Yawl Weight Database
You can check and see what your weight is and when it was last weighed.
Click: Database PDF
Weighing Instructions see Class Rules
Recently (2022) the Sailing Committee approved new PNs for 2022 of 1091 and 1125, red and blue respectively. This gives a 1minute 40 seconds difference per hour between red and blue boats.
Yawl Class Rules
The object of these rules is to produce a boat of traditional construction for racing and family sailing. It is intended that the given tolerances shall be used to build individual Yawls, which express the ideas of the owner, designer and builder.
A Short History of the ‘Envelope’
Just thought that it may be helpful to fill you in on some history of the Yawl class – it’s easy to forget how many years I’ve now been involved with the fleet but it must be in excess of 50! The crunch came in 1988 when 141 was built, to the design of Phil Morrison. His first design was rejected by Dave Gibbons as being too fine forward and he was worried that going on the foredeck to pick up a mooring the boat could capsize, so Phil produced a second ‘less radical design’ which is the 141 that we see today. As class measurer with many years experience of measuring other classes, my advice was sought in the winter of 1988, with a brief to sort the problem out and stop any even more radical Yawls being built.
The Salcombe Yawl Register of Sail Numbers, Boat Names, Builders and Owners.
Click: Salcombe Yawl Register
The Fleeting of Yawls in Open Meetings and Regattas.
The fleeting of Yawls 2011/12 in Open Meetings and Regattas has constantly changed over the years as the numbers of competing Yawls change. Future Race Organisers must have the freedom to organise the racing as they think appropriate.
Salcombe Yawl Owners Association Constitution
Salcombe Yawl Owners Association AGM Minutes
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