President’s Report Building attendance at Hobie regattas isn’t rocket science

Building attendance at Hobie regattas isn’t rocket science Building attendance at our regattas is something everyone is interested in and it’s something we all need to support. Good attendance doesn’t happen on it’s own, it takes effort and we all need to do our part. Frankly we have gotten a little lazy and it’s showing….

The Largest Hobie Regatta in North America

Fleet 204 from Syracuse, NY has a long reputation for running large and fun regattas on their local lake. In 1976, they started the “Madcatter” regatta and had 14 attendees. Some years later they added a preceding event – a tune up event called the “Madhatter”.

IHCA Rules Committee submits three proposals for discussion

The IHCA Rules Committee wishes to put the following rules out for comment. Comments to be sent to rules@hobieclass.com with copy to david.brookes@hobieclass.com. Please state your full name and the Hobie® Association/Fleet you are a paid up member of when making your comment. Deadline: June 18, 2016. The proposed changes are supposed to go into…

Executive Directors January 2016 Report

2016 for the Hobie® sailors looks to be another wonderful year. For the Hobie 16 sailors the pinnacle of sailing, a world championships has been announced. It was decided to give the sailors what they were asking for, a quality Hobie 16 World Championships. A 5 star resort, breakfast and lunch included, an enclosed safe…

2016 Hobie® 17 North America Championships

Carlyle Lake Sailing Association will host the 2016 Hobie 17 North American Championships Racing will be on Carlyle Lake, Illinois 22-26 August 2016. There are many hotels to choose from in Carlyle which is about 10 miles from the sailing venue. There is camping at Hazlet State Park about half a mile away. Hazlet State…

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