Category: News

  • Action in Aarhus

    Action in Aarhus

    This years 18ft Skiff Grand Pri was closed with spectacular sailing in Aarhus Denmark. It is one of the best sailing spots. The beginning of September brought great Skiff conditions with three days of #2 rigg sailing. 12-25 kn got everyone jumping over the ocean swell. Results: The overall GP win of 2022 was taken […]

  • European championships

    European championships

    Successful European championships at Circolo Vela Arco, Lago di Garda This year’s European championships were a lot of fun, with high quality racing and a tight fleet. Lago di Garda promised sunshine and good wind, and it delivered five superb racing days in beautiful conditions with 15-25 kn.

  • Europeans coming up

    Europeans coming up

    Dear 18 ft skiff friends, The Mark Foy and European Championship will take place from 18th to 22nd July in Arco on Lake Garda. The entry can soon be made à I will updated you as soon as you can register: https://www.circolovelaarco.it/ 4 Aussie boat will attend – the boats will arrive in the beginning of July……. As usual will […]

  • Summer sailing in Hungary

    The 18s are back at Balatonflörvar in Hungary for some picturesque sailing. Balaon promised nice No1 rigg wind and that’s what the sailors got. The first and second days were quite tricky with just enough wind to sail races. The thrid day featured 12 kn at 28° C with three of the fleet racing really […]

  • New look for the 18s online

    New look for the 18s online

    Welcome to our new website. We are really excited to be starting into Season 2022 with a fresh look with all the news, events, Buy and Sell, media, and history that make 18ft Skiff sailing even better. See you out on the water!

  • What a start of the season – Diessen 18ft Regatta

    What a start of the season – Diessen 18ft Regatta

    The first European regatta of the season is the Christian Fries Gedächtnispreis. The 9 boats were racing in light winds in very tactical conditions and finished 10 races. It couldn’t have been any better in these light winds.