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The Official Site of The Hobie Cat Class Association of South Africa

The Hobie Cat Class Association of South Africa is a non profit organisation, involved in organising events and promoting the Hobie way of life in South Africa.
Join the Hobie Cat class in your region and become part of most exciting and fun lifestyle available.
Hobie class members regularly participate in local sailing events in their region, national sailing events, sailing events on the African continent and even international sailing events in Europe, Australia an more.
Form competitive sailing regattas at the highest level to fun sailing and extreme coastal events, the South African Hobie Cat class has something for everybody and every level of sailor.


William and Lucinda Edwards win Sylt World Cat 2015

 The Hobie Cat World in 2015 brings together the 11 best Hobie 16 teams to a regatta on the popular island of Sylt. A highlight of everybodies racing calendar, but also in the event calendar of the holiday island of Sylt.
Tenthousands of spectators come to the beach of the island Westerland to see exciting races live in the waves of the North Sea.

The Hobie World Cat is an invitation regatta in which teams from all over the world can apply. The organizers will then decide which team will get on of the famous starting numbers. Maximum of 10 Hobie Catamarans are possible. Decisive here are the current national rankings and placements with major regattas.
The goal of Prosail is to pick the best of the best on the island of Sylt. The 10 selected teams will then be guests of Prosail, get a hotel for the 4 days during the spectacular events, food and of course a Hobie 16 with sails branded in their national flag.
Sylt World Cat 2015 Results

SA clean up at Hobie Multi World Championships 2015 - Lake Garda Italy

There were South African flags all round at the final presentation of the Hobie Tiger World Championships as SA sailors claimed a clean sweep of the podium places.

For the first time in history, it was a South African 1, 2, 3 as father and son team William and Douglas Edwards from Plettenburg Bay claimed the gold, another Plett father and son team Blaine and Peter-Blaine Dodds the silver and Capetonians Sean Ferry and Lee Hawkins the bronze at Lake Garda, Italy last weekend.

The South Africans had dominated proceedings throughout the four-day event and were looking to seal their clean sweep on the final day of sailing. However, a lack of wind meant no sailing could take place and their top-three places were left intact.

Adding to the accolades, Blaine Dodds also walked away with the Hobie 14 world title.

South Africans have achieved much international success in Hobie sailing over the years. the latest honours bring the world title tally up to 25, since the first back in 1978.

"This is an outstanding result for South African sailing and we congratulate the Edwards and Dodds teams and Sean and Lee on making the country proud" said SA sailing chairman Peter Hall.

"We simply could not have dreamed of a better result, which just goes to show, South Africans certainly know what they are doing when it comes to hobie sailing," added Hall.

(extract from the Citizen newspaper)

South African results summary

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