On Thursday 18 June, ISAF will be carrying out essential maintenance work on its server, which means the ISAF Sailor Classification system will be temporarily unavailable between 07:00 and 13:00 UTC.
ISAF apologizes in advance for any inconvenience caused by this break in service.
Server maintenance means the access to the Classification system will be unavailable between the hours of 07:00 and 13:00 UTC on Thursday 18 June 2009. Outside of these hours the Classification system will be functioning as normal.
Whilst most ISAF Sailors Classifications are confirmed instantly or within a few days, sailors are reminded that as it may take up to 28 days to confirm a Classification. You should apply for your ISAF Sailor Classification suitably in advance of the event in which you will be competing.
What is the ISAF Sailor Classification Code?
The ISAF Sailor Classification Code is a service to provide events and classes with an international system for classification of sailors.
The ISAF Classification Commission, reporting to the Executive Committee of ISAF, is responsible for developing and managing the Code and consists of a Chairman and a number of individual members, all volunteers, drawn from across the world and from Group 1, 2 and 3 sailors.
To find out more about the ISAF Sailor Classification Code, search for Classified sailors, apply for, renew or appeal an existing Sailor Classification please visit www.sailing.org/classification.