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Last Week’s Race Results

September 29th 2019 - Spring Series Race #3

Congratulations to the Race Winners

PHD        
1st Windsong        R. Ashcroft     
2nd  Joker @ Work    G, Chipperfield   
3rd  Friday Harbour K. Cili
AMS    
1st  Joker @ Work G. Chipperfield
2nd  2Xtreme A. Clark
3rd  Rogue D. Phillips

 Apolgies for any confusion with the results as there were some issues with the original results posted.

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Congratulations to the Series Winners

PHD     
1st 2Xtreme            A. Clark              
2nd Windsong     R. Ashcroft
3rd   Joker @ Work G. Chipperfield
AMS      
1st  2Xtreme A. Clark
2nd  Joker @ Work     G. Chipperfield
3rd  Rells M. Winder

 

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Full results are posted at Spring Series 2019 Results

Next Race

Friday 11th October 2019

Friday Twilight Pursuit - Race 1     Tower / Pursuit Start          
First warning: 17:25H
Start time: 17:30H

On Duty

Tower - RO Judy Champion
Duty Boat  Norma Jeane

 

The Friday Nights are BACK so make sure you get your crew together and get out there for the first race of the summer season!!  Start Sheet will be published SOON

Opening Day

The clubs Opening Day is being held on Sunday 13th.  Make sure you put this date in the calendar as we would hate you to miss what is always a great day at the club and the start of what is going to be a ripper summer season at SBSC.. 

Formalities will start at the club house at 11:00H and will be followed by the official Sail Past and Race and around 14:00H. More details to follow shortly but make sure you lock this date into your calendar as it is not to be missed.

 

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4 Minutes of Confusion

There seems to have been some confusion over the weekend as to when a 4 minute adjustment applies?

The 4 minute adjustment ONLY applies to the Pursuit Races with Spinnaker Option format such as the Brass Monkey Winter Series and some of our Summer Sunday and Friday Pursuit Race as specified in the SBSC Keelboat Program.
In these races if you would like to run a spinnaker then you are required to notify the SBSC Tower of your intentions when signing on for the race.  If you have elected to run a spinnaker then 4 minutes is added to your starting time i.e. if the start sheets has you starting at 10minutes and you have chosen to run the kite then your new start time will be 14minutes.

There is no 4 minute adjustment for Combined Start Races.

Hoping that this helps to sort out any confusion.

KB Captains Report

The Summer Season is just around the corner with our first race on Friday 11th October and the clubs Opening Day on Sunday 13th October so please get all your documentation in.

I urge Skippers & Crews to attend the meeting on Sunday the 20th October @ 10:00am as we are going to have several very informative presentations.  The mysteries of the PHD handicapping system will be explained by our Commodore, Peter Bulka.  We will also have Rod Smallman and Tony Christmane going through Man Overboard procedures including an introduction to Leo the MOB dummy.  .   

Hope to see you all out on the water for the First Twilight Race of the season.

Cheers Mal

ORCV Coastal Sprint Series

So, now that you’re all trained up or thinking about why not try a bit of ocean racing and the new coastal series will be just the thing to do.
The series consists of 4 coastal races designed to have you back in the pen within 24 hours or so and seeing as they are starting near Port Phillip Heads
and finishing of the Peninsula back beaches, we at SBSC are one of the better placed clubs geographically.

https://www.orcv.org.au/sailing/races/coastal-sprint-series

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Each ORCV Coastal Sprint race is classified Category 3, avoiding the substantial equipment upgrade costs required for Category 2 races.
There is no requirement for HF Radio, Satellite phone storm sails or Life Rafts (those under 12m). The ORCV Coastal Sprints are perfect training platform when combined with Melbourne to Stanley prior to the Christmas Ocean races of ORCV Melbourne to Hobart or Rolex Sydney to Hobart.

 

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AMS

For those that are interested in getting measured up for AMS and missed the September weigh in day don’t despair a second weigh in day is being arranged at Sandringham in October.  If you are interested, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and will pass on contact details.
For those of you that already are measured up please remember that all certificates need to be revalidated at the end of this month.

Sail Peninsula 2020

Plans for SP2020 are already underway!
If you are interested in joining a great organising committee and assist with this fantastic regatta, please don’t be shy.                                                        
Clarky is waiting to hear from you so either drop him an email to:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him on 0418 331 083.

Key Dates for the Diary 

Friday 11th October     Friday Twilight Pursuit - Race #1  
Sunday 13th October SBSC Opening Day 
Sunday 20th October Skippers and Crews Meeting

  

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EDITORS NOTE:  Big thank you to Rod Smallman who has been the KB News Editor for the last 4weeks whilst we have been struggling with connectivity.  As usual Rod has done an amazing job and put together some highly entertaining and interesting content for your enjoyment.  

 

The clubhouse was buzzing for our Neil Diamond tribute show, with everyone singing along, dancing the night away and having a great time. The awesome team from Snooks Catering kept the delicious food coming. Local wines and beers are always available at the bar and our new spotlight shining over the water impressed visitors to the club.

We welcomed new social members and even had a few people keen on learning to sail!

Keep an eye out for more upcoming social events on the Social Calendar

Our Sailor Gals have been getting together at the Club on a fortnightly basis for Theory Training. Wednesday night sessions have seen us cover everything from the Rules of Racing, rough weather sailing, knot tying, kite packing and everything else in between.We will now be taking a break while some of us head North for warmer weather sailing and will recommence in September.

Despite the cold windy burst, Joe Warren & Liam Snooks joined the other hearty souls, Bill Manning & Murray McNeill on the water today in Off the Beach along with the Keelboats to start our Spring Season of Sailing at Safety Beach Sailing Club. Congratulations to all who braved the weather conditions and to our on water crew for their time & assistance.

Welcome back !!

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