An introduction to our fleet:

  • C-Lark 14:
    • “The C-Lark 14 is a small and fast racing dinghy designed and first produced in the mid-1960s. They were manufactured by the Clark Boat Company of Seattle (the same company that produced the popular San Juan sailboats) and were meant to be Bob Clark’s version of the international 14.” –Wikipedia
    • Crew: 2-4
  • Vanguard 15:
    • “The Vanguard 15 is a popular one design racing dinghy designed by Bob Ames. It is a double-handed (two person) monohull sailboat with a sloop rig (one headsail one main sail). Ideally the combined weight of the crew is between 270 lb (120 kg) and 340 lb (150 kg) and both members hike off the boat to keep it flat. Its design allows it to plane while sailing upwind in 12 knots (22 km/h) of breeze or more. Another of the design features of the boat is to be self bailing or self rescuing meaning that if the shallow cockpit of the boat takes on water, large drains in the stern of the boat will allow the water to drain via gravity and with no effort by the crew or need for the boat to be moving to drain.” –Wikipedia
    • Crew: 2
  • Laser
    • “The International Laser Class sailboat, also called Laser Standard and the Laser One is a popular one-design class of small sailing dinghy. According to the Laser Class Rules the boat may be sailed by either one or two people, though it is rarely sailed by two. The design, by Bruce Kirby, emphasizes simplicity and performance. The dinghy is manufactured by independent companies in different parts of the world, including LaserPerformance Europe (Americas and Europe), Performance Sailcraft Australia (Oceania) and Performance Sailcraft Japan.” –Wikipedia
    • Crew: 1-2
  • El Toro
    • “The El Toro is a one-design class of sailing dinghy. The El Toro is quite small—approximately 8 feet (2.44 ) long—and very simple to sail.” –Wikipedia
    • Crew: 1
  • Kayak
    • Plastic sea kayak, open-top
    • Crew: 1
  • Rowboat
    •  Aluminum rowboat
    • Crew: 1-3

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