International Marblehead

Summary

The International Marblehead is a class of radio controlled sailing yacht used for competitive racing. It is a measurement controlled class administered by the International Radio Sailing Association.

As a designated International IRSA class it is entitled to hold World Championships officially recognised by the International Sailing Federation. A Marblehead has a maximum length of 1290 mm and a maximum draught of ca 700 mm, but no minimum displacement. Up to six rigs are allowed, the tallest being about 2200 mm.

EventsEdit

World ChampionshipsEdit

Gold Silver Bronze
 
1998, Viry-Châtillon
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Rad (Own Design)
  Guillermo BELTRI (ESP)
  Janusz WALICKI (GER)
 
2000, Los Narejos
  Guillermo BELTRI (ESP)
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Rok (Own Design)
  Janusz WALICKI (GER)
 
2002, Ravenna
  Guillermo BELTRI (ESP)
Skapel Mk4
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Prime Number (Own Design)
  Martin ROBERTS (GBR)
 
2006, Fleetwood
  Martin ROBERTS (GBR)
Starkers 2
  Ante KOVACEVIC (CRO)
Prime Number
  Zvonko JEALACIC (CRO)
Rok
 
2012, Ploërmel
  Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Grunge (Own Design)
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Prime Numbers (Own Design)
  Martin ROBERTS (GBR)
Starkers 2
 
2014, Gouda
  Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Grunge (Own Design)
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Quark (Own Design)
  Ante KOVACEVIC (CRO)
Quark
 
2016, Lake Garda
  Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Grunge (Own Design)
  Matteo Longhi (ITA)
UNKNOWN
  Graham BANTOCK (GBR)
Quark (Own Design)
 
2018, Biblis[1]
  Brad GIBSON (GBR)
Grunge (Own Design)
  Christophe Boisnault (FRA)
Grunge (Brad Gibson)
  Peter STOLLERY (GBR)
Up (Roger Stollery)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://worlds2018.marbleheadclass.org/results

External linksEdit

  • International Radio Sailing Association Website
  • ISAF Marblehead Microsite Website