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International 110 Deck Layout


The vang is double-ended, allowing the skipper to easily play it in the puffs. The 12:1 cascade system lets the skipper quickly depower the main without taking his eyes off the racecourse.



Mainsheet System

The mainsheet is cleated on the Barney Post located in the middle of the boat and can be easily reached from a full hike. This is a great feature because you can keep the boat on its feet in a big breeze.


Underdeck Furler

Having the furler drum belowdeck keeps the tack height nice and low. The hoistable swivel allows the skipper to quickly adjust the luff tension on the large 150% genoa.


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Class History

Celebrating 75 years, this slim, 24-foot, double-ender designed by Raymond Hunt is a cult classic, with all the go fasts needed to satisfy the most demanding sailor: trapeze, bow-launched asymmetrical or symmetrical chute, and jib roller furler all make this greyhound sizzle. Sailed with two crew, the 110 points like a champ and is born to plane. Its large roomy cockpit and bulb keel provide stability, even in the stiffest of breezes, making this seaworthy superstar a blast to sail and a great choice for sailors of all ages and skill levels.

For information on a new International 110, contact Westease Yacht Service, Inc., Saugatuck, MI. www.110class.com

International 110 Class 


Boat Specifications

LOA: 24'0"
LWL: 17'6"
Beam: 4'2"
Draft: 2'9"
Dspl: 910 lb
Mast height: 23'0"
Sail area: 157 sq. ft.
Spinnaker: 100 sq. ft.


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