A01 A Class Carbon Mast complete145mm x 60mm

F18 - F20 Carbon Mast section 160mm x 74mm

A10 Top Hook for A Cat section

Specify if for our Tapered or Untapered mast 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

NEW - with Stainless Steel Adjusters

A14 Spreader Attachments

H.D.Exit Pulley -Cunningham - NEW - all Metal

A15 A Cat Diamond wires

A16 Gooseneck + Clevis Pin + Clip

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

A24ALL Mast Hinge system - Beam part

Note: comes as flat piece and you need to bend as required to suit boat

A27 Rotation Arm - to Boom style

A29 Single Rotation Arm - to Trampoline style

A36 Cunningham Swivel Plate + Eye

A42 Trapezes in Dyneema - complete

Note: Dyneema colour usually Grey but may vary depending on stock !

A42A Adjustable Trapezes with Cleats

Note: Dyneema colour usually Grey but 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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2022 A Class Europeans

The 2022 A Class Worlds in Lake Garda , Italy provided a range of conditions mostly moderate to fresh , with a couple for the Classic fleet of +25 knots and difficult waves.

Class rules say maximum 22 knots but this is sometimes overlooked in the pursuit of getting the races in.


The course quite 'normal' for Garda considering the area of lake selected for racing , being mostly right hand side favoured.


The Classic fleet Race 1 started in light wind with a couple of big shifts before the south wind settled in and young German sailor Mortiz Weiss was 1st.

Race 2 Scott Anderson led until about 100m from finish but again it was Weiss in 1st with better downwind speed.

Races 3 and 4 in stronger wind Anderson led the whole way.

The later part of the regatta was windy and in final analysis it was Anderson , Weiss , then Spanish sailors Gustavo Dorreste and  Kike Cornejo.

And good to see the Classics close racing and 'older' boat designs still competitive .



In the Foiling Division there were plenty of stars but it was Steve Brewin who emerged the Nr 1 with a strong final race and consistent placings throughout.

Misha Heemskerk was second and Jakub Surowiec 3rd



In terms of material , below a list of top Foilers:


1st       Steve Brewin              Exploder 2022/Brewin sail

Fiberfoam T6.3 Tapered mast


2nd      Mischa Heemskerk     DNA F1/Mischa sail

Fiberfoam T6.5 mast


3rd        Jakub Surowiec          Exploder /Bryt sail/

Fiberfoam T6.3 mast


And for the Classics :


1st Scott Anderson

Nikita 2012 / North DS sail / Fiberfoam Untapered mast


2nd Moritz Weiss

Exploder / Felix Egner Landenberger DS sail / Fiberfoam Untapered mast


3rd Gustavo Dorreste

Exploder / Hammer DS sail / Fiberfoam T6.3 Tapered mast



Nine of top 10 inluding winners of both fleets used Fiberfoam Sailbattens.

Fiberfoam masts - either Untapered or Tapered filled the top 10 in both fleets.


The Class remains strong and since 2018 now has two stand-alone classes , the ‘Classic’ A Class and ‘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 is straight or curved foils, and sailied with at least one hull in the water in the course of normal sailing.


This has proved 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.


The next worlds in Toulon , France in September 2023 , with unrestricted number of entries is generating lots of enthusiasm.