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Performance Certificates Published
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World Sailing Speed Record Council

Performance Certificates officially recognise the time of a passage over either recognised or non-recognised routes, but which do not necessarily break an existing world record in one of the recognised WSSR categories.
The conditions for the award of a Performance Certificate are as rigorous as those for a World Record.

When a new route without any "benchmark" time is recognised as a world record course, the yacht posting the initial speed will be awarded a Performance Certificate. Performance Certificates may also be awarded for an outstanding achievement, (but which does not break an existing WSSR World Record), over the 500 metre distance.

Youngest non stop, single-handed Round the World
Jesse Martin (AUS)
Lionheart
1999
327d 12h 52m
Melbourne to Melbourne 21760 nm

Round the World, assisted, (stops), eastabout, single-handed
Azhar Mansor (MAS)
Jalur Gemilang
1999
190d 6h 57m 2s
Lankawi to Lankawi 21760 nm

First disabled sailor single-handed Round the World under WSSR Rules
Vincent Lauwers (AUS)
Vision Quest
2000
233d 13h 43m 8s
Melbourne to Melbourne 21760 nm

Initial World Record New York to Melbourne
Rich Wilson USA, Bill Biewenga (USA)
Great American II
2001
68d 10h 7m 57s

Initial World Record Antigua to Newport
Adrienne Cahalan (AUS), Helena Darvelid (SWE) and a crew of 15
Maiden II
May 2002
3d 22h 31m 58s
1560 nm

Transatlantic. Fastest crossing by a 2-mast schooner
Simon Dierdorp (NED) and a crew of 28
Windrose of Amsterdam
May 2002.
11d 10h 25m 10s
2925 nm

Transatlantic. Fastest crossing by a production catamaran
Yves Gallot-Lavallee (FRA) and a crew of 5
Saint Nicolas de Sauzon III
2002
17d 19h 44m 11s
2925 nm

Initial Transatlantic women's single-handed monohull World Record
Emma Richards (GBR)
Pindar
September 2002.
13d 1h 14m 36s
2925 nm

Initial Transatlantic single-handed monohull World Record
Bernard Stamm (SUI)

Bobst Group Armor Lux
September 2002.
10d 10h 55m 19s
2925 nm

Performance Certificates over 500 metre courses

Fastest recorded speed for a B class production catamaran
Eric van der Berg, Neils Haarbosch (NED)
Aeroskimmer
January 2002.
21.97 kts
St Maarten. Caribbean
John Reed/ISAF Secretariat
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