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IOM Region 6 Championship, August 21-23, 2020

2020 AMYA REGION 6 CHAMPIONSHIP

NOTICE OF RACE

August 21-23, 2020

Mission Bay Model Pond
1400 Vacation Road, San Diego, CA 92109

1. RULES AND GOVERNANCE:

The event will be governed by the Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-2020 (RRS) as changed by RRS Appendix E, this Notice of Race (NOR), the Sailing Instructions (SI), the International One Meter Class Rules, the current applicable Heat Management System (HMS) and the Equipment Rules of Sailing (2017-2020). The Sailing Instructions shall prevail in case of conflict with this Notice of Race.

1.2 COVID HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS:

Our primary concern is the health and safety of our competitors, race officials, volunteers, guests, and all involved coming together for a national level event. As such our Covid Concerns and Regatta safety practices include:

1.2.1 While the Organizers will be implementing reasonable safety protocols, each individual attendee must decide if these guidelines meet their personal minimums and make their own choices. If these practices below do not meet what you believe to be safe guidelines for you or if you feel believe these practices “go too far” and you do not intend to follow them then youSHALL NOT attend this event.

1.2.2 Given the Covid-19 global pandemic the Race Committee will employ several non- negotiable health practices at this regatta. Skippers who attend must follow these practices or they will be required to leave the event and will not be allowed to continue racing (with no refunds).

a) All involved are mandated to perform health screenings upon arrival at San Diego Model Pond water site.

b) Health screening must be completed at the beginning of each day prior to or at check in (gathering).

c) Screening shall occur upon parking your car prior to admittance to the racing area.

d) A second health screening will be required for all if the racing day should extend beyond ten (10) hours.

AMYA IOM REGION 6 REGATTA USA IOM NCA SAN DIEGO ARGONAUTS 1

e) Health screenings are conducted by asking specific questions to check for signs or symptoms of respiratory infection and assessing body temperature.

• Have you experienced any of the following in the last 24-48 hours?One of the following:
Cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing

YES NO

Or more than two of the following:

Fever, diarrhea, fatigue, repeated shaking with chills, body muscle aches, headache, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or new loss of taste or smell

YES NO

• Body temperature screening of greater than 100.4° F or 37.7°C is considered a “positive”screening

If a positive answer is given to any of the health screening questions or body temperature of 100.4°F or 37.7°C is identified, such individuals SHALL NOT be allowed to race.

f) Social distancing: Skippers will be asked to maintain social distancing (6 feet of separation or 2 IOM boat lengths) during the regatta if physically possible. When not possible, they are required to wear a mask.

g) In the racing control area, as defined by the PRO and race committee, masks shall be worn at all times.

1.3 EQUIPMENT INSPECTION:

1.3.1 All boats shall be checked by technical committee prior to racing in this event.
• Boats together with their measurement certificates shall be presented for registration and

equipment inspection on Friday August 21st from 08.00 to 11.00.
1.3.2 All Equipment shall be inspected by technical committee before racing this event.

1.3.3 The Race Committee may extend the time for registration and inspection if there is a valid reason to do so.

1.3.4 No boat shall be eligible to race until it has been registered and has passed equipment inspection.

1.3.5 At the discretion of the PRO, checks of randomly selected boats to ensure that they comply with class rules may be conducted during the event.

1.4 FREQUENCIES:
1.4.1 No frequency conflicts will be allowed.

1.4.2 Permitted frequency bands are FCC-approved surface bands. Transmitters on 75 MHz must be narrow band certified. Radio frequencies will be allocated on a “first come first served”

1.4.3 2.4 GHZ radios are permitted and are exempt from rule E2.4 in the RRS.2. RISK STATEMENT:

2.1 RRS 4 of the Racing RRSs of Sailing states: “The responsibility for a boat’s decision
to participate in a heat or to continue racing is hers alone.” Sailing is by its nature an unpredictable sport and therefore involves an element of risk. By taking part in any of the events covered by this NOR, each competitor agrees and acknowledges that:

a) They are aware of the inherent element of risk involved in the sport and accept responsibility for the exposure of themselves and their boat to such inherent risk whilst taking part in the event;

b) They are responsible for the safety of themselves, their boat and their other property whether afloat or ashore;

c) They accept responsibility for any injury, damage or loss to the extent caused by their own actions or omissions;

d) Their boat is in good order, equipped to sail in the event and they are fit to participate;

e) The provision of a race management team, patrol boats, umpires and other officials and volunteers by the organizer does not relieve them of their own responsibilities;

f) The provision of patrol boat cover is limited to such assistance, particularly in extreme weather conditions, as can be practically provided in the circumstances; and

g) All involved in this event shall test negative heath screening procedures and expected to accept any government changes regarding this global pandemic (COVID-19).

3. ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY:

3.1 The regatta is open to all boats of the IOM class. Each boat shall either send in advance or produce at Registration a valid Certification Measurement Form and proof of current AMYA or their National Authority membership.

4. REGISTRATION AND FEES:

4.1 The fee for the event per boat is $65 dollars (pay by 08/14/20).

4.2 Entry form and fees must be submitted by August 14th, 2020. After August 14th, the registration period is closed. This is a requirement of having a proper skipper count related to managing Covid Health and Safety Protocols. There is no exception.

4.3 Payment can made by PayPal transfer to organizer. PayPal info please us the jot form URL below: https://form.jotform.com/201577382260959

4.4 The fee includes lunches from 21st to 23rd, drink, skipper welcome bag and prize giving to Top 5 and Corinthian’s Trophy.

5. VENUE:

5.1 Mission Bay Pond San Diego CA 92109

https://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/parks/regional/missionbay/facilities1

DateTime
August 21st 08:00 Health Screening, Registration & Equipment Inspection
11:00 Skippers’ Meeting Warning & Racing to follow
17:30 After which time no heat shall start
August
22nd
10:00/announced Health Screening, Skippers’ Meeting /Warning Signal as announced
17:30 After which time no heat shall start
19:30 Social Activity to be announced (no host dinner)
August
23rd
10:00/announced Health Screening, Skippers’ Meeting /Warning Signal as announced
15:00 No race shall start, trophies to follow

7. SAILING INSTRUCTIONS:

7.1 The Sailing Instructions will be available prior to the skippers meeting.

8. SCORING AND RACING SYSTEM:

8.1 The Championship shall be raced and scored under the current Heat Management System (HMS).

a) Five races are required to be completed to constitute the championship.

8.2 Boats finishing in an incorrect heat will not be allowed to sail in their assigned heat for that race and will be scored DNS for their correct heat.

9. RACE STAFF:

Principal Race Officer: Fred Rocha

Race Director: TBD

Technical Chairman: Ben Reeve

Protest Chairman: TBD

Scoring: Fred Rocha

Registration: SDA/ IOM Fleet

10. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY:

10.1 Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. 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.

10.2 All those entering or taking part in this regatta do so at their own risk and responsibility. WORLD SAILING, IRSA, IOM ICA, AMYA, USA IOM NCA, the hosting Model Yacht Club, Regatta Staff and any other parties involved in the organization of this event disclaim any and all responsibility whatsoever for loss, damage, injury or inconvenience that might occur to persons and goods, both ashore and on the water as a consequence of entering or participating in the event covered by this Notice of Race.

10.3 At all times the responsibility for the safety of their boat and themselves including the decision to participate or continue shall rest with the competitors. By entering this event, it is deemed that you accept these conditions. Competitors are advised to ensure that they have adequate insurance that provides coverage for public liability and their possible injury in the Country and County of this event.

11. PERSONAL SAIL NUMBERS:

11.1 Personal Sail Numbers will take precedence if numbering conflicts arise until 10 days prior to the skipper’s meeting.

12. FOOD:

12.1 Individual lunch boxes and beverage will be served all 3 days.

13. AWARDS:

13.1 Top 5 finishers

13.2 Corinthian’s Trophy

14. ACCOMODATIONS:
14.1 There are many Hotels close by, please consult the local listings for the Hotel that will best serve you. If you need assistance, please contact Fred Rocha at frerocha@hotmail.com.

15. CONDUCT:

15.1 Poor competitor behavior can reflect negatively on the sport, and all competitors are advised that their actions will be under scrutiny by race officials. In the event race officials witness any behavior, which they deem to be a breach of good manners or sportsmanship, or which may bring the sport into disrepute, the Principal Race Officer assisted by race officials will protest the party (or parties) in accordance with RRS 2 or 69.1.

15.2 The PRO, all race officials and observers have been directed to record any incidents, which will be dealt with to the full extent available to the Protest Committee. Penalties available to the Protest Committee include exclusion from the race in question or subsequent races, exclusion from the regatta, or other action within the Committee’s juridiction.

16. MEDIA RIGHTS:

16.1 Competitors, owners of the boats and their guests are giving all rights for using pictures and videos of persons and boats during the regatta in medias, including commercials, press materials and all other promoting activities and press releases, unless it is notified by writing before submitting entry.

17. INTERNATIONAL:

17.1 All involved arriving in the county from international locations identified on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Warning Level 2 or 3 Travel Advisory (available at: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices) shall be subject to 14-day home or other suitable location quarantine and self-monitoring before racing.

18. DEFINITIONS

The following words and phrases have these definitions in this interpretation.

Shall or may: In this document, the word “shall” specify a mandatory action or procedure, while the word “may” be permissive.

Will: In this document, the word “will” specify an intention.
All involved: In this document, the expression “all involved” represents, race officials,competitors, volunteers and or any individual involved at this specific event.

2020 AMYA IOM R6 REGATTA ENTRY FORM

Name:

City:
Email Address: Emergency contact name: Emergency phone #:

Sail #:

Channel: 2 . 4 Primary

State:

AMYA #: Phone #:

By signing this entry form I agree to all the terms and conditions set forth in the Notice of Race above.

Signature:

EMAIL this form to:
rcsailfun@gmail.com and frerocha@hotmail.com

Hull Design:

Secondary

Alternate

FS: Rare Woody US One Meter built by Bob DeBow

This is a woody US One Meter made by Bob DeBow. It has been cleaned up and has a new skinned top deck. The next unique thing about it is that is has BRAND NEW just hung recently Chuck Black sails.  That’s right two legends in one boat.  I am trying to get my fleet to a manageable size really down to just three boats.  I need room in the garage. I am going to be asking a modest $400 for this boat.  Contact: rcsailfun @ gmail. com (remove spaces)

2019 Region 6 Dragonflight 95 June Gloom Regatta

Brought to you by: The San Diego Argonauts AMYA club #8

When: June 22-23
Where: Mission Bay Model Yacht Pond, San Diego CA
Notice of Race (NOR): We would like to humbly invite you to participate in the 2019 “Dragonflight 95 June Gloom”Regatta
Schedule:
6/22/2019: Saturday
08:30—–Check-in,signstatementofgoodfaith. Weightcheck
10:00 —– Skipper’s Meeting
10:30 —– Warning Signal
11:00 —– Race
1300 —– Lunch (sandwich)
1700 —– PRO’S discretion to continue (wind conditions factor)
6/23/2019: Sunday
0900 —– Open Practice
0950 —– Warning Signal
1000 —– Race
1230 —– Lunch (sandwich)
1500 —– PRO’S discretion to continue (wind conditions factor)
1530 —– Awards Ceremony
Race Chairman: David Woodward
PRO: TBA
Protest Committee: TBA
Official Measurer: David Woodward
Scoring & Timekeeping: TBA
Administration: The San Diego Argonauts
Rules: This regatta is governed by the RRS 2017-2020, HMS 2016, DF95 class rules
Eligibility: This regatta is open to all DF95 class boats.
Registration & Event Measurement: Skippers will be asked to sign a statement of good faith on the morning of check in, Saturday morning. Measurements will be conducted at the desecration of the race committee (If something looks ridiculously out of the spirt of the DF95 class rules, it will be measured. The skipper may be disqualified from participating in the event)
Weight check: battery
Scoring & Racing System: The scoring will be carried out in accordance with the HMS 2016, Promotion / Relegation Six (6). The number of boats promoted/ relegated may be adjusted by the PRO at the skippers meeting.Racing Format: Utilizing the HMS fleet management system for scoring.

Pre-Registration & Fees: In order to assure possible radio conflict, number conflict and food ordering, please register early for this event. Entry fees can be either made by Pay-Pal or mail entry to:
David Woodward 404 Silverado Imperial CA, 92251
Entry fee is only USD $65 per boat. This includes your lunches and beverages for 2 days. Fees are payable by PayPal or by check to The San Diego Argonauts (cash on day of race for the late folks, which will be USD $70)https://form.jotform.com/90277210872961

Frequencies: Note your frequency to the race committee at sign up if using something other than 2.4 GHz radio. This way we can ensure there are no conflicts with other skippers.
Awards: Prizes will be awarded to the first 5 positions and Corinthian Sailor. Other prizes may be given out at the discretion of the race committee (this is dependent on the number of skippers attending)

Liability: All those entering or taking part in this regatta do so at their own risk and responsibility. The San Diego Argonauts & any other parties involved in the organization of this event, disclaim any and all responsibility whatsoever for the loss, damage, injury or inconvenience that may occur to persons and or goods, both ashore and on the water, as a consequence of entering or participating in the event covered by this NOR.

Notice of Race (NOR)

At all times, the responsibility for the safety of their boat & themselves, including the decision to participate or continue shall rest with the competitors. By entering this event, it is deemed that you accept these conditions. Competitors are advised to ensure that they have adequate insurance that provides coverage for public liability and their possible injury in the Country and County of this event.

Entry Deadline: 6/21/2019 late entries may be accepted on site at the discretion of the Race Chairman. Late entries will be $70 and cash only. There are no refunds for entries after 6/22/2019.
Conduct: Poor unsportsmanlike behavior can reflect negatively on the sport, all competitors are advised that their actions will be under scrutiny by race officials. In the event race officials witness any behavior which they deem to be a breach of good manners or sportsmanship, or which may bring the sport into disrepute, the Principal Race Officer assisted by the race officials will protest the party or parties in accordance with RRS 2 or 69.1.

The PRO, all race officials & observers have been directed to record any incidents which will be dealt with to the full extent available to the Protest Committee. Penalties available to the Protest Committee include exclusion from the race in question subsequent races or exclusion from the regatta.

Name:______________________________ Address:_____________________________

______________________________ Phone: _______________________________

Email:________________________________ AMYA#:______________________________ Sail#:________
Hull design: Dragonflight 95

By signing this entry form, I agree to all the terms & conditions set forth in the NOR. Signature:___________________________________
Date:_____________________
Mail this entry form along with check to:

PayPal registration link  https://form.jotform.com/90277210872961

——————————————————————————————————————————-Statement of Good Faith

I hereby declare that this DF95 Hull & Rig (sail #_______), complies with all the rules of the DF95 class measurement regulations that are current for the dates of this event.

Owner:______________________________

Signature:___________________________ Date:___________————————————————————————————————————————-

2017 Santa Barbara Spring Regatta

THE SAN DIEGO ARGONAUTS
INVITE YOU TO THE
2017 Santa Barbara Spring Regatta
FOR SANTA BARBARA ONE DESIGN – March 18, 2017

  • Location: Model Yacht Pond, Mission Bay Park, San Diego
  • Date: March 18, 2017.
  • Time: Skippers’ Meeting at 9:45 am, first race 10:00 am each day.
  • Rules: Races are governed by the current International Sailing Federation (ISAF), 2013-2016, Racing Rules of Sailing as modified by Appendix E, the prescriptions of U.S. Sailing when they apply, the rules of the class entered and the San Diego Argonauts Sailing Instructions as amended. You must be a member of the American Model Yachting Association (AMYA).
  • Transmitters: Shall comply with FCC Regulations. Antennas longer than 12” MUST have eye protection.  Please bring multiple crystals.  Frequency conflicts cannot be accommodated. 2.4 GHz transmitters and receivers are recommended.
  • Entry Fee:
    $15.00 per entry (No IOU’s).
    Make checks payable to San Diego Argonauts.
    We will be at the pond on Sat. March 11 to accept registrations and payments
    if you do not wish to mail in your entry.
  • Deadline:  Monday, March 13, 2017
  • Mail Entry to:
    Bob Hirsch
    10795 Scripps Ranch Blvd.
    San Diego, CA 92131
    -or-
    We will be at the pond on Sat. March 11 to accept registrations and payments
  • Forms: