2018 ISCA Masters Worlds Championship and 2018 ISCA Midwinters Announcement

Posted August 04, 2017

Introducing the first Masters Worlds Championship.  ISCA is proud to announce this open event for all sailors who will be at least 40 years of age as of the first day of racing.   Here's your opportunity to race against the best “well-weathered” sailors in the world! 

Future ISCA Master Worlds will be held overseas, as well as in the United States.

Saint Andrews Bay Yacht Club, Panama City FL, will host the inaugural 2018 ISCA Masters Worlds Championship March 18-20, followed by the 2018 ISCA Midwinters March 22-24.

The 2018 Masters Worlds will feature the same traditional 3-day racing format as past International Masters Championships. 

The 2018 Midwinters will qualify the top 2 nations, non-previously qualified, to compete at the 2019 Pan American Games – Lima 2019, in the SunFish™ Class event, subject to the requirements of the Qualification System as defined by the Pan American Sailing Federation (PASAF).

Located in Florida’s Panhandle, St. Andrews Bay YC has an active year-round sailing program and hosted several major regattas in recent years, including the 2008 SunFish™ Midwinters, 2012 F16 Nationals, 2015 A-Cat North Americans, and the 2016 & 2017 Tripp 26 Mid-Winters

Stay tuned for additional Regatta Information and NOR

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