IRC Applications/Forms

Please download the appropriate forms below. These forms cannot be filled out on-line. Save the form to your computer before entering data.

• New Certificate Application • Trial Application
• Revalidation Application • Re-Registration Application
• New One Design Certificate Application • New Short-handed Certificate Application
• Amendment Application • Short-handed Revalidation Application
• Revalidation Data Changes Form Sail Measurement Certificate Spreadsheets

New Certificate Application

Download and save the IRC Application for a new rating to your computer.

IRC New Application This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).
Fill in all cells and answer all of the questions. Incomplete applications will delay processing.
Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.

If applying for an Endorsed certificate: your measurer will complete the application with pertinent inputs from you.

If applying for a Non-Endorsed certificate, see the following:
Instructions for Completing an Application for a Non-Endorsed IRC Certificate

This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

Applications for Endorsed Certificates must be submitted by the measurer.

● Revalidation Application

Certificates must be revalidated annually in order to remain valid for racing.
The Revalidation Application can only be used by boats holding 2013 or 2012 IRC certificates. Contact the IRC Manager for assistance if the boat’s certificate was last valid in 2011 or earlier.

IRC Revalidation Application This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).
Boats additionally holding an IRC Short-handed Certificate: IRC Short-handed Revalidation Application
Fill in all cells and answer all of the questions. Incomplete applications will delay processing.
Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● One-Design Certificate Application

The IRC One-Design application can only be used for those boat classes that are designated IRC One-Design classes. IRC One Design Class Listing
Boats rated as one-design must comply with their class rules when racing. See IRC Rules 13.7 & 22.4.2. If you wish to rate “out of class” please use the full application form.

IRC New One Design Application This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).

Fill in all cells and answer all of the questions. Incomplete applications will delay processing.
Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● Amendment Application

IRC Amendment Application This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).

Fill only those cells that have parameters/dimensions that are changing. An email address must be provided. Any changes on boat holding an Endorsed Certificate must be measured/confirmed by a certified measure or sailmaker. Contact US Sailing for information. Incomplete applications will delay processing.

Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● Trial Application

Trials can only run for boats holding current year valid certificates. Review the IRC Trial Certificate Policy. Contact US Sailing if you have any questions.

IRC Trial Application. This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).

Fill only those cells that have parameters/dimensions that are to be trialed. Incomplete applications will delay processing.

Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● Re-Registration Application

This application is used to transfer a current year valid certificate to a new owner. IRC Re-registration Application

New owners of boats holding a prior year certificate will use the IRC Revalidation Application. Contact the IRC Manager for assistance if the boat’s certificate was last valid in 2011 or earlier.

Fill in all cells and answer all of the questions. Incomplete applications will delay processing.
Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● New Short-Handed Certificate Application

A Short-Handed certificate can only be issued to boats holding current year valid primary, i.e., “full crew”, certificates.

Short-Handed Certificates are for those who participate in events for which the Notice of Race has designated short handed classes for no more than two crew. The Short-Handed Certificate reflects changes to the boat’s configuration more appropriate for short-handed crew. See Rule 8.2.1.

The Short-Handed Certificate will only vary from the primary certificate with respect to mainsail widths, headsail dimensions, single furling headsail allowance, SPA, STL/SPL, spinnaker pole/bowsprit, moveable ballast and variable ballast. In other words, if no configuration changes as above are made, the TCC on the short-handed certificate would be identical to that for the primary, full crew certificate.

IRC Short-handed Application. This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).

Fill in all cells and answer all of the questions. Incomplete applications will delay processing.
Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● Short-Handed Revalidation Application

Short-Handed certificates must be revalidated annually in order to remain valid for racing. A boat’s primary/”full crew” certificate must be revalidated before or at the same time as the Short-Handed certificate.
The Revalidation Application can only be used by boats holding 2013 or 2012 IRC certificates. Contact the IRC Manager for assistance if the boat’s certificate was last valid in 2011 or earlier.

IRC Short-handed Revalidation Application. This is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file (.xls).

Fill in all cells and answer all of the questions. Incomplete applications will delay processing.
Save the file with the BOAT NAME as part of the file name.
This application will be accepted only as an .xls file. If using Excel 2007 or any other program, you must save the file in the “.xls” format not as “.xlsx” or other default format.

Email to IRC@USSailing.org.
Faxed, emailed pdf, jpeg or mailed paper will not be accepted or processed.

● Revalidation Data Changes Form

This form is to be used with the Annual Revalidation Application. Complete for any data changes to be reported with the revalidation. Include sail certificates for any new, replaacement or re-measured sails. If your certificate is an Endorsed one any hull or rig changes must be officially measured by a certified IRC measurer. The measurer will submit the data form to US Sailing.

IRC Revalidation Changes Form.