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BREAKING NEWS March 10, 2023

3/11/2023 3:46 pm.

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New ISCA Sails, Spars and Masts? Rule Changes from World Sailing (March 10, 2023)


World Sailing has approved emergency rule changes that permit ISCA to arrange for North racing sails along with Selden mast, upper and lower spars to be purchased directly from ISCA-designated dealers. These parts are additional legal parts to the parts supplied by LP.      These parts are specifically legal for all 2023 world-qualifying events, Pan Am qualifying events and trials, the European Championship, Pan Am Games and the World Championships. However, for the World Championships, we expect Laser Performance (LP) to supply charter boats and parts as they have done in the past.      We will be working with World Sailing and LP throughout the year to have these and other parts permanently available. Most importantly, any of these parts purchased now will be legal forever.      Race Sails: The North race sail is still the standard racing cut sail developed by Hans Fogh in 1986. The Class has used this sail since 1990 and, until recently, it has been available from LP. These sails have an ISCA logo on the sail instead of the Sunfish logo. Please note that we are still ISCA. The Class name is not changing.

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     All the spars and masts are from Selden. They are the same mast and spars that LP was using up until 2021. The lower spars will be sold with Racelite blocks.      World Sailing was able to expedite this emergency rule change because these parts are the same parts that were previously provided with Class legal Sunfish sailboats. This made it much easier for the Class to get an emergency approval for these parts. Currently, these are the only parts that we included in the emergency rule change.      World Sailing is placing the Class under review this year and is requiring the Class to sign a new World Sailing agreement before year-end. This is something the Class has been trying to update since 2016.      North Sails and Selden will only be distributing these parts through Class-designated dealers. Please do not contact North Sails or Selden directly. To purchase sails, masts and spars, you can get a list of ISCA-designated dealers by contacting the Sunfish Class office at [email protected] or (404) 451-7743.

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Date: June 8, 2023 – June 11, 2023

Location: Island Bay Yacht Club Springfield, Illinois

  • George D. O’Day Trophy
  • Peter J. Barrett Sportsmanship Award
  • Helen Hanley Trophy

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Men’s division- george d. o’day trophy.

  • 2023 – Connor Blouin – Mount Pleasant, NC
  • 2022 – Leo Boucher – West River, MD
  • 2021 – Robert Hallawell – Jensen Beach, FL
  • 2018 – Malcolm Lamphere – Lake Forest, IL
  • 2017  – Marek Zaleski – Norwalk, CT
  • 2016  – Henry Marshall – Auburndale, MA
  • 2015   – Clay Johnson – Point Pleasant, NJ
  • 2014 – Charles Buckingham – Newport Beach, CA
  • 2013  – Clay Johnson – Point Pleasant, NJ
  • 2012 – Clay Johnson – Point Pleasant, NJ
  • 2011 – Frederick Vranizan – Shoreline, WA
  • 2010 – Fred Strammer – Nokomis, FL
  • 2009 – Kyle Rogachenko – Collegeville, PA
  • 2008 – Paul Foerster – Heath, TX
  • 2007 – Kyle Rogachenko – Collegeville, PA
  • 2006 – Mitch Hall – Seminole, FL
  • 2005 – Kevin Taugher – Huntington Beach, CA
  • 2004  – Steve Kirkpatrick – Portsmouth RI
  • 2003  – Andrew Campbell – San Diego, CA
  • 2002  – David Wright- Intercollegiate
  • 2001 – Clay Bischoff – Coral Gables, FL
  • 2000 – Chris Raab – Gardena, CA
  • 1999 – Mattia D’Errico – San Antonio, TX
  • 1998 – Paul Zambriski – Redondo Beach, CA
  • 1997 – Brad Funk – Harbor Bluff, FL
  • 1996 – Senet Bischoff – Coral Gables, FL
  • 1995 – Matt McQueen, Danville, CA
  • 1994 – John Myrdal – Kailua, HI
  • 1993 – Peter Hurley – Mantoloking, NJ
  • 1992 – Brett Davis – Largo, FL
  • 1991 – Brigham North – Dallas, TX
  • 1990 – Morgan Larson – Capitola, CA
  • 1989 – Charles Pucciariello – Eastport, MD
  • 1988 – Matt Romberg – Austin, TX
  • 1987 – Andy Lovell – New Orleans, LA
  • 1986 – Mark Brink – Seattle, WA
  • 1985 – Brodie Cobb – Dallas, TX
  • 1984 – Brodie Cobb – Dallas, TX
  • 1983 – Bill Draheim – San Antonio, TX
  • 1982 – Tom Lihan – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • 1981 – Steve Lowery – Annapolis, MD
  • 1980 – Shawn Kempton – Ocean Gate, NJ
  • 1979 – Peter Commette – Bay Head, NJ
  • 1978 – Shawn Kempton – Ocean Gate, NJ
  • 1977 – David Chapin – Springfield, IL
  • 1976 – Jim Reynolds – Island Heights, NJ
  • 1975 – Roger Altreuter – Marblehead, MA
  • 1974 – Carl Buchan – Seattle, WA
  • 1973 – Jim Hahn – Annapolis, MD
  • 1972 – Craig Thomas – Seattle, WA
  • 1971 – Robert E. Doyle – Cambridge, MA
  • 1970 – Robert E. Doyle – Cambridge, MA
  • 1969 – Gordy Bowers, Jr. – Minnetonka, MN
  • 1968 – Gordy Bowers, Jr. – Minnetonka, MN
  • 1967 – Charles Barthrop – Kings Point, NY
  • 1966 – Norman D. Freeman – Ithaca, NY
  • 1965 – Colin Park – Vancouver, BC
  • 1964 – Robert Andre – San Diego, CA
  • 1963 – Henry Sprague – Newport Beach, CA
  • 1962 – Peter J. Barrett – Madison, WI

Sportsmanship Award – Peter J. Barrett Award

  • 2023 – Andre Patin – Forest Hills, NY
  • 2017 – Peter Edwards – Nevada City, CA
  • 2013 – Ravi Parent – Austin, TX
  • 2012 – Michael Bradley – Long Beach, CA
  • 2011 – Tracy Usher-Montara, CA
  • 2010 – Michael Matan- New York, NY (Laser) Callie Naughton – Marblehead, MA (Radial)
  • 2009 – Nicholas Cromwell- Bristol, RI
  • 2008 – Richard Chapman – Libertyville, IL
  • 2007 – Peter Seidenberg – Portsmouth, RI
  • 2006 – Ben Richardson – Gloucester, MA
  • 2005 – Vann Wilson – Long Beach, CA
  • 2004 – Ryan Minth – New York, NY
  • 2003 – Anna Tunnicliffe – Norfolk, VA
  • 2002 – Lindsay Hewitt

Women’s Division – Helen Hanley Trophy

  • 2023 – Elaine Parshall – Hartsville, NC
  • 2022 Katherine Doble – Pacific Palisades, CA
  • 2021 Hallie Schiffman – Sarasota, FL
  • 2018 Hanne Weaver – Seattle, WA
  • 2017 Hanne Weaver – Seattle, WA
  • 2016  Anna Weis – Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 2015  Christine Neville – Middletown, RI
  • 2014  Paige Railey – Clearwater, FL
  • 2013  Simone Staff – Los Angeles, CA
  • 2012  Allie Blecher – Santa Monica, CA
  • 2011  Christine Neville – Oakland, CA
  • 2010  Leonie Schuurmans – Houston, TX
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Island bay yacht club, international sunfish class association, u.s. singlehanded championships, united states sunfish class association north american championship, 2023 sunfish usa men and women pan american trials qualifier.

FINAL REPORT   Pan Am Sailor Selections for Trials

PHOTOS: photo credit Tina Powell

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Supplemental Information : Gender Policy and Eligibility Requirements are in place for the Sunfish Championships at Island Bay Yacht Club, Springfield, IL, June 8 – 11, 2023. Please note the eligibility requirements for the Pan Am Trials and Games ( The IOC Consensus Meeting on Sex Reassignment and Hyperandrogenism November 2015 ) must be met for both the trials and Games in order for a competitor to progress on wards from this event.

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Championship History

  • In 1962, friends of George D. O’Day dedicated a USYRU (now US Sailing) trophy in his name for a national singlehanded championship
  • O’Day was well known to sailors through his company manufacturing small boats, including a unique version of the Finn, as well as helmsman of the gold medal winning 5.5 Metre in 1960 at Naples, Italy
  • First sailed on Long Island Sound in the Finn Class, the championship was won by Peter J. Barrett who, if he had not lightly touched with his shoulder the rudder of a starboard tack boat he was ducking in the fifth race, which only he was aware of, would have won a Gold medal (rather than Silver) in the Finn at the 1964 Olympic Games
  • Initially sailed as a mixed event, in 2010, the decision was made to split the event, adding a separate event for women
  • In 2011, a trophy was awarded in honor of Helen Wills Hanley for the winner of the women’s division

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Sunfish Sail Dinghy Reborn

  • By Chad Gillis
  • Updated: April 27, 2021

The Sunfish. For thousands of sailors around the world, it’s an iconic name that conjures memories of beautiful beaches, colorful sails, whipping winds and a freedom that only comes from such a simple small craft. Many sailors have centered their love for the sport on a Sunfish—at summer camps in the lakes of the Midwest, along coastal stretches of both American coasts, and on pretty much any stretch of water between. First offered as a DIY wood kit in the 1950s, the Sunfish has been a staple of the recreational sailing and racing scenes for decades as a relatively inexpensive one‑design dinghy.

The ubiquitous and ­colorful singlehander has stood the test of time, but today it is at a performance crossroads. Technology has long surpassed the boat’s one-design ­limitations, and new generations of sailors are now drawn to modern dinghy classes with better equipment. But what if the Sunfish were reimagined with modern blades and a more efficient sail? There are several movements afoot to do just that, with innovations driven by Sunfish fanatics taking development matters into their own hands.

Leading one charge in the sail-development department is Kevin Farrar, of Farrar Sails in New London, Connecticut. He’s now manufacturing a ­non-class-legal Sunfish sail, one that he says is much faster than the triangular rag of yesteryear. The boom is also shorter on this rig, yet the sail area is increased by about 8 square feet.

“It’s clearly a significant change,” Farrar says. He’s been working his version of the Sunfish sail for several years. “The concept is to make something that’s going to make the boat appeal to 16-year-olds out there. This is a modern design, and it really works.”

His sails are getting faster too, generation by generation, as he makes tweaks that have also made the classic boat appear more modern. “Off the wind, [the latest generation is] radically faster than even what we were making in the second generation of sails,” Farrar says. “[The boats] are planing much faster. I’m not sure if they’re planing upwind quite yet, but it has taken [the Sunfish] a step beyond what the Laser is.”

Them might be fighting words. The Laser has long been the standard singlehanded dinghy, and it’s one of the most popular racing classes on the planet, but Farrar hopes his sail will help breathe new life into Sunfish sailing, perhaps even draw a new generation to what seems to be a declining class.

“It’s the basic lateen rig except that the sail area is 83 square feet, and the top of the sail is parallel to the waterline. You’re getting a lot more of the sail up and in better air,” Farrar says. “The boom has been shortened to about 10 feet.”

All equipment used in official Sunfish-class racing must have been offered by the builder at some point in the boat’s life cycle. And while the Sunfish’s modern blades are a big step up from the wooden blades of the early days, there’s still plenty of room for improvement. And that’s where Kent Misegades comes into the story. At his AeroSouth facilities, in Seven Lakes, North Carolina, he’s stamping out some pretty slick-looking foils for his Sunfish. He has a vertical rudder that has minimal weather helm, even in stronger winds. The current class-approved rudder is notorious for having strong weather helm when the wind pipes above 15 knots. Misegades says his rudder is better and faster (especially upwind), and it costs about the same as the Sunfish-class-supplied rudder. “I understand the one-design concept,” he says. “It’s an even playing field, so it really does come down to a comparison of skills. I understand it, but that, of course, kills innovation, so there are two sides to it.”

Misegades said he isn’t yet targeting the class ­association or asking racers to adopt his new daggerboard and ­rudder designs. He knows that most Sunfish owners don’t race, but no good sailor would ever argue against better handling. “I knew from the outset that any change of rules for the class is pretty involved, for good reason,” he says, “so, I never went about trying to convince the class to adopt them. We’ve never really gone to class ­racing, but something that’s intrigued me is there’s been discussion of a new rudder, and it’s opened their eyes to potentially get gear from a third party.”

Misegades says his ­rudder dramatically improves the Sunfish’s notorious weather helm, but he had other goals in mind during the design process. “The weather helm wasn’t my primary goal; it was mainly to reduce drag to improve pointing and speed,” he says. “I went through a lot of different plans; hundreds of iterations happened.

“It all comes down to the angle of the rudder, and in all angles, this rudder really is superior,” Misegades ­continues. “But there is one drawback to this vertical rudder in that it doesn’t scull. The Sunfish ­rudder does do that well.”

Misegades’ rudder is also prone to stalling during a tack if the helmsperson is not careful. “This vertical narrow rudder will whip the boat around, but it’s not nearly as ­effective as the standard rudder,” Misegades says.

AeroSouth’s foils are ­comparable in price to what class builders offer today. The wood-and-carbon version of the daggerboard is $350, which is less than the official class boar. AeroSouth’s rudder is $300.

The International Sunfish Class Association is likely to be slow in adopting this new gear, however. Perhaps for good reason. Larry Suter, who has raced Sunfish in seven different decades, has been pushing the class to set the stock rudder to 90 degrees. Doing so would be at least one step forward, he says. “If you go out in a Sunfish in 14 or 15 knots of wind, and if you feel the pull on the tiller and the pull on the mainsheet, it’s the same force,” Suter explains. “[The 90-degree rudder angle] really makes the boat a nice boat to sail. It doesn’t have the weather helm, and you don’t have to fight it.”

Lynne Randall, Florida Peninsula region representative for the Sunfish Class, is familiar with the new sails and blades being developed outside the manufacturer’s specs, and she is cognizant that the class association can’t simply change equipment every time a new piece of gear comes to market.

“It’s a really strong one-design group around here, so you have to keep the boat [setup in a way that’s] approved by the class,” Randall says. “These changes are interesting and fun, and some people are trying them out, but as far as one-design racing goes, you can’t do it.”

Randall says that the new gear will require investigation, testing, adopting and tweaking before it gets anywhere near approval under the class regulations. Drawing new sailors to an old class is an exciting idea, but so too is retaining the sailors who make up the bulk of the racing fleet

“Of course we want to grow the class, and it’s one of those things that evolves,” Randall says. “But if you want to sail ­recreationally, there are ways to try different things.”

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  • Sunfish U.S. Nationals 2023

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Sunfish International Masters Regatta :  A foggy day with 8-10 kt breeze and moderate chop greeted the fifty-one Master sailors on Pensacola Bay for their ten races.   David Loring, 77338, ( Charleston Community Sailing ) and Chris Carroll, 81614, ( Sarasota Sailing Squadron ) took the 1 and 2 positions overall .


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The 68 boat fleet enjoyed a range of conditions on Pensacola Bay for 3 days and eleven races, with  Jean Paul de Trazegnies, (3), Club de Regatas prevailing for the #1 position.  Eduardo  Cordero (96), Birmingham Sailing Club , finished #2 and Conner Blouin (4480), Charleston Yacht Club was #3.

Caterina Romero (7), Club de Regatas was the #1 woman finisher followed by Caroline Young (81940), David Island Yacht Club and Sabrina Hernandez (17) CIMA .

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Peru wins 2023 Sunfish World Champs

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Jean Paul De Trazegnies of Peru won his third Sunfish Worlds title at the 2023 Class World Championship on December 5-9 in Miami, FL. He finished with five points ahead of Jonathan Martinetti of Ecuador and with 10 fewer points than Conner Blouin (USA).

Amanda Callahan (USA) was the top female, finishing 14th overall, while Bernardo Fernandez of Ecuador was top youth, finishing 15th overall.

One hundred boats competed in the 12-race regatta, with the final race triggering a second throw-out which allowed De Trazegnies to discard a DNF when he had a breakdown on the first day.

The first day saw the most wind, with a strong northwesterly bringing gusts into the 20s. Each day saw the wind further right, with gusts typically up to 12 knots or a bit higher each day. Steep chop added a challenge upwind, but provided almost perfect surfing conditions offwind.

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    2023 Sunfish World Championship Event Boat Here's your chance to own a 2023 ISCA World Championship event Sunfish!Boats will be delivered to Fl.. $6,200.00 Sunfish Sail Boat, Blue Coaming (Splash- Rail) Please visit our CONFIGURE YOUR BOAT page for a full list of available options for you new Sunfish b.. $5,051.00 Showing 1 to 2 of 2 (1 Pages)

  13. Sunfish Sail Dinghy Reborn

    Updated: April 27, 2021 Sailmaker Kevin Farrar puts the finishing touches on one of his new sails, designed to fit the Sunfish's original spars. Ben Ellcome The Sunfish.

  14. Sunfish U.S. Nationals 2023

    March 27, 2023. Sunfish International Masters Regatta: A foggy day with 8-10 kt breeze and moderate chop greeted the fifty-one Master sailors on Pensacola Bay for their ten races. ... Hardy Peters from Eastcoast Sailboats will introduce this boat to the Pensacola audience on February 12, 2024 and to the world via the Sail Pensacola Youtube ...

  15. Sunfish Class versus LaserPerformance

    It was April 24, 2023 when the International Sunfish Class Association (ISCA) announced how the 2023 Sunfish World Championship in Ecuador had been cancelled. This action was a result of how LP ...

  16. Peru wins 2023 Sunfish World Champs >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

    Peru wins 2023 Sunfish World Champs. Published on December 9th, 2023. Jean Paul De Trazegnies of Peru won his third Sunfish Worlds title at the 2023 Class World Championship on December 5-9 in ...

  17. 2023 Sunfish North American Championship

    Boat Name: Sunfish: Michael Stratton Hueston Sailing Assoc. 54: 55 4664: Ruthy (USODAY) Sunfish: James Irwin West Michigan Sunfish Sailing : 55: 56 4822: ... 2023 Sunfish North American Championship Sub-Class Scoring - Final Results Race 1. Sail Number: Yacht Name: Yacht Design: Skipper/Crew: Yacht Club: Status: Rating: Finish Time:

  18. 2023 Sunfish North American Championship on Yacht Scoring

    Yacht Scoring is a web based regatta management, regatta administration and regatta scoring system that simplifies the task of competitor registration, event management, competitor and media communications while providing results in near-real time to competitors and the World following your event on the internet.

  19. PDF 2023 Sunfish Sailboat Races signature

    Sunfish Sailboat Races at Joe's Pond Sponsored by Caledonian Record Race Categories: Single and Doubles Schedule: Regular season races start at 1 pm sharp: • 25 June 2023 with rain date of 2 July 2023 • 23 July 2023 with rain date of 30 July 2023 Final race starts at 1 pm sharp

  20. Sol Sailing Session at Sailing World's 2023 Boat of the Year ...

    The Sol puts a new spin on the classic Sunfish-style sailing dinghy with a few upgrades and modificataions that give this venerable design a new look and feel. We take it for a spin during Sailing World Magazine's 2023 Boat of the Year tests.

  21. SunFish sailboats for sale by owner.

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