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Racing | Center Sound Series - Scatchet Head

  • 10 Mar 2018
  • 10:00 AM
  • Shilshole

Registration


Registration is closed

The Center Sound Series is a series of the following events:

Location: Puget Sound, starting and finishing lines in Shilshole Bay.

Classes: PHRF-NW, IRC/ORC and other classes with at least five boats may apply. Monohull, multihull, and casual class boats will race in separate classes.

Racing Documents

Notice of Race (pdf)

Sailing Instructions (pdf)

Casual Class Race Notice (pdf)

Class Breaks (pdf)

Registrant List 

Scatchet Head Results (when available)

CSS Series Results (when available)

On the Water

Schedule

Saturday

1000 First Warning
1400 No warning signal after this time
After racing Party at clubhouse

Course (Racing Classes):

Start by leaving the starting mark buoy to port, round Scatchet Head Lighted Gong Buoy (LL#16555) to port, and finish by leaving the finishing mark buoy to port. Course distance ~ 26 NM.

Course (Casual Classes):

Start by leaving the starting mark buoy to port, round mark “U” to port, round mark “M” to starboard, round mark “U” to port, and finish by leaving the finishing mark buoy to port. Course distance ~ 13 NM.

Time Limit: 

9 hours for the first boat in class and for other boats the later of 9 hours or 1 hour after of the first boat that sails the course.

Other Provisions:

  • Notice of Race amended by CYC Notice of Race Addendum.
  • Boats must comply with equipment requirement category USSER Nearshore, as amended.
  • This race is part of the CYC Center Sound Series.

Awards:

For the race, 1st, 2nd, and 3rdin class. Party and awards at the CYCclubhouse after racing. For the Center Sound Series, see awards for the Three Tree Point Race.

Registration Fee: 

$60 (or $150 for Center Sound Series). Casual Class $30 (or $90for Center Sound Series).

Registration Deadline

March 8, 2018 (Thursday)

Off the Water

Friday

Join us for the Chalk Talk: Sailing form a Tanker Pilot's Perspective for a chance to hear the other side, directly from a big ship pilot. Hear why they get all “horn”y. How they see us as sailboats and racers. What is the best way to interact with them that works for everyone

Saturday

Party at clubhouse. Details TBA

 


 



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