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What is a Tasar?

The Tasar was designed to be sailed by a man and a woman and it delivers exciting performance without using either spinnaker or trapeze. The hull has a fine angle at the bow to reduce wave impact drag with unusually clean and sharp chines aft to ensure very free planing and outstanding stability. The foam cored hull is stiff and light and the advanced hull shape, together with an innovative rig which combines a rotating mast with a fully battened main sail, allows the Tasar to plane upwind with the crew normally hiked. The wide beam and a cockpit designed for comfortable hiking make the Tasar easy, fun and very exciting to sail in winds up to 25 knots.


  • Length overall: 4.52m
  • Waterline length: 4.27mBeam: 1.75m
  • Weight: Hull, fully rigged without spars, sails or foils: 68 kg
  • Crew: Two, design crew weight 133 kg minimum crew weight for racing 130kg (When boats are sailed by crews weighing less than this, ballast is carried to equalize performance.)
  • Mainsail: Mylar - 8.31 sq. m.
  • Jib: Mylar - 3.57 sq. m.

Useful Sites

Australian Tasar Council
International Sailing Federation (ISAF)