Co-hosted by: Sports Bureau of Qingpu District, Shanghai Yacht Club
Operated by: SYC Sports Management Co., Ltd.
2.1.The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing 2017 to 2020.
2.2.If there is any conflict between NOR and SI, the SI shall take priority. SIs will be given at registration.
2.3.If there is a conflict between language Chinese shall take priority.
2.4.The OA has the right to change the NOR and SI before the Race
Competitors advertising displayed on boats and / or on crew wear during the event shall be entirely in accordance with ISAF Regulation 20. Boats may be required to display advertising chosen and supplied by the organizing authority.
4. FORM OF RACE
4.1Courses: The detail of the course will be determined by the race committee according to the weather and wind condition on the race day.
4.2Classes: Topaz, Topper, Laser, Weta
4.3Competitors will sail courses as described at the Race Briefing each race day. These will consist of windward / leeward, trapezoid or other geometrical courses.
*Please prepare your own sailing equipment, such as sailing gloves, hat, quick-dry clothes, sun glasses, etc.
8.2 Division A will race on SYC club handicap rating system.
8.3 At least 3 boats can form a race.
Prizes and trophies will be awarded to 1st – 3rd places of each division.
Support boats shall remain clear of the racing area from the first warning signal for a race until all boats in that race have finished, unless carrying out rescue duties at the request of the Race Committee.
11.1.The participants of this regatta should take their own responsibilities about personal safety and equipment safety. Competitor shall wear personal floatation devices at all times while afloat.
11.2. If the average wind speed is over 12 knots on the race day, the OA reserves the right to shorten, postpone or cancel the race of certain divisions or the entire regatta.
12.DISCLAIMER of LIABILITY
Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See Rule 4, Decision to Race. The organizing authority will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the regatta.
Competitors should satisfy themselves that they have adequate personal and third party insurance for the duration of the event.
If you don’t have insurance, the OA recommend CPIC (China Pacific Insurance Co.). You can contact XIaoxi Shen to buyinsurance.E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone number: 18916765610.
This event is all about having fun with the sailing and Shanghai community. The OA (Organizing Authority) therefore request that all sailors and participants will take part in “FANCY DRESS”, to add to the spirit of the occasion, with the first themed event of the Spring Series being a PIRATE THEME. Although this is not mandatory that everyone wears “Fancy Dress”, your efforts will be much appreciated.
Accommodation - Camping is the aim of this event, but we also have our luxury lakeside cabins and 2 villas available to rent over the weekend.
Events and Activities - During the weekend, there will be food vendors, kids’ games, face painting, live music and entertainment, late night movies, bonfires, BBQS and loads of other things going on through the day and late into the night.