US 2.4 Meter Racing Sailboat

The 2.4 meter is 13 feet 8 inches long. Designed for competitive sailing, it is easily handled, trailered, launched and stored.

Division: 2.4MR Sail Number: GBR 98 PASCOE, Megan

The 2.4 meter is perhaps the best, most fun single handed boat you will ever sail. It can be as tactical, technical, and fast as you want it to be. In many ways, it is like sailing your own small 12 meter. Anyone who has sailed a 2.4 meter will tell you that they are exciting to sail, very competitive to race, and offer loads of FUN…

The class includes former Americas Cup sailors, one-design champions, disabled sailors, cruising class sailors, and people of all ages and genders who love to sail. The best thing about the 2.4 meter is that each sailor competes on an equal level of sailing ability – not agility. Some have called this boat “the great equalizer” because it really levels the playing field for sailors of all ages and abilities.

 

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Schedule of events

DateEventHostLocation
May 21-22, 2022IceBreakerNational Yacht Club

Event Site
Toronto, Canada
May 15-20European ChampionshipYCIFQuieron, Brittanny, France
June 21-26 ,2022C. Thomas Claggett Jr. Memorial Clinic & Regatta
Event Website
Sail NewportNewport, RI
June 25-26 ,2022CanAm North KickoffNational Yacht Club

Event Site
Toronto, Canada
July 8-10 ,2022Sandy Bay 2.4 meter Invitational
Notice of Race
Sandy Bay Yacht Club

Register Here
Rockport, MA
July 16,17 ,2022CanAm North #2
National Yacht Club

Event Site
Toronto, Canada
August 4-7, 2022Independence Cup
&
U.S. Para Sailing Championship

Website
Judd Goldman Adaptive SailingChicago, IL
August 26-28, 2022CanAm North #3 / Canadian NationalsNational Yacht Club

Event Site
Toronto, Canada
October 8-9, 2022CanAm FinaleNational Yacht Club

Event Site
Toronto, Canada
November 5-12, 20222.4mr World Championships
Event Registration
Davis Island Yacht Club Event websiteDavis Island, FL
August 5-12,20232.4mr World ChampionshipsFinland

 

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