Welcome to the 29er Class

We are the UK 29er Class Association - arguably the UK’s best youth class. The 29er is a high performance skiff - a two person, single trapeze dinghy with an asymmetric spinnaker. Fully battened sails, with a self tacking jib, supported on a composite tipped mast make the 29er dynamite downwind. Getting started in the class could not be easier as we run a comprehensive training programme including open training and squads. We believe you should be out there racing so we encourage all of our new sailors to come to our events. As a RYA recognised class, we have a well organised and competitive national circuit along with a lively international series of events for those willing to travel.

It’s pure, unadulterated, high octane sailing.

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So you want to sail a 29er? Click here for information on trying out the boat and buying your own boat.
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We run a comprehensive training programme including open training and squads. Find out more here.
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As an RYA recognised youth class, the 29er class has a well organised and competitive national circuit. Find out about our racing programme here.

Latest News

Harken GP4 - Latest Update

An update from our Sailing Secretary on plans for the HARKEN GP4 at Weymouth ...read more

British Youth Sailing Summer Team applications are now OPEN!

The application process for sailor’s wishing to be considered for British Youth Sailing Summer Team (not Youth Squad) is now open. ...read more

NeilPryde Sailing UK 29er Winter Champs at Grafham Water SC

Over the weekend of 25-26 January 2020 the NeilPryde Sailing UK 29er Winter Championships was held on Graham Water. ...read more

Report from Harken 29er 2019-20 GP3/ Inland Championship at Rutland Sailing Club

A record number of sixty five 29ers turned up to the Rutland GP, no doubt attracted as much by the promise of another great 29er Christmas party (sponsored by HARKEN!) as by the opportunity for some quality big fleet racing. Indeed many old faces found themselves a spot on a boat so that they could join in the craic. ...read more