|Hull weight||44 kg (97 lb)|
|LOA||4.55 m (14.9 ft)|
1.35 m (4.4 ft)|
2.35 m (7.7 ft) (with racks)
|Mainsail area||11.08 m2 (119.3 sq ft)|
|Spinnaker area||15.5 m2 (167 sq ft) (Spinnaker)|
The Musto Skiff is a single-handed sailing skiff with a length of 4.55 m. It features a trapeze, asymmetrical spinnaker, wings and low weight and achieves speeds of over twenty knots, which makes it one of the fastest single-handed sailing boats.
It was designed in 1999 for the 2000 Olympic Class trials in Quiberon by Joachim Harpprecht, where it won every race in the single-handed dinghy competition. Since then, the class has attained World Sailing international status and is sailed in 20 countries worldwide. It is built by Ovington Boats Ltd in England. At the time of the design, the concept of a single-handed skiff was first met with scepticism by many observers, very similar to the initial reaction after the introduction of the 49er in 1996. The boat remains challenging to sail, and really shows its strengths when raced. World Championships occur annually and regularly usually attract in excess of 70 sailors from over 10 nations. The Class Association makes considerable effort to provide top-quality coaching to new members to improve their skill levels. The boat has become more accessible due to both the healthy availability of secondhand boats and the longevity of the boat and its components, which is testament to the lengthy development process initially, the quality of the boat build and the readiness of the Class Association to respond to feedback from its members.
In 2016, the class association agreed to rebranding as the 'Musto Skiff'.
|2007 Malcesine||Richard Stenhouse (GBR)||Ian Turnbull (GBR)||Ian Trotter (GBR)|
|2008 St Moritz||Richard Stenhouse (GBR)||Roger Oswald (SUI)||Graeme Oliver (GBR)|
|2011 Black Rock||Daniel Henderson (GBR)||Bruce Keen (GBR)||Markus Hamilton (AUS)|
|2012 Weymouth and Portland||Bruce Keen (GBR)||Richard Stenhouse (GBR)||Tom Wright (GBR)|
|2014 Perth||Jon Newman (AUS)||Marcus Hamilton (AUS)||Thor Schoenhoff (AUS)|
|2015 Riva del Garda||Bruce Keen (GBR)||Jon Newman (AUS)||Dan Trotter (GBR)|
|2016 Carnac||Andi Lachenschmid (GER)||George Hand (GBR)||Dave Poston (GBR)|
|2017 Palma||Frithjof Schwerdt (GER)||Bruce Keen (GBR)||Andy Tarboton (RSA)|
|2018 Blairgowrie||Jon Newman (AUS)||Will Phillips (AUS)||Jamie Hilton (GBR)|