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Puerto Galera Yacht Club Easter Regatta 2011- NOR

by Puerto Galera Yacht Club on 19 Feb 2011
Racing at Puerto Galera www.pgyc.org
Puerto Galera Yacht Club would like to invite you all to this year’s Easter Regatta at the PGYC from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24. There will be free mooring on a first come first served basis from April 21 – April 24. As always, our racing follows a pursuit racing format which has us doing staggered starts and hopefully finishing about the same time each day making for some interesting and crowded finishes. Perhaps someone can top the 360 degree roundup at the finish line which was a main highlight of the All Souls Regatta last year? Each night we host an awards ceremony at the clubhouse, have a few drinks, eat some great food and have a good time. We hope to see you all there.

Puerto Galera Yacht Club Easter Regatta

Friday April 22nd to Sunday April 24th, 2011

Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines

NOTICE OF RACE

1 RULES

1.1 The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.

1.2 All races will be completed using a pursuit race format.

1.3 Racing rule(s) 26 and 61.2 will be changed as follows: no signals will be given; and, a Protest Fee will be required in the event of a protest not being settled in advance of submission of protest forms. The changes will appear in full in the sailing instructions. In addition, Rule 77 will not apply.

2 ADVERTISING

Advertising is permitted but boats wishing to carry their own sponsors advertising are invited to contact the race organizers to prevent conflict with race sponsors.

3 ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY

3.1 The regatta is open to boats of the following classes:

Racer

Racer/Cruiser

Multi-Hulls

3.2 For a Class to be recognised by the Regatta, a minimum of 3 boats must enter the Class. Classes may be divided or combined subject to the number of entries in the Class.

3.2 Eligible boats may enter by completing the attached entry form and sending it to the PGYC Race Committee, Puerto Galera Yacht Club by April 1, 2011.

4 FEES

4.1 The entry fee will be P3000.00 per boat.

5 SCHEDULE

5.1 Registration will take place at the Puerto Galera Yacht Club from 1200 – 1700 on Thursday April 21st and on Friday April 22nd from 0800 – 0900. Intending competitors can register their intent by emailing the Race Committee at info@pgyc.org .

5.2 The first warning signal is scheduled each day for 1000.

Friday April 22nd Long Race

Saturday April 23rd Long Race

Sunday April 24th Short Race

6 SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

The sailing instructions will be available no later than March 21, 2011 from the PGYC website at www.pgyc.org.

7 VENUE

Racing will take place in Verde Island Passage in the vicinity of Puerto Galera.

8 BERTHING

Limited free mooring will be available on a first come first serve basis from April 21st through April 24th. The moorings are typically full so competitors should plan on anchoring at the Boquete Island anchorage. A service boat will be available.

9 PRIZES

Trophies will be given for the first three places in the overall Easter Regatta based upon the PGY Performance Handicap System.

Daily Prizes will be given for the first three places in each class.

10 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 any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta.

11 FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information please contact:

PGYC Race Committee

Puerto Galera Yacht Club

Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro

Philippines 5203

Tel: +63 43 442 0136

Email: info@pgyc.org

.

PGYC Race Registration Form

Easter Regatta 2011

Owner: ____________________________________________________

Skipper (If different from owner):________________________________

Phone: ___________________ Email:____________________________

Yacht Club: _________________________________________________

Yacht Name: ________________________________________________

Boat Type: __________________________________________________

Manufacturer: __________________LOA/LWL: ___________________

Monohull: _________ Multihull: _________

Displacement: __________________Sail Area: _____________________

Number of Crew: __________ Available Places for Visitors: ___________

Registration P3,000.00 Paid:_____________

Signature: _____________________

Please return completed registration forms to:

PGYC Race Committee

Puerto Galera Yacht Club

Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro

Philippines 5203

Email: info@pgyc.org

Fax: +63 43 442 0136 (call first, line shared)

Tel: +63 43 442 0136

Regards,

Bill Moore

Race Committee
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