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2012 NBYA Champion of Champions

Postby NBYAADMIN » September 5th, 2012, 9:39 am

2012 Narragansett Bay Yachting Association
Champion of Champions Regatta


Date, September 29, 2012
Venue Vicinity of Pine Hill Point , Upper Narragansett Bay
Race Committee East Greenwich Yacht Club
An NBYA GMT Boat of the Year event

Registration deadline Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 1700 hours Click here to register

Notice of Race
Sailing Instructions
Scratch Sheet
SI Amendment One
Requires 2012 PHRF-NB certificate
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2012 NBYA Champion of Champions NOR

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Champion of Champions Regatta

September 29, 2012

Pine Hill Point

 

NOTICE OF RACE

 

The Organizing Authority is the Narragansett Bay Yachting Association

 

1.    RULES

1.1.  The race will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS).

1.2.  The Protest Committee may impose suitable penalties, other than a disqualification, for violations of any non-Part 2 rule.

This changes RRS 64.1

1.3.  2012 PHRF-NB ratings and rules apply to handicap classes.

 

2.    CLASSES

2.1.  Mono-hull spinnaker and non-spinnaker classes. Class splits will be determined based on number of entries at the discretion of the Organizing Authority.

2.2.  One design classes of five (5) or more boats.

2.3.  Spinnaker and non-spinnaker double-handed boats. (Class's will be established if 5 or more boats each are entered)

 

3.    ADVERTISING

3.1.  ISAF Advertising Regulation 20 will apply; advertising is restricted as published by that regulation.

3.2.  Boats may be required to display event advertising as permitted by Regulation 20.

 

4.    ELIGIBILITY and ENTRY

4.1.  NBYA membership is not required, however in order for this race to be included as part of the GMT BOTY Series, NBYA

membership is required prior to racing.

4.2.  Entry Form

4.2.1.  Boats shall enter this event by completing the on-line entry and paying the entry fee located at the NBYA store

under regatta registration at www.nbya.org. The deadline for entry is 1200, 9/28/12.

4.2.2.  Fee: The entry fee for the C of C Regatta is $ 40.00.

 

5.    SCHEDULE

5.1.  Saturday, September 29th, 1200 - Warning signal for the 1st class.

5.2.  No warning for a new race after 1600.

 

6.    SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

6.1.  Sailing Instructions will be available no later than September 28, 2012, on the NBYA Senior racing page at  www.nbya.org

 

7.    VENUE

7.1.  Racing will be held in the vicinity of Pine Hill Point.

 

8.    COURSES

8.1.  Drop mark windward-leeward courses. Courses will be further defined in the sailing instructions.

8.2.  The race committee will run as many races as the conditions and time allow.

 

9.    PENALTY YSTEM

9.1.  Rules 44.1 and 44.2 are changed so that, except for infringements of Part 2 that occur within the zone of a rounding or

finishing mark, only one turn, including one tack and one gybe, is required.


10.  PRIZES

10.1. First, Second and Third in each class

 

11.  LIABILITY and MEDIA

11.1. Competitors participate in this regatta entirely at their own risk. See RRS 4, Decision to Race. The Organizing Authority, Host Club, Volunteers, Sponsor (s) will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta. Attention is also drawn to ISAF Offshore Special Regulation 1.02 , "Responsibility of the Person in Charge", as well as the "waiver and release of liability" as stated on the entry form.

11.2. In participating in this regatta, a competitor automatically grants to the Organizing Authority, the organizing committee, and sponsors of the regatta the right in perpetuity to make, use and show at their discretion any motion pictures, still pictures and live, taped or filmed television and other reproductions of him or her during the regatta, and of all his or her material related to the regatta, without compensation.

 

12.  RADIO COMMUNICATIONS & ELECTRONICS

12.1. Except in an emergency, a boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats. This restriction also applies to mobile phones, PDA's, or other smart devices. All boats are required to monitor the RC VHF channel as defined in the sailing instructions.

 

13.  FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information, please visit our website at nbya.org / or contact the Event Chairman, or the NBYA office.

 

Charles Stoddard, Event Chairman                                                            Roger Carney, Administrator

Tel: (401) 245-7449                                                                                    Narragansett Bay Yachting Association

Email: cstoddard@FCxPerformance.com                                               Email: NBYAAdmin@nbya.org


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2012 NBYA Champion of Champions Scratch Sheet

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2012 Champion of Champions 
Saturday 9/29/12
Hosted by East Greenwich Yacht Club
Spinnaker
Sail No Skipper Yacht Model PHRF Rating
30306 Nannini, Mark BELLA Highland 32 15
87 Spalding, H Curtis RESILIENCE C&C 99 103
269 Thurston, Steve MIGHTY PUFFIN J 29 111
348 Kneller, Bill RHAPSODY J 30 138
435 Rotsky, Mark NEMESIS J 30 138
229 Stoddard, Charlie FALCON J 30 138
Non Spinnaker
Sail No Skipper Yacht Model PHRF Rating
208 Forbes, Craig HARAKA Beneteau 42 101
22926 Hawkins, Chip CANEEL Pearson 10M 174
5318 Lamora, Joseph LITTLE STAR Catalina 30 207
41615 Banks, Jonathan AND SHE WAS Lippincott 30 208
208 Thorsen, Kenneth THORA Pearson 28-1 30+ 217


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2012 NBYA Champion of Champions Sailing Instructions

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NBYA

Champion of Champions Regatta

Saturday, September 29, 2012

 

Sailing Instructions

 

The Organizing Authority is the Narragansett Bay Yachting Association

2012 Host Club - East Greenwich Yacht Club

 

1.    RULES

1.1.  The race will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.

1.2.  The Protest Committee may impose suitable penalties, other than a disqualification, for violations of any non -Part 2 rule. This changes rule 64.1

1.3.  2012 PHRF-NB ratings and rules apply.

 

2.    NOTICES, Competitor Information and Signals Made Ashore

2.1.  Notices, including race results, amendments and protest hearing schedules, will be posted on the NBYA forum page and on the official notice boat at the host club.

2.2.  Flags will be flown on the main East Greenwich YC flagpole.

2.3.  The RC will fly code flag "lima" on the signal boat and announce any amendments to these instructions before the first warning.

 

3.    CHANGES TO THE SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

3.1.  Any change to the sailing instructions will be posted by 1000 on the day it will take effect. There will be no change in the schedule.

 

4.    SCHEDULE of RACES

4.1.  The warning signal for the first class is scheduled for 1200. The course will be posted and announced with a sound signal five minutes before the first classes warning.

4.2.  The second race (if held) will be started shortly after completion of race one.

4.3.   Course signals will be signaled by hoisting code flag "lima" with one sound at least 5 minutes prior to the start.

 

5.    RACE AREA

5.1.  Racing will be held off Pine Hill point in the West passage of Narragansett Bay. The Race Committee will announce on VHF CH

72 its position in latitude/longitude upon anchoring on-station.

 

6.    THE COURSE

6.1.  The course will be a windward/leeward course with a windward mark offset mark as diagrammed in Appendix 2 - Courses. A course board will display the number of LEGS to be raced. The distance between the windward mark and the offset mark shall not count as a leg for purposes of indicating the number of legs. The course board will also indicate the approximate

magnetic bearing and the distance (nautical miles and tenths) to the first windward mark. Courses will be announced on VHF channel 72. Marks, including the windward offset mark, shall be rounded in order and left to port, except that a gate, when used, shall be rounded as described in rule 28.1 (c).

6.2.  The leeward mark/gate will be an inflatable mark(s) set approximately 0.10 NM to windward of the starting line.

6.3.  Except when there is a change of course:

(a) the finish for a course with an even number of legs will be approximately 0.10 NM to the leeward of the leeward mark/gate; and

(b) the finish for a course with an odd number of legs will be approximately 0.10 NM to windward of the windward mark.


7.    VENUE

7.1.  Racing will be held in the vicinity of Pine Hill Point, West Passage of Narragansett Bay.

 

8.    COURSES

8.1.  Drop mark windward-leeward courses with windward marks and offset and leeward gates.

 

9.    MARKS

9.1.  Turning marks will be orange tetrahedrons. The windward offset mark will be a small orange inflatable mark.

9.2.  The starting mark will be either an anchored Race Committee boat displaying an orange flag or inflatable mark.

9.3.  A new mark, as provided in SI 11, will be a yellow tetrahedron.

9.4.  The finishing mark will be a inflatable mark.

 

10.  THE START

10.1.  Races will be started using rule 26.

10.2. The CLASS FLAGS and order of start shall be the numeral pennants as follows:

10.2.1.  Class 1 - Code flag 1

10.2.2.  Class 2 - Code flag 2

10.2.3.  Class 3 - Code flag 3

10.2.4.  Class 4 - Code flag 4

10.3. The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the Race Committee Signal Boat and either a staff displaying an orange flag on the port-end Race Committee boat or the starting mark.

10.4. The Race Committee will attempt to broadcast the sail number for each OCS boat over VHF channel 72. Failure to make a

broadcast or to time it accurately will not be grounds for redress. This changes rule 62.1 (a)

 

11.  CHANGE OF THE NEXT LEG OF THE COURSE

11.1. To change the next leg of the course, the Race Committee will lay a new mark (or move the finishing line) and remove the original mark as soon as practical. When in a subsequent change a new mark is replaced, it will be replaced by an original mark. The Race Committee may signal a change, but the new mark may not be in place at the time.

 

12.  THE FINISH

12.1. The finishing line will be between the staff displaying an orange flag on the Race Committee Signal boat and the finishing mark.

 

13.  PENALTY SYSTEM

13.1. The penalty system is described in rules 44.1 and 44.2 and D 2.1(c), except that those rules are changed so that, except for infringements of Part 2 that occur within the zone of a rounding mark or the finishing mark, only one turn, including one tac k and one gybe, is required. This changes rules 44.1 and 44.2 and D 2.1 (c)

 

14.  TIME LIMIT

14.1.  The time limit to sail the course and finish is three hours.

 

15.  PROTESTS and REQUESTS FOR REDRESS

15.1. Intention to protest and the boat being protested shall be signified to the Race Committee on VHF channel 72 no later than

immediately after finishing and will be acknowledged by the Race Committee. This changes rule 61.1(a).

15.2. Protest forms are available at the East Greenwich Yacht Club.

15.3. Written protests or requests for redress shall be submitted to the club office, no later than 24 hours after the protesting boats finish time, or 1600 the next day, whichever is later.

15.4. Protest will be heard on October3rd at 1830 hours at the East Greenwich Yacht Club.

 

16.  GOVERNMENT BOUYS

16.1. Government buoys have no required side except when specified as a mark of the course. Caution should be exercised for

safe navigation.

 

17.  SAFE NAVIGATION


17.1. Competitors are reminded that Narragansett Bay is a restricted channel and sailing vessels do not have the right -of-way over a vessel under power that may be restricted in her ability to maneuver. Only the Race Committee or Protest Committee may protest a boat that breaches the Preamble of Part 2. This changes rule 60.1(a)

 

18.  DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY and MEDIA

18.1. Competitors participate in this regatta entirely at their own risk. See RRS 4, Decision to Race. The Organizing Authority, Host Club, Volunteers, Sponsor (s) will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta. Attention is also drawn to ISAF Offshore Special Regulation 1.02 , "Responsibility of the Person in Charge", as well as the "waiver and release of liability" as stated on the entry form.

18.2. In participating in this regatta, a competitor automatically grants to the Organizing Authority, the organizing committee, and sponsors of the regatta the right in perpetuity to make, use and show at their discretion any motion pictures, still pictures and live, taped or filmed television and other reproductions of him or her during the regatta, and of all his or her material related to the regatta, without compensation.

 

19.  RADIO COMMUNICATIONS & ELECTRONICS

19.1. Except in an emergency, a boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats. This restriction also applies to mobile phones, PDA's, or other smart devices. Boats are required to monitor the RC VHF channel 72.

 

20.  NOTES

Narragansett Bay Tides (East Greenwich)

9/29/12                 High        7:59AM                 Low         1:38 PM                 Sunset 6:30 PM

 

 

21.  FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information, please visit our website at nbya.org / or contact the Event Chairman, or the NBYA office.

 

Charles Stoddard, Event Chairman                                                            Roger Carney, Administrator

Tel: (401) 245-7449                                                                                    Narragansett Bay Yachting Association

Email: cstoddard@FCxPerformance.com                                               Email: NBYAAdmin@nbya.org


APPENDIX 2 - Course Diagram

 

 



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Re: 2012 NBYA Champion of Champions

Postby NBYAADMIN » September 27th, 2012, 1:44 pm

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Champion of Champions Regatta
Saturday, September 29, 2012

Amendment One to
Sailing Instructions


Effective Sept 27, 2012 the Sailing instructions are hereby amended to allow the use of a single buoy as the leeward mark as per appendix A
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2012 NBYA Champion of Champions Results

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2012 NBYA Champion of Champions
Combined Spinnaker
Place Skipper    Boat Type Sail # Race 1 Race 2 Total
1 Steve Thurston Mighty Puffin J 29 269 2 1 3
2 Mark Rotsky Nemesis J 30 435 1 3 4
3 Charlie Stoddard Falcon J 30 229 5 2 7
4 Bill Kneller Rhapsody J 30 348 3 4 7
5 H. Curtis Resilience C&C 99 87 4 5 9
DNC Mark Nannini Bella Highland 32 30306 DNC DNC
Combined Non-Spinnaker
Place Skipper    Boat Type Sail # Race 1 Race 2 Total
1 Chip Hawkins Caneel Pearson 10M 22926 2 1 3
2 Jonathan Banks And She Was Lippencott 30 41615 1 2 3
3 Ken Thorsen Thora Pearson 28 208 4 3 7
4 Joseph Lamora Little Star Catalina 30 5318 3 4 7
DNC Craig Forbes Haraka Beneteau 42 208
Race 1 Spinnaker
length 4.80 mi
Place Skipper    Boat Type Rating Sail # Time Corrected
1 Mark Rotsky Nemesis J 30 138 435 1:08:23 0:57:20
2 Steve Thurston Mighty Puffin J 29 111 269 1:07:16 0:58:23
3 Bill Kneller Rhapsody J 30 138 348 1:10:38 0:59:35
4 H. Curtis Resilience C&C 99 103 87 1:08:31 1:00:16
5 Charlie Stoddard Falcon J 30 138 229 1:12:27 1:01:24
DNC Mark Nannini Bella Highland 32 15 30306  
Race 2 Spinnaker
Length 2.50
Place Skipper    Boat Type Rating Sail # Time Corrected
1 Steve Thurston Mighty Puffin J 29 111 269 2:40:46 2:31:53
2 Charlie Stoddard Falcon J 30 138 229 2:44:30 2:33:27
3 Mark Rotsky Nemesis J 30 138 435 2:44:51 2:33:48
4 Bill Kneller Rhapsody J 30 138 348 2:45:03 2:34:00
5 H. Curtis Resilience C&C 99 103 87 2:44:37 2:36:22
DNC Mark Nannini Bella Highland 32 15 30306  
Race 1 Non-Spinnaker
length 4.80 mi
Place Skipper    Boat Type Rating Sail # Time Corrected
1 Jonathan Banks And She Was Lippencott 30 208 41615 1:19:18 1:02:39
2 Chip Hawkins Caneel Pearson 10M 174 22926 1:17:35 1:03:39
3 Joseph Lamora Little Star Catalina 30 207 5318 1:29:16 1:12:42
4 Ken Thorsen Thora Pearson 28 217 208 1:36:03 1:18:41
DNC Craig Forbes Haraka Beneteau 42 101 208   1.00
Race 2 Non-Spinnaker
length 2.50 mi
Place Skipper    Boat Type Rating Sail # Time Corrected
1 Chip Hawkins Caneel Pearson 10M 174 22926 2:27:00 2:19:45
2 Jonathan Banks And She Was Lippencott 30 208 41615 2:30:15 2:21:35
3 Ken Thorsen Thora Pearson 28 217 208 2:31:08 2:22:05
4 Joseph Lamora Little Star Catalina 30 207 5318 2:31:53 2:23:15
DNC Craig Forbes Haraka Beneteau 42 101 208   2.50
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