The calendar say it's almost June but it hasn't felt much like summer. Don't worry, summer is coming. Honest! So is the Corinthian Classic Yacht Regatta, August 10 & 11.
CCYR Details & Highlights:
- This regatta is a blast and easy to sail!
- Reasonable entry fee includes mooring for Friday and Saturday nights
- The racing is done in "Pursuit" format – much less pressure at the start
***A 2019 CRF III Classic Rating Formula will be required for all boats and we will assist anyone without a rating to easily secure a certificate: Click to view the CRF site
The CCYR offers four categories of participation:
- Vintage: Yachts designed before January 1, 1950 and built, maintained, and restored with materials and
methods reasonably consistent with the original design
- Classic: Yachts designed on or after January 1, 1950 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 MkII with Keel Type 5 or Type 6.
- Modern Classic: Yachts designed on or after January 1, 1950 and typically before January 1, 1975, whose rudders are separated from the trailing edge of the keel and that are rated by CRF MkII as Keel Type 3 or Type 4.
- Spirit of Tradition: Yachts typically designed on or after January 1, 1975 whose rudders are separated from the trailing edge of the keel and that are rated by CRF MkII as Keel Type 1,2,3,or 4, and whose design embodies an appreciation of classic yacht or traditional workboat shapes and aesthetics. There are no restrictions on rigging, equipment, or construction materials and methods for Spirit of Tradition (SoT) yachts.
This event has become a "must do" on the Classic Yacht Circuit. This is an event you don't want to skip. Start planning now. Instructions to enter can be found on our website at www.corinthianclassic.org.
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