Dear National Administrators and EXCOM Members,
The deadline for National Cadet Class Associations (“NCCAs”) to vote on this year’s (2019) Rule Change proposals has now passed and I can report on the result. Votes were cast by five NCCAs; BEL, CZE, GBR, GER and NED. Under Clause 12.4 of the Constitution, for a proposal to be carried it must be supported by two thirds of the votes...Read More
Current Measurement FormsSince World Sailing is our official class rules authority the current measurement form can be viewed only through World Sailing’s website. Please note that your Cadet must at all times comply to the current class rules and measurement requirements.
Cadet Mark IV Specification & Measurement Form 1st Dec 2010
Below you will find an...Read More
The Cadet is a one-design boat and therefore all Cadets have the same, strictly controlled, measurements. While material and appearance changed over time, the hull shape remained the same. Today, wooden MK II and GRP MK IV compete in the same races although at the most recent European Championship more than 90 percent of boats were GRP built. The boat itself is 3.2m long,...Read More
Argentina, and Uruguay have launched a joint Cadet sailing competition to South-American waters in 2015. The Cadet Class Associations of these countries combined to create the Cadet South-America Cup.
The Cadet South-America Cup, or Sudamericano, is an open event and Cadets from any country are invited to compete. Next country to join will be Paraguay. And...Read More
The Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia took the original initiative to launch a series of regattas bringing the joys of sail competition to Central European waters in 2005. The Cadet Class Associations of these four Central European countries combined to create the Central European Cadet Cup (CECC).
The inaugural year of the competition (2005) saw four regattas deciding...Read More