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SAILING INSTRUCTION’S

CRSC 14FT CATAMARAN REGATTA

12 TO 13 JAN 2013

Hi all just a little notice, concord Ryde sailing club is holding a 14ft cat regatta. The Concord and Ryde Sailing Club (CRSC) sailing instructions may be found on the

CRSC website as at or after 8

Following are modifications to CRSC sailing instruction that are particular to the CRSC

14FT CATAMARAN REGATTA on 12th to 13th Jan 2013, www.concordrydesailing.org.Agreeing to compete assumes that the boat’s owner, skipper and crew accept the CRSC sailing instructions and the changes and additions listed below.

1. RULES (no change)

2. ENTRIES (no change, note that Catamarans may not exceed 4.31 meters in length)

3. NOTICES TO COMPETITORS (no change)

4. CHANGES IN SAILING INSTRUCTIONS (changes)

4.1. (changed) Any change to the sailing instructions will be posted before 1000 hours on the day it will take effect, except that any change to the schedule of races will be posted by the day before it will take effect.

4.2. (no change)

5. SIGNALS MADE ASHORE (no change)

6. SCHEDULE OF RACES (no change)

7. CLASS FLAGS (no change, note that there is one flag for all catamarans and they generally go first in any combined race)

8. RACING AREA (no change)

9. COURSES (no change except added)

9.5. (added) For the purposes of the catamaran regatta’s particular races the course will be announced no later than 30minutes before the particular race.

9.6. (added) For the marathon all 14ft catamarans will sail from Concord & Ryde sailing club to cockatoo inland then Hen and Chicken Bay to a mark of Bray’s Bay then pre-finish then finish

9.7. (added) for the marathon all 15ft+ catamarans will sail from Concord & Ryde sailing club to a mark in Hen and Chicken Bay to Cockatoo Inland to a mark off Iron cove bridge then back to cockatoo inland then then back to the mark off Iron cove bridge back to Hen and Chicken bay to a mark of Bray’s Bay then pre-finish then finish

10. MARKS (no change)

11. THE START (no change)

12. SHORTENED COURSE (no change)

13. THE FINISH (no change)

14. TIME LIMITS (no change)

15. PROTESTS AND REQUESTS FOR REDRESS (no change)

16. SCORING (no change except added)

16.18. (added) The 14’ catamaran regatta will require at minimum three races to be counted as complete. Where four or five races are completed in the regatta then each competitor’s worst result shall be discarded and all other race results counted. Where six or more races are completed in the regatta then each competitor’s worst two results shall be discarded and all other race results counted.

16.19. (added) Yardsticks will be applied as follows or at the organisers discretion:

• 3% penalty for use of trapeze

• 3.5% penalty for use of spinnaker

16.20. (added) Weight of boat and crew combined shall not fall below the boats respective class requirements.

17. CHANGE OF SAILING EQUIPMENT (no change)

18. PRIZES (changed)

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18.

18.1. (changed) Certificates and/or trophies will be awarded at the discretion of the CRSC after the races on Sunday

18.2. (not applicable)

18.3. (not applicable)

19. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY (no change, included for clarity)

19.1. Competitors participate in CRSC Inc. races entirely at their own risk.

See rule 4, Decision to Race. The organising authority will not accept

any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in

conjunction with or prior to, during, or after any CRSC Inc. event.

The following are in addition to the CRSC sailing instructions:

19. SCHEDULE OF RACES

Saturday 12TH TO SUNDAY 13TH JANUARY 2013

Registration shall be held on Saturday the 14th between 0900 and 1000 hours, late registration will be at CRSC discretion

Saturday 12th JANUARY 2013

• 19.1.1 Competitor Meeting – 1000 hour

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• Race 1 Warning Signal not before 1030 hour for 2x short races

• Subsequent race Warning Signals will be made as soon as possible after the completion of previous race/s or expiry of the previous race/s time limit.

• No Warning Signal will be made before 1400 hour club races

Sunday 13th JANUARY 2013

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19.1

• Warning Signal not before 1000 hour 1x short races

• Subsequent race Warning Signals will be made as soon as possible after the completion of previous race/s or expiry of the previous race/s time limit.

• No Warning Signal will be made before 1100 hour for a marathon up the river

Presentation of prizes will take place as soon as possible after the last race

20. ENTRY FEE

20.1. Seniors – Entrants over 18 years of age at 24 January 2013

• 1 Day One man boat - $28

• 1 Day Two man boat - $42

• 2 Day’s One man boat - $50

• 2 Day’s Two Man boat - $60

20.2. Juniors – Entrants under 18 years of age at 23 January 2013

• Juniors single handed - $14

• Juniors double handed - $18

• Juniors single handed - $25

• Juniors double handed - $35

20.3. The Race Committee reserves the right to refuse any entry

21. AFTER RACE

21.1. Saturday

• The canteen will sell lunch at normal prices for the club; pies, sausage rolls, salad rolls, cakes lolly’s and drinks are available

• The organiser will provide a welcome BBQ start about 1800 hour where dinner may be purchased

21.2. Sunday

• The organiser will provide a lunch sausage sizzle where lunch may be purchased

22. BOAT STORAGE, RIGGING, PARKING AND ACCOMODATION (The club takes no responsibility for competitors or other’s property)

• All cars and trailers are to be parked along the south eastern fence line

• Boats must be rigged and de-rigged on the council grounds allocated to the regatta, and under the direction of the regatta organisers

• No boat, car’s trailers or trolleys are to be parked across the public footpath at anytime

• Do not leave any valuables on or in the boats and trailers

• The gates to the park will be locked at 2030 hours on the Saturday night and reopened at 0800 hours on the Sunday morning, they can be accessed after hours by contacting the organiser

• The organisers will remain onsite overnight but can not guarantee or accept responsibility for competitor’s or other’s property

• Competitors can not remain overnight at CRSC club house or on the council’s grounds surrounding the clubhouse

• Standing rigging may be left on the boats overnight, however this must be secured and silent in windy conditions, the organiser reserves the right to de-rig (at the competitors risk of expense) any competitor’s boat that causes noise pollution during the night by clanging halyards, stays, booms, sails, or other such noise effect in the wind.

Contact details; Regatta organisers

Adrian Heap on 0422201068

Or

Rob Fowler on 0415496688

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