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18ft Skiff

The ultimate three-man, winged & trapeze flying machine. Developed in Australia over the last two decades to what it is today, the 18ft Skiff now has a good UK circuit.

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The 18ft Skiff class has always been a passion for Hartas Productions
Posted on 15 Oct
18ft Skiff Spring Championship Race 1
The Noakesailing team come from behind over the final lap
Posted on 13 Oct
Livestreaming 18ft Skiff Racing on Sydney Harbour
Viewers around the world taken up close to the racing
Posted on 11 Oct
18ft Skiffs: New Noakes Blue Team
Noakes Blue becomes Sean Langman's latest team in the 18s
Posted on 7 Oct
Going really quickly in big boats
And then there were four - and they are pretty different too
Posted on 6 Oct
Australian 18 Footers League Season Preview
Spring Championship starts on 13th October
Posted on 27 Sep
18ft Skiffs at Calshot
Allspars Solent Grand Prix Series & European Grand Prix Series Finale
Posted on 26 Sep
Getting serious
As American Magic get their initial AC75 up and foiling first over the Defenders...
Posted on 22 Sep
Allspars 18ft Skiff Solent Grand Prix Series R4
The fleet assembled again on their now homely beach at Calshot Activity Centre
Posted on 28 Aug
Allspars 18ft Skiff Solent Grand Prix Series R3
Fleet into the groove for the season with some close racing
Posted on 13 May
Allspars 18ft Skiff Solent Grand Prix Series R2
Weather gods both kind and cruel to the U.K.
Posted on 27 Apr
Allspars 18ft Skiff Solent Grand Prix Series R1
Two days of great racing from Calshot
Posted on 5 Apr
Allspars sponsor 18ft Skiff Solent GP Series
UK 18ft Skiff fleet build on the success of the Calshot based 2018 events
Posted on 2 Apr
18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour 2019
Corinne Feldman crowned in traditional Sydney skiff season closer
Posted on 17 Mar
Buckland and McDiarmid reflect on JJ Giltinans
Seven times winner of the JJ's Andrew Buckland and Honda's David McDiarmid reflect on Kiwi dominance
Posted on 13 Mar
Honda Marine go back to back with a race to spare
Successful JJ Giltinan defence capped off with a win in the final race
Posted on 12 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship race 9
Honda Marine became the Winning Group 2019 JJ Giltinan champions
Posted on 10 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship race 8
A brilliant performance by ASCC team
Posted on 9 Mar
JJ Giltinan proving to be a regatta for the ages
In Sydney, New Zealand's defence of the JJ Giltinan Championship is progressing well
Posted on 8 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship races 6 & 7
ASCC and Honda Marine share the honours
Posted on 7 Mar
JJ Giltinan: C-Tech flies on Day 3
"We've never felt like that before. The boat just took off," Matt Coutts - C-Tech
Posted on 6 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship race 5
Wacky evening race after a long delay waiting for the wind
Posted on 6 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship races 3 & 4
Smeg team move clear into second place after strong performance today
Posted on 5 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship race 2
Another eventful day of racing on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 3 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Championship race 1
Defending champions off to a strong start on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 2 Mar
18ft Skiff JJ Giltinan Invitational Race
The Winning Group sponsors the championship
Posted on 1 Mar
Five nations to contest JJ Giltinan Championship
18ft Skiff action begins on Sydney Harbour 2nd March
Posted on 28 Feb
18ft Skiffs: A 'new' team of old mates
Setting their sights on the JJ Giltinan Championship
Posted on 25 Feb
18ft Skiff Club Championship overall
Asko Appliances team recover from capsize and take the trophy
Posted on 24 Feb
18ft Skiff Club Championship final this weekend
Can the Asko Appliances team add a 3rd title to their season record?
Posted on 22 Feb
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2019 18ft Skiff Europeans
© Hartas Productions
2019 18ft Skiff Europeans
© Hartas Productions
Appliancesonline caught in the wash of a passing ferry
© Frank Quealey
The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone leads Noakesailing on the final windward lap of the course
© Frank Quealey
The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone led for most of the race
© Frank Quealey
Some of the fleet on the windward leg to Rose Bay
© Frank Quealey
Vintec is the centre of attention for the livetsreaming video team on Sydney Harbour
© Frank Quealey
Tom Anderson and his team on Birkenhead Point Marina
© Frank Quealey
Winning Group leads Rag and Famish Hotel to the bottom mark
© Frank Quealey
Yandoo finished strongly to finish fourth
© Frank Quealey
Defending champion Rag and Famish Hotel prepares to avoid a passing harbour ferry
© Frank Quealey
Sean Langman's Noakesailing grabs a late win in Race 1 of the Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Yvette Heritage send Noakes Blue downwind on the first lap of the course
© Frank Quealey
Only one boat-length separates the two leading teams on the spinnaker run to the finish
© Frank Quealey
Appliancesonline and Birkenhead Point Marina onn the run to the wing mark on lap one of the course
© Frank Quealey
Yandoo and Dal Zotto on the first windward leg of the race
© Frank Quealey
An image from the he drone during the 2018 Season
© Frank Quealey
On top of all the action
© Frank Quealey
Capturing every moment in every condition
© Frank Quealey
How close do you want to get to the action
© Frank Quealey
Close up to the downwind action at the JJs
© Frank Quealey
Bob Miller (Ben Lexen)'s Taipan
© Carl Ryves
Yvette Heritage
© Frank Quealey
Sean Langman and his Noakesailing team in a Southerly wind on Sydney Harbour in last season's club racing
© Frank Quealey
Ash Rooklyn drives Noakes Youth at top speed in Norht East wind on Sydney Harbour in 2016-2017 Season
© Frank Quealey
Yvette Heritage in action on ILVE at July's European Championship at Lake Garda
© Hartas Productions
Jacqui Bonnitcha drives her Noakes Youth skiff hard at the 2007 JJ Giltinan Championship on Sydney Harbour
© Frank Quealey
Sean Langman and his Noakesailing team in a Southerly wind on Sydney Harbour in last season's club racing
© Frank Quealey
The Oak Double Bay 'fly' between the islands during the 2018 Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Tom Anderson's Birkenhead Point Marina is a relatively new team to the fleet for the Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
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