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Regatta Scoring online

Regatta Network


Since 2007 Regatta Network has partnered with US Sailing to offer a comprehensive sailing solution for online registration and event management.  After processing in excess of 200,000 registrations for more than 6,700 sailing events, US Sailing Regatta Network has streamlined regatta management and hosting an event less stressful.  From online registration, payment processing, scoring and every step in between, US Sailing Regatta Network is designed to make your events run smoothly.

Entrant data is entered once and cascades directly to entrant lists, fleet splits, scratch sheets, entry/waiver forms, check-in sheets, scoring, and email/SMS messaging consoles. All U.S. Sailing Regatta Network events automatically create a simple event web site, mobile web site, or all elements can be easily integrated into your own web site.  Whether you are responsible for an annual regatta,  one design championship, distance race, junior regatta, match racing, series race, or a sailing camp, US Sailing Regatta Network is designed to streamline and simplify your event management.

If you haven’t already set up your account, log into the Regatta Network Management Console. The console is located at:

To set up your regatta for scoring go to Regatta Scoring and Fleet Information. This section sets up the basic fleets and scoring information for your event.

If your event has a provision for a throw out after X raced, don’t enter anything into the throw-out box until you’ve reached the throw out threshold. Otherwise the system will assign throw-outs immediately. Class information is fairly straight forward, and if using Regatta Network for scoring, it will apply the correct scoring method to each class.

HINT: You can easily move entrants to new classes, however if your event usually forms a specific one design class (J/24 for example), it is easier to designate that class initially, rather than add it after registration is open.

Current scores are provisional and subject to modification keeps this copy on scoring until clicked off. If this box is not checked, scores will become“official after midnight on the last day of the event.

Online Scoring Tutorial – Online Scoring

For more practice: log in at
Username: US_SAILING
Password: ScoringPractice
(Note: both are case sensitive.)

The event is set up as a Radial event with bow numbers and a dozen or so entries. So you can practice using full Laser numbers, abbreviated sail number (i.e. drop the first 2), or bow numbers.

Yacht Scoring


Yacht Scoring is a full featured and 100% web based live race management and scoring system that organizes and simplifies the Race Committee tasks of competitor registration,  competitor communications and all event management functions while allowing you to provide real time scoring and results for your event.

Yacht Scoring provides you with the capability of scoring multiple racing circles containing multiple divisions (handicaps) and multiple classes within each division. At this time, scoring is available for the following Handicap Systems:

  • PHRF ToD (Time-on-Distance)
  • PHRF ToT (Time-on-Time)
  • IRC
  • HPR (High Performance Rule)
  • ORC
  • ORR
  • GLMRA (Great Lakes Multihull Racing Association)
  • Transpac (Custom ORR)
  • Portsmouth
  • General ToT (Any Time-on-Time)
  • One Design

And more are being added.

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