The UK Sprint 15 Association

The first 40 years

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.

There is now a range of Sprint 15 branded clothing available from Sportsclass Ltd.

RYA Dinghy Show - Free Prize Draw

This year is our 40th birthday and big celebrations are planned. As part of this the Class Association and the manufacturer, Windsport International, are together offering great prizes in free-to-enter draws at the Dinghy Show on the 3rd and 4th March. One of these is targeted at prospective new Sprint 15 Sailors and offers a free professional one day catamaran conversion session for half boat sailors together with free membership of the Association in order to help them continue what will be a new love and the other, for existing converts, is free entry to the national championships which are based at Weymouth.

Come and visit Stand B24 and take part in one of the following free draws

Prize Draw – Prospective New Members

  • An exclusive one day catamaran conversion session, courtesy of Windsport International. Get a real hands-on experience of catamaran sailing delivered by a professional "Cat Clinic" coach.
  • Free one year membership of the Sprint 15 Association.
Prize Draw – Existing Members
  • Free entry to our 2018 "40th Anniversary" National Championships at Weymouth.

Terms and conditions will apply - details will be available at the Show.

To buy your Show Tickets - head over to the RYA website.

News, events and updates

TT at Grafham Water Sailing Club

Event Infomation has been updated
(Posted on: 27th January 2018 at 13:29 pm)
This events information has been updated with new information, please read. The Notice Of Race has been added to this event.
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TT at Draycote Water Sailing Club

Race Report
(Posted on: 20th January 2018 at 18:18 pm)
The Draycote Sprint 15 TT greeted us with a dull, grey and cold January morning and the water looked anything but inviting. As I dropped my sail off I was greeted by a beaming Derek James who enthusiastically informed me that there was an 11 knot wind forecast and it looked like we would have a good day...
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TT at Thorpe Bay Yacht Club

Event Infomation has been updated
(Posted on: 14th January 2018 at 21:49 pm)
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Chairman's report

(Posted on: 24th December 2017 at 15:15 pm)
Hello everyone, another six months has flown by and we are heading into 2018, our 40th year. First I would like to thank other committee members for all their help, in particular Jenny Ball. In addition to this we have some new committee members, Erling Holmberg (southern rep) Gordon Deuce, Dave Warnock both general committee members & our new treasurer Nigel James. George Love is back for a one-off special helping to co-ordinate our 40th year celebrations.
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Sprint 15 Association “New Boat” winter saving

(Posted on: 30th November 2017 at 14:45 pm)
To celebrate our 40th Anniversary, the Sprint 15 Association, working with Windsport, has negotiated a 2017/18 winter new boat price saving package.
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TT at Rutland Water Sailing Club

Event Infomation has been updated
(Posted on: 20th November 2017 at 17:15 pm)
This events information has been updated with new information, please read. The Notice Of Race has been added to this event.
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TT at Stewartby Water Sports Club

Race Report
(Posted on: 8th November 2017 at 22:15 pm)
On 4th November 11 visitors from as far away as the Isle of Wight and Cheshire joined 7 Stewartby helms for the first round of the Sprint 15 Winter TT Series.
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