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ORC Webinar: Introduction to ORC and How to Obtain an ORC Certificate

by Storm Trysail Club 31 Jan 16:16 PST 1 February 2024
ORC Webinar © Storm Trysail Club

Starting Thursday and over the next few weeks, the Storm Trysail Club, in collaboration with the New York Yacht Club and the Chicago Yacht Club, is pleased to offer a webinar series dedicated to the introduction and explanation of the Offshore Racing Congress (ORC).

This educational initiative aims to engage a broad audience, offering valuable insights into understanding the ORC Rating Rule and fostering connections with seasoned sailors and rating experts who will be available to address your questions. The US Sailing Offshore Office will also be on hand to provide insight.

The series is open to all sailors, and participation in these informative webinars is entirely free of charge. The intention is to create an inclusive platform where participants can gain a deeper understanding of the ORC and its nuances, ultimately providing a forum for meaningful interaction.

No pre-registration is necessary; attendees can simply join the webinar via the Zoom link below. Furthermore, for the convenience of those unable to attend the live sessions, each webinar will be recorded and made accessible for viewing after its conclusion.

The webinar series will cover a range of pertinent topics on the following dates:

  • February 1: Introduction to ORC and How to Obtain an ORC Certificate
  • February 28: Measurement
  • March 13: Introduction to Scoring
  • April 10: Advanced Scoring

Join on Thursday here

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