2019 promises to be an exciting season for the Swan 45 Class. With revitalised and pro-active class management, Swan 45 racing will continue appeal to a broad range of yachtsmen. A fundamental philosophy exists within the class to constrain running costs and to reward owners with pleasurable competition. Strictly owner driven, with a limited number of professional sailors onboard and a limited stock of new sails allowed each season, the aim is to ensure racing is close and exciting. The Swan 45 Class benefits from its own PRO and, at each Class event, will race multiple Windward-Leeward races on dedicated courses.
Swan 45 Owner for 5 years, with a long-time knowledge of the class and its Owners and a deep commitment in its development. The President is working closely with the Class Manager and the Technical team and is liaising with the Class Owners’ queries.
Chief Measurer for all Swan One Design Classes, along with other major international classes. RORC Rating Office Technical Consultant, Naval Architect & Build Project Manager. email@example.com
Highly-respected race officer, with considerable experience across the full range of the sport, including Olympic classes, Match-Racing, TP52s, Classics and Superyachts, along with running grand prix level European and World Championships in both one design and handicap fleets.
Responsible for the day-to-day coordination and communication for all Swan One Design Classes, working closely with the Class Presidents and the Technical teams. firstname.lastname@example.org
The current Class Rules were approved in September 2017 and are available here. The Swan 45 Class achieved World Sailing recognised status 2005 allowing it to host an annual World Championship.
The Swan 45 class takes part in The Nations Trophy Leagues, a circuit of events dedicated to all Swan One Design Yachts. You can find here the Overall Ranking of the Nations Trophy Med League 2018 for the Swan 45 Class.