Global spread, equipment longevity and youth appeal

As the following brief glimpse of Finn class activity reveals, there are a growing number of nations and record level entries in many events across the world. 2018 has been another epic season for the Finn class. At a time when sailing is reported by many to be in decline, the Finn class is continuing to expand. It provides a level of performance, accessibility and ambition that is hugely attractive across the age range and across many nations. Not only are the senior fleets as deep and competitive as they have been for a generation, but there is continuous growth in youth appeal, and exponential growth in Masters fleets across the world. Love for the Finn is as strong as ever.

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2019 Finn Gold Cup at Royal Brighton Yacht Club

PRESS RELEASE by RBYC: Royal Brighton Yacht Club (RBYC), one of the premier yacht clubs on Victoria's Port Phillip Bay, RBYC is extremely proud to announce that the club is to host the 2019 Finn Gold Cup from 13th to 21st December 2019. RBYC working with Sail Melbourne and the Australian Finn Class Association with funding support from Visit Victoria and the Victorian State Government, has been able to secure this major sailing event for the State.

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