About United States Wayfarer Association
With a Wayfarer, you can do it all –
* Learn to Sail
* Day-sail or Cruise to Adventures
* Race with spinnakers
It easily tows, launches from trolleys, fits in a garage.
Originally designed by Ian Proctor in 1957, Hartley boats has reimagined the class thanks to Phil Morrison with Mark 4’s. This amazing design has sailed from Scotland to Iceland – you’re invited to read about Frank Dye’s adventures for the ultimate cruising adventurer with a Wayfarer.
In the United States, we host a U.S. National Regatta and Easterns, and every other year a North American Wayfarer Regatta shared with our Canadian Wayfarer Association. Every three years there is an International Competition.
Boats Produced: 13000
Class boat builder(s):
Approximately how many boats are in the USA/North America? 950 USA and 1000 CAN
Where is your One-Design class typically sailed in the USA? List regions of the country:
South Eastern Michigan
Does this class have a spinnaker or gennaker? Yes
Ideal combined weight of range of crew: 350
Portsmouth Yardstick Rating: 1102
Boat Designed in 1957
Weight of rigged boat without sails: 372
Mast Height: 22’7″