The CSA Annual Conference will take place from Friday, October 21 to Sunday, October 23, 2022. This year the Conference will take place in St.Maarten. The last 2 years the conference has taken place digitally due to Covid protocols preventing us to travel. For 2022 we are looking forward to welcoming everyone in person, to have lively discussions and presentations to prepare for the upcoming season.

The CSA Annual Conference brings together key stakeholders in sailing throughout the Caribbean and provides a unique opportunity for Measurers, Race Officers, Member National Authorities, Regatta Organizers, Yacht Clubs and other interested parties to network. With the inclusion of industry representatives, participants will gain updates on all the critical issues affecting our sport and hear from industry professionals about everything from marketing to rating rule updates, sponsorship, regatta management and all the latest developments in yacht racing.

The Conference will include the CSA Annual General Meeting followed by sessions of interest to Caribbean regatta organizers, youth programme coordinators and yacht clubs, a CSA Measurers’ meeting and various CSA committee meetings throughout the weekend. Full program details will be available soon.

Attendance is open to all CSA members including Member National Authorities, yacht clubs, sailing associations, measurers, regatta organizers, and corporate and individual members. Non-members interested in attending the Conference should get in touch with the CSA Secretariat by email: secretariat@caribbean-sailing.com to find out how they can participate.

During the conference, the Caribbean Dinghy Championships will take place as well. This event is an inter-island competition, bringing together the best sailors from the Caribbean islands to compete in multiple classes, awarding Caribbean Champions in each class and the Nations Cup to award the best island. In 2019 Antigua won the Nations Cup, and they will be keen to defend their title.

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