SPSC 2022 Thursday Spring and Fall Series
Spring Series: Thursday May 12th through June 30th
Fall Series: Thursday August 18th through September 29th
Notice of Race Excerpts (complete NoR for print ▼)
Venue & Organizing Authority
South Port Sailing Club
210 Brighton Road
Tecumseh, Ontario N8N 2L3
(519) 979 SPSC
SPSC Racing Director & Event Organizer ..... John Baker
Excerpts from the NoR: 1. Rules
The event will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.
Excerpts from the NoR: 2. Sailing Instructions
The Sailing Instructions ▼ and any additional documents are available either the official notice board or downloadable from the web site. Any changes to the Notice of Race will be incorporated into the online version and posted as a notice to competitors..
The official notice board is in the clubhouse's enclosed porch. Notices will be mirrored on the web site within 24 hours of being posted.
Excerpts from the NoR: 3. Communication
On the water, the race committee may make courtesy broadcasts to competitors on VHF radio channel 69.
Excerpts from the NoR: 4. Eligibility and Entry
The event is open to all boats of the JOG, Shark and PHRF classes.
Essex County PHRF Association Rules association rules are in effect, except that there are no minimum crew requirement.
A current valid measurement certificate or rating certificate is not required. This changes rule RRS 78.1.
Boats may enter the event by registering online< at www.southportsailingclub.com.
Excerpts from the NoR: 5. Fees
There will be no fee for the 2022 Thursday spring and fall series for SPSC members. A fee of $20 per series will be charged to non-members.
Excerpts from the NoR: 6. Venue
The racing area shall be centred at mark S (the start mark), approximately one nautical mile 25° magnetic from the end of the Pike Creek Channel on Lake St. Clair. Marks 1-8 will form an octagon, with each mark placed 0.75 nautical miles from mark S.
Excerpts from the NoR: 7. Courses
PHRF and JOG classes will sail a Modified Olympic course while the Shark class will sail a Windward / Leeward.
Excerpts from the NoR: 8. Scoring
Corrected times for PHRF and JOG will be calculated using time-on-time handicapping.
Corrected Time ∝ Elapsed Time ÷ (PHRF Handicap + 557s/mi.)
A boat’s score shall be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score.
Only boats that compete in at least two races in the series will be eligible for an award or counted when calculating DNC scores.
Excerpts from the NoR: 9. Insurance
Each participating boat shall be insured with valid third-party liability insurance with a recommended minimum coverage of $300,000 per incident.
Excerpts from the NoR: 10. Prizes
Prizes will be awarded for each class. The number of prizes awarded awarded will depend on the number of entries.
|Flags Awarded||Number of Eligible Entries|
|1st||1 – 3|
|1st & 2nd||4 – 6|
|1st, 2nd & 3rd||7 or more|
The Harold Asselstine Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the best spinnaker boat in SPSC hosted competitions. To be eligible for the trophy, a boat must be eligible for an award in a spinnaker division (PHRF or one-design) for at least four of: the Spring and the Fall Thursday-Night Series, the Open Series, the Invitational Regatta and the Harvest Moon Regatta.
All prizes will be presented at the Awards Banquet.
Excerpts from the NoR: 11. Further Information
For further information please contact John Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org)