Congrats to the Potomac Fleet!
There are a couple of newer I-20's from Fond du lac heading out east to ply the waters of the Potomac. Have a great time and good sailing.
NOTICE OF RACE
National Inland 20 Scow Sailing Association
September 15-17, 2017
Wawasee Yacht Club, 6338 E. Trusdell Ave, Syracuse, IN 46567
Sponsored in part by Wawasee Yacht Club and Connect Think, LLC
Rules: The racing rules of sailing 2017-2020, the prescriptions of US SAILING, and
the rules of NISSA will be followed. Sailing instructions will be distributed at
Eligibility: The regatta is open to all Inland 20 scows that meet NISSA specifications.
Racing: There will be a competitor briefing at 12:30 P.M. Friday, September 15 at
the Wawasee Yacht Club crane. The first of six races will begin with a 30
minute harbor warning signal after the competitor briefing. One race will be
a throw-out if at least six races are sailed during the regatta.
The intended schedule of racing will be two races Friday afternoon, two
races Saturday morning, one race Saturday afternoon, and the balance of
racing Sunday morning-subject to change.
No more than two races may be sailed back to back on any one day. No
race shall begin after 1:00 P.M. Sunday, September 17, 2017.
Tentative Schedule: Thursday, September 14, 2017
4pm-6pm Check in/Registration
Friday, September 15, 2017
8am-12pm Check in/Registration
12:30pm Competitor Briefing followed by a 30 minute harbor warning signal.
2 races planned.
Annual NISSA meeting to follow racing.
6pm Dinner at the Sleepy Owl (restaurant near the club, 15% discount
offered to sailors)
Saturday, September 16, 2017
8am Complimentary breakfast
9:30am 30 minute harbor warning signal. 2 races planned.
12pm Lunch. One more race to follow.
5:30pm Cocktail hour and dinner
Sunday, September 17, 2017
8am Complimentary Breakfast
9:30am 30 minute harbor warning signal. 1 race planned.
12pm Lunch followed by awards ceremony.
For special food requests, please contact Kenny Bolles: email@example.com
Comprehensive Regatta Fee: $200 Postmarked on or before
September 1st. Pre-registration is APPRECIATED for meal
package and T-shirts. Includes racing fees and trophies to top five
skippers and crew, meal package: (2 lunches Saturday, 2 dinners
Saturday, 2 lunches Sunday, 2 T-shirts). Complimentary breakfast
provided by WYC Saturday and Sunday.
Late Fee AFTER September 1: $25
Headquarters: Wawasee Yacht Club, 6338 E. Trusdell Ave, Syracuse, IN 46567
Launching: Wawasee Yacht Club crane, no fees required to use crane.
Boats and trailers will be stored in WYC yard.
Boats will be dry sailed.
Courses: Windward – Leeward courses with a possible downwind finish.
Windward offset marks will be used for all races. Leeward gates may
be used at the discretion of the PRO.
Awards: Awards to be given to the skipper and crew of the top five overall
Housing: Housing around the lake is available on a first come first serve basis.
Limited hotel space is available at the Brook Point Inn.
NISSA Meeting: The annual meeting of the NISSA will take place Friday after racing.
National I-20 Scow Sailing Association Executive Committee
Commodore Aaron Lynn
Vice Commodore Kenny Bolles
Secretary/Treasurer Steven Catlin
Rear Commodore Justin Bolles
Championship Regatta Chair
Kenny Bolles firstname.lastname@example.org 574-529-5157
Indian Lake Regatta update:
There are nine boats on the starting line, with five off lake boats sailing. It sounds like a shootout Between Joe Ewing and Aaron Lynn with both boats winning two races. Keith better jump a red eye for tomorrow.
Top four are Lynn, Ewing, Monsma, Bolles.
Good luck someone wins the regatta toight and someone loses it tonight. Be that someone.
Checkout the full report at: http://scowsailing.com/2017-cherry-blossom-regatta-april-29-30/#more-2957
Fond du Lac, WI
Indian Lake Regatta
Indian Lake, OH
Lake Wauwasee, IN
Your new secretary treasurer is Steve Catlin. He has been sailing in the class since age 12 when he won his first ILYA Championship. A tough sailor who is always in the front of the fleet at the end. Congrats Steve.
Your new vice commodore is Kenny Bolles from Wawasee Indiana. Kenny is a long time scow sailor with plenty of years in any and all scows. He currently is the driving force behind the Wawasee fleet. Besides VC Kenny is also the ILYA representative for the class. You will see Kenny on the course in Bolles I.
Good Luck Kenny!
Your 2016 National Champion
Ben Herdrich and Rob Quiesser are your 2016 Champions. In perhaps one of the best regattas of the past 10 years all seven races were sailed in sunny windy conditions, a couple races dropped down windspeed wise at the end but it was action all the way.
There were 19 boats in attendence from most all of the fleets and we had a good mix of sailors. The venue of course was Green Lake and what more could you ask for. We had the lake to ourselves for three days.
There will more information about the regatta coming up. But Thank You to the GLYC the regatta chairs Mimi Hayashi and Maureen Bohleber it was great to get all the gear and the food was great. Thanks to the sponsors AO Smith and also Windward Boatworks for their generiosity.