- a brief history -
- pond boats began to appear in urban parks in the late 1800’s as culture moved from an agrarian to industrial focus
- by the mid 1920’s sailboat racing  in public parks was a common sight and organized by class designs (besides being a mouse chase scene  in Central Park, NYC, in E.B. White’s Stuart Little...)
- the Marblehead Racing Class had the simple basic design requirements of boats 50” in length and no more than 800 square inches of sail area, hence it produced innovative designs
- 2007 marked the 75th Anniversary of the Marblehead Racing Class, and it was celebrated with the Vintage Marblehead National Regatta’s occurrence at Redds Pond, Marblehead, MA, where the class was founded. - Ballast -
- Sublime Boatworks -



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