Calendar

Nov
16
Thu
Annual Awards Dinner @ DIYC
Nov 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Nov
17
Fri
Private Party – MD @ DIYC - Porch
Nov 17 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Nov
18
Sat
Cancelled:US Sailing Race Management Seminar
Nov 18 all-day

DIYC will host a One Day Race Management Seminar intended for anyone interested in running races or assisting with the races.  The seminar will cover the basics of race management, planning and running races.  The goals of this seminar are to:

  • To make racing more enjoyable by improving the quality of race management
  • To standardize race management practices for the benefit of competitors and members of the race committee
  • To provide structured training and continuing education for all race committee volunteers

For more information and to register for this event please go to US Sailing -

http://www.ussailing.org/race-officials/find-a-seminar/race-officer-seminar-calendar/

 

Egmont Key Race @ DIYC
Nov 18 all-day

2017 marks the 82nd anniversary of the oldest running sailboat race on the west coast of Florida!  The Davis Island Egmont Key race is both a DIYC and Suncoast BOTY event.  There is short course for smaller boats that will stay inside the Skyway Bridge, but still offer a challenging course. The long course will go “around” Egmont key, once again qualifying the race for the prestigious Wall perpetual trophy.  All racers can look forward to the traditional DIYC event at the club to finish off the race.  This event is both a DIYC and Suncoast BOTY event.

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Entry Form
Entry List
Results
(Please note that results will only be available after some races have been created and scoring has begun.)

 

 

Nov
20
Mon
Board Meeting
Nov 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Nov
21
Tue
Maintenance Area Planning Committee @ DIYC - Regatta Room
Nov 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Nov
22
Wed
Dinghy Dames Pram Classes @ Regatta Room
Nov 22 @ 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Nov
23
Thu
Thanksgiving Day Club Closed
Nov 23 all-day
Nov
24
Fri
Old Shoe / New Shoe @ Davis Island Yacht Club
Nov 24 all-day

Think you can race your spinnaker or non-spinnaker keelboat single handed? Come out for a challenge the day after Thanksgiving.

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SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

 

1       RULES

1.1    The race will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing; however, the rules of

WFPHRF will not apply except for ratings.

1.2    VHF radios are required; no other electronics allowed.

1.3    All boat shall be sailed single-handed.

 

2       NOTICES TO COMPETITORS

2.1    Notices will be posted on the official notice board in the lower level on the western wall.

2.2    The race committee will communicate with competitors on VHF channel 72.

 

3       CHANGES TO SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

Any change to the sailing instructions will be posted prior to 0900 on November 24.

 

4       SIGNALS MADE ASHORE

4.1    Signals made ashore will be displayed from the flagpole located west of the clubhouse.

4.2    When flag AP is displayed ashore, ‘1 minute’ is replaced with ‘not less than 30 minutes’ in race signal AP.

 

5       SCHEDULE OF RACES

1000     Warning signal for Old Shoe Class

1200     Warning signal for New Shoe Class

 

6       CLASS FLAGS

6.1    The class flag for the Old Shoe class will be a green flag with the letter “G”.

6.2    The class flag for the New Shoe class will be a blue flag with the letter “N”.

 

7       THE COURSES

7.1    The course for the Old Shoe class will be:

•       Start at A-mark

•       Round 25’ Privately Maintained to port

•       Finish at the entrance to the Club basin

7.2    The course for the New Shoe class will be posted, and distributed at the competitors meeting.

 

8       MARKS

8.1    The starting mark with be A-mark.

8.2    Marks for the New Shoe class will be fixed Club marks.

 

9       STARTS

9.1    The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on a race committee vessel and

A-mark.

 

9.2    The race committee will hail OCS boats on VHF.  The  failure of the race committee to hail, the timeliness of hails, or sequence of the hails shall not be grounds for redress. This changes RRS 62.1.

 

10     THE FINISH

The finish line will be at the entrance to the Seaplane Basin, formed by the two range markers.

 

11     PENALTY SYSTEM

11.1  The Two-Turns Penalty of RRS 44.1 is replaced by the One-Turn Penalty. A boat who breaks a rule of

Part 2, without contact, shall take this penalty.

11.2  Any boat making contact with another boat shall promptly retire from the race. This changes NoR

1.6.

 

12     TIME LIMIT

Boats still racing at 1500 will be scored DNF.

 

13     PROTESTS

There will be no protests in any class. This changes NoR 1.6.

 

14     SCORING

14.1  One race is planned for each class.

14.2  WFPHRF time-on-distance ratings will be used, Cruising ratings for the Old Shoe class and Non- Spinnaker ratings for the New Shoe class.

14.3  No races will be excluded from a boat’s score.

 

15     SAFETY

A boat that retires from the racing area shall notify the race committee as soon as possible.

 

16     RADIO COMMUNICATIONS

Except in an emergency, a boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats, except for emergencies. This restriction also applies to cellular telephones and other electronic devices.

 

17     DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY

Competitors participate in the regatta entire at their own risk. See RRS 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.

 

Thanksgiving Regatta
Nov 24 – Nov 26 all-day

**Registration is Friday November 24th for the Thanksgiving Regatta**

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Entry Form
Entry List
Results
(Please note that results will only be available after some races have been created and scoring has begun.)

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