No races were completed on the final day of the 2021 ILCA 7 World Championships. After a period of waiting, the race committee decided that although the wind was blowing about 15–18 knots, the waves were too large and out of control to carry out successful races.
Racing was called for the day, which ended the regatta and maintained results from Day 5.
New Zealand’s Thomas Saunders secured his title as world champion, Ireland’s Finn Lynch locked in silver, and rounding out the podium was Croatia’s two-time Olympic medalist Tonči Stipanović.
Bermuda’s Campbell Patton finished 105th overall.