The International Hansa Class Association is pleased to announce details for the next Hansa Class World and International Championships.
The 2025 Hansa Worlds will be held in Sydney, Australia at Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, from March 17th to 23rd 2025.
Invited classes will be the Hansa 2.3, 303 singles and doubles, Liberty and SKUD 18.
IHCA President Vera Voorbach said: “We are very pleased to announce that Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club will be holding our 2025 Hansa Class World Championships in Sydney, Australia in March 2025. It is equally pleasing to see that all the Hansa classes will be invited to compete in this event, the 2.3, 303, Liberty and SKUD18. This event will see the first time our World Championships have been held in the Southern Hemisphere since 2012.”
“Our open and inclusive championships – combined with the large number of available Hansa boats in Australia – should see impressive fleets, encompassing all abilities at this event. Royal Prince Alfred has a proven track record in inclusion at their yacht club, and the IHCA look forward to working closely with the very experienced team from Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club to deliver a first-class event to our sailors.”
RPAYC is delighted and honoured to have the opportunity to host the next Hansa Class Association World and International Championships in March 2025. RPAYC, with its world-class facilities on the beautiful waters of Pittwater in Northern Sydney, has a long tradition of supporting diversity and inclusiveness in sailing. This includes supporting sailors who have successfully competed in all International Hansa Class Association classes at local, national, world and Olympic events.
The RPAYC, with its expertise and success in the sport of sailing, looks forward to working with the International Hansa Class Association to ensure a quality, excellent and fun regatta for competitors who will be travelling to our club from within Australia and overseas to compete.
Further information regarding this event will be published online shortly.