The International 210 was designed in the late 1940s by C. Raymond Hunt, who had won the Sears Cup while still in his teens. He created the 210 as a larger version of his International 110. The International 210 measures almost 30 feet (9.1m), has a fin-and-bulb keel, and is hard-chined and characterized by its low displacement-to-length ratio. Designed for racing on Massachusetts Bay, the 210 is represented with several fleets in New England and some in the U.S. Midwest. The boat is sailed with two or three people, and class rules permit a single trapeze for one crew member. Over 460 boats have been built. The 210 is now in production at Shaw Yacht.