Bill Chandler Memorial Invitational
NOTICE OF RACE
Teague Bay, St Croix US Virgin Islands
November 22, 2020
Organizing Authority: St. Croix Yacht Club
-This Regatta will be governed by the current World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS).
-420 class will follow ISSA Rules and also run as a standard 2 Division High School Regatta. Each Team will consist of 2 boats(4 Sailors), A division and B Division. Teams will Rotate boats after every 2 races. There will be no Age Limit for the 420 Class.
-420 (Spin, no trap) -Optimist Green -Optimist Championship Fleet
-O'Pen Skiff -Sunfish
ENTRY & FEES
-Competitors may register by visiting the St. Croix Yacht Club website or Regatta Network Regatta Network website to register. Registration ends November 20th
Space is limited due to Covid 19
Optimist Championship (10) $20
Optimist Green (10) $10
O'Pen Skiff (3) $10
Sunfish (5) $20
420 (Spin, no trap) (5) $80
*Non- SCYC Members pay an additional $10
Friday 1700-2000: Registration and Happy Hour
Sunday 0830-0930: Rigging/Boat Assignments/Lunch Orders
0930-0945: Briefing/Q & A on East Lawn
1000: Warning Signal for first class
1200-1300: Lunch - Social Distance
1315: Warning Signal for first Afternoon Start
1500: Deadline for last start
**Awards will be given ASAP on the Beach after Race Committee Reaches the Dock**
-SCYC Opti Green will use only SCYC Equipment. 15 spots available
-First come First Serve for all classes.
-After November 13th, all Non-SCYC Members registered will be allocated a SCYC Boat if needed.Limited amount of boats are available. Non-SCYC members will have optimist available for after be Oct 20th, on a first come, first serve basis. 420’s will all be supplied
-Rental Optimist Championship boats are available upon request, with limited quantity at a first come first serve basis. Please contact: email@example.com
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See Rule 4, Decision to Race. The organizing authority will not accept liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta.