Welcome to the CFJ Class Association website. This site is intended to provide information for class members, event organizers and anyone interested in learning more about the CFJ Class.The CFJ Class is the largest double-handed junior dinghy class in Southern California with large fleets in San Diego, Newport Beach, LA/LB Harbor, Marina del Rey and Santa Barbara. Smaller fleets are active in the San Francisco area. We realize that the CFJ is being sailed in other states and would like to learn more about where and in what numbers. If you came to our site and did not find what you were looking for please send mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership Period July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020
Join or Renew Your Membership
to print a membership form or register a boat with the class.
Current Class Membership is required for CFJ Nationals, So Cal Junior Olympics & Shadden Series
Memberships are valid for one year from July 1 – June 30.
Need help? Send an email to Mette Segerblom, CFJ Class Secretary .
2019 CFJ NATIONALS
Mission Bay Yacht Club
July 25-28, 2019
The entry fee is $150 for entries received by Friday, July 18.
Thereafter, until the entry deadline on Tuesday, July 23,
the entry fee is $225.
2018 CFJ Nationals Champions
Christopher Kayda & Claire Whicker – SBYC
2018 CFJ Nationals Complete Results
2017 CFJ National Champions
Jack Egan-SDYC & Tanner Chapko-CorYC
2017 CFJ Nationals Complete Results
2016 CFJ National Champions
Cameron Feves and Jake Zieba/CBYC
2016 CFJ Nationals Complete Results
2015 CFJ National Champions
Roberto Stevens DRYC and Jodie Jacobs SBYSF
2015 CFJ Nationals Complete Results
2014 CFJ National Champions
Sean Segerblom and Briggs D’Eliscu/NHYC
2014 CFJ Nationals Complete Results
2013 CFJ National Champions
Christohper Weiss & Dot Obel Del Rey Yacht Club
2013 Complete Results
Christopher Weiss & Dot Obel
Del Rey Yacht Club
2012 Complete Results 2012 Photos by Tom Walker
2011 Complete Results 2011 Photos by Steve Jost
2010 Complete Results
2011 & 2012 CFJ Nationals Champions
Scott Sinks/SDYC and Greer Wattson/NHYC