May 10 IRSA recognises Associate Membership Status for two new classes -Marblehead and 10R ICAs
Category : IRSA Announcements Posted by : EC Secretary
PRESS RELEASE: IMCA and ITCA have been formed.
Thank you so much for your support.
After many years as Class Association within the IRSA, the Marblehead (IMCA) and Ten Rater Classes (ITCA) now have fully operational International Class Associations.
International Marblehead Class Association
International Tenrater Class Association
They each have a site, a foundation membership and also foundation executives who have steered the classes through to the point of independence. The last part was the separation and agreement with the IRSA on an Associate Membership. This gives the two new associations the ability to now determine their own future including the development and promotion of international events like Regional and World Championships.
April 8 – New RG65 website
Checkout the new (as of January 13th) RG65 ICA website. This looks like a great tool for RG65 owners & includes a forum which is viewable without a login. Lots of things are happening with the RG65 ICA, so this is a good way to keep up to date.
March 1 – Gentle reminder
For 2020 CRYA members in good standing, your 2021 dues have been paid by the CRYA.
Your 2021 membership card was emailed out to you last year in early October.
Please do not remit payment for 2021.
Feb 10 – 2022 IOM WCR announced
IOMICA are pleased to announce the NCA for Croatia has been successful in their bid to host the 2022 IOM World Championship. For Canada, this means 2 sailors are eligible to attend based on the IOM ranking results here. There may be room for a 3rd sailor in stage 2 allocations, depending on the number of attendees signed up from each country and their finishing order in the 2019 WCR.
Jan 18 – Lifetime PSN certificates for members in good standing have been email out.
Active paid members now have their PSN for the lifetime of their CRYA membership, with no further payments required, as per this page.
Jan 1 – 2021
A new monthly special feature will be published in the newsletter blog. Stay tuned here for further updates.
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