A01 A Class Carbon Mast complete145mm x 60mm

F18 - F20 Carbon Mast section 160mm x 74mm

A10 Top Hook for A Cat section

A11 Sail Ring Shackle

A12A Tee Hounds with choice of 2 Hole or 4 Hole Backplates

(Specify when ordering)

A12B Tee Hounds only

A13 Spreaders with Finger screw adjusters - 390mm

A14 Spreader Attachments

H.D.Exit Pulley -Cunningham

A15 A Cat Diamond wires

A16 Gooseneck 

A17 - Boom Connector

A20D A Cat Mast Base with Rotation 'Ears'. Rotation to Trampoline system (add A29)

A20E A Cat Mast Base with Rotation 'Ears". Rotation to Boom System (add A27)

A21 Female Pivot Cup 10mm

A22 Male Pivot Pin 10mm

A23 Mast Hinge system - Mast part

A24 Mast Hinge system - Beam part

A25A Mast Hinge system + Pin & P Clip

A27 Rotation Arm - to Boom style

A29 Single Rotation Arm - to Trampoline style

A36 Cunningham Swivel Plate + Eye

A42A Trapezes in Dyneema - complete

Please Note: line colour may vary depending on stock !

A51 A Cat Carbon Boom with Clear Gloss marine finish complete. Strong 38mm Tube will suit either rear or centre sheeting

TE250016 Carbon Tiller Extension 2500mm x 16mm with Uni Joiner,Clear Finish and Foam Grip

TE270020 Carbon Tiller Extension 2700m x 20mm with Uni Joiner ,Clear Finish and Foam Grip

A62S Batten Adjusters suit 15mm Fiberfoam. Set of 6 plus Key

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2017 A Class Worlds


The 2017 A Class Worlds in Sopot , Poland provided a range of conditions from light 5-8 knots , up to 20 knots and difficult waves.

But the majority of races were in the lighter range up to 10 knots and with large wind shifts and areas of more or less breeze , the sailors had to be fast , aware , and good at choosing when to foil or not to foil.


Those who were good at that often made up 20 or more boats in a single downwind , with other unfortunates loosing similarly.


The local sailors showed their skill and local knowledge and their results reflected that , with young sailors Tymek Bendyk 2nd  and 3rd Jakub Surowiec.


Kiwi sailor Dave Shaw – 4th - sailed very well and having spent a couple of months in Sopot training for the worlds , showed good speed and boat handling .


Manuel Calavia was unlucky to be OSC one race , costing him a chance of a podium place.


But Steve Brewin was the standout – he sailed smart , got out of trouble well and deserved his victory.


I know from first hand observation that he put a huge amount of time and energy into his campaign and this title was well deserved. Darren Bundock (5th) was his training partner and except for a few nasty shifts would have also pushed Steve at the top.

In terms of material , below a list of top ten, all were foilers:


1st        Steve Brewin              Exploder 2017/Brewin sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


2nd       Tymek Bendyk           Exploder 2017/Bryt sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


3rd        Jakub Surowiec          Exploder 2017/Bryt sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


4th        Dave Shaw                  Exploder 2017/Brewin sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


5th        Darren Bundock         Exploder 2017/Brewin sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


6th        Jacek Noetzel             Exploder 2017/Bryt sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


7th        Maciej Zarnowski      Exploder 2017/Bryt sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


8th        Bruce Mahoney          Exploder 2017/Brewin sail/Fiberfoam#15 mast


9th        Mischa Heemskerk     DNA F1/Mischa sail/Fiberfoam Tapered 6.5 mast


10th      Manuel Calavia          Exploder 2017/Ashby North sail/Fiberfoam Tapered 6.5 mast





All top 10 except Heemskerk used exclusively Fiberfoam Sailbattens


There was some experimenting with shorter rigs (8310mm vs std 9035mm) but in the end it was the more refined 9m rigs that dominated , filling all top ten positions.


First Classic boat was Swedens Pontus Johnsson in 25th place who sailed consistently well.


Of importance to the Class was the yes vote to have two stand-alone classes .


That is , starting with 2018 Worlds there will be a ‘Classic’ A Class as well as the ‘Open’ A Class .


This is the result of the Class listening to its sailors worldwide , many of whom expressed a desire to remain non-foiling.


The Classic A Class will be straight or curved foils, with each sailor signing a code that their boat will have at least one hull in the water in the course of normal sailing.


I think this is great for the Class , encompassing a large number of sailors , many of whom do not have the time to master foiling or keep up with foiling developments , plus who simply enjoy classic sailing.


I see the class getting even stronger , from its already robust position in the sailing world.