"Clifden Boat Club - Annual Regatta"
Is, this year, on the weekend of 10th
& 11th August 2019.
It is intended to run a two day event, on
Saturday and Sunday
"Notice of Race"
It is intended to run races for Cruisers
It is intended to run 2 races for Cruisers on each day
It is intended to run multiple races for dinghies on Sunday only
It is intended to have a "Skipper's Briefing" for Cruisers at 1pm on each
It is intended to have a "Briefing" for Dinghies at 11:30am on
It is intended to have the first start signal for Cruisers by 2pm each day.
It is intended to have the first start signal for Dinghies by 12noon on
More details and any changes to this event will be announced
at the first Skipper's Briefing at 1pm on Saturday, and may be updated again
Keep it simple, Rule No 1: Avoid Collision
at all costs.
The "IRPCS" always apply while you
That's the International Regulations Preventing Collisions at Sea.
The "RRS 2017-2020" apply while racing.
That's the Racing Rules of Sailing.
Clifden Boat Club's "Club Rules"
these are posted in the stairwell of the clubhouse.
If in doubt about any of the above ... refer to
Rule No1: Avoid Collision at all costs.
We are not intending to run mixed dinghy class,
so Portsmouth Yardstick not in operation.
Results for Dinghies will be in class, so first accross the line wins that
race (pending protests).
ECHO handicap system ONLY will be in use.
The ECHO to be used for each participating Cruiser
is at Sole Discretion of the "Officer of the Day" (OOD or Race
Any questions to the ECHO given by the "OOD", to any participating
must be acompanied by a valid ECHO cert before the start of racing
It is intended to announce the results and present prizes
As Soon As Possible after racing has finished.
This is currently planed for 6pm on Sunday
Prizes for each race and class are absolutely at the discretion of the CBC
Cruiser Entries will be taken at the Skippers
Briefing at 1pm
Cruisers entry fee is ONLY €20 for the two days.
Dinghies entry fee is ONLY €10 per sailor for the event.
Contact Damian Ward for more information
on 087-241 85 69.