WildThing Posted April 2, 2009 Report Share Posted April 2, 2009 Here is your chance to have a play before the season ends. Our annual Regatta( a one dayer only) will be held on Saturday the 25th of April. Usually a good turn up and a mixed fleet including Nacra 5.8's F18's, Tornados, Taipans and a representation of mono hulls NOTICE OF RACE SPEERS POINT AMATEUR SAILING CLUB ANZAC DAY REGATTA 2009 Entries are invited for the above regatta to be organised by Speers Point Amateur Sailing Club Inc. Date of Regatta: 25 April 2009 Location: Speers Point Amateur Sailing Club, The Esplanade, Speers Point. 1. Rules. The regatta will be governed by the ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing 2009-2012, the prescriptions and special regulations of the AYF, the rules of the individual classes (except as any of these are altered by the sailing instructions) and the sailing instructions. 2. Advertising. This regatta is classified as a Category C event in accordance with Appendix G and the prescriptions of the AYF. 3. Eligibility and Entry. The regatta is open to all dinghy classes and off-the-beach catamarans. Eligible boats may enter on the Entry Form available at the clubhouse on the day. 4. Entry Fee. An entry fee of $5.00 for Juniors and $10 for Seniors is payable upon entering. 5. Schedule of Events. Races are scheduled as below: RACE DAY DATE WARNING SIGNAL Heat 1 Saturday 25 April 2009 1.25 pm. 5.1 There will be a competitors meeting at 12.30 pm on 25 April in the Clubhouse. Note. The number of entries and the number of classes will determine how many starts are programmed. 6. Sailing Instructions. These will be available at registration. 7. Sailing Area. In the area known as Cockle Bay and Warners Bay, Lake Macquarie. 8. Courses. These may vary according to classes of boats and will be shown in the sailing instructions. 9. Scoring. The low point system of scoring shall be used according to rule A2. 10. Penalty. The 720 degree turns penalty shall apply. 11. Prizes. Prizes will be awarded as follows. 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes will be awarded in each Class* or division. * A minimum of six boats is required to enter to form a separate class. 12. Safety. Approved Personal Floatation Devices (buoyancy vests) shall be worn by all competitors while racing. SPEERS POINT AMATEUR SAILING CLUB ACKNOWLEDGES AND APPRECIATES THE SUPPORT OF THE SPEERS POINT RSL CLUB AND THE SPEERS POINT RSL SUB BRANCH. The above organisations shall not have any legal liability because of their association with this event. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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