Classes Sailed

  • Manly Juniors (MJs) are a small craft sailed by two children aged between about 7 and 14. The MJ has three sails, mainsail, jib and spinnaker, and provides excellent basic training. To find out more, go to the Manly Junior Association at www.mj.yachting.org.au
  • The Flying Eleven (F11) is an exciting light weight dinghy sailed by two people of a preferable combined crew weight between 75 and 115 kgs. Ages generally range from 10 to 18 years but there is no restriction to parental or senior participation. The F11 is an excellent follow-on boat for MJs. To find out more, go to the Flying Eleven Association of Australia at www.flying11.yachting.org.au
  • The Heron offers a genuine family experience for sailors young and old. It is gaff rigged, with a mainsail and jib, and is ideally sailed by an adult and child (5 to teens), two adults or two teens. To find out more, go to the National Heron Association of Australia at www.heronsailing.com.au
  • The NS14 (Northbridge Senior) is an Australian designed family dinghy intended for competitive family sailing. It has a simple rig and is light enough to be easily lifted into the water. It can be sailed by two adults, an adult and teen or two teens. To find out more, go to the NS14 Association at www.ns14.org
  • The Open Division consists of any boats that wish to sail with PHOSC but are not sufficiently numerous to form an individual division. Currently we have Lasers, a Spiral, Pacers and a Musto Skiff sailing in the Open Division. You can find out more on the following links:

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