About Marshall Sanderling Class Association
The Sanderling is a common sense daysailer/weekender offering a spacious cockpit and roomy cabin unrivaled by any boat of similar length. Easy to single hand, sail with kids, or sail across the bay with four or five friends. Her size, stability, and self bailing cockpit allow her to withstand some of the most challenging conditions you may encounter. She is a quick, responsive, one-design which is being raced in ever growing fleets in the Chesapeake, New Jersey, and New England.
The Sanderling is one of the oldest continuously produced fiberglass boats on the market with over 860 of them built since 1962.
Boats Produced: Over 800
Class boat builder(s):
Approximately how many boats are in the USA/North America? Over 200
Where is your One-Design class typically sailed in the USA? List regions of the country:
Does this class have a spinnaker or gennaker? No
Ideal combined weight of range of crew: 450#
Boat Designed in 1962
Weight of rigged boat without sails: 2200#
Draft: 19″board up & 4′ 4″ board down
Mast Height: 25′