Welcome the the Hobie® Class Association of WA -Supported by Hobie Cat® Australasia and Windrush Yachts
We are here to promote Hobie Sailing and the Hobie way of life across Western Australia.
If you would like to get into Hobie Sailing (social or racing) please contact us.
2017 Hobie WA State Titles Albany – Sat 4th & Sun 5th March
Hobie Nationals TBA
Hobie WA team Cam Owen and Susan Ghent won the 2016 Hobie 16 National Championship in Hervey Bay, QLD
The 2016 Hobie Cat® Nationals in Hervey Bay, QLD were a great success for Hobie WA. With 5 teams heading over East, 4 of them finished in the top ten. Cam Owen and Susan Ghent were dominating the fleet from the beginning and became the new Hobie 16 National Champions. The second spot went to another WA Team, Darren Smith and Josie Mark who were only 5 points behind Cam and Suzie. Phil and Caitlyn Epps who won the previous Nationals became sixth and Trent Robson and Jasmine Hill, who sailed their first Hobie Nationals, impressed with a ninth spot. Peter and Grady Redway placed 25th overall. Congratulations to all Teams for their outstanding results!
To see all the results please go to the Nationals web site
HCAWA sailors take out the top 2 places in the 20th Hobie 16 World Championships in Jervis Bay, NSW Australia.
What a fantastic outcome for Nedlands YC sailors Gavin Colby and Josie Mark, and Cam Owen and Suzzi Ghent to claim 1st and 2nd places respectively in the event. Gavin, being a previous World Champion and Cam being the current Australian champion persevered the light to moderate winds to beat close to 200 Australian and international teams.
Additionally, HCAWA Guy Birchall and Tayla Woodhead also had great success coming a creditable 2nd in the Hobie 16 World Youth Championship, also sailed on Jervis Bay!
Big thanks to Hobie Cat Australia for organising the event where further event details, results and photos can be found at www.hobieworlds.com
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New to Hobie® Catamarans?
Hobie Cats were born in a surfboard shop in Southern California in 1969 and are named after the designer, Hobie Alter. Numerous Hobie catamarans have been designed over the years with the most popular racing boats ranging from 14 feet to 20 feet. The boats are easy to sail and virtually indestructible.
The Hobie 16 is the most popular catamaran in the world and Western Australia has one of the largest and most competitive fleets, being 25 regular boats in Nedlands and 7 in Geraldton. It is a great starter catamaran as used boats are cheap, available and relatively competitive where club members are always willing to assist new sailors.
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