Jamestown Yacht Club

2000

Race Circular

 

 

 

 

 

2000 Sailing Instructions

 

Jamestown

Yacht

Club

 

 

 

 

2000 OFFICERS

Commodore Lois Cone

423-1846

Vice Commodore Julio DiGiando

423-1656

Rear Commodore Richard Boes

423-0379

Secretary Melanie Doherty

423-3196

Treasurer Winston Knight

423-3449

Member-At-Large Bucky Brennan

423-9946

Member-At-Large V.G. Gooding

423-1137

Past Commodore Will Graham

846-7231

Fleet Captain Steve McInnis

423-3680

Race Committee Steve McInnis

423-3680

  Roy Guay

423-2938

  Cheryl Rienzo-

783-7706

  Lois Cone

423-1846

Cruising Committee Jeff McDonough

423-3627

Social Committee Ellen McDonagh

423-3235

Junior Advisor Michaela McInnis

423-3680

2000 JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB

SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

I. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Rules: Racing shall be conducted in accordance with the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) for 1997-2000, as amended, the US SAILING’s prescriptions thereto, these sailing instructions and any amendments thereto, and the respective series notice for each event. All the JYC races are Category A Events (see Racing Rules of Sailing Appendix G, Advertising).

Scoring: The low point scoring system, Appendix A, A2 Scoring Systems of the Racing Rules of Sailing, will be used and is modified by the rest of this paragraph. The first place boat shall receive point. The following results, DSQ, RET, DNF, DNS, OCS, and DND (see Appendix A, A3 Abbreviations for Scoring Records), will be scored points for the finishing place one more than the number of boats started (including those scored as OCS and DNS) in that boat’s race. DNC is not scored. Each boat’s score for each series shall be the average of the boat’s best N races (where N is the number of qualifying races as defined in each Series Notice). Worse scores are not discarded when prohibited by A1.3 of the Racing Rules of Sailing. Only one DSQ may be thrown out per series.

Penalties for Breaking Rules in Part 2 of the Racing Rules of Sailing: Note that The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), Rule 44.1 is not overridden and that the method for accepting a penalty for breaking rules in Part 2 of the Racing Rules of Sailing is the 720 Turns Penalty, RRS Rule 44.2. All penalty turns shall be reported to the Race Committee.

Protests: In addition to the requirements of The Racing Rules of Sailing, Rule 61.1, Informing the Protestee, the protesting boat shall inform the Race Committee of the protest and of the boat being protested, as soon as possible after finishing. Protests shall be made in accordance with The Racing Rules of Sailing, Part 5, Section A, Protests. The protest shall be written on a copy of the protest form found in the The Racing Rules of Sailing (a copy of the Protest Form is provided in the back of this circular) and shall be handed in to the Race Committee or mailed and postmarked, either of which no later than 24 hours after the race. Parties to the protest will receive notification when and where a protest meeting will be held. Video/audio tapes are not admissible evidence in protest hearings. Mail written protests to:

Steve McInnis

38 Bellevue Avenue

Newport, RI 02840

841-8480(o)

841-8555(fax)

423-3680(h)

Pending protests and results will be displayed on the JYC Bulletin Board at the Conanicut Marina as well as on the JYC Home Page (http://www.jyc.org). Typically protests will be heard within two weeks.

Communicating With the Race Committee: Except for checking in, there will be no conversation with, nor transfer of paperwork to, the race committee at the starting line.

Checking In: As a courtesy, each boat should sail by the race committee before the preparatory signal to identify by voice the boat sail number and class in which it will be racing.

Withdrawal from a Race: Boats withdrawing from a race shall so inform the race committee by the race time limit.

Changes to these Sailing Instructions: Any changes to these sailing instructions will be displayed on the JYC Bulletin Board at the Conanicut Marina and on the JYC Home Page (http://www.jyc.org) at least 24 hours before the race that the changes take effect.

Right of Way Vessels: All deep draft vessels and tugs/barges have right of way over sailing vessels. Respect of these rights is mandatory under the rules of the road.

II. RACE COMMITTEE SIGNALS

Flag Signals: A signal made over a code flag or numeral pennant applies only to the class or group so designated.

Course Signals: Course signals will be displayed by the Race Committee as numbers or letters to be read left to right where the left most digit (letter) designates a class and the following digit(s) identifies the course for that class. The Race Committee may shorten a race, The Racing Rules of Sailing, Rule 32, by stationing themselves, or another Race Committee boat displaying code flag S, at one of the marks of the course. The finish line shall be between the mark and the Race Committee with the mark to be passed on the side as called out by the course.

Fixed Courses: The course to be sailed is identified as a number to the right of the class designation. This course number translates to a set of marks to be rounded, the order in which they shall be rounded and the side to round each mark. These courses are defined in the course list at the back of this race circular and in the new 1998 South Bay Chart. DO NOT USE THE COURSES ON THE 1992 SOUTH BAY CHART! A number in parentheses after a course number indicates the number of laps to be sailed, one (1) being understood. For example, the order of marks to be taken using the designated course of "5" would be: Start, Zp, 13p, Finish. For a designated course of "5(2)" the order of marks would be: Start, Zp, 13p, Zp, 13p, Finish.

Special Courses: The turning marks (to the right of the class designation) are identified in the order in which they shall be rounded and the side to round each mark. A number in parentheses after a course string indicates the number of laps to be sailed, one (1) being understood. For example, the order of marks to be taken using the course string of "Zp13p" would be: Start, Zp, 13p, Finish. For a designated course string of "Zp13p(2)" the order of marks would be: Start, Zp, 13p, Zp, 13p, Finish.

Starting Signals: Starting Signals will be made in accordance with The Racing Rules of Sailing Rule 26 System 2. Times of signals and signal intervals are identified in the appropriate notice of race series announcements.

General Recalls: The last sentence of The Racing Rules of Sailing Rule 29.3. is replaced by this paragraph. A recalled class will not start until after all subsequent classes in the original starting sequence. The preparatory signal for the recalled class will be the starting signal of the last scheduled class. If there is more than one general recall, class order will be maintained with the start of the first general recalled class being the preparatory signal for the next general recalled class, etc.

Signals Made Ashore: Abandonment/Cancellation may be made ashore at the Conanicut Marina due to fog, severe weather or no wind. The Abandonment/Cancellation will be announced on Channel 72.

III. COURSE INFORMATION

Course Chart: The 1998 South Bay Race Chart designates the marks referenced on the course list in this book. Copies are available at each participating yacht club. Note: The Jamestown courses on the 1998 South Bay Race Chart match the courses in this race circular for 2000 racing.

Starting & Finishing Areas: Starting and finishing areas to be used for the series using these instructions are:

The Starting Area is bounded by special race Mark 3 (NE of Conanicut YC) to the North, Buoy F (not shown on chart) to the South and the Bay channel to the East. Typically the Starting Line is at Mark 3. The finish line is between Buoy F and the Conanicut Marina main gas pier. Buoy F is located approximately 500 feet East of the marina pier. Buoy F shall be the eastern most red channel buoy. If for some reason we do not have a Race Committee Boat, we will be using the Finish Line for the Start Line also.

The race committee may display code flag "L" and lead contestants to another starting area if racing conditions so require.

When the course signal postscripts the last mark as the finishing mark (fin), the finish line will be at the last mark.

Starting and Finishing Lines: The starting and finishing lines will be between the Race Committee Flag and the nearby mark.

Turning Marks: Turning marks will be designated as noted on the course chart. Special racing Marks 1, 4 and 8 are yellow plastic barrels. Mark 3 is a yellow spherical buoy. Mark Z is the furthest east green channel marker, which marks the channel north-northwest of the Dumplings.

Special Instructions: A boat shall not sail between Rose Island and the Newport Bridge or between the Dumplings and Conanicut Island. When sailing under the Newport Bridge, a boat shall use one of the three (3) center spans of the suspension section of the bridge. Boats shall pass through only the center span of both Jamestown Bridges.

Last Marks East of Finish Mark F: When Marks T, S or 6 are the last marks to be rounded, the finish shall be North to South, otherwise if the last mark is North of the finish line, the finish shall be North to South. If the last mark is South of the finish line, the finish shall be South to North. Note that this clarification is required only if the finish line is between the Conanicut Marina Dock and Buoy F.

All government aids to navigation must be observed, except in the leg of a race where it is used as a turning mark and the following: Mark 13 (C"13") North of the Newport Bridge, and Mark V (G"17") Southeast of Gould Island. REMINDER: Narragansett Bay is a restricted waterway for commercial shipping.

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

SUPPLEMENT

1. Conflicts: In the event of conflicting sailing instructions, the notice for the event shall have precedence.

2. Eligibility: Entrants must be a current member of a yacht club or registered fleet and submit the Entry and Waiver forms (in the back of this circular), PHRF rating certificate by PHRF of Narragansett Bay and the appropriate fee to the JYC as described in paragraph 4 below. Mail the above forms and fees (see paragraphs 3 and 4 below) to:

Steve McInnis

38 Bellevue Avenue

Newport, RI 02840

PHRF forms can be obtained from PHRF-NB at:

PHRF-NB

P.O. Box 41117

Providence, RI 02940-1117

Phone: (401) 253-0207

Fax: (401) 254-1495

Home Page: http://www.phrf-nb.org/

3. Forms: The forms provided herein may either be copied or pulled from this booklet. We need all the forms and the fee in order to classify a boat as registered. The Race Committee can not accept the forms and fee while on the starting line. Remember, NO FORMS, NO RACE, NO KIDDING!!! Do not participate in the racing if not registered; this can have an impact on the registered boats and is not fair to the registered boats. It is possible for non-registered boats that impact registered boats that are racing to be protested (see The Racing Rules of Sailing Rules 22.1 and 64.1c) and possibly even barred from all racing.

4. Entry Fees: For members of the Jamestown Yacht Club, the fee is $20.00 per series or $40.00 for all series and specialty events. For non-members, the fee is $30.00 per series or $60.00 for all series and specialty events. Specialty events only (e.g., Crew Rotation Race, Night Race) are $10.00 each for members and non-members alike. There will be a $5.00 fee credit for US SAILING members. A late charge of $10.00 will be added for all boats registering less than 24 hours before the first race of each series.

5. Results: After each Tuesday night race, the results will be posted in the downstairs restaurant of the Jamestown Golf Club Caddy Shack, on the JYC Bulletin Board at the Conanicut Marina, in The Jamestown Press, The Newport Daily News and on the JYC Home Page (http://www.jyc.org).

6. Overboard Discharge: Discharge of sewage and/or non-biodegradable materials during a race will be grounds for disqualification.

7. JYC Member Qualifiers: JYC boats that participate in the Cruise Week at the same time as a Summer Series Race shall get a qualifier for that week's race. Any JYC skippers that participate in a yacht club team race supporting the JYC at the same time as one of the JYC races shall get a qualifier for that race (as long as their boat does not race in the JYC race). A qualifier will be used as follows. If the boat with the qualifier has one less race than the minimum required, then the qualifier will give them the minimum required for the series and the scoring will be computed based on the boat’s actual number of races vice the minimum (e.g., a boat with a qualifier that has six races and seven are needed to qualify, then the boat will qualify and be scored based on the average of the six races vice seven).

8. Changes in Class: A registered boat will not be allowed to change classes in the middle of a series if at that time the number of races left in the series is less than the minimum required for a boat to qualify.

9. Change of Boat: A boat and owner combined is the registered entity. A change of boats by an owner within a series will constitute a new entry. The new boat may or may not qualify depending on how many races the owner’s new boat races. This will require a new Racing Entry Form, etc. and only a $10 fee will be levied. Change of boats by an owner between series will also require a new Racing Entry Form, etc. and a $10 fee will be levied. In order for the old boat to race, a new Racing Entry Form, etc. must be submitted along with the regular entry fees as itemized on the Racing Entry Form and will be considered a new entry effective upon receipt of all forms and fees.

10. Race Committee Communications: As a courtesy, race committee communications will be made on Channel 72. Boats may be identified for Individual Recalls. General Recalls, Postponements and Abandonment/Cancellations may be announced. The Race Committee will also announce, before the Warning Signal, that races will be held by the Jamestown Yacht Club and the location of the racing on Channels 13 and 16.

11. Handicap Scoring: Time on Time is used to calculate corrected elapse times. The following equation is used:

Corrected Elapse Time = (Actual Finish Time - Start Time) * (650 / (550 + PHRF)).

12. After Clearing the Finish Line: After clearing the finish line, do not recross the finish line. This may hide other boats finishing from the Race Committee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB

2000 SPRING SERIES NOTICE

RULES:

See the Rules paragraph in section I, General Instructions of this Race Circular.

SERIES SCHEDULE:

Tuesday evenings, May 9 through June 6, for a total of 5 races.

CLASSES:

The following starting sequence assumes that there are two spinnaker classes and one non-spinnaker class which is the way it has worked out for the past several years. The actual number of classes and the PHRF break points will not be determined until the first race. The Race Committee boat will identify the Classes and their PHRF spread. Each entrant must notify the race committee of which class they wish to sail prior to the preparatory signal of that class.

STARTING SEQUENCE: Racing Rules of Sailing 26.1 System 2

Spinnaker -- Class A

WARNING

YELLOW

1810

PREPARATORY

BLUE

1815

START

RED

1820

Spinnaker -- Class B

START

BLUE

1825

Non-Spinnaker -- Class C

START

RED

1830

TIME LIMIT:

Rule 35, Time Limit, of the Racing Rules of Sailing is modified by the following. The first boat of a class must cross the finish line before 2100, otherwise the race for that class shall be abandoned. If one boat of a class crosses the finish line before 2100, boats will be scored until 2130, after which any boats not finished will receive a DNF.

PRIZES AND QUALIFICATION:

First place will be awarded when at least two boats qualify for the series, second place if at least three boats qualify, and third place if five or more boats qualify. To qualify a boat must race in 75% of the races (truncated) actually held in the series (if 5 races are held, then 3 races are needed to qualify).

 

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB

2000 SUMMER SERIES NOTICE

RULES:

See the Rules paragraph in section I, General Instructions of this Race Circular.

SERIES SCHEDULE:

Tuesday evenings, June 13 through August 29 (except for July 4), for a total of 10 races. Note: The Crew Rotational Race will be held on July 25 and is not part of the Summer Series. There will be no race on Tuesday, July 4.

CLASSES:

The following starting sequence assumes that there are three spinnaker classes and one non-spinnaker class which is the way it has worked out for the past several years. The actual number of classes and the PHRF break points will not be determined until the first race. The Race Committee boat will identify the Classes and their PHRF spread. Each entrant must notify the race committee of which class they wish to sail prior to the preparatory signal of that class.

STARTING SEQUENCE: Racing Rules of Sailing 26.1 System 2

Spinnaker -- Class A

WARNING

YELLOW

1810

PREPARATORY

BLUE

1815

START

RED

1820

Spinnaker -- Class B

START

BLUE

1825

Spinnaker -- Class C

START

RED

1830

Non-Spinnaker -- Class D

START

BLUE

1835

TIME LIMIT:

The following modifies Rule 35, Time Limit, of the Racing Rules of Sailing. The first boat of a class must cross the finish line before 2100, otherwise the race for that class shall be abandoned. If one boat of a class crosses the finish line before 2100, boats will be scored until 2130, after which any boats not finished will receive a DNF.

PRIZES AND QUALIFICATION:

First place will be awarded when at least two boats qualify for the series, second place if at least three boats qualify, and third place if five or more boats qualify. To qualify a boat must race in 75% of the races (truncated) actually held in the series (if 10 races are held, then 7 races are needed to qualify).

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB

NIGHT RACE

JUNE 23, 2000

RULES:

All rules and regulations noted in the JYC Summer Series notice are applicable except as amended herein. Please have the courtesy to notify the Race Committee as soon as possible if you withdraw from the race.

ELIGIBILITY:

This race is a specialty race conducted by the Jamestown Yacht Club and requires all the same documentation (racing form, PHRF form, etc., see Eligibility and Entry Fees sections in the Sailing Instructions Supplement) as required for the other races. Boats already registered for all events need not duplicate.

CLASSES:

CLASS A: All boats intending to use Spinnakers.

CLASS B: All boats intending to use Cruising Canvas only.

COURSES ARE TO BE SAILED AS INDICATED BELOW:

CLASS A:

COURSE E

COURSE F

Rs

13p

Qs

Vp

Ns

13s

Dutch Island to s

GC "1"p

GC "5"s

GC "3"p

GC "3"s

GC "5"p

GC "1"s

Dutch Island to p

13p

Np

Vs

Qp

13s

Rp

Finish

Finish

CLASS B:

COURSE G

COURSE H

Rs

13p

Qs

GC "1"p

Ns

GC "3"p

Dutch Island to s

GC "5"p

GC "5"s

Dutch Island to p

GC "3"s

Np

GC "1"s

Qp

13s

Rp

Finish

Finish

STARTING SEQUENCE: Racing Rules of Sailing 26.1 System 2

Spinnaker – Class A

WARNING

YELLOW

1810

PREPARATORY

BLUE

1815

START

RED

1820

Non-Spinnaker – Class B

START

BLUE

1825

TIME LIMIT:

Rule 35, Time Limit, of the Racing Rules of Sailing has been waived for this event. Competitors should be prepared to synchronize their watches at the Preparatory Signal at 1815. Competitors shall take their own finish time and submit it to the Race Committee within 12 hours of that time.

Steve McInnis

841-8480(o)

841-8444(fax)

423-3680(h)

Prizes:

First place will be awarded when at least two boats start the race for each class, second place if at least three boats start for each class and third place if five or more boats start the race.


JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB

CREW ROTATIONAL RACE NOTICE

JULY 25, 2000

RULES:

This race is not part of the Summer Series and requires a separate entry form and fee if the boat has not registered for all of the JYC Racing Series. All rules and regulations noted in the JYC Summer Series Notice are applicable, except as amended herein.

1. Each boat must have at least three (3) crew on board.

2. Each entrant shall notify the race committee as to whether they will race spinnaker or non-spinnaker. Typically there is one spinnaker class and one non-spinnaker class. Should there be enough boats to warrant more classes, the Race Committee may add more classes and identify on the course board the PHRF spread for each class and whether it is a spinnaker or non-spinnaker class.

3. Spinnaker boats shall race on a course with 6 legs, non-spinnaker boats on a course with 4 legs, as signaled by the race committee.

4. Each leg shall be sailed so that each member of the crew takes a different position on each leg. The captain shall provide a list of the rotation used, which shall be submitted, to the race committee no later than 2 hours after the time limit. Failure to do so will disqualify the boat.

5. To the extent possible, each boat shall be manned by her usual crew. The regular captain may sail only one leg of the course at the helm, but may offer instructions throughout the race.

6. Crew rotation takes place within 2 boat-lengths of a mark.

7. A boat need not sail in the same class as they were registered during the Summer Series.

COURSES: Race Committee may use these or create new ones as per this Race Circular.

SPINNAKER CLASS:

J - Zp Rp Yp 6p 13p 5.0 Miles

K - 13s 11s Tp 6s Rs 4.4 Miles

L -- ZpTp3p(2) 4.7 Miles

NON-SPINNAKER CLASS:

L - Zp 2p Sp 3.8 Miles

M - 13s Ts Zs 2.9 Miles

CLASSES:

There will be at least two classes, one spinnaker and one working sail class.

STARTING SEQUENCE: Racing Rules of Sailing 26.1 System 2

Spinnaker – Class A

WARNING

YELLOW

1810

PREPARATORY

BLUE

1815

START

RED

1820

 

Non-Spinnaker – Class B

START

BLUE

1825

TIME LIMIT:

The following modifies Rule 35, Time Limit, of The Racing Rules of Sailing. The first boat of a class must cross the finish line before 2100, otherwise the race for that class shall be abandoned. If one boat of a class crosses the finish line before 2100, boats will be scored until 2130, after which any boats not finished will receive a DNF.

PRIZES:

A first place prize will be awarded to each participating member of the crew in each class. A second place prize will be awarded to each participating member of the crew in each class if 5 or more boats start in that class. A third place prize will be awarded to each participating member of the crew in each class if 8 or more boats start in that class.

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB

2000 FALL SERIES NOTICE

RULES:

See the Rules paragraph in section I, General Instructions of this Race Circular.

SERIES SCHEDULE:

The Fall Series shall be 5 September (Tuesday) and September 10, 17, and 24 and October 1 (four Sundays), for a total of 5 races.

CLASSES:

The following starting sequence assumes that there are two spinnaker classes and one non-spinnaker class which is the way it has worked out for the past several years. The actual number of classes and the PHRF break points will not be determined until the first race. The Race Committee boat will identify the Classes and their PHRF spread. Each entrant must notify the race committee of which class they wish to sail prior to the preparatory signal of that class.

STARTING SEQUENCE for Sundays (Tuesday race uses the same starting times as used in the Summer Series): Racing Rules of Sailing 26.1 System 2

Spinnaker -- Class A

WARNING

YELLOW

1330

PREPARATORY

BLUE

1335

START

RED

1340

Spinnaker -- Class B

START

BLUE

1345

Non-Spinnaker -- Class C

START

RED

1350

TIME LIMIT:

Rule 35, Time Limit, of the Racing Rules of Sailing is modified by the following. The first boat of a class must cross the finish line before 1800 (2100 for the Tuesday race), otherwise the race for that class shall be abandoned. If one boat of a class crosses the finish line before 1800 (2100 for the Tuesday race), boats will be scored until 1830 (2130 for the Tuesday race), after which any boats not finished shall receive a DNF.

PRIZES AND QUALIFICATION:

First place will be awarded when at least two boats qualify for the series, second place if at least three boats qualify, and third place if five or more boats qualify. To qualify a boat must race in 75% of the races (truncated) actually held in the series (if 5 races are held, then 3 races are needed to qualify).

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB RACE COURSES

Course

Marks

Dist

Course

Marks

Dist

 

Wind 250-210

 

43.

4p 1p

4.4

1.

Zp 6s Zs

3.6

44.

Rp Ss Rs

3.4

2.

Zp 8s Zs

4.6

     

3.

Zp 8s Rs

4.8

 

Wind 190-170

 

4.

Zp 8s Qs

5.5

45.

Rs Zs

2.0

     

46.

Rp 3p

2.5

  Wind 210-190  

47.*

Rp Sp

2.6

5.*

Zp Sp

2.4

48.*

Rp 2p Tp

3.6

6.

Zp 3p

2.5

49.

Rp 11p

3.9

7.

Zp Tp 3p

2.9

50.

4p 3p

3.9

8.

Zp Tp 13p 3p

3.1

51.

Rp Ss 2s 3p

4.1

9.

Zp 13p

3.2

52.*

Rp 13s Ss

4.4

10.*

Zp 13s Ts

3.6

53.

4p 13p

4.8

11.

Zp 11p

4.0

54.

Rp Xp

4.9

12.*

Zp 4p 1p Sp

4.3

55.

Rp 3p Rp 13p

5.6

13.*

Zp Rp 8p 6s Sp

4.3

56.

Rp Vp

6.3

14.

Zp Xp 13p

4.5

57.

Rs

1.9

15.*

Zp 11p 13p Ts

4.5

58.

Rp 6p Rs

3.5

16.

Zp Xp

4.8

59.

Rp 3p Rs

3.9

17.

Zp 13s Rs 3p

5.1

60.

Rp Ss 2s

4.2

18.

Zp Vp

5.9

61.

4p 1p Zs

4.4

19.

Zp Vs 11s

6.4

62.

Rp 6p Rp 6p Rs

5.1

20.*

Zp Xp Zp Sp

6.4

63.

Rp 13s 2s

6.0

21.

Zp Ss Ps 13p

8.4

64.

Js

7.5

22.

Zp Sp Zs

3.1

65.

Ks Ns

10.6

23.

Zp Tp Zs

3.4

66.

4s 3s Rs

5.5

24.

Zp 3p Zs

3.5

67.

4p 13p Rs

6.4

25.

Zp Ts Rs

3.6

     

26.

Zp 13p Zs

4.2

 

Wind 170-150

 

27.

Zp Sp Zp Rp

4.5

68.

2p Tp

3.4

28.

Zp 13s Rs

4.6

69.

2p 3p

3.5

29.

Zp 13s Rs

4.6

70.*

2p Sp

3.5

30.

Zp 11p Zs

4.9

71.

2p 13p

4.3

31.

Zp Sp 13p Rs

4.9

72.*

2p 3s Ss

4.8

32.

Zp Xp Zs

5.3

73.*

2p 13s Ss

5.6

33.

Zp Ts Rs 13p

5.4

74.

2s Zs

3.1

34.

Zp Tp Zp Tp Zs

5.4

75.

2s

3.1

35.

Zp Ss 2s 13p Rs

6.6

76.

2s Rs

3.2

36.

Zp Ss Ps

6.8

77.

2p 6s Ys

3.7

37.

Zp Vp Zs

7.0

78.

2p Sp Zs

3.8

38.

Zp Np Qs Pp Rp

13.8

79.

2p Sp 2s

4.7

39.

4p 8p Rs

5.7

80.

2p Ss 2s Zs

4.9

40.

4p 6p Rs

4.8

81.

2s 3s 2s Zs

6.3

41.

4p 8s 4s

6.6

82.

2p Sp 3p 2s

6.4

42.

4p 6s 4s

5.8

83.

2p 13s Ts 3p 2s

7.7

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB RACE COURSES

Course

Marks

Dist

Course

Marks

Dist

 

Wind 150-130

 

122.*

Xs Zp Tp

5.3

84.

6p 3p

2.7

123.

11p 3p Zp Tp 11p 3p

5.5

85.*

Ss 3s Ss

2.8

124.

Xp 13s Vp

5.9

86.

1p 3p

3.3

125.

Xs Zp Tp 3s Xp

8.2

87.

Yp 6p

3.6

126.

11s Zs

3.1

88.*

Yp 3s Ss

5.0

127.

11s Rs

3.6

89.

Yp 6p Xp 13p Rp Xp

10.6

128.

11s Zp Ss Zs

4.7

90.

Ss Rs

2.3

129.

11s Zp Ts Zs

5.1

91.

Ss Zp Rp

2.8

     

92.

Sp Tp Rs

2.8

 

Wind 050-000

 

93.

1s

2.8

130.

3s Zp 3p

2.5

94.

1s Rs

3.2

131.

13s Tp 11p

3.3

95.

Ys

3.3

132.

3s Zp 13p

3.6

96.

Ss 2s

3.3

133.*

13s Zp Tp

4.0

97.

1s Zp 2p

5.0

134.

13s Zp Tp 3s 13s

5.5

98.

Yp 6p Sp 2s

5.3

135.*

13s Rp Sp Zs Tp

5.6

99.

Sp 13s 11s 2s

5.7

136.

Vs Rs Zs Vp

11.0

100.

Ss Ys Zs 6s Ys

6.7

137.

3s Zs

2.0

101.

Ys Zp 2p Ss Ys

7.9

138.

3s Rs

2.1

102.

Ys Np Kp

12.1

139.

3s Ss Zs

2.3

     

140.

3s Ss Rs

2.6

 

Wind 130-110

 

141.

13s Zs

2.6

103.

Tp 13s 11s

3.1

142.

13s Zp Ts Zs

4.6

104.*

Tp 13s 11s 3p Ts

4.1

143.

13s Rs

3.1

105.

Ts Zp Yp

4.5

144.

13s Vs 11s 13s Xs Rs

8.2

106.

Tp 13p Zp Yp

5.8

145.

13s Ps

5.2

107.

1p 3p Ys

6.4

146.

13s 4p 6p Rs

6.1

108.

Tp 13p Sp Ys Zp Rp Ss Ys Zs

8.3

147.

13s Vs 11s 13p Rs

6.5

     

148.

Vs 4s

7.1

 

Wind 090-070

 

149.

13s Vs 11s 13p 4s

7.7

109.

11p 13p

2.7

     

110.

11p 3p 11p

4.5

 

Offwind/Downwind Starts

 

111.

11s Zp 6p

5.0

 

Wind 210-230

 

112.

11p 13s Xs 3s Xs

7.4

150.

13s Zp 6s Rs

6.2

113.

11s Rp Yp

5.1

151.

13s 11s Zs

3.5

114.

11p 13s Xs 3s Vp

8.4

152.

Ss Zp 6s Rs

4.1

     

153.

13s Ss Zs Ts Rs

5.2

 

Wind 070-050

 

154.

13s 11s Sp 6s Rs

5.6

115.*

11s Ts

2.3

     

116.

Xp

3.2

 

Wind 230-250

 

117.*

11p 13p Ts

3.6

155.

Xp 3p

3.1

118.*

Xp 13p Ts

4.0

156.

Xp Vp

4.7

119.

Xp 3s 13p

4.6

157.

Xp 13p Xp

4.9

120.

11p 3p Zp Sp

4.6

158.*

Xp 3p Ts Zp Sp

5.7

121.

Xp 3p 11s

5.3

159.

Xp 13p 11p Vp 3p

6.5

JAMESTOWN YACHT CLUB RACE COURSES

Course

Marks

Dist

Course

Marks

Dist

160.

Xp Vp 13p Vp

7.5

171.

2p Yp Sp 2s

5.2

161.

Xp 18p

9.3

172.

2p 3p Rs Zs

5.2

162.

Xs Zs

4.1

     
       

Wind 350-010

 
 

Wind 250-270

 

173.

Rp 13p

3.6

163.

11p 3p

2.4

174.

Rp 3s Sp 13p

4.6

164.

11p Vp 3p

3.8

175.

Rp 13s 11p Xp

5.6

165.*

11p 3p Zp Sp

4.6

     

166.

11p 3p Zp Tp 11p 3p

5.5

 

Wind 010-030

 
     

176.

Zp 13p

3.2

 

Wind 310-330

 

177.

Zp 13s Tp 13p

4.8

167.

Ys Rs

3.2

178.*

Zp 13s Rp Tp

5.6

168.

Yp Sp 2s

4.7

     

169.

Yp Sp 2s Rs

4.9

 

Wind 340-020

 
     

179.

Pp 13p

7.4

 

Wind 330-350

 

180.

Kp 13p

10.4

170.*

2p Sp

3.2

181.

Np Pp Qp Np

15.1

Note: * next to the course number indicates the use of special rule "Last Marks East of Finish Mark" of Section III.