Day 1 Competitors were greeted with breezy conditions, warm temperatures and sun as they rigged their boats for day one of the Hobie 16 and Hobie 20 North American Championships but it was “not to be”. Shortly after racing started the breeze moderated resulting in a shifty up and down condition with large shifts and […]
Valle de Bravo is an artificial dam created in 1947, located 156 km, southeast of the City of Mexico. It has a surface of 2,900 hectares, making it the ideal location in Mexico, for the practice of water sports, specially sailing.
The 2017 best French Hobie event took place last week-end at Châtelaillon-Plage. It was a really great moment, thanks to the host club which was totally involved in the organization of a Hobie spirit event. Moreover, for the occasion, Hobie Cat Europe put at a team disposal a Wild Cat (a selection made in Toulon […]
Detlef Mohr / Karen Wichardt win the first event of the Super Sail Tour in Grömitz 76 boats in the Hobie 16, Hobie 14 and O’pen Bic met for the start of the Super Sail Tour 2017 in Grömitz. The Super Sail Tour, which took place this year for the 10th time in Grömitz, attracted […]
Last year was the 40th anniversary of the Fleet 204’s Madcatter regatta. The fleet pulled out all the stops, promoted the event heavily and over 100 Hobie Cat’s showed up making it by far the biggest Hobie regatta in North America.
This year, the French Championships takes place in Châtelaillon-Plage (in the South-West of France), from the 3rd to the 5th of June. The host club and the local Hobie dealer plan a concert, the annual Hobie family meals, a diner with high-quality regional specialities, friendly atmosphere all the week-end…and demos of Hobie accessories and sup. […]
The fleet of 16 Hobie 17 catamarans completed their fourth and final set of races on Sunday at the 2017 U.S. Multihull Championship, hosted by Ocean Springs Yacht Club on Biloxi Bay. Phil Collins (Piedmont, Okla.) bolstered his Hobie 17 racing resume with another win in the class.
The Hobie Tiger South African Championships 2017 concluded after 4 days of intense sailing on the beautiful waters of Langebaan Lagoon. Know by many Hobie sailors around the world for past world events such as the Hobie 16 Worlds in 1991 and the Tiger Worlds in 2008.
2017 Fiji Hobie Challenge & Oceania will start and finish at Mana Island. Mana Island is 32km West of Nadi and is situated on a 300 acre lush tropical paradise, amongst white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Mana and Island X are top notch, Island X is 5 star.
The organisers have now moved the 2017 North American Hobie Mini Mega to Sandy Hook Bay Catamaran Club in New Jersey. The home of Hobie Fleet 250. The dates remain the same August 2 – 12, 2017, 2017 Hobie ®Mini-Mega North American Championships to consist of Hobie Waves, Hobie 14, Hobie 16 Youth, Hobie Women, […]