2023 Rating Certificates
A VPRS TCC is used like any other time-on-time rating: simply record the elapsed time for each yacht at the finish line, then multiply the elapsed time by the yacht's TCC to give the corrected time. The boat with the lowest corrected time wins.
Click on the links below to see the TCCs for rated yachts, and to access the rating certificates.
Yachts may belong to more than one club, and in some cases their ratings differ between listings, usually because they have chosen to race with an alternative sail plan in each series.
Please ensure that the measurement data on your certificate is an accurate representation of the yacht in the empty weight condition. We correct will errors and re-issue the certificate Rfree of charge. There is an additional charge if you want to change the data to reflect a change in sail plan or rig.
Finally, if any rating appears to be out of line with expectations, then please check the measurement data on the certificate and let us know your concerns.
Certificates from previous years are available via the links below.
Rated boat types
At the time of writing we have some 490 different boat types on the system, as listed below. If you are applying for a new rating and your boat appears on this list, please let us know because we can save you time with your application, by providing a copy of existing measurement data.