Nationals Scrutineering Guide

Nationals Scrutineering Guide V3

Hi All,

Roger Mee will be our Scrutineer this year but the process will be pretty much as for the last 5 years. Just to remind you, please have a glance at the Guide linked above.

In particular;

  • if you have had a new/replacement mast since original boat certification, please check out the guidance on Mast Datum Point (lower band) to sheerline checks (730mm – 630mm).
  • if you have had spinnaker pole launchers fitted, please check the max projection from the “front of the mast” – it must not exceed 2320mm.

Best wishes

See you all in the dinghy park/bar.

Ian

Draft Sailing Instructions

Draft Sailing Instructions

 

The draft Sailing Instructions are available to view here:

Merlin SIs v3.1[1706] 170710

Please send any queries or comments on these draft SIs to ism3555@outlook.com.

The final version of the Sailing Instructions will be displayed in the Merlin Rocket Race Office, Plas Heli from 09.00 Saturday 12th August.

If entrants require a personal copy of the SIs, please contact the Race Office at Registration.

Leeward gate marks – which way do I go?

We plan to use a leeward gate for some of the championship courses this summer – it was something that was used effectively and proved popular at the recent Pwllheli open meeting – please see the proposed course diagram on the right.

For those of you that aren’t used to having a leeward gate, here’s a link to give you something else to think about http://crya.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/The-Downwind-Gate-Rev-2.pdf

You can ignore the advice on overlapping zones at gatemarks as we will be using a separation of approx. 10 boat lengths.

You may want to have a look at the implications of Rule 18.4 . This rule (Gybing) does NOT apply at gatemarks.

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