The documentation of an EC12 yacht is the registration of the
hull to an owner with all information recorded in the Class
Registry. The standard process is online for registrations and
fees over the Internet; see below.
If you are unable or choose not to use the Internet, mail the information to
the Class Secretary with the fee included. Checks are
payable to Joe Walter. You will receive confirmation by
return postal mail.
Joe Walter, 10281 Ripple Rush Drive W, Jacksonville, FL 32257
supply the following information:
Name, postal address and phone.
Your AMYA membership number if you have one. You will be
recorded regardless but membership is preferred.
Manufacturer of the hull and serial number.
The Yacht Registration Number (YRN) labeled in the hull or
printed on the sails.
Here is some basic yacht registration information:
If you are the first owner of a new hull from an approved
manufacturer, she has already been registered to you by the
builder and the Class Secretary. There will be a certificate
label molded into the hull inside at about station 31 on the
port side under the hatch area. No fee is needed by the
If you have obtained an older yacht and do not have all the
information requested above, supply all that you have and a
photo image(s) of her. Verification of the yacht is
necessary before she can be transferred to a new owner and recorded.
The Dumas Heritage EC12 yacht is not of the Class hull
standard or considered to be a competitive racing yacht.
Dumas hulls that have not previously been registered with
the Class cannot be registered or transferred today.
For expanded explanations and Class registrations policy,
click on this link:
Online Registration and Fee