National Access Ding Association of India
National Access Ding Association of India
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The Access 303 is ideal for those sailors who wish to take their sailing more seriously. Compared to the Access 2.3, this boat has a taller rig with the addition of a jib so there are two extra control lines to handle.  A heavier centerboard along with the same steering and similar hull characteristics to the smaller 2.3 ensures these boats are also extremely safe and easy to sail.

The Access 303 will balance perfectly when sailed single-handed, but is still fun and responsive when sailed by two adults. The 303 is an inexpensive, very versatile, exciting, yet very comfortable boat to sail.

There are over 400 Access 303’s sailing in 17 countries and it is an International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Recognised Class.



3.03 m


1.35 m


1.1 m


62 kg (+ Keel 30 kg)

Sail Plan

Mainsail & free standing  self tacking Jib

Sail Area

Total area - 5.8 sq m
Main-4.4sq m              (Reefs to 0.5 )
Jib - 1.4 sq m                   (full roller reefing)


Main - Unstayed 4.75 m
Jib - Unstayed 2.85 m


160 kg

Close Racing at the UK Nationals
Australians prepare for the Access Worlds
303 Champions Ed Gallagher and Sophie Soltys
National Access Ding Association of India
  New Events
Comming Up...
2013 Combined World Championships @ Hussain Sagar
 2010 Combined Access Worlds Announced - GBR
 2007 World Championships in Canada
  Start of Season

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