MSSA Racing Information
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MSSA yacht racing involves competitive sailing in yachts in the twenty to fifty foot range. We conduct our races in four divisions (2 spinnaker, 2 jib-and-main) under the PHRF handicap system which theoretically renders all boats competitive regardless of design, size, or vintage. Generally thirty races of various types will be held between May and October (which does not include small boat and frostbiting events). Distances will vary from two to forty miles, while starting times will range from weekday evenings to weekends.
Our races are typically conducted in the waters immediately adjacent to Mount Sinai Harbor, with courses including both club-maintained and Government marks as indicated in the course chart below.
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- 2023 Race Schedule
- MSSA Sailing Instructions
- MSSA Committee Boat Responsibilities
- Racing marks used by MSSA
- MSSA Courses
- American Cancer Society Regatta
- YRALIS PHRF Regulations 2023
- MSSA PHRF Database