SM40 – 2 boats
The SM40 was created by legendary Swedish designer Pelle Petterson, who designed and helmed Sweden’s Sverige challengers for the America’s Cup in 1977 and 1980. Petterson wanted to create a yacht that is inexpensive to build and maintain, easily commissioned and decommissioned and is transportable in standard 40-foot containers. The boat provides enough performance to be interesting to spectators and sailors alike.
The boat is 12 metres long and weighs 3760 kg. It is sailed by five to six people and is a pure blooded match racing boat.
These boats are also available for corporate charter.
Elliott 6m – 6 boats
Designed by New Zealander Greg Elliott. Boat is 6 meters long and weighs 635 kg. It is sailed by three peope.The Elliott is designed with match racing in mind and the boat was selected as an Olympic Class for Womens Match Racing in 2008. The Audi Match Race Team Finland with helmsman Silja Lehtinen, reprsenting both HSS and NJK, took a bronze medal at the London Olympics 2012. The boats at Audi HSS Sailing Center were used by the team and their sparring partners at the Sailing Centre between 2009 and 2012. The boats are in very active use at the Sailing centre.
606 – 6 boats
Designed in 1969 by the Swedish designer legend Pelle Petterson. It is 6.06 meters long, weighs 555kg and is sailed by two or three people. There is an active 606 class in Finland, which means that there is plenty of competitive sailing with this boat. At HSS 606’s are used mainly for fleet racing.
- Video of 606s in action
Laser 16 – 8 boats
Designed in 1986 is a 5 meter, 250 kg boat which is sailed by three to four people. It is a popular training boat at many sailing academies because it is relatively easy to sail, but also enables people to develop their skill to a high level.
- Video of our boat out cruising