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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 NSW Championship in Sydney race 7
Another brilliant finishing burst by the current Australian champion
Posted today at 8:40 am
100th Australian 18 Footers Championship
A good opportunity to reflect on its history and acknowledge the contributions of designers
Posted on 19 Jan
At the front of the fleet.
Handy position to be in. no matter whether it is icy pole sticks in a drain, or ocean racers at sea.
Posted on 16 Jan
18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 6
A third race win in the series for the Tech2 team
Posted on 16 Jan
NSW 18ft Skiff Championship continues this Sunday
Australian 18 Footers League's 21-boat fleet back on Sydney Harbour after the Christmas break
Posted on 12 Jan
The Rag's wild ride to 18ft Skiff victory
Harry Price's talent was obvious before he came into the 18s
Posted on 2 Jan
18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 5
Rag & Famish Hotel team achieved an amazing result for rookies
Posted on 19 Dec 2021
18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 4
Defending champions grab a last-minute victory
Posted on 12 Dec 2021
18ft Skiffs: John 'Steamer' Stanley
Great 18s historian & Hobart race survivor
Posted on 8 Dec 2021
18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 3
A dominating performance ny the Yandoo team of John Winning, Mike Kennedy & Fang Warren
Posted on 5 Dec 2021
Making the world smaller
They used to say any publicity is good publicity
Posted on 30 Nov 2021
18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 2
Defending champions back to their best form
Posted on 28 Nov 2021
Australian 18ft TV gets upgrade
Australian 18ft Skiff fans may have noticed the live coverage has gone up several levels this season
Posted on 23 Nov 2021
18ft Skiff NSW Championship in Sydney race 1
Victory for the Noakesailing team on a bleak harbour today
Posted on 21 Nov 2021
NSW 18 Footers Championship starts Sunday
Many new team combinations will go into the day practically untested
Posted on 18 Nov 2021
18ft Skiff Sydney Spring Championship Race 6
A wild day of high winds for the fleet on the harbour
Posted on 14 Nov 2021
18ft Skiff Sydney Spring Championship Race 4
A crazy, frustrating day for the crews on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 7 Nov 2021
Sponsors' two-boat Challenge in the 18 footers
Lazarus Capital Partners entered into its first 18ft Skiff sponsorship last year
Posted on 3 Nov 2021
18ft Skiff Club Championship race 1
An amazing finish with victory grabbed metres from the line
Posted on 31 Oct 2021
New Teams great start to 18 Footer Season
A great result for the club's policy of introducing talented, young sailors to the fleet
Posted on 28 Oct 2021
18ft Skiff Sydney Spring Championship Races 1 & 2
The season starts in ideal 10-12 knot SE winds
Posted on 24 Oct 2021
The Australian 18 Footers League Academy
An exciting new concept to encourage and educate new recruits
Posted on 21 Oct 2021
18ft Skiffs: Finport Finance, a 'new team'
Experienced crew to feature in the 18ft Skiff 2021-22 season
Posted on 16 Oct 2021
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 2021
18ft Skiffs: John 'Woody' Winning, Iron Man
36 seasons of 18ft Skiff racing for the 69-year-old skipper
Posted on 30 Sep 2021
Changing style of Sydney 18 footers in the '60s
The infuence of champion skipper Len Heffernan on the class
Posted on 20 Sep 2021
The Australian 18 Footers League - the Beginning
Conducting 18ft Skiff racing continuously for 87 years on Sydney Harbour
Posted on 16 Sep 2021
The British 18 Footer Challenge
The British challenge to conquer the world of 18 footers began in 1973
Posted on 5 Sep 2021
2021 UK 18ft Skiff National Championship
The fleet was keen to show who was the top dog
Posted on 30 Aug 2021
18ft Skiff racing at Calshot
A weekend of being comfortable with the rig you've put in
Posted on 6 Aug 2021
Links
18ft Skiff UK Nationals Attendance
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Birkenhead Point Marina and Burrawang-Young Henrys on the first spinnaker run - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Andoo leads the race on the run to the bottom mark at Robertson Point - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Close fleet racing - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Heading for Taylors Bay - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
NSW Championship leader, Yandoo - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Race for fourth place - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Tech2 crew chase the leaders early in the race - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Tech2 puts a final cover on Andoo as they approach the finish - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Three leaders at Rose Bay - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Heading for Taylors Bay - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Racing to the windward mark - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Birkenhead Point Marina and Burrawang-Young Henrys on the first spinnaker run - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Tech2 and The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines on the first spinnaker run - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Leaders at the windward mark in Rose Bay - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
Leading group heads to Rose Bay - 18ft Skiff NSW Championship on Sydney Harbour - Race 7
© Frank Quealey
1919 Australian Championship on Sydney Harbour - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Five times winner Michael Coxon in 2017 - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Iain Murray-designed Color 7 - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Aberdare was the boat to create the 7ft Beam Era - Australian 18 Footers Championship
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Kaiser Bill, 1960s - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
New Australian Championship trophy presentation - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Jenny VI 1956 - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Six times winner Seve Jarvin, Gotta Love It 7 in 2010 - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Five times champion Bill Barnett in 1950-51 winner Myra Too - Australian 18 Footers Championship
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tech2, the current Australian champion - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Two champions, Jantzen Girl and Jenny VI on the Brisbane River - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Venom, in Sydney - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Westana, Chris Garland, the first champion (ANMM Hall collection) - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
1962 Australian Championship at Cairns, NQ - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
Bruce Farr design, KB - Australian 18 Footers Championship
© Frank Quealey
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