Message from Boating Coordinator 19 January 21
Upcoming RMYS Sailing:
20 January – Twilight Series II Race 3
23 January – Agar Wynne
27 January- Twilight Series II Race 4
30th January – Squadron Trophy & Plate
Twilight race start will once again use the light box this week.
Remember your start is when you see you number on the board
START BOX PROCEDURES
There are still a number of boats contacting the tower after the warning signal requesting course number. This is announced at 1745 on VHF, on the start box, in the window of the tower and on member point. Please do not call them after the warning signal.
NEW Twilight Start Sheets:
The combined start sheet for both Spinnaker and Non Spinnaker boats can be found under Summer Twilight Block II . Please note that these will not be finalized until 3pm on the day. A hard copy will be posted on the Olympic Bar and Wet Bar notice boards.
Safety Category Forms & stickers:
There are still a number of outstanding forms and these boats will be contacted directly. To be involved in racing these need to be provided to Colin either at the office or via email. Please also remember to collect your safety sticker.
Twilight: Wednesday 13th
40 boats took part last week and under the control of our volunteers Richard Ferguson (RO), Greg Blackwood, Roger Byrne & Terry Hart they were sent around course 19. The wind dropped out for a while and a good number chose to retire. Those that stuck it out all made it back in plenty of time.
PHS Non-Spinnaker – Yamaha Generators
|2nd||Femme Fatale||Mark Cassar|
AMS Non-Spinnaker – Yamaha Generators
|3rd||Weekend Option||Michael Culhane|
PHS Spinnaker – Insight Building & Design
|3rd||Next Step||Russel Hibbert|
|2nd||Salamander III||Monica Jones|
AMS Spinnaker – Insite Building & Design
|2nd||Next Step||Russell Hibbert|
|1st||Salamander III||Monica Jones|
|3rd||Vitamin C||Juile Carter/Cameroon Reed|
|3rd||3 sec||Red dog|
|2nd||2 sec||Next Step|
|1 st||1 sec||Sugoi|
Saturday: 2 Short Aggregate Races
Abandoned due to wind and sea conditions
We have a core group that do the heavy lifting. As successful club relies heavily on its members to help out. This is aclla out for more of you to take up the challenge of running races. Its fun rewarding and not that difficult. Put your hand up to do sometime in the tower and learn the ropes with the aim of getting your club Race Officer qualification. You will be under the watch eye of some very qualified and experienced volunteers and RO’s so you will be in great hand . So it does not matter water membership category you hold be it social, Sailing, Senior or junior join in
Any question please email Colin on email@example.com