Britain's most popular single handed catamaran
The Sprint 15 is a 15 foot catamaran designed to be sailed by one or two crew with mainsail or mainsail and jib. It consistently has the largest entry of any single handed catamaran class in British National events. The boat can be trailored or transported on a car roof and can be easily rebuilt, ready to sail with no tools in under an hour. Take a look at our welcome page or contact your local Sprint 15 sailing club to find out more.
News, events and updates
(Posted on: 23rd September 2018 at 14:10 pm)
Thirty-nine Sprint 15 sailors gathered at the home of the North Devon Yacht Club at Instow on Friday the 14th September for the Sport Nationals – the two day regatta for single-handed Sprint 15 catamarans with main, jib and trapeze. This was the highest turnout in almost 10 years, with a record 8 youth sailors.
(Posted on: 23rd August 2018 at 08:36 am)
Best wind of the Summer TTs at Plymouth with Liam Thom, Ed Tuite Dalton and Jon Pearse on the podium after two days of close sailing.
(Posted on: 18th July 2018 at 09:57 am)
Forecasts profesying no wind fail to put off 14 visitors and 9 locals for a regatta characterised by winds in many directions between 0 and 14 knots.
(Posted on: 30th June 2018 at 09:10 am)
45 entries for very sunny Nationals in Portland and Weymouth
(Posted on: 22nd May 2018 at 21:17 pm)
12 boats race around Rutland in the sunshine. Stuart Snell is the victor ahead of Jenny Ball and Chris Tillyer
(Posted on: 26th April 2018 at 16:05 pm)
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(Posted on: 15th April 2018 at 23:28 pm)
27 competitors took part in the first 40th Anniversary Sprint 15 Summer TT at Marconi SC on 14th and 15th April including an impressive home turnout of 13 boats. We were also pleased to welcome Nigel and Fiona Denchfield as guest Races Officers for the event. In addition to the racing, we welcomed the winner of our competition at the Dinghy Show for a cat coaching session with Brian from Windsport. As forecast, there was no wind in the morning but with a light breeze forecast for later in the afternoon it was decided to postpone racing for an hour. With the AP dropped ashore, the fleet headed out to the race area off picturesque Osea Island in a pleasantly mild afternoon with a light breeze.