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KSSS Friday Racing Series

[RESULTS]

Notice of Race & Sailing Instructions

ALL COMPETITORS MUST COMPLETE THE ENTRY FORM AND WAIVER IN ORDER TO PARTAKE IN THIS SERIES. 

ALL COMPETITOR PARTICIPANTS (skipper & crew) ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE WAIVER

waiver should be completed by a) the yacht owner and b) any and all crew members that will participate on the same yacht in KSC regattas. In the event a crew member has not signed the waiver, that crew member will be deemed to not be a participant in the regatta at the liability of the owner. It is the yacht owner’s responsibility to ensure that waivers are completed by all participating crew members. A yacht that appears in the vicinity of the course whose owner has not completed a waiver will be deemed a non-participant.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE ONLINE WAIVER

First warning at 7:10pm with 5 minute rolling starts.

·         Division 1- J/22 One Design

·         Division 2- OPEN (to all boats, no handicap)

·         Division 3- PHRF

Sound Signals

Start times may change from published- please monitor CH69

Alert                    7:09pm  5 short 

Warning (5 min): 7:10pm - 1 long

Division 1:           7:15pm  Start - 1 long

Division 2:           7:20pm  Start - 1 long

Division 3:           7:25pm  Start - 1 long


Schedule of Races will consist the following Friday's

June 4, 11, 18, 25

July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

August 6, 13, 20, 27

Only one race is scheduled per evening. One race shall constitute a series.

Classes/ Divisions

Division 1- one design start for the J/22 fleet

Division 2- Open to any yacht, no handicap ratings. Finishes will be in place.

Division 3- any yacht registered with a PHRF rating in the entry form

Racing Area is defined as Lake Washington north of Evergreen Point and South of Juanita Point

Courses will be navigators’ courses (not windward-leeward). As such, the start may be upwind or downwind and the line may not be square. Unless otherwise notified by VHF Radio on Channel 69 at 1855 each race day, marks are rounded to port.  One of two courses, shown below may be set dependent on wind direction. During a northerly wind, KSSS (N) will be set. During a Southerly, KSSS (S) will be set. Both marks will not be set at the same time, to avoid confusion. The course is Start, KSSS (W), KSSS (N or S), Finish. 

The start/ finish line is an orange inflatable buoy and the flag at the breakwater at Carillon Point. All other marks of the course are yellow inflatables.

Course A- Northerly Wind

Course B- Southerly Wind


Start line will be off the seawall at Carillon Point Marina with the pin end represented by an inflatable racing buoy and the 'boat' end the flag with committee based on the outer part of the dock.

Prior to the start of each race at 1900 hours, each competitor will sail past the race committee hailing the boat name and sail number. Check in by VHF radio is not permitted and will not be acknowledged.

Race committee will attempt to identify recalled yachts and broadcast sail numbers on Ch69. Failure of a yacht to see or hear their recall shall not be grounds for redress.

Finish will be sailing back through the starting line.

Time limit is based on sunset (not nautical twilight).

If 1st boat in a class fails to cross the Start-Finish line in the first full lap by sunset the race will be considered abandoned for that class.

If the 1st boat in a class fails to round the windward mark the 2nd lap then that class will be scored as they crossed the Start Finish line after the 1st lap.

 Yachts failing to finish within 30 minutes of the first place in each division will be marked Time Limit Expired (TLE)

Scoring will be calculated using the RORC cox-sprague high-point scoring system and published by email to all registered competitors.

Withdrawals/ retirements shall notify committee on Ch69

Protests- there will be no protest hearings.

Prizes- 

PHRF Championship Trophy- awarded to the yacht with the highest season score, with prizes for the owner/ skipper in first, second and third places

J/22 awards for highest season scores by boat; first, second and third places.

Kindheart Trophy- awarded to the individual making the highest season contributions to the KSSS charitable cause. 

Gary Clouse Trophy- awarded to the individual displaying the highest levels of Corinthian spirit and promotion of the KSSS

Social

Since some COVID restrictions are still in place, reservations are required at the Beach House restaurant.  Moving forward, we hope to gather there for a post-race event. Carillon Point have confirmed they will allow rafting up at both sides of the visitors dock and also there may be some visitors berths available for a few hours in the marina- contact the marina office for reservations. https://www.carillon-point.com/guest-moorage-form/

Event contacts

julian@kirklandsailingclub.org

sailingdan@hotmail.com

Dean@syntek.com


info@kirklandsailingclub.org

(425) 595 3440

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