Notices of Race (NORs)

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Autumn 2019

 

Race Officers: For the list of race officers please see the duty rotas page.

  • Series Officer: Trevor Hayler

     

    John Gooch Memorial Rum Race 2019

    One race only Thursday 26th December 2019

    Discards: 0

    Classes: NHC

    Sign on: You may have already completed the annual ‘sign on document’ but for individual race entries it is necessary to inform the race officer of your intention to race at least 5 minutes prior to the warning signal.

    Entrance fee: £10 per race to be paid as soon as possible on the day of the race.

    Time limit: 3 hours

    Start time: 10:30 Hours

    Start line: SHYC shore start – Start line will be a transit between 2 transit markers aligned on groyne 89. The ODM buoy limits the seaward end of the line but may not be on the line. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Finish line: Between the lower transit marker on groyne 89 and the ODM. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Course: Either announced at the clubhouse or by VHF Prior to the warning signal.

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes: Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC standard race instructions, the series winner will be presented with the series trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries.

    Prize giving: On the day in the clubhouse after racing

  • Series Officer: Frank Tomline

     

    Notice of race
    Frostbite series 2019

    Dates:

    1st Race Sunday 6th January
    2nd Race Sunday 20th January
    3th Race Sunday 3rd February
    4th Race Sunday 17th February
    5th Race Sunday 3rd March

    6th Race Sunday 17th March

     

    Discards: 1

    NHC and IRC classes will share the same start and course. IRC yachts will also receive an NHC result for each race and will therefore be eligible for the spring 1 NHC series. All yachts will be subject to the NHC handicap adjustment system in place at that time.

    Yachts entering Short-handed series will be scored under NHC. No yacht can swap from NHC series to Short-handed series once their first race within the series has been entered.

    It is intended that all races will have a target duration of about 75 minutes for the lead boat.

    Classes: NHC, IRC and NHC Short-handed (double or single-handed)

    Sign on: You may have already completed the annual ‘sign on document’ but for individual race entries it is necessary to inform the duty Race Officer of your intention to race at least 5 minutes prior to the warning signal. If intending to participate in the short-handed series the duty Race Officer shall be informed

    Entrance fee: £10 per race to be paid as soon as possible on the day of the race.

    Time limit: 3 hours

    Start time: 10:00 Hours

    Start line: SHYC shore start – Start line will be a transit between 2 transit markers aligned on groyne 89. The ODM buoy limits the seaward end of the line but may not be on the line. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Finish line: Between the lower transit marker on groyne 89 and the ODM. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Course: Either announced at the clubhouse or by VHF prior to the warning signal.

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes: Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC standard race instructions, the series winner for all three classes will be presented with the series trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries.

    Prize giving: TBA

     

     

     

  • Series Officer: Peter Fletcher

    Contact details : peterjfletcher@aol.com

    Notice of race
    Spring series 2019
    Dates:
    Race 1 Sunday March 31st (Short)

    Race 2 Sunday April 14th (Long)

    Race 3 Sunday April 28th (Short)

    Race 4 Sunday May 12th(Long)

    Race 5 Sunday May 19th (Short)

    Race 6 Sunday June 2nd (Long)

    Races 1, 3 and 5 will be the standard target duration of 1 hour 45 minutes for the lead boat. Races 2, 4 and 6 will be long races with a target duration for the lead boat of 4 hours with long legs suitable for short handed sailing.

    Discards

    6 races with 1 discard

    Entrance Fee

    £10 per days racing to be paid to the RO on the day of the race. No fee – no result

    Start time

    10:00 hours

    Classes

    NHC (Flag G), IRC (Numeral Pennant 1), SH – Short Handed (Numeral Pennant 4)

    All Classes will share the same start and course. IRC yachts will also receive an NHC result for each race and will eligible for the Spring NHC Series. All yachts will be subject to the NHC handicap adjustment system in place at the time. Yachts entering the SH Series will be scored under NHC

    Time Limit

    3 hours for short races and 6 hours for long races

    Sign on

    Regular racers must have signed the SHYC annual “sign on document” before racing. They then only need identify themselves to the RO by radio when in the starting area of their intention to race, (Channel 37 (M1), call sign “Suntrap”). This must be at least 5 minutes before the warning signal. Any individual race entries must similarly advise the RO by radio. All yachts must advise the RO of crew numbers that day.

    Declarations

    Signing off is not required, however the RO must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race.

    Course

    Announced by the RO approximately 15 minutes before the start

    Start Line

    As per current SHYC Standard Sailing Instructions available on the SHYC Web Site unless amended by the RO on the day

    Finish line

    As per current SHYC Standard Sailing Instructions available on the SHYC Web Site unless amended by the RO on the day

    Safety

    All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the RO. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes

    Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC Standard Race Instructions and the Series winner will be presented with the Series Trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries. The prize giving date TBA

    Sailing Instructions

    The current SHYC Standard Sailing Instructions apply except where changed by this notice.

     

  • Series Officer: Brian Child

    Contact details : egertonmer@aol.com, tel. 07768 052704

    Notice of race  pdf :Weds 1 NOR 2019
    Wednesday evening series 1 2019
    Dates:

    1st Race 8th May
    2nd Race 15th May
    3rd Race 22nd May
    4th Race 29th May
    5th Race 5th June
    6th Race 12th June

    Discards: 1

    NHC (Flag G), SH – Short Handed (Numeral Pennant 4)

    Sign on: By VHF (channel 37) on the night at least 5 minutes prior to the warning signal

    Entrance fee: £5 Payable as soon as possible on the night.

    Start time: 19:00 Hours

    Time limit 2 hours for the lead boat, yachts failing to finish within 45 minutes of the first boat will be scored DNF

    Course: Announced by VHF (channel 37) approximately 15 minutes prior to the start

    Start line: SHYC shore start – Start line will be a transit between 2 transit markers aligned on groyne 89. The ODM buoy limits the seaward end of the line but may not be on the line. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Finish line: Between the lower transit marker on groyne 89 and the ODM. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes: Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC standard race instructions, the series winner will be presented with the series trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries.

    Prize giving: TBA

  • Series Officer: Trevor Hayler

    Contact details : Tjhayler2@aol.com, tel. 07802468366

    Notice of race
    Wednesday evening series 2 2019

    Dates:

    1st Race 19th June
    2nd Race 26th June
    3rd Race 3rd July
    4th Race 10th July
    5th Race 17th July
    6th Race 24th July

    Discards: 1

    Classes:  NHC (Flag G),  IRC (Numeral Pennant 1), SH – Short Handed (Numeral Pennant 4)

    Sign on: By VHF (channel 37) on the night at least 5 minutes prior to the warning signal

    Entrance fee: £5 Payable as soon as possible on the night.

    Start time: 19:00 Hours

    Time limit 2 hours for the lead boat, yachts failing to finish within 45 minutes of the first boat will be scored DNF

    Course: Announced by VHF (channel 37) approximately 15 minutes prior to the start

    Start line: SHYC shore start – Start line will be a transit between 2 transit markers aligned on groyne 89. The ODM buoy limits the seaward end of the line but may not be on the line. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Finish line: Between the lower transit marker on groyne 89 and the ODM. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes: Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC standard race instructions, the series winner will be presented with the series trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries.

    Prize giving: TBA

  • Series Officer: Nick Tomline

    Contact details : nick.tomline@googlemail.com

    Notice of race
    Wednesday evening series 3 2019

    Dates:

    1st Race           31st July
    2nd Race         7th August
    3rd Race          14th August
    4th Race          21st August
    5th Race          28th August
    6th Race          4th September

    7th Race          11th September

    Discards: 1

    Classes:  NHC (Flag G), IRC (Numeral Pennant 1), SH – Short Handed (Numeral Pennant 4)

    Sign on: By VHF (channel M2) on the night at least 5 minutes prior to the warning signal

    Entrance fee: £5 Payable as soon as possible on the night.

    Start time: 19:00 Hours

    Time limit 2 hours for the lead boat, yachts failing to finish within 45 minutes of the first boat will be scored DNF

    Course: Announced by VHF (channel M2) approximately 15 minutes prior to the start

    Start line: SHYC shore start – Start line will be a transit between 2 transit markers aligned on groyne 89. The ODM buoy limits the seaward end of the line but may not be on the line. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Finish line: Between the lower transit marker on groyne 89 and the ODM. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes: Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC standard race instructions, the series winner will be presented with the series trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries.

    Prize giving: TBA

  • Series Officer: Gwen King

    Contact details : gwennifer1955@hotmail.com, tel: 07827 233955

     

    Notice of Race

    Notice of Races for Summer Series 2019

    Series Officer: Gwen King

    dates :-

    Race 1                     Sunday 16th June

    Race 2                    Sunday 23rd June

    Race 3                    Sunday 7th July

    Race 4                    Sunday 14th July (long)

    Race 5                    Sunday 28th July

    Race 6                   Sunday 11th August (long)

    Discards

    6 races with 1 discard

    Entrance Fee  

    £10 per dasys racing to be paid to the RO on the day of the race,  No fee – no result

    Start Time

    10:00 Hours

    Classes             

    NHC (Flag G), IRC (Numeral Pennant 1), SH Short Handed (Numeral Pennant 2). All Classes will share the same start and course. IRC yachts will also receive an NHC result for each race and will be eligible for the Summer NHC Series. All yachts will be subject to the NHC handicap adjustment system in place at the time. Yachts entering the SH Series will be scored under NHC.

    Time Limit

     3 hours fort short races and 6 hours for long races.

    Sign on

    Regular racers must have signed the SHYC annual “sign on document” before racing. They then only need identify themselves to the RO by radio when in the starting area of their intention to race, (Channel 80, call sign “Suntrap”). This must be at least 5 minutes before the warning signal. Any individual race entries must similarly advise the RO by radio. All yachts must advise the RO of crew numbers that day.

    Declarations

    Signing off is not required, however the RO must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race.

    Course

    Announced by the RO approximately 15 minutes before the start.

    Start Line

    As per the current SHYC Standard Sailing Instructions available on the SHYC Web Site unless amended by the RO on the day.

    Finish Line

    As per the current SHYC Standard Sailing Instructions available on the SHYC Web Site unless amended by the RO on the day.

    Safety

    All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the RO. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes

    Points will be awarded for each race as per current SHYC Standard Race Instructions and the Series winner will be presented with the Series Trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries. The prize Giving date TBA.

    Sailing Instructions

    The current SHYC Standard Sailing Instructions apply except where changed by this notice.

     

  • Series Officer: Bob Jackson

     

    Contact details : (White Rose) Tel. 07338 922315 E mail: bob.jackson@talk21.com
    Race 1 Fri. 3rd May Brighton to Dieppe Race – Dieppe Dash – BMYC event. See Notice of Race
    Race 2 Sun. 5th May Dieppe to Eastbourne. Start TBA – Dieppe
    Race 3 Fri. 24th May Royal Escape Race, Brighton to Fecamp. See Notice of Race
    Race 4 Sun. 26th May SHYC race Fecamp to Eastbourne Start TBA – Fecamp
    Race 5 Sun. 2nd June Combined Spring and Offshore long race
    Race 6 Sat. 29th June Round the Island Race. See Notice of Race
    Race 7 Sun. 21st July J Holt Memorial Quaish – Long inshore race. 09:30hrs. start
    Race 8 Sun. 7th – 8th Sept Eastbourne 100 /Geoff Hammond Memorial. 100 NM Race. Start TBA 7th Sept 2019

    Discards 8 races with 2 discards

    Entries Race 1 – Entries to Brighton Marina YC – at www.bmyc.org.uk
    Race 2 – Sign on by radio up to 1 hour before the start with the nominated RO boat in Dieppe
    Race 3 – Entries to Sussex YC on 01273 464868 or see www.sussexyachtclub.org.uk
    Race 4 – Sign on by radio up to 1 hour before the start with the nominated RO boat in Fecamp
    Race 5 – Sign on by radio (CH72 ship to ship) with nominated RO boat on the Club start line.
    Race 6 – Entries to – Island Sailing Club (ISC) on 01983 296621 or www.roundtheisland.org.uk
    Race 7 – Sign on by radio (CH72 ship to ship) with nominated RO boat on the Club start line.
    Race 8 – Sign on by radio (CH72 ship to ship) with nominated RO boat on the Club start line.
    Finish Times All competitors should record their own elapsed finish times and advise the SHYC Race officer or Series officer asap after the race.

    Classes: NHC & IRC
    SHYC Offshore Series results will be calculated using elapsed times for all the above races.

    Sailing Instns. SHYC races – standard SHYC published Offshore race instructions.
    Other Races – as published by the particular organisers.

    Safety All yachts must comply with ISAF safety regulations as determined by the appropriate Race Instructions.

    Declarations For SHYC races, individual Race Instructions may be posted 2 weeks before the event or announced at signing on. Other races, in accordance with the organising Clubs Race Instructions

    Entrance fees For SHYC races – £10 per race payable to the Race Officer – no fee, no result
    Other races, in accordance with the organising Clubs instructions

    Prizes Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC Standard Race Instructions and the Series Winner will be presented with the Bruford Plate. There may be prizes for 2nd & 3rd depending on the number of entries.

  • Series Officer: Chris Young

    Contact details : chrisyoung066@gmail.com, tel: 07891 371533

    Notice of race
    Autumn  series 2019

    Dates:
    1st Race 15th September
    2nd Race 22nd September
    3rd Race 29th September
    4th Race 6th October
    5th Race 13th October
    6th Race 20th October
    7th Race 27th October

    8th Race 3rd November

    9th Race 10th November

    10th Race 24th November

    11th Race 1st December

    12th Race 8th December

    13th Race 15th December

    14th Race 22nd December

     

    Discards: 4

    Classes: NHC/IRC

    Sign on: You may have already completed the annual ‘sign on document’ but for individual race entries it is necessary to inform the race officer of your intention to race at least 5 minutes prior to the warning signal.

    Entrance fee: £10 per race to be paid as soon as possible on the day of the race.

    Time limit: 3 hours

    Start time: 10:00 Hours

    Start line: SHYC shore start – Start line will be a transit between 2 transit markers aligned on groyne 89. The ODM buoy limits the seaward end of the line but may not be on the line. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Finish line: Between the lower transit marker on groyne 89 and the ODM. Any changes will be announced on the day.

    Course: Either announced at the clubhouse or by VHF Prior to the warning signal.

    Declarations: Signing off is not required, however the race officer must be informed at the earliest opportunity of any yacht protesting or retiring from the race

    Sailing instructions: The current SHYC standard sailing instructions apply except where changed by this notice

    Safety: All yachts must have identifying sail numbers unless special dispensation has been given by the race officer. All yachts must comply with ISAAF special regulations Appendix J, category 5 for inshore races.

    Prizes: Points will be awarded for each race as per SHYC standard race instructions, the series winner will be presented with the series trophy. There may be prizes for 2nd and 3rd places depending on the number of entries.

    Prize giving: TBA

  • Rear Commadores Mini Series & Stanley Hamilton Cup Mini Series

     

    Notice of race
    Stanley Hamilton Trophy 3 race mini-series 2019

    TBA