Welcome to our updated, SECURE web site! Some things have changed a bit, most are the same. To see the full Menu, click Menu… in the upper right corner of the screen. The web site has been optimized to show properly on all devices.
Renewals & Member Log In is now available. Username is your last name and the first letter of your first name. Please use “Forgot Password” to reset your password. If your user name won’t work, use the email address on your certificate.
All certificates expired on July 1, 2020, regardless of issue date. Certificates that expired on 7/1/2020 or 7/1/2019 can be renewed on line at Renewals & Members Log In. If you certificate expired 7/1/2018 or earlier, click New Application to access the new application. A change in ownership of a boat requires a new application as certificates do not transfer.
The West Florida Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (WFPHRF), serves the Florida West Coast from Crystal River to Marco Island, including all of the Tampa Bay area. The objective of WFPHRF is to establish and maintain an equitable system of handicapping the boats owned or chartered by its members.
WFPHRF does not use measurers. We rely on the honesty, sportsmanship, and Corinthian spirit of the membership to ensure that accurate information about a boat’s configuration is made available to the Rating Committee for review when determining a boat’s ratings.
WFPHRF rates vessels, not skippers or crew. It is assumed that a rated boat will be driven by the owner or his non-professional designee. WPFHRF acknowledges the benefit when professionals are involved in racing and encourages their participation. However, the utilization of professional drivers or paid crew for the purpose of trophy hunting violates the Corinthian Spirit and amateur nature of this fleet.
WFPHRF Ratings are performance handicaps, based on the speed potential and performance of a boat. To the greatest extent possible, race results and observations of actual races provide the data used to determine and monitor ratings. Ratings are determined by members who serve voluntarily as Handicappers on the Rating Committee.