CSA Rating Rules
All boats in the CSA Monohull classes must have a valid 2016 digitally-certified CSA rating certificate. All boats in the CSA Bareboat classes must have a valid 2016 digitally-certified CSA bareboat certificate. Boats in Multihull classes must have a valid 2016 digitally-certified CSA multihull certificate.
Boats requiring CSA measurement in Antigua should contact either of the CSA Official Measurers listed below by no later than Noon on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Measurement of boats in time for Registration cannot be guaranteed after that time. Full details of CSA Rules, Amendments and Official Measurers can be obtained from www.caribbean-sailing.com or contact your local CSA Measurer or the Regatta Organising Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSA Official Measurers in Antigua are:
All multihull entries must obtain a CSA multihull rating at www.caribbean-sailing.com by no later than Noon on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 in order to race. All information submitted is subject to verification by the multihull measurer. Bareboat charter companies will take care of obtaining a rating for all multihull bareboats.
CSA measurement can be done in advance in most islands throughout the Caribbean. For more information visit www.caribbean-sailing.com.