The T-10 Class is pleased to announce the addition of two sailmakers to our Supporting Sailmaker program. Nielson Sailmakers is based in Racine, WI and Evolution Sails is a New Zealand based sailmaker with a loft in Chicago, IL. Please check out the Supporting Sailmaker page for more information.
Due to the T-10 Class Officers getting spam email and text messages from their contact info being posted to the tten.com website, we’ve removed the contact information and added a Contact page that sends a message to the Class President. We hope this does not excessively inconvenience any class members or prospective members.
An updated version of the T-10 Class Rules (ver 2018.e) has been posted to the website. This new version incorporates the Compact/Dyform standing rigging rule change that was approved by class vote on 28 February, 2018.
17 T-10s from all over the Great Lakes converged on Port Huron this past weekend for the 2018 T-10 North American Championship. Nick Ward and Greg Kinney were the co-chairs of the event and their boat Perfect Villain was the class of the fleet, scoring 5 bullets, a second and third place and 2 sixth place finishes for a total of 22 points. Scott Irwin's Team IBall finished second with points and Hanson Bratton's TAZ scored 42 points for third place. Heidi Backus' Nuts was the fourth place boat and first overall Corinthian racer.
Congrats to all the racers, Nick and Greg as co-chairs, PRO Matt Bounds and Port Huron Yacht Club for hosting. See everyone in Mentor, Ohio for the 2019 T-10 North American Championship!