If you want the experience of sailing next to some of the most beautiful yachts ever designed, you've got to join us for the Corinthian Classic Yacht Regatta - presented by Doyle Sailmakers - in Marblehead.
We've been drawing gorgeous yachts for a couple of decades now and this year will be no different. There's plenty to see, plenty of sea room, and complimentary moorings.
The CCYR will be held August 13th & 14th.
The CCYR offers five categories of participation:
- Vintage (V): Yachts designed before January 1, 1950 that have been built, maintained, or restored with materials and methods consistent with the original design.
- Classic (C): Yachts designed on or after January 1, 1950 and before January 1, 1980 that are built primarily of wood, aluminum or steel, that have been maintained or restored with materials and methods consistent with their original design, and whose rudders are attached to the trailing edge of the keel with at least one pivot point on the sternpost, and that are rated by CRF with Keel Type 5 or 6.
- Modern Classic (MC); yachts that meet at least one of the following criteria:
A) Yachts with design date on or after January 1, 1950 and prior to January 1, 1980, whose rudders are separated from the trailing edge of the keel, that are rated by CRF with Keel Types 2, 3, or 4
B) Yachts that otherwise qualify for the Classic or Vintage divisions but that employ construction
materials and methods that are not consistent with their original design, or that are not primarily built
of wood, aluminum, or steel. Determination of 'construction materials and methods that are not
consistent with their original design' to be at discretion of the TC.
C) Yachts that otherwise qualify for Classic or Vintage divisions, but that have been extensively
modified from their original design. Determination of 'extensively modified' to be at discretion of the
D) Yachts with design date on or after January 1, 1980, that are rated by CRF with Keel Types 5 or 6.
- Spirit of Tradition (SoT): Yachts designed on or after January 1, 1980 that embody recognizable
connections to classic yacht or traditional workboat elements in hull shape and deck and superstructure shape, style and features, whose rudders are separated from the trailing edge of the keel, that are rated by CRF with Keel Types 1, 2, 3, or 4. A SoT yacht need not be constrained by restrictions on rigging, equipment, or construction methods and materials.
- Contemporary (CT): Yachts that do not meet the qualifications for Vintage, Classic, Modern Classic, or Spirit of Tradition divisions.
A full set of Corinthian Classic Yacht Regatta rules are available on our website.
A 2022 CRF Rating Certificate will be the standard and required for all boats. We will assist anyone without a rating to easily secure a certificate. You can register for a new certificate here: CRF site
Don't miss the opportunity to be a part of a great classic yachting event. Join us in Marblehead for the Corinthian Classic on August 13th and 14th.
Instructions to enter can be found on our website at www.corinthianclassic.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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