For shipping and logistics information, World Sailing has partnered with GAC Pindar. Please contact Diogo at GAC by email for more information at email@example.com or see the relevant event website.
You must arrange a Visa well in advance of travel and it is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct documentation.<
Visa Invitation Letters
For some Visas, you may be required to provide a letter form the host Nation to support your application. To request a ‘Visa Invitation Letter‘, please contact the local Organising Authority for each event, you will find contact details on their websites, alternatively contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Online Sailor Registration
See Notice of Race Article 4.
See Notice of Race Article 15.
World Sailing is proud of sailing’s reputation as a dope-free sport and continues to work together with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the sailing world to help ensure that the sport can maintain its excellent reputation.
In accordance with The Racing Rules of Sailing, which govern the sport on the water, all sailors are required to comply with the World Sailing Anti-Doping Code, which follows the WADA Anti-Doping Code.
The World Sailing Anti-Doping Code is in force for all competitors and World Sailing is required to undertake doping tests, both in and out of competition. World Sailing has sub-contracted WADA and WADA authorized organizations to undertake a certain number of in and out of competition tests each year.
Learn more about World Sailing’s Anti-Doping activities
Race Rules of Sailing
See The Race Rules of Sailing on the World Sailing website.
Equipment Rules of Sailing
See The Equipment Rules of Sailing on the World Sailing website.
Learn more about World Sailing classes and see rules for specific boat classes on the World Sailing website.