Go Ensign Sailing! - Lyman


Go Ensign Sailing! - Lyman
About the “little big boat”
THE Ensign Cl a ss A ssociation
U S / I n te r n a t i o n a l
•Recreational daysailer for up to seven people
•Competitive racer with skipper plus three crew
•Stable, full keel for smooth handling
•Large cockpit
•Small cuddy cabin for sails and gear
•Positive floatation
•Wood or fiberglass rudder
•Closed-cell foam deck
•Modern internal glass unit
•Roller furler option
Designed by naval architect Carl Alberg
1962 - 1983 - built by Pearson Yachts
1995 - present - built by Ensign Spars, Inc.
Coast Guard Approved
American Sailboat Hall of Fame 2002 Inductee
“It might not be the first boat you buy
but it will be the last boat you own!”
Go Ensign Sailing!
About The People
The Ensign Class Association
Founded in 1962, the objectives of the Ensign Class
Association are: To promote and develop Ensign Class
racing under uniform rules; To rigidly maintain the onedesign features of the Ensign; To promote use of the
Ensign as a family boat for recreational sailing;
To educate the public, and particularly the youth, in
sailing and in sailboat racing, with emphasis on safe
boat handling and the use of the proper and necessary
equipment for sailboats.
•Largest one design full keel class
•One of the oldest Class associations in the US
•40+ Active fleets across the US
•International members worldwide
•Strictly maintained one design features
•Regional and National Championships
•Midwinter Championship
•Numerous Perpetual Trophies
•Youth Sponsorship Program
• Newsletters
The Ensign Class Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization directed by the ECA members,
the ECA Commodore, Governing Board Officers, Rear
Commodores, Regional Commanders, Fleet Captains
and several Commodore-appointed committees.
For current officers and more information Visit www.ensignclass.com
We’ve got the BEST thing going!