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Change to Hobie Cat 20 mainsheet ruling has been accepted.

Dear class members, We have received a proposal from Hobie Class Association North America (HCANA)...

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Hill Country Regatta hosted by Fleet 64

Regatta Summary and Photographs provided by Gennifer and Levi Marconette On the weekend of April...

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Will your name be on the Hobie Alter Cup?

Join Hobie Fleet 23 for an Epic Weekend of Hobie Cat sailing May 23-26, 2024...

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Twist Toggle REMINDER – update

Responses and questions to our original post published March 23, 2024, revealed some uncertainty on...

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International Hobie Class News

Twist Toggle REMINDER

General Hobie Class Rule 15.2 says: Shrouds and forestays shall connect to the HOBIE CAT...

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Hobie 18 class rule changes have been accepted.

Dear class members, The process started last year and is related to the six proposed...

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Membership matters

The class reviews our finances and membership at the end of each year. Membership is...

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Hobie 18 Rule Change questionnaire – round 2 result

Dear class members, Following our first round of the Hobie 18 Rule Change questionnaire posted...

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International Hobie Class News

Hobie 18 Proposed Rules updated

Date:             Middelfart, DENMARK, January 29, 2024 To:                 Hobie Class Members From:             IHCA Rules Committee...

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From the International Hobie Class Association

President's Report

Sometimes you have to do the drive!

As a rule, we go to the Hobie 16 North American championships every year, regardless of where they are held. Other than 2022 (when we were in Spain for the worlds), we haven’t missed a North American Championships in a really long time. This year’s event was held in Alameda,...

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Executive Director's Report

The world may change but the Hobie fun will always be there

COVID-19 has put many countries into isolation this virus has caused the cancellation or postponement of many Hobie events. On the positive it has kept many sailors home to do the much need maintenance on their boats. Contacting many of the Hobie sailors around the world it is encouraging to...

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