2022 Caleb Tarleton Memorial Regatta
Sail Sand Point, Seattle, WA
NOTICE OF RACE
- The regatta will be governed by the Racing Rules of Sailing for 2021-2024.
- The Three Minute Audible Signal Racing System will be used in accordance with Appendix U of the US Sailing Prescriptions.
- This is a ‘Points Regatta’ as described by the Hobie Class Association of North America.
- This event is open to all Hobie Classes. As per Class rules, one crew member on each boat must be a member in good standing of the HCA.
- Members of the Sail Sand Point community may also participate in the Wave Class.
- You can join the Hobie Class Association of North America at the following link:
- Eligible boats may enter by completing and submitting the attached form:
- ENTRY AND ENTRY FEE:
- Registration closes Saturday, July 23rd at 1100.
- Each competitor must have a signed Sail Sand Point Participation Waiver which can be found at the following link:
- An entree fee of $15 payable with cash, credit, debit, or check which will be accepted the morning of Saturday, July 23rd prior to registration ending at 1100.
- SSP will provide 12 Hobie Waves.
- Sailors may charter waves through the Open Boating Program on a first come first serve basis, emailing email@example.com and requesting the use of a Wave for this event through the Open Boating Program.
- SSP will provide 12 Hobie Waves.
- Each boat shall comply with the International Hobie Class Rules and may be subject to inspection at any time during the regatta.
Saturday, July 23
1000 Report time. Registration.
1045 Mandatory Competitors’ Meeting.
1100 Registration ends.
1130 First warning; sailing will continue throughout the day.
Food will be served 30 minutes following the docking of the Race Committee Boat
Sunday, July 24
0900 Report time.
1000 First warning; sailing will continue throughout the day.
1500 No race will be started after this time,
1530 Results and Awards Presentation.
Any changes to the schedule will be posted on the Official Notice Board located by the Sail Sand Point office.
- RACING AREA:
- All races will be sailed on the northern part of lake Washington, north of the 520 Bridge. Boats can launch from the beach and hand-launch ramps at the North Shore Recreation Area by Sail Sand Point on the north end of Magnuson Park.
- The scoring system is as follows:
- 1 race is required to be completed to constitute a series.
- When fewer than 5 races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores.
- When 5 or more races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score.
- PENALTY SYSTEM:
- The penalties are as follows:
- For the Hobie classes, rule 44.1 is changed so that the Two-Turns Penalty is replaced by the One-Turn Penalty.
- TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION:
- Sailors are responsible for their own transportation and housing.
- The address of the regatta site is: 7861 62nd Ave NE Seattle WA 98115.
- Directions to the racing venue can be found at https://www.sailsandpoint.org/about-us/contact/ .
- From the evening of Friday, July 22 to the evening of Sunday, July 24, boats competing in the regatta and their corresponding trailers may be stored in the Sail Sand Point Boat Yard.
- DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY:
- Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See rule 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.
- Each participating boat shall be insured with valid third-party liability insurance with a minimum $100,000 cover of per incident or the equivalent.
- No contestant shall use, either on or off the water, alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, or distilled spirits, each as defined in Chapter 51 of the US Internal Revenue Code and intended for beverage use), or marijuana, cocaine, or any other controlled substance (as defined in 21 US Code 802), the possession of which, by that contestant is unlawful under 21 US Code 841.
- Infringements of this regulation and/or other inappropriate conduct occurring during the regatta, may be the basis for a hearing under RRS 69.1. The protest committee for such a hearing shall, at a time and place selected by it, meet to hear said protest, and it may impose scoring penalties, or other sanctions that it deems appropriate, including summary removal from the regatta.
- REGATTA CONTACTS:
Name Telephone Email
Regatta Chair and PRO: Jack Killalea (206) 525-8782 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fleet 95 Representative: Jennifer Hoag email@example.com
Chief Mark Setter: Bob Combie firstname.lastname@example.org