Flying Scot Fleet 161
August 8 –10, 2014
Lake Sailing Club, Ballston Spa, NY
1.1 Racing will be governed by the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS).
prescriptions of the United States Sailing Association (US Sailing) will
rules of the Flying Scot Sailing Association (FSSA) will apply.
above rules may be altered by this notice of race and/or by the sailing
regatta is designated Category A, in accordance with ISAF Regulation 20.
Eligibility & Entry
2.1 Competitors must register with, and have all fees paid to, the organizing authority before racing.
shall elect to sail in either the Championship division or the Challenger
division, the regatta chairmen/committee may reassign competitors.
2.3 Minimum Participation
Races will be held back to back, lunch will be taken
on the water (no return to shore).
Five or more (5+) races will be run (weather permitting).
Saturday August 9
Sunday August 10
course may be any of the following:
low point scoring system will be used according to Appendix A of the RRS.
division shall be scored separately.
races are scheduled, of which one shall be completed to constitute a
yacht's total score will be the sum of her score for all races, no races
will be thrown out.
5.5 Ties in total points will be resolved in favor of the yacht with the most number of firsts, and when the tie remains, the most second places, and so on. When the tie still remains, it shall be resolved in favor of the yacht with the better finish in the last race.
instructions will be provided at time of registration and will be reviewed
at the skipper’s meeting on Saturday Aug. 9.
Each yacht must carry the safety equipment prescribed
in the FSSA rules.
officials may ask to inspect safety gear on the water.
to carry the required gear may result in disqualification.
Flying Scot Fleet 161. Saratoga Sailing Club