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MUDEFORD SAILING CLUB
Dinghy sailing and racing in Christchurch Harbour

A unique friendly club that brings together sociable and competitive sailing in a safe harbour location

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RS TERA OPEN SATURDAY 24 JUNE 2017

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SAILOR

CLUB

 

AGE

SAIL

RACE

 

 

 

TOTAL

DISC

FINAL

PLACE

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

 

 

 

 

1

Ralph Neville

Frensham

Pro

12

2369

1

1

1

1

4

1

3

1

2

Sam Bradshaw

Emsworth

Pro

14

2381

2

3

2

2

9

3

6

2

3

George Overton

R Lymington

Pro

13

1637

3

2

3

3

11

3

8

3

4

Harry Stembridge

R Lymington

Pro

13

2104

6

6

6

6

24

6

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DNS = Fleet + 2 =

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Tom Ahlheid

Frensham

Sport

12

1880

3

3

2

2

10

3

7

1

2

Jake Thompson

 

Sport

 

2560

2

2

3

3

10

3

7

2

3

Tom Stratton-Brown

Frensham

Sport

12

2764

6

5

5

4

20

6

14

3

4

Tristan Ahlheid

Frensham

Sport

10

1874

5

9

4

6

24

9

15

4

5

Ben Reid

Mudeford

Sport

12

2574

11

7

7

7

32

11

21

5

6

Robbie Reid

Mudeford

Sport

12

1572

9

8

8

9

34

9

25

6

7

Beth Lewis

Frensham

Sport

13

888

7

10

9

11

37

11

26

7

8

Louie Dean

Frensham

Sport

13

2121

10

12

10

8

40

12

28

8

9

Lizzie Foster

Emsworth

Sport

13

743

13

11

11

9

44

13

31

9

11

Oliver Stratton-Brown

Frensham

Sport

10

2392

15

14

13

13

55

15

40

10

10

Oliver Phillips

Highcliffe

Sport

10

2040

12

15

13

15

55

15

40

11

12

Harry West

R Lymington

Sport

8

3192

14

13

15

16

58

16

42

12

13

Toby Thompson

 

Sport

 

2090

16

15

16

16

63

16

47

13

14

Finlay Lomas-Clark

Frensham

Sport

10

1673

17

16

16

16

65

17

48

14

15

Charlotte Stembridge

R Lymington

Sport

11

2827

18

16

16

16

66

18

48

15

13

Joseph Jones

Burghfield

Sport

 

6327

16

16

16

16

64

16

48

 

14

Imogen Jones

Burghfield

Sport

 

6115

16

16

16

16

64

16

48

 

 

RTD = Fleet +1 =

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DNS = Fleet + 2 =

16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MUDEFORD SAILING CLUB RS TERA  EVENT

SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

FUNDAMENTAL RULES

Racing will take place under the current Racing Rules for Sailing, these Sailing Instructions (SI) and the Notice of Race (NR), if issued for the race in question.

CONDITIONS

Before commencing to race, all competitors shall have paid the required entry fee and signed on for the event.  All sailors shall possess third party insurance to a minimum value of 1m and may be require to declare the name of their insurance company on entering.  .

The safety of the boat and its entire management including insurance shall be the responsibility of the competitor, who must ensure that he and his equipment are properly prepared to face the conditions that may arise in the course of the competition.  Neither this SI, nor an inspection of the boat under this SI, reduces the responsibility of the competitor for himself and his equipment.  Mudeford Sailing Club and any event sponsors shall not be responsible for any loss, damage, personal injury or death, however caused, as a result of competitors taking part in a race or races.

IDENTIFICATION AND ADVERTISING

Each competitor shall display their sail number on their mainsail.

NOTICES TO COMPETITORS

Notices to competitors will be published on an official notice board in the clubhouse.  Changes to this SI may be made by the race officer at the pre-race briefing or be published at least one hour before the first scheduled race of the day, accompanied by the appropriate signal.

PERSONAL BUOYANCY AND CLOTHING

Competitors shall wear personal buoyancy at all times when racing.  It shall take the form of at least a waistcoat type buoyancy aid.

RACE INSTRUCTIONS

A meeting will be held before racing begins at which competitors will be briefed on the courses to be sailed, the start sequence and the procedure for individual and general recall.  Alterations may be notified at briefings, or on a board on the committee boat, when an L flag shall be flown.

FLEETS

Competitors will sail in one fleet unless there are sufficient numbers of Sport and Pro sailors to make two fleets a viable option. Awards will be made to both classes as appropriate.

TIMINGS

Briefing at 0930, first possible start 1000, second race back to back, break for refreshments then races 3 and 4 to follow unless briefed otherwise. Prizegiving after race 4.

COURSE

Racing will take place in Christchurch Harbour.  Fleets will race over a course to be briefed on the day, or by default on a square course.  Races will last approximately 40 minutes for the leading boats. The course will be marked with orange inflatable buoys. If possible a lead boat will drive round the course ahead of the fleet

NOTE.  If conditions require it a Starboard Hand course may be set.  If so, this will be indicated on a board on the Committee boat.

START SEQUENCE

The usual 5 minute start sequence will be used. If two fleets are racing, the start signal for the first fleet will be the 5-minute signal for the second fleet

DISCARDS

If 4 races are held there will be one discard.

PROTESTS

Experienced sailors must bear in mind the nature of the event and that novice sailors may be taking part. Technical protests are discouraged. However, a competitor intending to protest shall inform the race committee (afloat or ashore) after they finish the race in question.  On going ashore they must complete a protest form and hand it to the race officer or committee member within 60 minutes of the last competitor finishing that race or the last race in a back to back series.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

The racing area is Christchurch Harbour.  At all times, competitors must give way to vessels that are limited in their ability to manoeuvre.  This principally applies to vessels in the marked channels, in particular ferries and other commercial craft.   There is a prohibited area (a nature reserve) to the SW of the Club.  Entry and landing is not permitted except in an emergency.

OBSTRUCTIONS

All moored boats in the harbour are Obstructions as defined by RSS. 

Buoys, of whatever sort, are not Obstructions.

SIGNING OFF

Helms need only sign off if they retire from the race or series in question.

MIKE ROACH, SAILING SECRETARY, FEBRUARY 2017

 

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