Sabot History. The following extract from the first Australian Championship Programme is the first evidence that can be found of how the Sabot Class was established.
The Sabot is a sailing dinghy that is sailed and raced singlehandedly usually by young sailors in various parts of the world.
Sabot is a 4 'x 8' dinghy. As best as I can determine it was designed by CG MacGregor and published in Rudder magazine in 1939. There was some kind of a follow up or change (?) in Rudder in 1942.
CGD9 SABOT Unit 1 Outline (Doc): A brief review of Boat Handling with two underway exercises. This should be the first SABOT lesson taught. This outline is used in the “SABOT Boat Handling” power point presentation.
Welcome to the home of SQSA. The South Queensland Sabot Association (SQSA) represents the Sabot sailing dinghy class from Southport to Yeppoon. Members include sailors, parents and clubs who are enthusiastic participants in Sabot sailing.