The Cherub is a two-person 12 foot racing dinghy with asymmetric spinnaker and twin trapezes. Just twelve feet long, weighing around 70kgs fully rigged for sailing, the Cherub combines spectacular performance with the “on the edge” handling characteristics only found in true lightweight skiffs.
The Cherub rules are simple and allow for maximum flexibility for designers, allowing boats to be created to incorporate sailor's own ideas. Also meaning the class develops over time as techniques, materials and ideas improve. All this makes the Cherub one of the most interesting and innovative of all dinghies: The challenge extends from the sailing skills to setting up the boat to suit the sailor, and maybe even designing and building, too.
The Cherub class is delighted to confirm that our 2018 Nationals will be hosted by Pembrokeshire Yacht Club in Milford Haven from August 31 to September 2nd. The racing will take place to the west of the club off Sandy Haven accessed by easy launching from a wide beach in front of the club
The class last visited this venue 10 years ago with a fleet of almost 30 boats
More details to follow. Forum thread HERE
First view of calendar posted in events section of the Forum . Please note the comment re Weston. Suggestions welcome.