Regattas, sailor development and racing resources for sailors of all ages and sailing disciplines

From beginning racers to National Champions, US Sailing supports sailboat racing at all levels.

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We are striving to develop and inspire youth sailors

With an emphasis on developing skills, competitive excellence, seamanship and confidence our youth events are the spark that ignite a lifelong love for racing.

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Whether you are looking for your first taste of competition, or want to compete on the national stage, US Sailing has the event for you. 

Our 10 Adult Championships provide an opportunity for our members to go head to head on a National level with their peers in a wide range of formats including fleet, match, offshore and more.  Our Championship season culminates with the Championship of Champions - the best of the best.

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Rules and Officiating

Represent US Sailing on and off the race course

Ensure quality, integrity and consistency for all participants in the sport of sailboat racing, from casual weeknight club racing to world championships. As a race official you’ll be trained, certified and supported by US Sailing, and you’ll have the resources of the organization at your disposal.

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Small Boat Racing

The fundamentals of racing are most easily learned in small boats.

One design, Multihull, Match Racing, Team Racing, Windsurfing, and Kite Boarding all provide great racing opportunities for new sailors or experienced competitors. Small boat sailing can also provide plenty of family fun and relaxing days on the water.

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Educational, technical, and administrative resources for sailors and race organizers 

Led by the dedicated volunteers of the US Sailing Offshore Committee, the staff at US Sailing Offshore strives to provide guidance and services to the large-boat racing community to facilitate safe, fair, and accessible racing.

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