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American Schooner Association  American Schooner Association 
American Schooner Association
The American Schooner Association, founded in 1972, is a national organization whose members are owners of schooners and other traditionally rigged vessels, as well as sailors and other individuals and organizations interested in preserving and promoting the virtues of these rigs.
http://www.amschooner.org/

ITMA 
ITMA
The International 12 Metre Class Website
http://www.12mrclass.com/

I.S.A.F. 
I.S.A.F.
International Sailing Federation Website
http://www.sailing.org/

Freundeskreis Klassische Yachten 
Freundeskreis Klassische Yachten
The German Classic Yacht Club - an initiative of 1000 enthusiasts - seeks to capture the growing interest in old yachts and to encourage and bring together all those friendly people who are interested in the preservation of classic yachts for whatever reason, be it their own lifestyle, passion for old boats or just their view of the world.
http://www.fky.org/english.htm

US Sailing 
US Sailing
National Governing Body of Sailing in the U.S.
http://www.ussailing.org/

IEMA 
IEMA
The International Eight Metre Association The Eight Metres have traditionally been the dayboats of the aristocrats and captains of industry. Royal families of Spain, Norway and Sweden raced in these yachts and the class has always attracted colourful people who want the very best.
http://www.8mr.org/

International Canoe 
International Canoe
The IC is simply one of the fastest singlehanded boats afloat. This derives from its unique design, adopting the narrow hull form inherited from its ancient canoe origins, together with the famous sliding seat.
http://www.intcanoe.org.uk/

J Class Association 
J Class Association
The J Class has its roots in the oldest sporting race in the world, The America's Cup. This International Event was born from an annual race around the Isle of Wight, hosted by the Royal Yacht Squadron and called the 100 Guinea Cup. In 1851, an overseas yacht was allowed to participate for the first time. The yacht "America" was built that year to an innovative new design and had sailed to the Solent in search of racing.
http://www.jclassyachts.com/

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