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David Brookes

Hobie Wave Rule 6.10 – interpretation statement

The Rules Committee has received questions on the interpretation of Hobie Wave Rule 6.10: A line or shock cord line may through a single block be attached to the bridle and run to a cleat of any design on the front crossbar to adjust mast rake. The mechanical purchase shall not exceed 2:1. There can […]

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Hobie® 16 Youth World Championships entry fee reduction

To incentivise more participants in the Hobie 16 Youth World event the entry fee to 22nd Hobie 16 Youth World Championships at Captiva Island Florida has been reduced from USD$590 to USD$400. Due to the generous support from Hobie Cat Company, for a limited time, the youth entry fee has been reduced until the 31st […]

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IHCA Class Rules updated

The IHCA Class Rules have been updated by the Rules Committee.  This was done after consulting the class members who agreed with the changes. The updated rule Book can be found at our web site

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51st North American Hobie 14 Championships

The 51st Hobie Cat 14 North American Championship is hosted by Clearwater Community Sailing and Clearwater Yacht Club – March 26-28, 2019.This venue offers two options for sailing. The course can be set in the Gulf of Mexico or in the inland waterway which is a narrow bay. Twenty-five sailors from North America attended, with […]

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A message from the HCA-NA Chairman

Hello all.. I hope 2019 is finding you well. I see some of you are freezing while some of us (FL) are sweating, LOL As you can imagine there is a lot going on in the hobie world! Specifically the H16 Worlds as registration has opened up for the opens, and the sailors who have […]

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