st century.

For combined championships such as Worlds and nationalsonly the UK boats are counted. One design yacht racing is conducted with classes of similar boats, all built—often via mass-production—to the same design, with the same sail area and rig, and the same number of crew, so that crew ability and tactical expertise are more likely to decide a race than boat type, or age, or even weather.