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Wayfarer

Wayfarer

The Wayfarer dinghy was designed by Ian Proctor in 1957 and has since acquired an unrivalled reputation as a tough and seaworthy cruising dinghy, yet at the same time being responsive and rewarding to race. Well over 10,000 boats have now been built and there are many strong club racing fleets around the UK. In addition over 50 boats regularly attend the UK Nationals and participate at the World Championships which are held every three years.

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Craftinsure National Circuit Finale
Posted on 23 Nov
Wayfarer Eastern Area Championship at Blackwater
An excellent turnout of 15 boats
Posted on 13 Sep
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans overall
Blessed by sunny weather by and large, a packed social programme and a very warm welcome
Posted on 6 Sep
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week overall
A memorable day to end a memorable week
Posted on 3 Sep
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 Day 5
It's not over yet, but the first winners are
Posted on 2 Sep
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 Day 4
A different sort of same again
Posted on 1 Sep
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 Day 3
A real day of Snakes and Ladders
Posted on 31 Aug
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 Day 2
Reading the wind, negotiating the tide, avoiding the mud
Posted on 30 Aug
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 Day 1
Not a bad day on the water
Posted on 29 Aug
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans preview
Visitors from Denmark and Ireland joining the mainland UK fleet at Arun
Posted on 16 Aug
Slow going for the Medway Marathon 2022
The endurance race proves to be just that in light to negligible winds
Posted on 16 Aug
Wayfarer Southern Area Championship at Shoreham
A chance to warm up for their Nationals in August
Posted on 29 Jul
Bourne End Week 2022
The event took place on the Jubilee bank holiday weekend
Posted on 22 Jun
Wayfarers at Banbury
Michael McNamara runs training before first open meeting at Banbury
Posted on 9 Jun
Wayfarer Western Championships
Testing restricted inland water sailing over the weekend
Posted on 26 Apr
Wayfarer Inlands at Datchet
Definitely not a walk in the park
Posted on 18 Apr
Wayfarer Inland at Datchet preview
First event of the Craftinsure National Circuit and Travellers Series 2022
Posted on 5 Apr
Wayfarer International Championships 2022
42 teams converge on Lake Eustis, Florida from four countries
Posted on 24 Mar
Wayfarer Finale at Bough Beech
A great event to close out the season for the class
Posted on 20 Nov 2021
UK Wayfarer Finale preview
The final open meeting of the season, at Bough Beech this weekend
Posted on 12 Nov 2021
Wayfarer Inland Championships at Datchet
One good day of racing before boats are blown off trolleys
Posted on 10 Nov 2021
Bourne End Week 2021
Held over the August bank holiday at Upper Thames Sailing Club
Posted on 3 Sep 2021
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week day 6
That was Poole Week, that was
Posted on 28 Aug 2021
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week day 5
Island Life
Posted on 27 Aug 2021
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week day 4
Whither, and which way the wind?
Posted on 26 Aug 2021
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week day 3
To say that the day was challenging would be an understatement
Posted on 25 Aug 2021
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week day 2
All about going the right way
Posted on 24 Aug 2021
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week day 1
Sun, shifts, snakes and ladders
Posted on 23 Aug 2021
Wayfarer UK National Championships at Medway
Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend still hold the title
Posted on 13 Aug 2021
Wayfarer Easterns at Waldringfield
The beautiful River Deben, where there's always breeze and sunshine...
Posted on 13 Jul 2021
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Wayfarer UK Nationals Attendance
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Bough Beech Wayfarer Open
© Sarah Seddon
Bough Beech Wayfarer Open
© Sarah Seddon
Bough Beech Wayfarer Open
© Sarah Seddon
Bough Beech Wayfarer Open
© Sarah Seddon
Bough Beech Wayfarer Open
© Sarah Seddon
Bough Beech Wayfarer Open
© Sarah Seddon
Wayfarer Eastern Championship at Blackwater
© Zoe Nelson
Andrew & Tom Wilson win the Wayfarer Eastern Championship at Blackwater
© Zoe Nelson
Wayfarer Eastern Championship at Blackwater
© Zoe Nelson
Wayfarer Eastern Championship at Blackwater
© Zoe Nelson
Liz Feibusch is recognised as she retires from racing after the Wayfarer Eastern Championship at Blackwater
© Zoe Nelson
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Wayfarer UK Nationals and Europeans 2022 at Arun
© Arun YC
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 day 5
© David Harding / www.sailingscenes.com
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 day 4
© David Harding / www.sailingscenes.com
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 day 3
© David Harding / www.sailingscenes.com
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 day 1
© David Harding / www.sailingscenes.com
Bournemouth Digital Poole Week 2022 day 1
© David Harding / www.sailingscenes.com
Light winds for the Medway Marathon 2022
© Paul Babington
2nd and 3rd in the Medway Marathon 2022
© Paul Babington
Wayfarer start during the Medway Marathon 2022
© Paul Babington
Slow going at the Medway Marathon 2022
© Paul Babington