Donald Bieke wins at Warnemuende Week 2013

Germany’s beautiful seaside location Warnemuende on the open Baltic Sea saw fantastic conditions on the first day with 4-5 Bft and up to 1m waves, sunny and reasonable warm. 17 competitors from all Germany and Denmark came to the 3-day regatta with its nice white sandy beaches within the area of the intended Olympic resort Hohe Düne.

2015 Worlds: Bid from the British Association

The British Association , have put in their submission for the 2015 Worlds at Weymouth.
"The British ‘A’ Class Catamaran Association (BACCA) would like to invite the IACA to the
Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Centre in 2015 and to hold the ‘A’ Class
Catamaran World Championships there from 20th – 27th September."

Attached you will find their full Presentation.

Europeans: Steve Brewin Interview

We contacted Steve Brewin, winner of the recent 2013 Barcelona Europeans for a Q&A on the event , the Class and his projects.
Steve Brewin grabbed the World title in 2011 at Aarhus, in 2012 6th at Garda Europeans and a 3rd at Florida special Worlds. A back injury in between and you are now dominating again winning the 2013 Europeans.

Steve Brewin wins Europeans 2013

As reported Brewin secured the title yesterday winning the 8th race, with a second discard in place with a ninth there were no chance for Lanbenberger or Calavia to reach him.

Andrew Landenberger won the final race today and defended his 2nd position. Manuel Calavia could finally discard his dns but a 10th in the final race put him in a really good 3rd overall considering he raced 6 "Finals" after scoring a bfd and a dns in the first 3 races, obtaining the European Crown as Brewin & Landenberger are from Australia.

Europeans @Barcelona 2013: Manuel Calavia Report

Rest day so we took advantage and contact local sailor Manuel Calavia to tell us how everything is going at Barcelona. Manolo is performing with 4,1,1,6 but had a bfd and a dns, here he tell the story. Image Cristayn Fletcher. More images at IACAs FB.
Results at
Report by Manuel Calavia