50 Years of Tempest

The Tempest is celebrating the 50th year since Ian Proctor built the first Tempest for the Olympic trials and is still a great boat to race and have fun in.

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First event of the year

Tempest à Pâque, St Rapheal on the Mediterranean 3rd-5th April was won by SPRANGER Christian & KOPP Christopher (GER 1128)

Next Event - Tempest Cup (SP-Regatta) Simssee 18/19 April

Cornelia & Ruedi CHRISTEN win the World Championships

The Swiss couple Christen/Christen won the Tempest Worlds 2014 on Lake Como (Italy). It was the first time that a helmswoman has beaten all other competitors. After having finished 3. (2012) and 2. (2013), the Christens now topped their results from previews years.

Boats for Sale

If you are wanting to join the tempest family or just change your boat the link below is the latest list of boats for sail

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International Tempest

The Tempest is a one design two man high performance keelboat with a trapeze.  It was designed by Ian Proctor for the 1965 trials for the new Olympic Keelboat, which it won convincingly.

The class has since progressed with the times, including a new deck and cockpit layout and changing the construction from GRP to a foam sandwich. In the last few years the rules have allowed a bigger spinnaker, longer spinnaker pole and the use of epoxy resin in the construction of the hull.