- John Brierley 7Pts
- Neil Westbrook 18
- Dave Williams 20
- Peter Baldwin 24
- Andrew Peter 30 (1 second)
- Alan Watkinson 30
- Colin Deakin 32
- Ernie Rice 36
- Sally Collings 52
- Dave Benjamin 59
The IOM handicap event this coming weekend will be sailed with a 3 buoy handicap system to give everyone of different abilities a chance in each race.
For the first race of the day, the fleet will all start together and race to buoy 1. This is the “seeding race” and is not scored in the final results.
For the 2nd race, the fleet will be split into 3 groups based on results in the first race. All start together, but race to separate windward marks (fastest group going to most distant mark)
For subsequent races, the first 2 boats from each group move up a buoy and the last 2 boats move down a buoy.
First race starts at 1pm.
Entry lists for the RG65 Open, IOM Veterans Nationals and the IOM Nationals have all been updated. If you have entered any of these and your name is missing, please contact the Sailing Secretary to confirm the details.
If you haven’t already confirmed and paid for your entry for the IOM Nationals, your time is running out. We have 82 entries, 74 of those confirmed (paid). Entry is restricted to 84 boats and will opened up to overseas entrants if any places remain at the end of this month.
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This coming Saturday see our first “All in day” of the season.
So what is the format? – The answer is there isn’t one, we will just see what develops. It doesn’t matter what kind of yacht you have, be it a Footy or a 10 Rater. Turn up when you want with it and sail it in company.
The day could be an excellent opportunity for tuning your boat without the pressures of formal racing.
All members and prospective members are welcome. Just bring your model yacht and sail it!