The second Dragoon Cup has been successful held in Tahiti. With 14 teams taking to the water. Nine junior sailors and five open sailors took to the water under the watchful eye of their coach , Teiva Veronique. Teiva is the 2011 Pacific Games Gold Medallist in the Hobie 16. So the sailors had a lot […]
Hobie Cat Worldwide in conjunction with the International Hobie Class Association would like to advise all their sailors of the future World Championships schedule. 2016 Hobie 16 Worlds – China, 2017 Hobie 16 Europeans / Hobie 14 Worlds & Hobie Wild Cat Worlds – Europe 2018 Hobie 16 Worlds – Europe 2019 Hobie 14 Worlds […]
A fleet of 18 Hobie 14s lined up for the first H14 Nationals in 17 years. The competitors ranged from Hobie “Die Hards” sailing boats that cost from $0 – $1000, borrowed boats through to brand new boats.
The European Hobie Class has produced a calendar of Hobie racing for 2016. Designed to help sailors maximise their time to attend as many Hobie events as possible. The two highlights for 2016 are the: 21st Hobie World Championships 29th May to 13 June Shenzhen Hobie Cat Multieuropeans 22nd to 30th July Lake Neusiedl Calendar […]
Day 1 After two days of registration and welcome party the 2015 Hobie® Australian Hobie Championships the racing got underway. The strong southerly breeze that battered the recent Sydney to Hobart fleet had dropped to perfect 8-12 knots.
Hobie Cat® Worldwide and the International Hobie Class Association are pleased to announce that the 21st Hobie 16 World Championships will take place in 2016, at the idyllic location of Dapeng, Longgang, which is set among the scenic mountains of the Dapeng District of Shenzhen in southern China.
With less than a week to go before the first warm-up regatta, competitors in the 2015 Hobie Cat 14 and Hobie Cat 16 Brasilian National Championship regatta have started to arrive in Porto Belo, Santa Catarina. The first sailor to arrive was Mario Dubeux, with his crew Nirvana. Mario also brought Graziela, who will start […]
Damrongsak and Kitsada Vongtim from Thailand won the Vistra Hobie Asian Championship 2015 in a convincing fashion. In some excellent sailing they managed to win all but 1 of their races. The Vongtim brothers have won the Hobie Asian Championships many times over the years.
With the Hobie 14 & 16 Brazilian Championships 31 October to 7 November at Porto Belo, Santa Catarina. Already over 60 boats have been entered and the officials are predicting over 70 boats to register and compete.
Porto Belo is located in the Southern part of Brazil in the state of Santa Catarina. With well known excellent sailing conditions and tourist facilities the Brazilan Hobie class have chosen an great location for their Hobie National Championships.