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Notice of Race (Click here to down load PDF)

October 26-28, 2017
Lake McIntosh, Peachtree City, GA
Hosted by the Turtle Pond Model Yacht Club

The Regatta will be governed by the ‘rules’ as defined in the 2017-2020 Racing Rules of Sailing, as modified by Appendix E and the Sailing Instructions.

The regatta is open to all AMYA members in good standing who are sailing a properly registered, measured and certified EC12. Skippers SHALL BRING a copy of their measurement certificate to registration check in as there will be NO boats measured at the championship. All boats are subject to inspection at any time during or after the regatta. Entries from skippers outside the USA may be accepted providing both yacht and skipper are properly registered with their national authority in the EC12 Class.

The championship will be held at Lake McIntosh Park, 3501 TDK Blvd., Peachtree City, GA 30269. Click here for more info.

Schedule of Events:
Wed., Oct. 26, 2016: Check in & Practice Sailing 1200-1600 hours.
Skippers meetings all three days at 0915 hours.
Thursday–Saturday: Races begin at 0930 hours
No racing Thursday and Friday will start after 1600 hours.
Saturday’s final race finishes approximately at 1500 to 1600 hours.
Awards Banquet Cocktals and Dinner starts at 1830 hours.

Eligible competitors may register their boat by completing the official entry form and submitting it during the entry period using the online entry form or by mail to the name and address on the entry form. The entry period will begin on August 28 and end on October 9, 2016. Online entry form will be posted in August. No entries accepted before or after those dates THIS REGATTA IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 52 BOATS ENTERED. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. An in-order received waiting list will be kept in the event of drop outs.

Sailing Instructions:
The sailing instructions are available for download on the Entry Form & SI page of this site.

Course Area:
The race area is the grassy penisula to the left of the boat ramp. The Race Director will set a course with windward/leeward legs for the venue and conditions.

Fleet Management and Scoring:
The Regatta will be conducted using the racing portion of the Equal Opportunity Racing System (EORS) with a fleet promotion and relegation process. The National Seeding List will be used to set 2 or 3 seeding fleets depending on the number of boats entered. Each fleet will sail 1 seeding race which will determine the starting positions for the EORS. The Low Point Scoring System of Appendix A will apply.

Trophies will be awarded to the top seven positions in the regatta. AMYA gold chevrons will be awarded to the top three positions.

Contact Information:
More detailed information will be available on the Class Website before and during the registration period.
Regatta Chairman: Dave Linville; 678-595-9962 cell; dplin2001@yahoo.com
Regatta Staff: Tom Evens, Chuck Ellis, Dave Linville


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