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Carolina Yacht Club, (Wrightsville Beach, NC) will be hosting the 2018 World Championships October 3 through October 13, 2018

With 39 women Sunfish sailors from all over the country, the competition was challenging, exciting and even fun.

Gail Heausler dominated a talented field of 39 sailors to capture the 2016 Women’s NAs championship hosted by Menantic Yacht Club, Shelter Island, NY.

Ponce Yacht and Fishing Club (Ponce, PR) will be hosting the 2017 Sunfish South American & Caribbean Championship November 21 - 25, 2017

Brant Beach Yacht Club, (Brant Beach, NJ) will be hosting the 2017 World Championships August 24 through September 1, 2017

Don't miss the annual championship for sailors 40 and over.

After a nearly 10-year hiatus from the Sunfish Class, Eduardo Cordero is back and back on top with a dominating performance at the 2016 North Americans in Lewes Delaware

July 21, 2016 15th Annual Harkers Island Regatta Draws 51 Sunfish For Three-day Sailing Event And…they’re off! Not the boats, the crabs! The crowd cajoled and hooted around a ten-foot circle, each hoping their chosen crab would cross the finish line first. Thus began the racing on a historic island off the coast of central North Carolina.

Leading wire-to-wire, Callahan dominated a 32-boat fleet becoming the first woman to win the Wequaquet Lake Regatta in it's 53-year history.

The Pan American Committee confirmed the Sunfish will be the "Open Class," meaning men and women may compete singlehandedly together in 2019 in Lima, Peru.

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