The Bullseye dates back to a 1914 design by Nat Herreshoff. Production in fiberglass begain in 1949 and included the addition of a cuddy cabin, plus a more modern rig and sailplan with a symmetric spinnaker. This version, which is still raced and produced today, is called the Cape Cod Bullseye. The class held its first nationals championship in 1962 in Larchmont, NY. The Bullseye is raced primarily in the Northeast U.S., although there are strong fleets in Miami and in Key Largo, FL, where the National championship was held in 2000. The Bullseye is usually sailed doublehanded. For more information, read the Bullseye Wikipedia article.