ISO & BUZZ - EUROCUP - FIREBALL D'ORO 31st JULY - 1st AUGUST 2021

ISO & BUZZ - EUROCUP - FIREBALL D'ORO 31st JULY - 1st AUGUST 2021

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ISO is a former International Sailing Federation (ISAF) class of two-person sailing dinghy with a single trapeze and an asymmetric spinnaker. The ISO was designed in 1993 by Ian Howlett and John Caig and manufactured by Reg White Limited of Brightlingsea as part of the "White Formula" range of boats originally marketed by Topper International Ltd and since 2013 by Vantage Sailing Ltd.[3] The boat has a fully battened mainsail, jib and an asymmetric spinnaker.


The FIREBALL is a high performance two-person sailing dinghy offering exciting sailing, intense competition and a great social life off the water. It has a wide appeal as it is simple to build, reasonably priced and not too demanding to sail.
The Fireball stands out from other similar dinghies as it is -
• High performance, yet relatively forgiving,
• Can sail in almost any wind strength,
• Is suited to both lake and sea sailing,
• Can be sailed by a wide weight range of crews,
• Can be sailed by all male, all female and mixed crews,
• Age is not a restriction with sailors from 14 through to 75,
• Entry level boats are available from around $1000.00,
• Boats remain competitive for many, many years,
• The class is sailed in over 30 countries worldwide,
• Fireball sailing is as much about social as racing,
• Fireballs are great fun to sail.
With an excellent race program, including club, regional, national and world championships, you'll never be short of good competition, boat on boat, crew on crew. With a social side to match you'll have just as much fun off the water. Perhaps this is why over 15150 Fireballs have been sold worldwide.


The BUZZ is a sailing dinghy designed in 1994 by Ian Howlett and John Caig and manufactured by Reg White Limited of Brightlingsea as part of the "White Formula" range of boats originally marketed by Topper International Ltd but since 2013 by Vantage Sailing. The Buzz is a double handed racing boat, with a single trapeze for the crewman. The boat has a fully battened mainsail, furling jib and an asymmetrical spinnaker.


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