The UK'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.
18th - 19th April 2015
EuroCat Carnac Yacht Club - Long Distance
1st - 3rd May 2015
Northern Championship Rutland Water Sailing Club - TT
16th - 17th May 2015
Yaverland Sailing and Boating Club - Sport Nationals
26th - 28th June 2015
Netley Sailing Club - Nationals
31st July - 2nd August 2015
Stokes Bay Sailing Club - TT
5th - 6th September 2015
Sprint 15 News, Events and Website Updates - Sunday 29th of March 2015
(Posted on: 23rd March 2015 at 18:46 pm)
Last event of the Winter is won by Paul Grattage with Stuart Snell and Paul Craft behind him. Stuart Snell takes the overall series. Read on...
(Posted on: 9th February 2015 at 18:35 pm)
Stuart Snell takes the Winter Series with a race to spare. Report by David Groom. Read on...
(Posted on: 16th January 2015 at 09:29 am)
Despite the horrendous forecast 6 travellers and 8 home boats turned up at Draycote this morning but one look at the wind and the waves meant that no one was in a rush to get their boats rigged. Read on...
(Posted on: 16th December 2014 at 09:04 am)
The second event of the 5 race winter series took place at Farnmoor reservoir on the 6th December 2014. Despite a very light forecast 13 hardy travellers joined the 2 local boats to rig up on a beautiful but cold and frosty winters morning. Read on...
(Posted on: 10th November 2014 at 14:06 pm)
The Sprint 15 Summer TT Series kicked off at Marconi Sailing Club on a fine breezy weekend in April where 17 visitors joined 6 locals for some exciting sailing. On Saturday there were 3 races around the cans sailed back to back and each was won by a different competitor. Read on...
(Posted on: 3rd November 2014 at 21:10 pm)
Stewartby sailing club was the setting for the first event of the sprint 15 winter series, being held on a glorious sunny November morning. 10 travellers along with seven home boats ventured out onto the water for an 11:15 start. The race officer, Nigel Denchfield, set a trapezoid course which is the much favoured course for the sprint 15 crew. Read on...
(Posted on: 30th October 2014 at 16:55 pm)
29 Sprint 15s attended the last of the Summer Traveller series ( also the Inland Championships) at Grafham on the weekend of 25-26 October. The weather was ideal - mild with fresh South Westerly breezes and Race Officer, Nigel Denchfield, set a trapezoidal with square reaches. Read on...
(Posted on: 9th October 2014 at 11:51 am)
Saturday dawned with a light North Westerly force 2 Race officer John Poulson greeted a disappointing turnout with only 3 visitors and 1 home sailor coming to enjoy the Derbyshire scenery. Read on...
(Posted on: 13th August 2014 at 17:04 pm)
Seasalter Sailing Club was the setting for the 2014 Southern Area Championship of the Sprint 15 Association held over the weekend of 9th/10th August. During the week prior to the event a close eye was kept on forecasts as the tail winds of hurricane Bertha made their way across to the UK together with heavy showers. Read on...
(Posted on: 11th August 2014 at 19:47 pm)
This events information has been updated with new information, please read. The Notice Of Race has been added to this event. Read on...