Serving our youth with emphasis on Safety, Fun, Skill and Camaraderie.
The fast, planing hull of the O’pen Bic gives the
dynamic sailing experience of a true dinghy that heels. Being at the helm of this powerful machine gives you the same level of excitement
normally experienced on a boat for adults. Based on the 60-foot Open design, including a totally open self draining stern, even capsizing is fun! Young sailors are fully independent on the water and will be proud to sail such a modern-looking and elegant boat; one that sails and looks like the boat of today’s champions and is excellent for youth training.
This video of the O’pen Bic at high speed is a must see!
(Turn up your speakers. These sound tracks are good.)
O’pen Bic Specifications:
Width (Beam) 1.14m/3,7ft
Weight 45kg/99lb (hull only)
Hull technology Thermoformed polyethylene
Ideal user weight 65 kg/143lb
Max. possible weight 90kg/198lb
Daggerboard and rudder blade Technology Composite Epoxy
Sail K.Film – Polyester; 4 with adjustable tension Adjustable head
Mast 3.90m/12.8ft (2-part mast); Fibreglass – Epoxy; IMCS 16; 2.1kgs/4.6lb
Boom 2.00m/6.6ft; Aluminium
Flying Junior (FJ)
Sail Area: 100 sq. ft.
Hull Weight: 210 lb
Capacity: 2 people
Skill Level: Beginner-Advanced
Race Level: Club-National
Optimal Crew Weight: 280 lb
The Flying Junior is the boat of choice for numerous high school and university sailing teams. Light, tough, and an agile performer, it has large comfortable buoyancy tanks to ensure that it is both self rescuing and safe. The FJ is a fantastic choice for clubs, high schools, and colleges looking to introduce young sailors to double-handed sailing.
Length: 13.78 ft.
Beam: 4.56 ft.
Draft: 2.62 ft.
Sail Area: 75.99 sq. ft.
Hull Weight: 130 lb.
Capacity: 1–2 people
Skill Level: Beginner–Expert
Race Level: Club–Olympic
Optimal Crew Wt: 160-190 lbs.
Every Laser in the world is identical. Strict one-design class rules ensure this remains true, making it the sailor that wins the race, not the boat. The Laser is a challenging boat that rewards athleticism, subtle steering and trimming techniques, as well as tactical excellence. It is a singlehanded Olympic class boat, also sailed at club, national and international levels.
Laser sailing is an investment in skills that will last a lifetime; skills that apply to any boat. Laser sailors have access to a community of sailors from around the world who love to race.