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End of season discounts offered for 2011 IRC Certificates

by Craig Heydon on 10 Feb 2012
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Yachting Australia is offering a 50 per cent discount period for all 2011 end-of-season IRC certificates issued during 1 March and 31 May 2012. The offer will be extended to all Australian boat owners, and provides a substantial saving for those owners wishing to race in the closing months of the current IRC year.

The discounted prices for certificates obtained during this period are as follows:

Revalidations $13.75/m

New Applications $14.25/m

Amendments $5.25/m

Trials $6.75/m

Re-registrations $6.75/m

The discount offer presents a unique opportunity to new IRC applicants, who can use this period to learn more about the IRC rule and it’s applicability before committing to a full-price rating.

There are a number of regattas that will take place around Australia between now and the end of the current IRC year on 31 May 2012. These include Sail Paradise, Sail Port Stephens, the Cape Naturaliste & Return Race, the Great Southern Regatta, and the Melbourne to Apollo Bay Yacht Race.

Please note that this offer is applicable for 2011 IRC applications only. Regular prices will apply to any applications received for 2012 IRC ratings during this time.

For further information on how to apply or how to get in touch with your local measurer, please contact Yachting Australia and speak with Amy Howie on (02) 8424 7410 or Rayshele Martin on (02) 8424 7443; or by email to amy.howie@yachting.org.au or rayshele.martin@yachting.org.au


General information

http://www.yachting.org.au/Sport Services/IRC/IRC - General Information



IRC Forms

http://www.yachting.org.au/Sport Services/IRC/Process and Forms



IRC website (RORC)

http://www.ircrating.org/

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