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Wallerwang Regatta (lithgow)


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wang regatta is the second round of the nacra super series, large grass rigging area, free camping, no need to remove trailers from cars or remove cars & trailers from rigging area.


12th & 13th November 2011

The organising authority is the Wallerawang Sailing Club Inc.

Rules The Regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in “The ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing” and the Wallerawang Sailing Club Sailing Instructions.

Location Lake Wallace, Wallerawang (Lithgow NSW)

Program Saturday 12th November No Start before 11am

Sunday 13th November No start before 10am

A Briefing will be held before the start of each session of racing.

Presentations will take place as soon as possible after the last race.

Eligibility and Entry

The Regatta is open to all classes of boats. Five or more boats of the same type will constitute a class. Other boats will be aggregated into separate classifications of similar type. All boats are to comply with their class rules at the time of the regatta. All boat owners shall be a financial member of a YA affiliated sailing club.

Boats and sailors shall enter by completing an entry form and paying the appropriate fee before racing. Entry forms are available at the clubhouse. Sailing instructions will be issued at the time of Registration.


It is a requirement that when registering, participants must hold a current Insurance Policy Certificate/Receipt for their boat that includes racing cover and $5 million (minimum) Legal Liability Cover.

Scoring System

The Regatta will be scored as provided in Appendix A of the racing rules using the Low Point System.


The course to be sailed for each race will be notified at the briefing prior to racing.

Fees $40.00

Penalties The penalty for breaking a rule of Part 2 of the Racing Rules will be the 720 degrees Turns Penalty for mono hulls and 360 degree turn for multi hull boats.

Liability All those taking part in the regatta do so at their own risk and responsibility.

The race committee, the Wallerawang Sailing Club and its members accept no responsibility for any sailor or the seaworthiness of any boat whose entry is accepted.

All sailors are required to wear an approved Personal Flotation Device when sailing.

Catering Food and drink are available at the Club House.

Amenities Toilets and Hot Showers are available at the Council provided Lakeside amenities.

Enquiries Brendan Case (Commodore) 63557722

Martin Horder (Vic Commodore) 0408 650 430

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