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18ft Skiff

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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Show news 18ft Skiff Sydney Spring Championship Races 1 & 2
The season starts in ideal 10-12 knot SE winds
Posted today at 12:14 pm
The Australian 18 Footers League Academy
An exciting new concept to encourage and educate new recruits
Posted on 21 Oct
18ft Skiffs: Finport Finance, a 'new team'
Experienced crew to feature in the 18ft Skiff 2021-22 season
Posted on 16 Oct
The League's new 18 footer season on the way
Moving ahead at full speed in preparation despite the pandemic situation in Sydney
Posted on 4 Oct
18ft Skiffs: John 'Woody' Winning, Iron Man
36 seasons of 18ft Skiff racing for the 69-year-old skipper
Posted on 30 Sep
Changing style of Sydney 18 footers in the '60s
The infuence of champion skipper Len Heffernan on the class
Posted on 20 Sep
The Australian 18 Footers League - the Beginning
Conducting 18ft Skiff racing continuously for 87 years on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 16 Sep
The British 18 Footer Challenge
The British challenge to conquer the world of 18 footers began in 1973
Posted on 5 Sep
2021 UK 18ft Skiff National Championship
The fleet was keen to show who was the top dog
Posted on 30 Aug
18ft Skiff racing at Calshot
A weekend of being comfortable with the rig you've put in
Posted on 6 Aug
Harris Brothers, World 18ft Skiff Champions
Two brothers, both winners but on different boats
Posted on 5 Jul
UK 18ft Skiff Solent Grand Prix Series Round 3
The fleet were expecting two days of 8 knots... and they got half of that
Posted on 23 Jun
A look at top 18ft sailor and legend John Winning
Foresight, positive thinking and financial wisdom
Posted on 14 Jun
18ft Skiffs Golden Era
The 1970s produced large, competitive fleets
Posted on 29 May
18ft Skiff Solent Grand Prix Series at Calshot
Fleet keener than ever to get stuck into racing on the Solent
Posted on 26 May
Highs and Lows action for an 18ft Skiff Champion
Michael Coxon has been sailing 18s for around 20 seasons
Posted on 22 May
Record Breaking Boat, Record Breaking Team
Michael Walsh, Phil Barnett and Neil Paton: an intriguing story of boat and skipper
Posted on 6 May
Smeg: 25 Years of Champion Sponsorship
2021 JJ Giltinan win a fitting reward to another long-term sponsor
Posted on 2 May
Live the dream - Sail an 18 Footer
Now more than ever is the time to get involved in sailing an 18' skiff
Posted on 1 May
18ft Skiffs: Julian Bethwaite, Did It All
An incredible record of achievement as a designer, builder and competitor
Posted on 21 Apr
Bob Holmes, a truly great champion
Five times JJ Giltinan world champion and five times Australian champion
Posted on 8 Apr
Ian Humphries views on 18ft Skiff
Still the most spectacular fleet on the Harbour
Posted on 2 Apr
Whispering Jack
Unabashedly, this title does refer to the Aussie singing icon, John Farnham
Posted on 22 Mar
18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour
Tatiana Cardoso crowned in the annual event on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 21 Mar
18ft Skiff Queen of the Harbour preview
One of the most important events for the Australian 18 Footers League
Posted on 17 Mar
2021 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship overall
More than enough interest to entertain the spectators on the final day
Posted on 14 Mar
2021 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship day 6
Smeg team of Michael Coxon, Ricky Bridge and Trent Barnabas wrap up the win
Posted on 13 Mar
2021 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship day 5
Smeg team score their third race win of the event
Posted on 11 Mar
2021 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship day 4
What a difference a day makes
Posted on 10 Mar
2021 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship day 3
tech2's race 2 disqualification puts pressure on the favourites
Posted on 9 Mar
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Balmain Slark on her way to victory in Race 2 - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Rag and Famish Hotel led both races - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Burrawang-Young Henrys - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Close racing on the windward leg into Rose Bay - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Shaw and Partners and Sydney Harbour Bridge - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Winning team, from left, Max Paul, Flynn Twomey, Henry Larkings - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Spinnaker run in Race 2 - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Yandoo won the start in Race 2 - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Noakes Blue and the video livestream camera boat - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Lazarus Capital Partners, a new boat's first race - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Fisher and Paykel in Race 1 - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines - 18ft Skiffs: Spring Championship
© Frank Quealey
Australian 18ft Skiff champion Jack Macartney
© Frank Quealey
The Kitchen Maker-Caesarstone team getting ready for the meeting
© Frank Quealey
Australian 18 Footers League Sailing Manager Jessica Crisp and Jack Macartney discuss plans for discussion before last Tuesday's meeting
© Frank Quealey
Two Appliancesonline crew rigging their skiff
© Frank Quealey
Two of the present Smeg team which won the JJ Giltinan world Championship, Michael Coxon (centre) and Ricky Bridge (right) presented the first meeting
© Jessica Crisp
Keagan York's Finport Finance will feature a brand new team for 2021-22 Sydney 18ft Skiff season
© Frank Quealey
Keagan York's Finport Finance will feature a brand new team for 2021-22 Sydney 18ft Skiff season
© Frank Quealey
Keagan York's Finport Finance will feature a brand new team for 2021-22 Sydney 18ft Skiff season
© Frank Quealey
Keagan York's Finport Finance will feature a brand new team for 2021-22 Sydney 18ft Skiff season
© Frank Quealey
Keagan York's Finport Finance will feature a brand new team for 2021-22 Sydney 18ft Skiff season
© Frank Quealey
Rob Greenhalgh's 2004 Giltinan world champion RMW Marine
© Bob Ross
Birkenhead Point Marina set for the new 18ft Skiff season in Sydney
© Frank Quealey
Finport Finance will be skippered by 2004 Giltinan world champion Rob Greenhalgh in the new 18ft Skiff season in Sydney
© Frank Quealey
Lazarus Capital Partners has a new boat coming for the new 18ft Skiff season in Sydney
© Frank Quealey
Preparing the new Smeg hull for the 21-22 season
© Michael Coxon
Preparing the new Smeg hull for the 21-22 season
© Michael Coxon
Smeg and Noakesailing race to the finish line in the JJ Giltinan world Championship
© Frank Quealey
Tech2, Australian champion
© Frank Quealey
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