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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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Show news 18ft Skiff NSW Championship Race 3
Winning Group went into today's race on Sydney Harbour as a hot favourite
Posted today at 7:31 am
Winning Group setting the standard
18ft Skiff NSW Championship Race 3 taking place this Sunday
Posted on 6 Dec
18ft Skiff NSW Championship Race 2
The Winning Group team of John Winning Jr. take the win
Posted on 1 Dec
18ft Skiff NSW Championship continues on Sunday
Jack Macartney returns to the class after a two-year break
Posted on 29 Nov
18ft Skiff NSW Championship race 1
Last minute crew change brings JJ Giltinan Championship-winning team back together
Posted on 24 Nov
NSW 18ft Skiff Championship begins on Sunday
To date, early season racing has been confined to the League's Spring Championship
Posted on 22 Nov
18ft Skiff Spring Championship overall
Appliancesonline.com.au team wrap up the win
Posted on 17 Nov
Appliancesonline set for victory
In the 18ft Skiff Spring Championship
Posted on 15 Nov
18ft Skiff Spring Championship Race 5 & 6
Dominant performance by the Appliancesonline.com.au team
Posted on 10 Nov
Weekend warriors lead the Spring Championship
Series wide open with the consistent Appliancesonline.co.au team leading
Posted on 8 Nov
18ft Skiff Spring Championship Race 4
Smeg team survive an incredible day of survival racing
Posted on 3 Nov
18ft Skiffs: Sean Langman's wide world of sailing
Another wide-ranging program in the 2019-2020 Australian summer
Posted on 1 Nov
18ft Skiff Club Championship Race 1
One of the closest and best 18ft Skiff races seen for a few years
Posted on 27 Oct
Enthusiasm & determination make Jack a winner
Jack Sprague wanted to sail an 18ft Skiff each weekend on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 25 Oct
18ft Skiff Spring Championship Race 2
Another brilliant exhibition from the Noakesailing 18ft Skiff team
Posted on 20 Oct
The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone set for big season
Off to an impressive start in Sydney Harbour
Posted on 18 Oct
Latest high performance sailing film
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
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A battle of father and son as John Winning Jr's Winning Group leads John Winning's Yandoo down the long spinnaker run from Rose Bay to Kurraba Point - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Appliancesonline.com.au two-sail reaches with her bigger rig while the Winning Group drive their skiff hard with the samller Number2 rig - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines continues to impress with another third placing in today's Race 3 of the NSW Championship
© Frank Quealey
Smeg had early pace under her big Number1 rig - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Winning Group gains the upper hand over Shaw and Partners Financial Services with her smaller rig on the tight run - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The tech2 team are still to get the best from the brand new skiff, which was having only her second race - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Yandoo led the fleet for the first four legs of the course - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Ton Anderson's Birkenhead Point Marina leads Yvette Hrirage's Noakes Blue on the run to Kurraba Point - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Shaw and Partners Financial Services becomes airborne after hitting the wake of a passing power boat - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The charge of the leading group down the first spinnaker run between Shark Island and Clark Island - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Dal Zotto and Rag and Famish Hotel battle the ENE breeze - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
appliancesonline.com.au has been consistently in the top placins - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines and Smeg, two of the major challengers for the NSW Championship title
© Frank Quealey
Defending champion Shaw and Partners Financial Services team are hot on the tail of the Winning Group - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Rag and Famish Hotel is in fifth place going into Race 3 of the NSW Championship
© Frank Quealey
Jack Macartney's new tech2 skiff had her first race last Sunday but is sure to figure in the top placings by the end of the NSW Championship
© Frank Quealey
Only a few secs separated Winning Group and Finport Finance on a spinnaker run in an earlier NSW Championship race
© Frank Quealey
The Winning Group on her way to victory in Race 2 of the 18ft Skiff NSW Championship
© Frank Quealey
appliancesonline.com.au crosses Tech2 on the first lap spinnaker run - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Appliancesonline.com.au crosses Shaw and Partners just 400 metres from the finish line - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Smeg crosses The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines only 50 metres from the finish - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
James Dorron and his team prepare to make the final gybe to the finish line - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Shaw and Partners Financial Services had to be content with another second place behind Winning Group - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The Oak crew members show their delight in beating Smeg on the finish line - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Winning Group shows her speed under the smaller Number2 rig - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Smeg and The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines thread their way past slower traffic on the run in to the bottom mark off Clark Island - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
Yvette heritage and her Noakes Blue team produced a strong performance to take another top 10 finish in the NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The new Tech2 recovered from a slow start to grab a solid 5th place in her maiden race - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone team came back to better form with a seventh place in Race 2 of the NSW - NSW Championship 201918ft Skiff Championship
© Frank Quealey
Smooth crew work by the Winning Group team on the spinnaker run down the centre of the course - NSW Championship 2019
© Frank Quealey
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