Schedule of Events
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Friday June 4
Saturday June 5
Edgewater Yacht Club
The JAM Fleet of Edgewater Yacht Club and the Cleveland Sailing Association present:
The June JAM- Boree: A Celebration of Boating Normalcy.
A Celebration of Boating Normalcy
Schedule of Events and Information
The EYC JAM Fleet and the Cleveland Sailing Association proudly present the EYC JAM-Boree.
Schedule of Events
Friday June 4 - 1830 hrs
Fleets assemble in the Western Basin.
Parade and Review down the central channel for Review and Salute the Clubhouse.
Re assemble at M mark for a Flotilla Cruise to the Crib, Sailing optional.
After Flotilla, Enjoy the evening on your boat.
Saturday June 5 – 1025 hrs - Warning
JAM Course Race starting at Pavilion
Requirements and Notes
Skippers must wear Neckties to All events.
Jam Race open to All sailboats
Registration is $15.00 Register here
Racing for Non Racers
In the Interest of introducing our Club Racing program to Non-Racers, the JAM-Boree will have a class just for you. You will have a separate start from the other fleets. This is a great opportunity to get on the water and experience what this is about.
Discount Lunch Tickets Available for Sale.
Keg of Beer provided.
Go to Clevelandsails.com for more Information
Lee Jay Karns CSA Guy and JAM Co-Fleet Captain
Bob Savinall – JAM Fleet Co-Captain and JAM Engineer
Schedule Of Events
June 4, 2021
This race shall be governed by the rules in the Racing Rules of Sailing, the Rules and regulations of Edgewater YC and the Rules of PHRF-SS
Boats will be divided into logical Divisions based on Ratings and Boat Design.
RACING FOR NON-RACERS.
This class is for skippers new to racing and want to try it, or cruisers who need an excuse to get out on their boat and navigate through the Course.
Will be announced at the Mandatory Skippers Meeting at 0915 hrs, meeting will be within shouting distance pf the flagpole
START AND FINISH
The start will be between XS and the flagpole on the Edgewater Pavilion.
10:25 hrs first warning.
There will One Race.
Order of Starts, and Course designation will be announced by Radio before the first warning and at the Skippers Meeting.
Any notice WILL be emailed, texted and/or otherwise disseminated via electronic means.
Radio communications, VHF 71
Mandatory check in by Radio. VHF 71
5 minute start sequence according to RRS Appendix U will be signaled by auditory horn from shore and simulcast by radio.
If no vessel has rounded the first mark within 90 minutes of the start, the race shall be abandoned.
If the first boat does not finish within 3 (three) hours of the first start, the race shall be abandoned.
If a boat does cross the Finish Line within 45 minutes after the first boat in their start, they will be scored in place
Protest forms are available in the EYC chart room.
Protests and requests for redress or reopening shall be delivered the EYC Protest Chair Mike Vining via electronic means within in the protest time limit firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-533-3934 The protest time is 24 hours after the last boat has finished.
Protests will be heard via Zoom or some other means while social distancing remains in effect.
All boats intending to race shall check in via radio 5 minutes prior to the first warning signal of the day.
A boat that retires from the race shall notify the race committee as soon as possible.
VHF Radios are mandatory for this series and must be monitored at all times while racing.
Awards will be presented for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each division.
The Best Tie will be Awarded. (Judging is completely skewed depending on the Judges mood)