Jake Lilley

Club, State, National and International Regattas - Calendar and reports 



Finn class measurments, rules, tuning and rigging guides


The Finn has been an Olympic Class since the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki, so it has a very rich history


Finn sailing: is sailing at it's best

Welcome to the official home page of the International Finn Association of Australia Inc.


The Finn dinghy fills the slot for the heavyweight dinghy event in the Olympic Games.


Designed in 1949 by Rickard Sarby it was first sailed at the Olympics in 1952 in Helsinki. It has since been sailed at every Olympic Games and has again been selected for Tokyo in 2020.

The Finn class has seen it's biggest growth rate in Australia in recent years with an increase in masters and club sailors as well as aspiring Olympians

The Finn Gold Cup (World Sailing Championships) will be held at the Royal Brighton Yacht Club in Melbourne, from 13th - 21st December 2019.


This year's Finn World Masters Championship will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.


For juniors there is an annual world championship called, the Finn Silver Cup, (U23 Worlds) which will be held in conjunction with the Gold Cup in Melbourne.