QLD IOM Championship
Saturday 8th & 9th June 2013 Lake Kawana, Meridian St. off Nicklin Way, Bokarina, Sunshine Coast .
Saturday 8th June 2013
0830 – 0915 Registration and Regatta Check Measurement
0915 - 0930 Briefing
0930 - 1230 Racing commences
1230 – 1300 Lunch break (Lunch is provided)
1300 – 1630 Racing
Sunday 9th June 2013
0900 Registration Check in
0930 - 1200 Racing commences
1200 – 1230 Lunch break (Lunch is provided)
1230 – 1500 Racing
1500 Racing ends
Lake Kawana, Meridian St. off Nicklin Way, Bokarina, Sunshine Coast. Or off south end of Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina, 4575
UBD Map 90
3. ORGANISING AUTHORITY
The Championships are organised under the overall authority of the Australian Radio Yachting Association Incorporated (ARYA) and conducted by the Club Kawana Radio Yacht Club and it’s duly appointed Race Committee.
The regatta will be governed by The ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing for 2009-2012 (RRS) as changed by Appendix E of the RRS - Radio Controlled Boat Racing Rules, this Notice of Race (NoR), the Sailing Instructions (SI), International Class Administration Rules, the Equipment Rules of Sailing (ERS) and the respective International Class Rules. The Sailing Instructions shall prevail in the event of conflict with this Notice of Race.
The competition is open to financial members of ARYA (Inc) affiliated clubs and to members of a recognized Division Member of the International Radio Sailing Association. All boats must have a current registration certificate for the class entered.
Boats, together with their current registration certificate, must be presented for registration and check-measurement by 0930 on the first day of competition for that class. No boat will be eligible to race until it has completed this process.
7. EVENT CATEGORY AND ADVERTISING
The Championships are classified under the ISAF Advertising Code Regulation 20.3.1 (b) as Category C.
The Organisers reserve the right to advertising according to Regulation 20.3
8. SCORING AND RACING SYSTEM
The RRS A4 Low Point Scoring System, as modified by HMS2007 and the Event Sailing Instructions will apply. Where there are less than 21 competitors, the event may be sailed in one fleet.
The Race Committee may direct that all boats entered in the event be check-measured or alternatively randomly select a number of boats for check measurement. All boats in the International One Metre Championship will be weighed.
Random spot checks may be conducted throughout the duration of the event.
For frequency bands other than 2.4 Ghz, each competitor shall nominate a minimum of three (3) frequencies with their entry. The listing of additional frequencies if available would be helpful. Permitted frequency bands are 27, 29, 36, 40 Mhz and 2.4 Ghz.
A Committee will be appointed to hear any protests arising from the event and may comprise competitors not involved in the incident. RRS 61.2 and 62.2 may be replaced by a verbal notification and hearing if all parties affected by the incident agree. The Organising Committee may specify that protests be subject to mediation, in which event this will be notified in the Event Sailing Instructions. Protest mediation may apply to the event.
Entries must be made on the official entry form (separate form for each class entered) and forwarded to:
Entries will not be accepted from members who are un-financial at the close of entries.
The entry fee of $ $40 per class must accompany the entry form. Cheques made payable to Club Kawana Radio Yachting Inc and marked “Not Negotiable”. Please do not send cash. Lunch will be provided.
ENTRIES CLOSE on June 1st
Late entries may be accepted until June 7th on payment of an additional fee of $ 5.
13. PRIZES AND TROPHIES
Prizes and trophies will be presented for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
All those entering or taking part in these Championships do so at their own risk and responsibility. The Australian Radio Yachting Association (Incorporated), the Queensland Radio Sailing Association Inc; The Club Kawana Radio Yachting Inc.) and any other parties involved in the organisation of this event disclaim:
Any and every responsibility whatsoever for loss, damage, injury or inconvenience that might occur to persons and goods, both ashore and on the water as a consequence of entering or participating in the Championship covered by this Notice of Race.
At all times the responsibility for the safety of their boat and themselves plus the decision to participate or continue must rest with the competitors.
By entering the event it is deemed that you accept these conditions.