International J/24 Class Association

Australian J/24 Nationals

January 30, 2016

Host for this year’s Australian J/24 Nationals was Sandringham YC, where 19 teams showed up to compete for class honors. With a variety of conditions, it was not surprising that the local “Black Prince of Sandy” (David Suda) made sure no one vanquished his Pacemaker team on home waters. Here is how it all went [...]

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JEBEDEE Leads Italian J/24 Winter Series, Wins Act IV

After the fourth event in the Italian J/24 Winter Series, in which two more demanding races were sailed in very cold northerly winds up to 22 knots, we find the team of JEBEDEE leading the series with a 3-1-1-1-2-2-1 record for just 10 points. The team of owner Nino Soriano from CN Maestrale and skipper [...]

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J/24 Peru Nationals

A fleet of 10 J/24s participated in the 2015 Peruvian J/24 Nationals held off La Punta along Peru’s dramatic and beautiful Pacific coast line. Under PRO Luis Yarlaque, the sailors were put to the test over the three-day championship weekend with a total of nine races. After one discard race, the winner was again Luis [...]

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European Championships Plymouth 2016

January 27, 2016

The UK J/24 Class is very excited to welcome you and your teams to Plymouth for the 2016 European Championship from August 13-19. Visit for further updates.

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Mount Gay Round Barbados Race

January 25, 2016

Big winds, big speeds and the fastest times ever recorded made the 80th anniversary Mount Gay Round Barbados Race one of the most spectacular in history with a total of five records broken, and each team winning their skipper’s weight in rum. Racing was over staggered starts commencing at 0700 with a good mix of [...]

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80th Mount Gay Round Barbados Series Coastal Series

January 21, 2016

The final day of the Coastal Series at the 80th anniversary Mount Gay Round Barbados Regatta, organized by Barbados Cruising Club in association with Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc., and Mount Gay, concluded in fine style with sunshine, wind up to 28 knots and a relatively flat sea. In Carlisle Bay, where winds remained around 18-20 [...]

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