Race Series

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SPRING SERIES DATES: May 16,23,30, June 06 &13
SUMMER SERIES DATES: June 20, 27, July 04, 18 & 25
FALL SERIES DATES: August 01, 08, 15, 22 & 29

4 ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.2 Registration Fee for each Series Members $20.00, Non-Members $25.00. Skippers’ meetings will occur on the first night of each series for registration.

11 MARKS

11.1 Marks 1, 2, 3 and start mark will be orange balls.

12.THE COURSE

12.3 Number of windward/leeward legs will be posted as 1, 2, or 3 on the stern of the committee boat. Mark roundings will also be posted: starboard roundings will be indicated with a green flag, port roundings with a red flag. Shortened will be indicated by displaying the Flag S, flown on the committee boat.

13 THE START

13.1 The scheduled time for the warning signal is 1800 hours.

14 THE FINISH

14.1 The finish line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the nearby finish mark.
14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

15.1 Time Limits

Mark 1 Time Limit, 1900h
All 2015h

If no boat has passed Mark 1 within the Mark 1 time limit the race will be abandoned.

15.2 Boats failing to finish within 60 minutes after the first boat sails the course and finishes will be score Did Not Finish without a hearing. This changes rules 35, A4 and A5.

15.3 SHORTEN COURSE
The course will be shortened at the discretion of the Race Committee. The Division flag(s) will be raised along with the S Flag accompanied by two sound signals. At this point the racing boats will round the last mark rounded by the leading boat and proceed to the mark where the Committee boat is anchored and finish between the orange flag and the mark.

Date: June 16

4 ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.1 Registration will be held at 0900 hours on the front porch of the clubhouse.
4.2 Registration Fee Members $10.00, Non-Members $15.00

12 THE COURSE

The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port-end starting mark off McFarland Park Dock. No attempt will be made to ensure a windward start.

Mark 1 Indian Point

Mark 2 Green Island KP2 to starboard

Mark 3 Waupoos Island to starboard. South West corner.

Finish off Waupoos Marina west break wall and buoy.

Distance 27nm.

13 THE START

13.2 The scheduled time for the warning signal is 1015 hours

14 THE FINISH

14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

15.1 Time Limits

Class Time Limit: All divisions
Mark 1 Time Limit: 1400hrs.
Mark 2 Time Limit: 1630hrs.
Mark 3 Time Limit: 1800hrs.

15.2 Boats failing to finish within 2 hours after the first boat sails the course and finishes will be scored (DNF) Did Not Finish without a hearing. This changes rules 35, A4 and A5.

16 SHORTENING COURSE

The lead boat will establish a finish line at the appropriate mark if not passed by posted time and take times and sail numbers. Fleet is to finish between the anchored boat and the shore or mark. Stay close to the anchored boat. Monitor Channel 16. If shortening course is required the lead boat will contact the fleet for instructions.

18 SCORING

White Sail and Flying Sail will be scored separately. An overall winner will also be declared.

DATE: June 23

4 ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.1 Registration will be held at 1100 hours on the front porch of the clubhouse.
4.2 Registration Fee Members $10.00, Non-Members $15.00
4.3 This race has one division only. Boats entered will be skippered by a woman, where the crew is all female and/or there is one male crew on board.

12 THE COURSE

12.1 The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port-end starting mark in Picton Bay.

Mark 1– Mo(A) to starboard heading towards Glenora ferry.
Mark 2 – Q3 FLG, Glenora to starboard, Finish between QP 5 and QP 6.

Distance- approximately 8.5 nm

13 THE START

13.2 The scheduled time for the warning signal is 1215 hours.

14 THE FINISH

14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

15.1 Time Limits

Time Limit Mark 1, 1415

Time Limit All 1715

If the first boat has not passed Mark 1 within the time limit the course will be shortened and boats will proceed directly to the finish line.

18 SCORING

White Sail and Flying Sail will be scored as one division within the definitions above. The flag will be awarded to the winning boat, however, the trophy will be designated to the skipper.

DATE: July 07

4  ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.1 Registration will be held at 1100 hours on the front porch of the club house.
4.2 Registration Fee Members $10.00, Non-Members $15.00

12 THE COURSE

12.1  The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port-end starting mark in Picton Bay.

Mark 1– Mo(A) to starboard heading towards Glenora ferry. 
 Mark 2 – Q3 FLG, Glenora to starboard.   Returning to Picton Bay
 Mark 3 – Buoy Marker off (Hayes Cottage)
 to starboard. Finish – between QP5 and QP6

Distance- 7 nm

13 THE START

13.2 The scheduled time for the warning signal is 1215 hours.

14 THE FINISH

14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

15.1 Time Limits

Class Time Limit Mark 2, 1515h

Time Limit All 1815h

If no boat has passed Mark 1 within the Mark 2 time limit the course will be shortened to Mark 3 and to the Finish.

15.2 Boats failing to finish within 90 minutes after the first boat sails the course and finishes will be scored Did Not Finish without a hearing. This changes rules 35, A4 and A5.

18 SCORING

White Sail and Flying Sail will be scored as one division.

DATE: July 28 & 29

4 ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.1 Registration will be held at 1100 hours on the front porch of the PEYC clubhouse.
4.2 Registration Fee Members $10.00, Non-Members $15.00

12 THE COURSE

12.1 Saturday – The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port end starting mark in Picton Bay.
Finish near the west side of Prinyer’s Cove.

Distance 12.5 nm

12.2 Sunday – The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port-end starting mark Northwest of Prinyer’s Cove.
Finish Between QP 5 and QP 6

Distance – 13 nm

13 THE START

13.2 The scheduled time for the warning signal is 1215 hours for Saturday and 1100 hours on Sunday

14 THE FINISH

14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

15.1 Time Limits
Class Time Limit
All 1715

15.2 Boats failing to finish within 90 minutes after the first boat sails the course and finishes will be score Did Not Finish without a hearing. This changes rules 35, A4 and A5

18 SCORING

18.3 White Sail and Flying Sail will be scored as one division.

Social – A barbecue will be organized for Saturday evening at Prinyer’s Cove.

DATE: August 03 & 04

4 ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.1 Registration will be held at 1630 hours on the front porch of the club house.
4.2 Registration Fee Members $10.00, Non-Members $15.00

12 THE COURSE

The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port-end starting mark off McFarland Park Dock.

Proceed out of the upper gap to circumnavigate Main Duck Island taking M9 FLG to port.  ( approx. M9FLG 43-55.0’, 76-40.5’ rounding to port)

Proceed to FLR at southeast end of Main Duck taking the mark to port. (approx. 43.54.5,76.35.7′)

In passing Main Duck Island take Yorkshire Island to Port

Return through upper gap to finish between QP 5 and QP6 unless otherwise stated at the skipper’s meeting.

Approximately 65 nm

13 THE START

13.2 The scheduled time for the warning signal is 1955 hours.

14 THE FINISH

14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

There are no time limits.

18 SCORING

18.3 White Sail and Flying Sail will be scored as one division.

DATE: September 08

4 ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION

4.1 Registration will be held at 1000 hours on the front porch of the clubhouse.
4.2 Registration Fee Members $10.00, Non-Members $15.00

12 THE COURSE

12.1 The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the signal boat and the port-end starting mark off McFarland Dock.

Mark 1 – KM 2( FLR) , 
Finish  between QP5 and QP 6

Distance- approximately 30 nm.

13 THE START

13.2 The scheduled time for the warning signal is <strong>1115</strong> hours

14 THE FINISH

14.3 If the Committee Boat is not on station, the boats shall report their finish time to the Club scorer or Fleet Captain upon docking, or no later than noon the next day. This instruction changes RRS 34.

15 TIME LIMITS AND TARGET TIMES

15.1 Time Limits – NONE

18 SCORING

18.3 White Sail and Flying Sail will be scored as one division.