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The IHCA welcomes you to 2021

The IHCA welcomes all the sailors into the New Year with a video presentation featuring Rich McVeigh (President of the IHCA) , David Brookes (Executive Director of the IHCA), Michel Corigliano ( Hobie Cat Europe and Steve Fields (Hobie Cat Company) . See all the latest news from the video.    

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IHCA Class Rules Updated for 2021

The International Hobie Class Rules have been updated to align themselves with the updated 2021-2024 Racing Rules of Sailing. The Class Rules requirements remained unchanged. The IHCA Rules Committee wishes to draw to your attention two updated Racing Rules of Sailing that shall come into effect with the 2021-2024 RRS. 1st January 2021 RRS 50.1 […]

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Talking Hobies Episode 7 Boat Upgrades

Talking Hobie’s Episode 7 will feature upgrades to the boats new and old. Join us in this discussion and add your questions and comments. Dec 15, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada) Register on the link below https://us02web.zoom.us/…/301…/WN_IzYXsrOQTNaBNRHlFcRdAQ

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Talking Hobies episode 6; ‘Talking Hobie Sails’

IHCA President Rich McVeigh and Hobie Dealer Rob Jerry talk about the evolution of the Hobie sails.  Also about maintenance and care to your Hobie sail. During the episode the team, spoke about sail colours over the years. The links are: Hobie sail colours H 17 H 20 1982 Sail colour range       […]

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Talking Hobies Episode 6

Talking Hobie’s episode 6 will feature a round table discussion of Hobie sailing around the world. Panelists from different regions will share Hobie sailing information from around the world. This will be an opportunity to hear how Hobie sailing is done in many different regions. Participants are encouraged to submit questions. You are invited to […]

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Clarifying note on the use of mast floats/bobs

The Rules Committee has recently received a question about the rules related to the use of mast floats/bobs. As the matter is not equally clear spelled out for all classes, the Rules Committee would like to state the following:   For the Hobie Wave class a mast float is mandatory i.a.w. the Wave Class Rules. […]

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