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Update

Update for Hunter Class Association Members. Good morning, This is just a quick heads-up for the remainder of the year. ·         KZN Provincial Championships. Your KZN representative Luke Wagner is busy with the NOR for the KZN champ’s scheduled for the weekend 24-25 September 2022. The NOR will be posted on the Hunterclass.com website ASAP. ·        ...

Nationals 2022

If you were the race officer for the 2022 nationals, then you had your work cut out for you. So, many thanks to our race officer Brian Sutherland for an outstanding job. Light airs made for some tricky and difficult course setting and sailing. Yet, it’s always the top guys that find a way to mitigate their way through the...

SAIL YOUR HUNTER FASTER

Recently the Hunter Class did a survey amongst some of it’s more recent National Championship winners on what they considered the most important tuning control. They were posed with the following question: “You are presented with a Hunter 19. Hull, complete with keel, rudder with tiller, tiller extension, standing rigging, main sail, genoa and the necessary sheets (including main track & genoa...

Letter to Hunter Class members,

Dear Hunter Class member, ​ The carnage of our times will only prevail if we let it.  To all of us that love our sport, this is a call to action. Now more than ever we need to support our clubs, our classes and their events. I’ve had the privilege over the years to have visited most of our yacht clubs around the country....

Hunter Nationals 2019

Flat water sailing at it's tickiest best. That's probably the best way to describe the 2019 Hunter National Championships at Witbank Yacht & Aquatic Club over the long weekend 21-24 March. Wind speed light to 8-10 knots maximum. We had 16 boats this year, up 4 from last year. One boat from Cape Town, two boats from Midmar Dam and  two...