ISSA Mallory Doublehanded Championship

Rev: May 2006

Interscholastic Sailing Association
Conditions for ISSA Mallory Doublehanded National Championship


This event shall not exceed two days in length. The Friday prior to the event shall be used for registration and practice. No race shall be started after 1600 on the last day.


The number of entrants awarded to each district shall be based on the number of eligible schools reported by each member district to the President of ISSA on June first of each year. The number of berths shall be calculated using the following formula:

The number of allotted berths for each district equals the number of eligible schools in the district, times twenty, divided by the total number of ISSA eligible schools.
\nAll districts get at least one berth.

If the integers of the numbers do not add up to twenty, the allotted berths not assigned shall be assigned in descending order starting with the highest decimal portion of the allotted berths numbers, disregarding berth allotments with zero as an integer.


Refer to the ISSA Procedural Rules and the General Conditions for ISSA National Regattas.


Each team shall consist of at least four sailors, two skippers and two crews, but shall not exceed eight sailors. A school may enter only one team.


The event shall be sailed two person dinghies of not less than eleven feet, nor more than fifteen feet in length. The boats may be either sloop or cat-rigged. The use of two fleets of boats, one for each division is permitted.

Regatta Format:

The event shall be sailed in two divisions using a round-robin change-of-boat system. A full round robin shall be attempted. If two different types of boats are used, the fleets assigned to a given division need not be switched.


The winning team shall have the name of its school engraved on the Mallory Trophy. Keeper trophies, provided by ISSA shall be awarded to members of the top three teams.