Nationwide Series – Mounts Bay Sailing Club
26/27th June 2010
Notice of Race
1. 1. Organizing authority
The organizing authority is Mounts Bay Sailing Club.
The Competitors should note that Mounts Bay Sailing Club supports the RYA Racing
Charter & that, when entering, Competitors will be required to undertake to sail
in compliance with the Charter.
The prescriptions of the UKMCA will also apply, except if these are changed by
this Notice of Race or the SailingInstructions.
Local Rules: Tow Rope;- Every boat shall carry a rope suitable for towing that is
not less than 10 metres in length and 6mm in diameter. The tow rope must not be
used for any other purpose whilst afloat.
rules as defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) will govern this event.
Photos by Chris Moore(?)
Chipstead Sailing Club hosted the first Mirror Nationwide event of the new season during the weekend of 27th / 28th March. The event is open to all mirror sailors nationally and the club welcomed from as far as Restronguet, Poole and Ripon. Young sailors from the mirror National Youth Squad were particularly well represented as well as a very strong parent and child team, Sarah Richards sailing M70618 “Tinytanic” with her son George, aged 9, from Pennine Sailing Club. In total a fleet of 17 mirrors, including three home boats from Chipstead assembled early on Saturday morning with a full schedule ahead of them.