HRH The Prince Philip, Patron of the International Cadet Class
For many decades His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, was the Patron of the International Cadet Class. As a sailor and naval officer his heart was at sea. And for kids to have the opportunity to immerse themselves in his own favourite pastime was a great joy to him. Of course His Royal Highness was present when...Read More
Eight bells for Prince Philip, Patron of the International Cadet Class…
“It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.”
Our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family.
If you wish to organise an International Cadet World Championship you may download a special document that the ICC has compiled: Protocol for Major Events including World, Continental and Regional Championships (version August 2023).
This Protocol contains everything you need to know to set up a successful event. If you need further information please don’t hesitate to...Read More
The new model Buoyancy Card (issue 2017) can be ordered from the Secretariat by National Cadet Class (NCC) secretaries. They cost €2.00* apiece and are generally sold by your NCC for €5.00.
Please note: change of ownership of the boat invalidates this certificate and the new owner should at once, in his own interest, advise his NCC, who will issue a new certificate.
When a Cadet is built and measured for the first time it will receive its official World Sailing Plaque (see photo). This plaque is affixed in the boat and should be plainly visible. These plaques can be obtained by boat builders from the Secretariat at a rate of €60, the price of which is determined by the General Assembly (August 2017). Plaques are not sold to individual sailors or...Read More
Certified sails shall have an official International Cadet Class button or label (for example the well-known green button, left) fixed to the mainsail and headsail near the tack, and the spinnaker near the head, before the sail is certified.
Currently, started at the Cadet World Championship 2022 in Australia, the Class issues numbered, blue sail labels for new sails (a...Read More