Ocean Racing Multihull Association

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The Ocean Racing Multihull Association (ORMA) is an international structure created in 1996 by the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) within the sport of sailing which administers the multihull 60 feet classes of sailboats. The association is responsible for defining and updating the class rules for boats, and has the additional aims of co-ordinating events involving these boats, and promoting their use.

Several high-profile yacht races are based around these boats, such as the Route du Rhum, the Transat Jacques Vabre, the Quebec-St Malo and the Single-Handed Trans-Atlantic Race.

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