A new CRF certificate is required annually and is valid for the calendar year during which it is issued. All yachts competing in a classic regatta must have a CRF certificate for the current year.Current CertificatesTo view all CRF certificates, visit the CRF database and search by Owner’s Name, Boat Name, Boat Class, or Record Date.
In 2021 all yachts competing in a classic regatta will need a new certificate ($50 per certificate with a $25 rush charge after June 1). We also invite all owners and crew to join the Classic Yacht Owners Association (CYOA). We need your support so that CYOA can continue to support owners with rating rule administration, event management and owner advocacy.
Errors and uncertainties occur especially when dealing with transposing numbers and old boats. If you have questions about the data on your certificate or any other CRF MkII certificate, please contact the CRF Technical committee using the data inquiry form.
Keel Types and Descriptions
Rig Types and Descriptions
Frequently Asked Questions
The Classic Yacht Owners Association is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(C) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions and membership fees are tax deductible. Employer Identification Number: 81-285925
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