The Tasar is the fastest, lightest, most responsive dinghy in the world that needs neither spinnaker nor trapeze to achieve its incredible performance in all wind conditions. The boat offers a great opportunity to learn finer sailing techniques of larger boats due to the many fine trim options available. Designed to be sailed by two, the boat is still very comfortable with three providing a good opportunity for new people to sailing out on the water and directly involved.
The club ownes 3 tasars which are stored at WSC.
For more information and further descriptions see: Tasar.org
The Laser dinghy is one of the most popular single handed dinghies with over 190,000 produced and sailed around the world. This has been recognised by the class’s inclusion at the Olympics. The design emphasizes simplicity and performance making it an exciting boat to sail. The varying sail plan (size of sail) allows the boat to be sailed by people with varying weights. This makes the boat usable to everyone in different condition. The Laser class attracts large fleets making it a great boat for racing at every level.
The club owns 6 lasers which are stored at WSC.
For more information and further descriptions see: Laser National Links | Laser Wikipedia
The club's windsurfers are based around the wally one design class board. They are great starter board for beginners while providing enough performance for those who have the experience to enjoy the speed that windsurfers offer. Although windsurfers can seem tricky at first, with a bit of concentration its possible to master the basics in a relatively short time. Windsurfers are a great starting platform for developing wind awareness which is so important in all sailing and wind related sports. Although there is currently no windsurfer racing run from WSC it would be possible to race through other clubs.
The club has a substantial amount of windsurfing gear. The club owns 8 Windsurfer One Design (Wally) Board along with a number of more high performance short boards.