Racing Schedule for 2023

International 110 Fleet #14-Fleet Captain Stewart Craig

2023 Summer Racing Schedule

June 9        Around the Island - New York Yacht Club

June 17      110 Tune Up - Hull YC.  High Tide 11:45 AM

July 1         110 District Championship - Hull YC.  High Tide 10:09 AM

July 8-9      Saratoga Lake Sailing Club Y Flyer invitational - Saratoga Springs, NY

July 22-23  110 Atlantic Coast Championship Hull YC.  High Tides 3:25 PM & 4:04 PM 

August 3     Eggemoggin Reach Regatta - Brooklyn, ME

August 12    Boston Bay Challenge Cup - Hull YC.  High Tide 9:30 AM

Aug 21-25   110 Nationals - Herreshoff Marine Museum, Bristol, RI

Sept 3          Around the Island Race - Conanicut YC, Jamestown, RI

Sept 16        Great Chase Race - Hull YC. High Tide 1:01 PM 

Sept 24        110 Last Chance - Hull YC. High Tide 7:10 PM 


Note: High Tides listed for Hull events.  Launch or haul on HYC hoist +/- 2.5 hours either side of high tide. 


If you would like to learn more about 110’s please contact Fleet Captain Stew Craig stewartmcraig@gmail.com or Charlie O’Connor@charlesdevoeoconnor@gmail.com


110 Class: A community at work

Published on September 14th, 2021

Source: Joe Berkeley, Scuttlebutt

It’s not the biggest one design class – the International 110 organization is rather small. But what it lacks in numbers, which could be temporary, it makes up in spirit.

A t-shirt states, “Smoke a J, Sail a 110.” An ad campaign asks, “Honey, what are the ugly people doing today? Look! They’re sailing 110s.” The class website claims the boat to be the “world’s first sportboat.”

After a one-year postponement due to COVID, the 2021 International 110 US Nationals were hosted by the Hull Yacht Club in Hull, MA. And as is the case for any class closing in on its centennial, and all good classes, it is a committed community at work.

The Craig family (aka Clan Craig) organized it all on September 7-10 with the assistance of other Hull Yacht Club members who were declared honorary Craig family members for the duration of the event. While the budget for the event was limited, the creativity was not.

Five-time National Champion Tom Craig hand crafted the keeper trophies from his vast collection of vintage 110 parts, which he had been collecting for decades.

The trophies were made from bronze winches, bronze shroud-car tracks, and recycled wooden 110 masts. The wooden bases for the trophies were crafted from trees that were felled by arborist Ben Craig, also a former National Champion, and one of Tom and Ann Craig’s four kids. Tote bags were sewn by hand from old 110 sails by Again and Again out of Gloucester, Massachusetts and were awarded via a random drawings.

Following the world class hospitality at the 2019 110 Nationals in Inverness, California, the Hull fleet was determined to put on a lobster bake. Commodore O’Connor, who is known for his Hearty Goodfellowship, led the charge in the kitchen. Captain Peter Mahoney of the Fishing Vessel Windemere provided live, local lobsters and the fleet feasted like Kings and Queens.

International 110 President Milly Biller reported strong growth on the west coast and a desire to build boats. Under the leadership of Technical Chair Ross Weene of Rodger Martin Design, the class is reviewing a variety of options, including a kit boat using CNC cut parts.

Steve Clark, the former owner of Vanguard, was the prodigal son. He grew up sailing 110s in Buzzards Bay and returned to the class with new energy and new ideas on how to build boats. For this double-ended trapezer, spirit lives on

Details: https://110class.com/