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Amendment's to 2006 SIMRAD Two Handed Triple Series Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions

05 Sep 2006

 

Amendment 1

 

Amend 9. Fairway Marks to read:

9. FAIRWAY MARKS:

Boats shall pass South of Sandspit Beacon, North of Doris Rock Beacon, West of Rangitoto Lighthouse, South of Emu Point Beacon, WEST of Red Buoys on eastern side of Motuihe Channel, South of Iliomama Rock Beacon, North of Orakei Sewer Beacon, North of Browns Island Beacon. Boats shall not enter mooring areas as defined on Chart 5322.

 

 

Amendment 2

 

Amend 6.2 to read:

6.2      Racing Schedule:
           
Simrad Barrier 50 - Saturday 8th July 2006
           Longhaul Divisions 1-2:                                               Start Signal 0900 hrs
           Shorthaul Division 1-3 & 5:                                          Start Signal 0905 hrs
           Shorthaul Division 4 (Y88)                                           Start Signal 0910 hrs
           Multihull Division Longhaul 3:                                       Start Signal 0915 hrs
           Smallboat Divisions 1-2:                                              Start Signal 0920 hrs
           
Simrad Barrier 60 - Saturday 5th August 2006
           Times as for Simrad Barrier 50.
          
Simrad Barrier 100 - Saturday 9th September 2006
           Times as for Simrad Barrier 50.

 

 

Amendment 3

 

Amend 17.2 to read

17.2      Barrier 100 Shorthaul & Smallboat Divisions
            All boats must call SSANZ Sports Radio VHF Channel 66 at 1800 hrs,
            Saturday 9th Sept 2006 and 0700 hrs Sunday 10th Sept 2006 if not
            already finished.
 


 

Amendment 4

 

Amend 17.3 to read

17.3      Barrier 100 Longhaul
            All boats must call SSANZ Sports Radio VHF Channel 66 at 1800 hrs,
            Saturday 9th Sept 2006, and 0700 hrs Sunday 10th Sept 2006 if not
            already finished.

 

 


Amendment 5

 

Amend 1.3 to read

1.3       Class rules shall apply while racing as a class. The class rules for Pied Pipers will be those allowing the use of prods and gennakers as authorized by the Pied Piper Class Owners Association Committee.

 

 

Amendment 6

 

Add Rule 1.10

1.10   All Multihull yachts MUST carry a waterproof grab bag that is easily accessible regardless of if the yacht is upright or upside down. This grab bag MUST contain All required Flares, EPIRB, Sharp knife in a pouch and a handheld VHF in a waterproof pouch. It is highly recommended that another form of contacting assistance such as a cellphone be carried in the grab bag.

A Emergency Knife must be easily accessible if the yacht is upside down. 

For ALL competitors SSANZ recommends the use of personal EPIRBS and Strobe Lights.

 

 

Amendment 7

 

Amend 1.2 to read

1.2 The following YNZ Safety Regulations shall apply:

Longhaul Divisions:

Keelers & Multihulls, Races 1 & 2: Part II Category 4, Race 3: Part II Category 3

Shorthaul Divisions and Smallboat Division:

Keelers - Part II Category 4

Trailer Boats - Part V Category A

All boats must carry the following additional equipment:

Current life raft or approved dinghy, inflated and stowed above deck, for race 3 only. Boats in the Smallboat division are exempt from this requirement. Current EPIRB (Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon). Marine VHF radio transceiver with appropriate channels including 1, 3, 16, 66, 71, 77. Securely fitted jackstays (as specified by Yachting New Zealand Safety Regulations 7.23(e) Category 3) on either side of the boat to the foredeck, all crew are recommended to be clipped on before leaving the safety of the cockpit. Crew on boats without permanently fitted lifelines must be clipped on at all times.

 

 

Amendment 8

 

Amend Rule 11 to read:

11. The Finish: 

11.1     The Finish Line shall be a line between the Flagstaff at Orakei Wharf and the signal mast of the SSANZ boat moored in the vicinity of 8 Bouy (likely to be closer to Orakei Wharf)

 


Amendment 9

Amend rules 16.3 and 16.4 to read:

16.3    A boat that retires from a race shall notify Coastguard on VHF Channel 82 as soon as possible. Alternatively phone Coastguard on *500 or 0508 RESCUE. Steve Ashley can also be contacted ph 0274 777 969.

16.4    All boats must contact SSANZ Sport Radio on  VHF Channel 77 either as they finish or immediately after finishing TO IDENTIFY THEMSELVES, IF FINISHING AFTER DARK. FAILING TO DO THIS MAY RESULT IN A DNF.

 

 

Amendment 10        

Replace  Rule 17. Radio Communication: with

17. RADIO COMMUNICATION:

17.1   All boats are required to call Coastguard on VHF Channel 82, 1 hour prior to their estimated time of finishing.
17.2   SIMRAD 100 Longhaul Division. All boats are required to contact Coastguard on VHF Channel 82 after passing Channel Island and again after rounding and clearing  Little Barrier.
17.3   SIMRAD 100 Shorthaul Division. All boats are required to contact Coastguard on VHF Channel 82 after rounding and clearing Little Barrier, if using Course 1. All boats are required to contact Coastguard on VHF Channel 82 after rounding Flat Rock, if using Course 2.
17.4   SIMRAD 100 Smallboat Division. All Boats are required to contact Coastguard on VHF Channel 82 after passing Kauri Point, Waiheke Island.
17.5   If all else fails contact Coastguard ph *500 or 0508 RESCUE or alternatively Steve Ashley 0274 777 969 (Home 09 418 1344)
17.6   Failure to report on passing Radio Sked waypoints may result in a time penalty.




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