ABOUT THE SHARPIE
Rich history and infectious culture – the class for everyone
The Australian Sharpie Sailing Association is the governing body for Lightweight Sharpie sailing in Australia – a class with a rich history and renowned for its competitive racing and infectious off-water social culture.
With the ability to race in pretty much any breeze from 0-30 knots, the Sharpie provides extremely close and competitive racing where hard work is rewarded. The hull shape has not changed since the 60s and only minor adjustments to the rules have been made – a timeless class.
No matter how old your Sharpie is, provided it is sailed and maintained well, you can still compete at the top end of the fleet. Take a look at the ‘Boats’ section of our website to see the new and second-hand options available to you.
Entries in the Canberra Nationals
The October edition of the Fly Sharpie Newsletter has been released, with some round-the-grounds coverage of what's happening in the world of Sharpies. SEE IT HERE >>> bit.ly/364yfOe We send our newsletters out monthly, however if you didn’t receive the...
The first edition of the Fly Sharpie newsletter for Season 2019-20 has just been released, telling you everything that is happening with the class across the country. SEE IT HERE >>> bit.ly/2kjefEx We will be sending them out monthly, however if you...
The SA Sharpies AGM held at Adelaide Sailing Club on 26 June has seen a new committee elected. A big thanks goes out to Dave Snoad who, after 10 years on the committee (2009-2019) and nine years as President (2009-2018), has stepped down to focus on work commitments...