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NTC06 - LBYC Interclub start, finish and courses

Notice date: 29/11/2019

1. Start
The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the Race Committee boat (YNot) and the starting mark, (Orange danbuoy with flag) at the port end. The Race Committee Boat
will be stationed NE of Somes Is.

2. Course
The course options for Sunday 1 December are detailed below: The marks are as per the LBYC Race
Courses and Marks (Available on the LBYC website)
The Selected courses will be displayed on the Race Committee Boat and will be Broadcast on VHF ch77
at 1000hrs.

Course No. Notrherly Courses (As per LBYC Almanac) Comment
10 Start – 19p – 24p – 23s – Finish Off wind finish
11 Start – 19p – 18p – Finish On wind Finish
13 Start – 19p – 24p – 18p – Finish On wind Finish
17 Start – 19p – (Matiu/Somes Is) 26p – 18p – Finish On wind Finish
22 Start – 19p – 18p – 23s – Finish Off wind finish
26 Start – 19p – 18p -19s – Finish Off wind finish
28 Start – 19p – 12p – 23s – Finish Off wind finish

3. Finish
The finishing line will be between a staff displaying a blue flag on the Race Committee boat and the
finishing mark. (Orange danbuoy with flag) The Race Committee Boat will not move during the
entire race.
NB: The finishing line will be shorter than the starting line
Races 2,3 & 4 of the Rum Regatta will be windward/leeward courses around laid marks.
Everyone is welcome to enter & complete in the Shipwreck Traders / Blackspot Rum
regatta.

NTC05 – Change to Racing Schedule

Notice date:27/11/2019

The 2019-2020 Chronology of Races (NoR 6.2 and SI 5.1) is amended as follows:

Latitude race 7 December 2019 – Cancelled

Fitzroy Bay race originally scheduled for 5 October 2019 – rescheduled to 7 December 2019

SI 16.4 will not apply for only the Fitzroy Bay race on 7 December 2019

NTC05 - Change to Racing Schedule

Notice date:27/11/2019

The 2019-2020 Chronology of Races (NoR 6.2 and SI 5.1) is amended as follows:

Latitude race 7 December 2019 – Cancelled

Fitzroy Bay race originally scheduled for 5 October 2019 – rescheduled to 7 December 2019

SI 16.4 will not apply for only the Fitzroy Bay race on 7 December 2019

NTC04 - Divisional Splits

Notice date:28/10/2019

Division 1 – Blink, Bullistic, Helter Skelter, Revs, St Laurence

Division 2 – 88% Proof, After Midnight, Agilita, Airship, Gucci, Incantare, Megastar, Outrageous, Prime Mover, Whistler III, Wiseguy, Zimmerframe Racing Team II

Division 3 – Bedouin II, Marishka, Port Nic 1, Port Nic 2, Revenue Cutter, Sasquatch, Saucy Sausage, Vendetta, White Cavalier

NTC03 - Island Bay 26 October 2019 - Start Times

Notice date: 24/10/2019

Start Time Fleet & Special Race Special Race Only
10.10 Shemara
11.10 White Cavalier
11.30 Halo

Marishka

Sasquatch

Tortimony

11.50 Bedouin II

Port Nic 2

Saucy Sausage

Vendetta

12.00 88% Proof

Agilita

Incantare

Outrageous

12.10 After Midnight

Gucci

Megastar

Prime Mover

Whistler III

Wiseguy

12.20 Airship

Zimmerframe Racing Team II

Testarossa
12.30 Helter Skelter

Bullistic

12.40 Revs
12.50 Blink
13.00 St Laurence Onco Fonco
NTC02 - Permanent Mark Locations

Notice date:24/10/2019

The permanent mark locations as at 19/10/2019:

Mark 4          41 15.250′ S 174 49.090′ E

Mark 5          41 15.599′ S 174 51.164′ E

Mark 11         41 14.570′ S 174 50.549′ E

NTC01 - Interclub Series Race 3 - EBYMBC

Notice date:12/10/2019

 

Protests

Organising Authority on behalf of Vendetta

DECISION OF PROTEST COMMITTEE

Cook Strait Classic Race

A request for redress by the Race Committee

Race Committee represented by: Kate Beckett

Procedural Matters

The protest was heard at the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club at 18.00 on 17 December 2019.

Application was deemed compliant.

Facts Found

  1. Prime Mover sailing downwind adjacent to Barretts Reef, during gybing manoeuvre lost crew member Andrew Miller overboard.
  2. Prime Mover radioed that crew member was overboard.
  3. Vendetta saw Andrew Miller in the water.
  4. Vendetta dropped sails, started motor and maneuvred to pick up Andrew, did so within 15 minutes (track records show 42m57s – 57m16s), took time out to get him dry and re-clothed then pulled up sails.
  5. Not safe to transfer Andrew back to Prime Mover, so continued with the race with Andrew on board.

Conclusions

  1. Vendetta result was made significantly worse through no fault of her own by giving help in compliance with rule 1.1.

Rules Applicable – 62.1(c) and 1.1

Decision

Redress granted so that 14 minutes shall be deducted from her elapsed time.

Protest Committee

John Floyd (chair), John Grace, Richard Martin

Race Committee vs Bullistic

Protest Withdrawn

After Midnight vs Cantilena

DECISION OF PROTEST COMMITTEE

Island Bay Race

AFTER MIDNIGHT V CANTILENA

Protestor: After Midnight

Represented by: Kate Beckett

Protestee: Cantilena

Cantilena was not represented

Procedural Matters

The protest was heard at the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club on 6 November 2019.

No representative of Cantilena attended the hearing. The Protest Committee decided the protest in her absence, pursuant to Rule 63.3(a).

The evidence at the hearing was that Cantilena failed to sail the correct course, which gave her an advantage in the race. Evidence was that she knew that she sailed the wrong course and failed to retire after being invited to do so by the protest convener. The protest committee found she had committed a breach of good sportsmanship, under Rule 2.

It subsequently became known that Cantilena had emailed the protest convener of her intention to retire, prior to the protest hearing. The Protest Committee then reopened the hearing pursuant to Rule 66.

Facts Found

  1. Cantilena did not round leading light, which was a rounding mark of the course.
  2. Cantilena retired after finishing the race.

Conclusions

  1. Cantilena did not sail the course and broke Rule 28

Rules Applicable – 28

Decision

Cantilena, having retired, is not penalized further.

Protest Committee

John Grace (chair), Dave Roberts, Brent Porter

Saucy Sausage vs Wiseguy

Resolved at arbitration – Wiseguy accepted a Penalty

Organising Authority on behalf of Frid & Grenadier

DECISION OF PROTEST COMMITTEE

Island Bay Race

A request for redress by the Race Committee

Race Committee represented by: James Snowdon

Grenadier represented by: Phil Williams

Frid was not represented

Introduction

This was a request for redress by the race committee on behalf of Frid and Grenadier who had been scored DNS.

The request for redress was heard at the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club on 6 November 2019.

Facts Found

  1. In a pursuit race start, the first boats were scheduled to start at 10:10.
  2. The start mark was laid prior to 11:30, before any boats had started.
  3. Frid and Grenadier were scheduled to start at 11:40 but did not cross the start line.
  4. All the other boats racing started correctly.
  5. Frid and Grenadier were scored DNS.

Conclusions

  1. There was no improper action or omission of the race committee that made Frid’s or Grenadier’s score worse through no fault of her own.

Rules Applicable – 62

Decision

Redress is not granted.

Protest Committee

John Grace (chair), Dave Roberts, Brent Porter