2009 Lido 14 District One Championship Regatta

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club

Long Beach, California

 

Rank

Skipper & Crew

Sail #

R1

R2

R3

R4

R5

T

1st

Stu Robertson

2511

2

1

1

1

(3)

5

2nd

Walter Johnson & Nikki

6288

1

2

2

(7)

4

9

3rd

Freddie & Fred Stevens

2614

(7)

5

5

2

1

13

4th

Mark  & Sarah Ryan

4790

4

3

(7)

5

2

14

5th

Dan Gilboa & John Greshan

1255

(17 DSQ)

4

6

3

8

21

6th

Kelly Cantley & Kevin Thomas

5036

(11)

8

9

4

5

26

7th

Jerry Thompson & Mandi Smith

3113

9

7

3

8

(17 DNS)

27

8th

Paul & John Makielski

6277

(10)

9

4

10

6

29

9th

Charles Smith& Joanna Smith

6337

8

6

(12)

9

7

30

10th

Erik & Davis Bakker

4518

3

(11)

8

11

9

31

11th

Grant & Connor Hill

4310

6

12

10

6

(17 DNF)

34

12th

Steven & Kristina Potter

3726

5

10

11

12

(17 DNS)

38

13th

David Carroll & Moli Fegan

4682

13

(17 DNF)

13

13

17 DNS

56

14th

Dave & Jeanne Smith

3281

12

(17 DNC)

17 DNC

17 DNC

17 DNC

63

15th

Ed & Brian Spotskey

4075

(17 DNC)

17 DNC

17 DNC

17 DNC

17 DNC

68

15th

Jim Drury & Bruce Wasson

4963

(17 DNC)

17 DNC

17 DNC

17 DNC

17 DNC

68

 

NOTICE OF RACE

PLEASE NOTE: ABYC recommends that all competitors wear personal flotation devices while on the water. The Y flag (personal flotation required) will be flown at all regattas from October 15 through April 14, and it may be flown at other regattas.

RULES: The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). The timing sequence of rule 26 will be changed; the changes will appear in the sailing instructions. The organizing authority is Alamitos Bay Yacht Club and Lido 14 Fleet Six.

ELIGIBILITY: The regatta is open to members of any Southern California Lido 14 fleet and unattached members of the Lido 14 Class Association residing in Southern California. The regatta will be sailed in Lido 14s. Five (5) boats are required to establish a class.

ENTRY FEE: The entry fee is US$30.00 per boat. Members of US SAILING may take a $2 discount from the fee shown. Entries may be made in person or via mail; NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED BY PHONE, FAX, E-MAIL OR ONLINE. Entries will close on Saturday at 1030. Entry applications are available at ABYC or on the ABYC website, www.abyc.org.

SCHEDULE: Registration will open at 0900. A competitors' meeting will be held on the ABYC patio at 1030. Five (5) races are scheduled; the first race will start at 1200. A trophy presentation with complimentary hors d'oeuvres will be held after racing on Saturday.

SAILING INSTRUCTIONS: Sailing instructions will be available at Registration.

VENUE: Conditions permitting, the regatta will be sailed in the Long Beach Outer Harbor inside the breakwater near the Belmont Veteran's Memorial Pier. If conditions do not permit, the regatta will be sailed on Alamitos Bay.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: Competitors shall bring wearable personal flotation devices for both skipper and crew, a towline not less than two boat lengths' long and two bailers or one bailer and a hand pump.

SCORING: When fewer than five (5) races are completed, a boatís score will be the total of her scores. One (1) race constitutes a series.

TROPHIES: Trophies will be awarded according to the following schedule: five (5) boats = one (1) trophy; six (6) to eight (8) = two (2) trophies; nine (9) to 11 = three (3); 12-14 = four (4); 15 or more = five (5).

ARBITRATION: All protests involving rules of Part 2 will first be submitted to arbitration. The arbitration procedure will be posted on the official regatta notice board as an addendum to the sailing instructions.

LAUNCHING: Two hoists (maximum capacity 5,000 lbs.) and a dinghy ramp are available. Every boat using a hoist must have itís
own INTERNAL sling.

PARKING AND STORAGE: Due to space limitations, parking on ABYC grounds is restricted. Off-street parking is available across the street in municipal lots. Participants should obtain parking passes from the ABYC office. Participants may bring their boats into the ABYC yard on Friday between 0900 and 1700. Extended storage on a space-available basis may be requested IN ADVANCE by contacting the ABYC office. NOTE: ABYC is closed on Monday and Tuesday except for card-key access to the grounds.

HOSPITALITY: The hospitality of ABYC is extended to all participants. The Galley will be open; breakfast will be served and bag lunches will be available. A bar will be open after racing.

DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY: Competitors participate in this 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.

INFORMATION: For more information, contact Mark Ryan by phone at (562) 714-7089 or e-mail at MarkRyan4790@gmail.com or Ed Spotskey by phone at (714) 319-3806 or e-mail at espotman@aol.com.