Designed by naval architect Charles Raymond "Ray" Hunt, the 24-foot (7.3m) 110 was first built in 1939 in Marblehead, Massachusetts. It has a long, narrow, canoe-shaped hull, hard-chined and flat-bottomed, with a bulb keel. When raced one-design, it sails with a spinnaker. A trapeze is permitted. The 110's speed earns it a low Portsmouth rating. Although it is normally raced with two people, the boat can also take three. Over 700 hulls have been built, and old wooden hulls can still win national competitions against the newer fiberglass boats. The majority of active fleets are in the northern U.S., but there are also fleets in Florida, California and Hawaii. For more information, read the 110 Wikipedia article.
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|#||Fleet Name||Location||Primary Yachtclub|
|7||Fleet 7||Holland, MI||Macatawa Bay YC|
|10||Fleet 10||Ocean City, NJ||Ocean City YC|
|12||Fleet 12||New London, CT||Thames YC|
|14||Fleet 14||Hull, MA||Hull YC|
|16||Fleet 16||Oahu, HI||Kaneohe YC|
|28||Fleet 28||Chicago, IL||Chicago CYC|
|36||Fleet 36||Bay City, MI||Bay City YC|
|46||Fleet 46||Dayville, CT|
|54||Fleet 54||Newport, RI||Ida Lewis YC|
|56||Fleet 56||Inverness, CA||Inverness YC|