Ladies on the Lake Regatta is Cancelled.
Notice of Race
1.1. The event is governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.
2. SAILING INSTRUCTIONS
2.1. The sailing instructions will consist of the instructions in RRS Appendix S, Standard Sailing Instructions, and supplementary sailing instructions that will be on the official notice board located at east doorway at the Lake Monroe Sailing Association.
3.1. While racing, except in an emergency, a boat shall not make voice or data transmissions and shall not receive voice or data communication that is not available to all boats.
3.2. On the water, the VHF channel will be stated in the SIs.
4. ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY
4.1. The event is open to all boats with a lady at the Helm.
4.2. Boats to register at check-in the day of the event.
4.3. Please RSVP on the EVITE at http://evite.me/8TdSpjHSFx
4.4. To be considered an entry in the event, a boat shall complete all registration requirements and pay all fees.
5.1. Entry fee is $20.00 per BOAT + 10lbs of canned goods (includes one dinner ticket).
5.1.1. Dinner tickets are $10.00 + 10lbs of canned goods per crew member.
7.1. October 15, 2022
7.1.1. Registration and Check in 1130-1230 at LMSA Club House
7.1.2. Skipper?s Meeting 1300
7.1.3. Race Start Window 1400-1405
7.1.4. Dinner and Awards at the LMSA Club House after racing
8.1. Lake Monroe located in Sanford Florida.
9.1. The course will be the same format as Wednesday Night Rum Races. The course and all marks to be used will be discussed during the Skipper?s Meeting and available on the SI supplement the day of racing.
10. PENALTY SYSTEM
10.1. RRS 44.3 is changed so that the Two-Turn Penalty is replaced by the One-Turn Penalty.
11.1. Appendix A as prescribed in the RRS 90.3(a).
11.2. One race is required to be completed to constitute a Regatta.
12. RISK STATEMENT
12.1. RRS 3 states: ?The responsibility for a boat?s decision to participate in a race or to continue to race is hers alone.? By participating in this event each competitor agrees and acknowledges that sailing is a potentially dangerous activity with inherent risks. These risks include strong winds and rough seas, sudden changes in weather, failure of equipment, boat handling errors, poor seamanship by other boats, loss of balance on an unstable platform and fatigue resulting in increased risk of injury. Inherent in the sport of sailing is the risk of permanent, catastrophic injury or death by drowning, trauma, hypothermia, or other causes.
13.1. Email the Lake Monroe Sailing Association at firstname.lastname@example.org – Phone 321-578-8364
13.2 Patti Miller at email@example.com – Phone 407-353-4848
13.3 Nancy Harrington at firstname.lastname@example.org ? Phone 407-687-7524
13.4 Diane Forrest at email@example.com ? Phone 386-956-9401
13.5 Lisa Gailey at firstname.lastname@example.org ? Phone 407-415-8878