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0 1 9 i a r y2 D G B R ACIN L CLU I R N TO SA OURSES LEA S R O V ERS C PACKAGE IMP ERSHIP S E M B R J U NIOR M O ISH F SAILF www.burwain.co.uk
2 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 3 Reedymoor Lane, Foulridge, Colne, BB8 7LJ Sailing at Burwain 2019 Tel: (01282) 863493 www.burwain.co.uk burwain-sailing-club Commodore: Captain: Gerard Lamle Glynn Howson Recognised by the Royal Yachting Association Make the most of your Burwain membership. • Commodore G. Lamle General Committee The 2019 sailing season has been developed to encourage • Vice Commodore A.Hargreaves, P. Norcliffe, as much participation by members as possible. We hope • Rear Commodore M. Pearce K. Chippendale, S.Graham, G. Howson. that there is something for everyone, whether you’re young • Captain G. Howson • Vice Captain D. Bailey or old, a complete beginner or a highly experienced sailor. • Secretary P. Hamilton We hope that as many members as possible are able to get • Treasurer M. Leake out on the water or be involved in some form of club activity. • Bar Secretary R. Whittle • Membership Secretary M. Mussell As well as racing on Saturday afternoons and Wednesday Sailfish T. Partridge evenings, the main focus in 2019 will be the development of Bosun A. Hargreaves burwain-sailing-club membership and the training of new and existing members. Training Officer P.J. Dewhurst Sailfish for juniors is back to Friday evenings. Adult training Sailing Development Officer P. Graham is organised for Friday evenings and is also available during Marketing G. Lamle Saturday racing in double handers. Berthmaster J. Birtles Child Protection Officer C. Dobson @BurwainSC Together, we hope to create a great club experience for Hon Auditor A. Dawson everyone, resulting in a growing and thriving membership Trustees P. Johnson that sets Burwain as one of the North West’s leading clubs. J. Stephenson We look forward to seeing you on the water in 2019. P. Haworth Commodore Captain Contents Page Page Gerard Lamle Glynn Howson Introduction..........................3-4 Club Boats & Boat hire........14 Racing..................................5-11 Open water swimming.........15 My OOD Duties (Write your dates here as a reminder) Club racing......................5-7 Sailfish.................................16 Club regattas...................7 Diary pages..........................17-37 Club championship .........7 List of members...................38-42 Get into club racing.........8 OD duties.............................43 Open events ...................9 Setting a course...................44 Sailing away events........10 Race Times ..........................45 Club honours 2018..........11 Starting sequence ...............46 Training.................................12-13 RC Lasers.............................47
4 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 5 What’s on at Burwain in 2019 Club Racing There are many ways to enjoy sailing at Burwain 168 x club races Race series formats for 2019: 3 x Regattas & This season we’ve got lots of exciting ideas and formats 6 x open special events events to encourage more participation and good quality racing. The main organised race days continue to be Saturday afternoons and Wednesday evenings. These will feature standard handicap racing plus 1 pursuit race seriEs. The Early bird series on Wednesday evenings from 6pm is also retained for those who just can’t get enough of their sailing. There is also the aim to run a MID WEEK SERIES which will Sailing for 8-21 Training year olds be run on an ad hoc basis subject to weather conditions classes and water levels. RYA Level 1 & 2 8 x Main Saturday race series 4 x Wednesday evening series Learning SPECIAL EVENTS There are a number of special events and regattas throughout the year to whet your appetite. There is the main 2 day mid-summer regatta plus the single hander championship, and 2 x special sprint days. It all adds up to an exciting and varied sailing timetable. Friday evenings will be the main Sailfish day. Enjoy Race results & qualifying. Each race is recorded on a results sheet. ment Racing For handicap races elapsed times are converted to a corrected time to produce each boat’s finishing position. Results will be formally posted online via our website www.burwain.co.uk. Go racing in 2019 All abilities and boat classes Challen ging are welcome. fun Having Volunteeri n g
6 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 7 Club Racing Club Racing & Regattas Racing Programme Format: PY Handicap Racing SATURDAY SATURDAY Format: PY Handicap Racing RACE SERIES RACE SERIES No of Series: 8 No of Series: 1 Start: Mass Starts & Pursuit Start: Mass starts StartS U No ND of ANo Y of To S U N D AY Start No of No of To RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Start Date Series Format Times Days Races Count Start Date Series Format Times days Races Count Sat 2nd Feb Brass Monkey H’cap 13:00 Hrs 5 10 5 Tues 3rd Sept Mid Week H’cap 13:00 Hrs 6 12 6 Sat 9th Mar Sat ‘A’ H’cap 13:00WEDNESDAY Hrs 5 15 7 WEDNESDAY RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Sat 27th April Sat ‘B’ H’cap 13:00 Hrs 5 15 7 Sat 1st June Sat ‘C’ Pursuit 13:00 SHrsA I L7F I S H15 7 SAIL FISH JUNIOR SAILING JUNIOR SAILING Sat 13th July Sat ‘D’ H’cap SATURDAY 13:00 Hrs 5 15 7 SATURDAY RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Sat 17th Aug Sat ‘E’ H’cap 13:00 Hrs 5 15 7 Single Hander Championship 6th April Sat 21st Sept Sat ‘F’ H’cap 13:00LEARN SAIL Hrs 52 15 7 LEARN 2 SAIL The ultimate test for all club sailors. Who will be the person to take RYA courses RYA courses Sat 2nd Nov S U N D A Y Sat ‘G’ Winter’ H’cap 13:00 HrsRACE5 SERIES 10 5 S U N DPatrick A Y Hamilton’s crown in 2019? RACE SERIES IMPROVERS IMPROVER Spring Regatta - Sprint Races SAILING COURSES SAILING COURSES Format: PY Handicap Racing No of Series: 4 WEDNESDAY RACE SERIES Sat 20th April - A 1 day regatta with 5 short races held over WEDNESDAY RACE SERIES Start: Mass starts a shortened course. It’s going to be fast and furious with plenty of action. Start S ANo I LofF I No S Hof To SAIL FISH Start Date Series Format Times JUNIOR days SAILING Races Count JUNIOR SAILING Summer Regatta 22nd & 23rd June 19.00 hrs* Two days of classic handicap racing. 6 races with 4 to count. Wed 10th Apr Wed ‘1’ H’cap 19.20hrs 7 7 4 LEARN 2 SAIL LEARN 2PLUS SAILSummer BBQ and entertainment afterwards. Wed Early RYA courses RYA courses Wed 29th May H’cap 18.00hrs 9 9 5 Bird’ Autumn Regatta - Sprint Races Wed 29th May Wed ‘2’ H’cap 7 7 19.20hrsIMPROVERS 4 IMPROVER Sat 28th Sept - A 1 day regatta with 5 short races held over SAILING COURSES SAILING COURSES 19.20hrs a shortened course. It’s going to be fast and furious with plenty of Wed 17th Jul Wed ‘3’ H’cap 19.00hrs** 7 7 4 action. * First two races of Wed 1 Warning signal starts at 19.00hrs ** Last two races of Wed 3 Warning signal starts at 19.00hrs Club Championship The Club Champion will be awarded to the sailor with the best overall performance throughout the year. This will be on a points basis which will be awarded to the first 3 positions in a series, regatta or open event. The sailor with collectively the most points acrued over the year will be the Club Champion. 1st in a race series, regatta or open event = 3 points 2nd in a race series, regatta or open event = 2 points 3rd in a race series, regatta or open event = 1 point
SAT·SUN·WED JUNIOR SAILING CRUISING RACING 8 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k FRIDAYwEVENINGS w w . b u r w a i n . c o . u CLUB k STARBOARD SERIES 9 ClubCRacing RUISING RACING Open R EEvents G AT TA S OPEN EVENT FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES CLUB RACING RACE SERIES R E G AT TA S OPEN EVENT 6 x Open Events in 2019 B OAT H I RE CLUB RACING RACE SERIES GET SAILING Represent your club at these special 1 day events. They’re open to all members and non-members. B OAT H I RE Race fees apply on the day. GET SAILING GP14 Open Sunday 31st March Warning signal 11.00hrs. 3 races with 2 to count Solo Open meeting Sunday 14th April Warning signal 11.00hrs. 3 races with 2 to count get into club racing national 12 open meeting Saturday 18th May Do you want to get into club racing but are not sure on Warning signal 11.00hrs. 3 races with 2 to count where to start? Here are some hints and tips to starting Seniors mid-week open [over 50’s] club racing which can seem a daunting prospect at first Tuesday 14th May but is hugely enjoyable and achievable. Loud warning signal 11.00hrs. 3 races with 2 to count 1 Crew for an experienced helm. This gives a great Laser open meeting insight into tactics, wind shifts, drills and techniques. Ask the Club Captain for a list of experienced helms Sunday 16th June (Run in-line with the Streaker Open). names and aim to complete a series. Warning signal 11.00hrs. 3 races with 2 to count 2 Get more time on the water. Why not attend one STREAKER open meeting our organised training sessions on Friday evenings Sunday 16th June (Run in-line with the Laser Open). and Saturday afternoons to build up your skills and Warning signal 11.00hrs. 3 races with 2 to count confidence. There are organised sessions to help you develop your skills. Fair racing 3 Set mini goals. Break the race down into achievable We are signed up members of the R.Y.A. Racing Charter. This means goals which you can build on: Making the start line, that we do our best to provide: Reaching the first mark, Completing a lap, Finishing a 1. Fun, fair and safe racing. race, Finishing a series. 2. Treat competitors with courtesy and respect. 3. Act promptly to resolve protests and disputes. Practice your skills. They say practice makes As a family club we rarely reach the formal protest stage. However, 4 perfect. Spend time focussing on specific skills such informal post-race clinics are a useful way of learning the racing rules. as; Tacking, Gybing, Mark rounding, Ask a more Parties in dispute can have incidents resolved with the help of experienced experienced sailor for hints, tips and drills. rules ‘pundits’. 5 Complete a Wednesday evening race. During the It’s time to Open Up summer evenings, winds are usually lighter which provides ideal conditions for beginners to have a go. You can represent your club at one of the 6 main Open Events. There are special events for different boat classes, all comers and seniors.
SAT·SUN·WED JUNIOR SAILING SAT·SUN·WED JUNIOR SAILING 10 PORT wwwwww. b. bu ur w r wa ai ni n. c. co o. u. uk k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 11 2019 Trophy Winners ClubCracing RUISING 2019racing Club Trophy Winners CRUISING RACING RACING FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES Sailing away R E G AT TA S events OPEN EVENT Club Honours - winners 2018 R E G AT TA S OPEN EVENT CLUB RACING RACE SERIES CLUB RACING RACE SERIES Expand your sailing experience by participating Wednesday Series in a B sailing OATevent outside the club. These can be H I RE Early Bird B OAT GHLamle I RE Summerscales Trophy great fun and present opportunities to develop GET SAILING Wednesday 1 GET SAILING G Graham Colne Lads Cup Wednesday 2 S Graham Burwain Barrel your sailing in single/double hander events. Wednesday 3 S Ashworth Lothersdale Trophy Participate at either junior or senior level, or in a team event such as the Southport 24 hour race. Saturday Series Brass Monkey M Pearce Frostbite Plate North West Topper Series Saturday A D Bailey Excalibur Trophy These are open events held at all the local sailing clubs in the Saturday B G Lamle Merlin Rocket Owner Trophy North for junior sailors in the Topper Class. Saturday C G Graham Coronation Trophy (O Paget) Visit www.gbrtopper.co.uk/ for more details. Saturday D D Bailey / A Bailey Handicap Challenge Cup JUNIOR NORTH WEST Traveller Series Saturday E D Bailey Merlin Rocket Trophy These are open events held at all the local sailing clubs in the Saturday F M Pearce National Firefly Cup North for junior sailors in any class of boat. Contact: Tom Partridge for more details Saturday G D Bailey R Sutton Trophy Other Awards Junior 12Hr Race - Southport SC Laser Open P Hamilton Laser Open Shield Saturday 29th June. 8.00am Start. Solo Open 1st Burwain L Tennant Burwain Shield For all Juniors aged 8-21 - The Club will aim to enter a team into Solo Open Winner L Tennant Solo Open Shield the Southport 12 hour race. This is an opportunity for juniors of all abilities to participate . Contact: Tom Partridge for more details. Southport 24 Hr 21st place Flight Tankard Regattas THE LORD BIRKETT - ULLSWATER Single Hander P Hamilton Single Hander Trophy Saturday 6th July 13.00hrs Start Spring Regatta P Hamilton Foulridge Firkin Sunday 7th July 11.00hrs Start Summer Regatta G Graham Harold Evans Silver Salver A must do event on your sailing ‘bucket list’. With 235 boats on the start line it has the carnage/adrenalin factor in abundance. Club Champion A great weekend away. Club Champion D Bailey Churchill Trophy THE WEST LANCS SC. 24HR RACE Club Awards Starts Saturday 14th Sept. 12.00hrs. Adult Club member A Hargreaves Dobson Tankard Finish Sunday 15th Sept 12.00hrs. Most Improved Sailor C Harris Burnham Motor Boat A great chance to take part in an exciting team event. Do your bit Capsize Champion G Bates Capsize Trophy either helming and crewing in the 53rd 24 hour race. Junior Trophy E. Yilmaz Berconel Cup Junior Traveller J Roberts Traveller Shield OVER 50’S MID-WEEK H’cap Series Over 60s Champion M Pearce Roses Loving Cup Multiple events held at local North West clubs on Lady Member H Quirk Ladies Glass Bowl Tuesdays. 11.00 hrs 1st race. 3 races/day The Burwain event is Tues 14th May.
SAILFISH JUNIOR SAILING SAIL FISH JUNIOR SAILING SAILFISH SAIL FISH JUNIOR SAILING JUNIOR SAILING JUNIOR SAILING JUNIOR SAILING 12 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 13 LEARN 22 SAIL Training LEARN SAIL LEARN 2 LEARN 2 SAIL SAIL Training LEARN 2 SAIL LEARN 2 SAIL RYA courses RYA courses RYA courses RYA courses RYA courses RYA courses Instructors IMPROVERS IMPROVER KEY Training INITIATIVES IN SATURDAY 2019 SATURDAY IMPROVERS SAILING COURSES IMPROVER SAILING COURSES IMPROVERS RACE Burwain SCSERIES isCOURSES IMPROVER RACE an RYA Approved Training Centre SERIES Principal/Club Training Officer SAILING COURSES SAILING COURSES SAILING SAILING COURSES Peter Dewhurst with a series of structured training courses throughout the year to suit a wide range of Senior Instructors abilities and ages, Paul Graham , Patrick Hamilton SUNDAY S U N D AY RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Instructors RYA Stages 1,2,3 & 4 RYA, level 1 for Adults. James Dewhurst, Alan Hargreaves, Tom Partridge. for Juniors - during A series of organised Sailfish sessions sessions during Friday GOALS WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY evenings & Saturday RACE SERIES RACE SERIES • RYA Level 1 (Adults) - Training will focus on achieving RYA afternoons. level 1. • RYA Stages 1,2,3 & 4 (for Juniors). To be covered as part of S A IImprover L F I S Htraining - Impromptu S Asessions ILFISH throughout JUNIOR SAILING the year for members JUNIOR SAILING Sailfish activities. The RYA Stages 1,2,3 & 4 are specifically targeted for juniors. They start with basic Introduction to sailing, through to competent independent sailing and racing. Elements of this will be covered in Sailfish and junior members will progress through the LEARN 2 SAIL LEARN 2 SAIL RYA courses RYA courses levels Junior Training CORPORATE CHALLENGE: Southport 24 hour For 2019 the official Junior training will take place during Sailfish IMPROVERS race initiative.’ IMPROVER SAILING COURSES SAILING COURSES sessions on Friday Evenings from April 12th. Although Sailfish is During 2019, the club is aiming to train a number aimed at encouraging children to develop general sailing skills of adult beginners to a level where they will be and competence, it does follow the recognised RYA stages 1-4 as milestones for achievement. competent sailors to take part as crew in this years Southport 24 hour race. Adult Training for existing and new members Following the ‘Try Sailing Afternoon’ on April 19th, the club will run a This is part fund raising effort for Pendleside Hospice series of organised training sessions for adults on Friday evenings and and part membership drive for the club. Saturday afternoons during racing. It’s a fantastic opportunity to expose the Club to a Friday sessions will consist of general introduction to sailing working towards RYA Level 1. The sessions will be for new and existing whole new group of adult members, develop club members. Adults will be encouraged to complete a minimum of 8 activities and raise money for a great local charity. sessions with up to five being 1-on-1 sessions. To help coordinate We will be looking for support from more experienced training, places will be advertised and can be pre-booked in advance helms to help with training and take part in the event using Eventbrite. in September. - Contact Ged Lamle for details. Saturday afternoon sessions will aim to encourage new and inexperienced members to sail and race with an experienced helm in double-hander boats. Sailing in this format with an experienced helm is Introductory courses for a great way to develop skills and confidence on the water. non-members Wanted - Experienced helms! To help the Saturday double To encourage members of the public to ‘have a go’ at sailing, the club hander sessions we need experienced helms to offer a few runs special Introduction to Sailing session on Saturdays during racing. of their Saturday race days to helm in a double hander. Pass • Introductory ½ Day Crewing Course. 11.30am - 5.00pm. on some of your knowledge and help develop the future of Cost £50.00 . One to one instruction while training as a Burwain. Contact Peter Dewhurst to offer your services. racing crew. Pass the word on to friends who may be interested.
FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES 14 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 15 R E G AT TA S OPEN EVENT Club Boats & Boat Hire CLUB • RC lasers RACING Open Water Swimming RACE SERIES B OAT H I RE Club boats 2019 GET SAILING Open Water Swimming - Plan for members to get the best use out of them. Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings The club has the use of the following boats for Club training courses and Pendle Triathlon Club (PTC) are excited about running also for members to hire for personal practice sessions or for club racing. Open Water Swimming from Burwain from mid-April 5 Optimist single-handed until November 2019. We welcome able swimmers, 2 Tera junior single-handed whatever your experience of Open Water Swimming. 6 Topper youth/adult single-handed MPTC Swims are fun, supportive and social events. 2 Laser youth/adult single-handed We all wear wetsuits and a swim hat (provided), and safety is covered by a 3 Pico youth/adult, single/double-handed Team of Spotters, Safety Kayakers and Safety Boats. Swim buoys are available for swimmers to use, and a standard 500m 3 RS visions - two handed dinghy circuit will be set out in front of the Club House. 1 GP14 two handed dinghy Session timings: Boat Hire - Extended boat hire periods or Pay-as-you- Thursdays 1800 - 1900 and 1900 - 2000 as the evenings get lighter go. Never be without a boat to sail or race. Please arrive 15 minutes beforehand to get signed in and changed. Swimmers should : For new members, buying a boat can be daunting. That’s why we have • Be able to swim 500m unaided, created two formats for boat hire. It’s a great way of experiencing • Be a Member of PTC - discounted for BSC members, and available on different types of boat and participate in club activities without the need the day, to purchase a boat. • Be over 18 years of age on the date you swim, 1: Extended boat hire period - Hire a club boat for the season. Use it • Complete a simple Self Declaration and inform the Safety Team of your whenever you want (subject to availability) fitness and well-being, How to Hire: Contact Peter Dewhurst (Training Officer) or John Birtles • Bring your goggles, swimming costume / trunks to wear under your own (Berth Master) and pay for the season’s use in advance wetsuit, or use one of the Clubs, • Wear flip flops / crocs when walking around the lake before and after 2: Pay-as-you-go day hire. Just turn up on the day and speak to the you swim, days Officer of the day of your intention to sail. Pay the daily hire fee • Bring shower kit / towel, a full change of clothes and some money for and choose your boat to sail. refreshments afterwards, Boat hire rates • Swims are £5 per session collected on the night. Season hire (Adult) £85 Season hire (Junior) £55 A robust License arrangement exists between PTC / BSC and Canal & River Day hire (single hander) £5 Day hire (double hander) £10 Trust (CRT), ensuring that sessions run in warm water conditions, regular water quality testing and reports back to CRT. We will update an OW These boats are a great asset to the club but are expensive to insure and Swimming Facebook page weekly and keep everyone informed of sessions maintain. Club sailing courses contribute to the running costs but the club going ahead. needs the income from hire charges to make up the balance. For those swimmers needing practice, there is a Tuesday night Coached Bear in mind that on average it costs approx. £250 per annum to run your session at Pendle Leisure Centre, 20:00-21:00, every week. own boat. If you fancy a go at the Pendle Triathlon on Sunday 7 May, there are Team Please help the club to maintain its fleet of boats. Book your boat out, use Relay Places available to BSC - please email us at the link below. and store it with care, pay the hire charge and report any gear problems. Please get in touch for information about Joining PTC as an individual or family, OW Swimming and the Safety Training Events we are running in 2019. Wishing you all a successful 2019! Keeley Turner and Nic Burnside - OWSwim@pendletriclub.co.uk
RACE SERIES DUTY OFFICER OOD 16 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 17 Juniors RACING & families SAI L FI S H February 2019 Race Start Times: Sat - Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm SAT·SUN·WED JUNIOR SAILING RACES YOUR OD DUTIES Mon 28 Tue 29 CRUISING R A CParents I N G- get Wed 30 FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES involved! Thurs 31 Fri 1 We ask all parents R E G AT TA S OPENtoEVENT help out by rigging Sat 2 Brass Monkey 1 & 2 CLUB RACING RACE SERIES Sun 3 boats, launching and Mon 4 retrieval. Or why not Tue 5 B OAT H I RE help in the galley or bar. GET SAILING Wed 6 Thurs 7 Fri 8 sailfish cluB - NEW DATES & TIMES Sat 9 Brass Monkey 3 & 4 SAILFISH IS NOW TAKING PLACE ON FRIDAY EVENINGS. It is a great way for Sun 10 junior members and their families to get into sailing. Mon 11 The organised programme is to run on Friday evenings from 6:00pm Tue 12 (registration, changing & briefing) and to be rigging boats by 6:30pm. Wed 13 Dates: Friday evenings, Starts from April 12th until 26th July. Thurs 14 Saturday Mornings from Saturday 31st August until 12th October Fri 15 Ages: 8-21, Abilities: All abilities are welcome, support is provided. Sat 16 Brass Monkey 5 & 6 Sun 17 Format of a Sailfish evening: Mon 18 A session will typically follow the format of: Tue 19 • Arrive at 6.00am to allow time to sign in and get changed for the briefing at Wed 20 16.30pm. Thurs 21 • Boat rigging, and launching. (with assistance by parents) Fri 22 • Juniors will be split up into groups according to skills level Sat 23 Brass Monkey 7 & 8 • Fun and games, practice drills, quick races & capsize drills Sun 24 • Boat retrieval and de-rig Mon 25 The aim of Sailfish is to develop sailing confidence and competence in a Tue 26 relaxed and fun environment. Wed 27 Thu 28 Team events: Two organised ‘Sail Away’ team events are arranged which members can join - even those new to sailing! Northwest Senior Travellers Series 2019: • 8 Hour race - Hollingworth • 12 Hour race - Southport 7 events throughout the Hollingworth Lake SC - 2nd July Northwest for the over 50’s Contact: email@example.com Junior traveller events: - 10 races throughout the year The NW Junior Traveller series takes place throughout the North’s sailing Delph SC - 23rd April Southport SC – 16th July clubs. They are a great opportunity for racing against similar aged children. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: email@example.com Tuition and encouragement is also provided to those at the back of the fleet Leigh & Lowton SC - 10th Sept so every child had the chance to learn and progress. Burwain SC - 14th May Contact: peterdew747@gmail. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Check the dates below or visit : www.nwjtt.co.uk com Elton SC - 1st October Chester SC 30th Mar Bassenthwaite SC 29th and 30th Jun Bolton SC - 11th June Contact: email@example.com Elton SC 6th Apr Pennine SC 13th Jul Budworth SC 11th May Redesmere SC 7th Sept Contact: Tony Critchley avc525@ More details available at: Hollingworth Lake SC 18th May Bolton SC 12th Oct btinternet.com www.rya.org.uk/rya-regions/north- West Lancs YC 22nd Jun Leigh and Lowton SC 26th Oct west/competition/Pages/hub.aspx
18 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 19 March 2019 Race Start Times: Sat - Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Fri 1 Sat 2 Brass Monkey 9 & 10 Sun 3 Mon 4 Tue 5 Wed 6 Thurs 7 Fri 8 Sat 9 Sat ’A’ 1,2,3 Sun 10 Mon 11 Tue 12 Wed 13 Thurs 14 Fri 15 Sat 16 Sat ’A’ 4,5,6 Sun 17 Mon 18 Tue 19 Wed 20 Thurs 21 Fri 22 Sat 23 Sat ’A’ 7,8,9 Sun 24 Mon 25 Tue 26 Wed 27 Thur 28 Fri 29 Sat 30 Sat ’A’ 10,11,12 GP14 open, 3 Races - 11am Sun 31 start I said, I’m on Date to be announced for March/April Starboard!*@*! Need a bit of clarity on some of the finer points of racing? Want to refine your OD skills? - We are holding a special race rules session during a Saturday Race Day in March/April Race Rules Recap Session (date to be announced) - Full details coming soon.
20 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 21 April 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm Wed - 7.20pm (*7.00pm for the first two races of the season) RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Mon 1 Tue 2 Wed 3 Thurs 4 Fri 5 Single Handed Sat 6 Championship, 3 Races Sun 7 Mon 8 Tue 9 Wed 10 Wed ‘1’ 1 - *7.00pm start Thurs 11 Fri 12 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing Starts for 2019 - 6pm Sat 13 Sat ‘A’ 13,14,15 Sun 14 Solo Open 11am start Mon 15 Tue 16 Wed 17 Wed ‘1’ 2 - *7.00pm start Thurs 18 Sail Experience and open afternoon - 2pm ENROL for Sailfish Fri 19 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 6pm & RYA Adult L1. Spring Regatta Sat 20 5 Race Sprint Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Wed ‘1’ 3 - 7.20pm start SATURDAY SATURDAY RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Thurs 25 Fri 26 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm SATURDAY SatRACE27SERIES Sat ‘B’ 1,2,3 SUNDAY S U N D AY RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Sun 28 Mon 29 SU Tue N30D A Y WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY RACE SERIES RACE SERIES RACE SERIES Starts Wednesday S A I L F I S10th H SAIL FISH Starts Friday April 12th WEDNESDAY RACE SERIES Put your feet up SAILING JUNIOR after work! JUNIOR SAILING Time for the kids to set sail! Sailfish Taster Session on 19th April 2pm SAIL FISH LEARN 2 SAIL LEARN 2 SAIL JUNIOR SAILING RYA courses RYA courses
22 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 23 May 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm Wed - Early Bird - 6.00pm • Wed - 7.20pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Wed 1 Wed ‘1’ 4 Thurs 2 Fri 3 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 4 Sat ‘B’ 4,5,6 Sun 5 Mon 6 Tue 7 Wed 8 Wed ‘1’ 5 Thurs 9 Fri 10 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 11 Sat ‘B’ 7,8,9 Sun 12 Mon 13 N.W.. Senior Traveller Tue 14 11am Start (over 50’s) Wed 15 Wed ‘1’ 6 Thurs 16 Fri 17 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat ‘B’ 10,11,12 Sat 18 Open Meeting - N12 Sun 19 Mon 20 Tue 21 Wed 22 Wed ‘1’ 7 Thurs 23 Fri 24 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 25 Sat ‘B’ 13,14,15 Sun 26 Mon 27 Tue 28 Wed Early Bird 1 - 6pm start Wed 29 Wed 2 ‘1’ - 7.20pm start Thurs 30 Fri 31 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm
24 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 25 June 2019 Race Start Times: Sat & Sun- Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm Wed - Early Bird - 6.00pm • Wed - 7.20pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING Other NOTES Sat 1 Sat ‘C’ 1,2,3 (Pursuit) Sun Sun 2 Mon 3 Tue 4 Wed 5 Wed Early Bird 2, Wed 2 ‘2’ Thurs 6 Fri 7 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 8 Sat ‘C’ 4,5,6 (Pursuit) Sun 9 Mon 10 Tue 11 Wed 12 Wed Early Bird 3, Wed 2 ‘3’ Thurs 13 Fri 14 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 15 Sat ‘C’ 7,8,9 (Pursuit) Open Meeting - Laser - Sun 16 Streaker - 11am start Mon 17 Tue 18 Wed 19 Wed Early Bird 4, Wed 2 ‘4’ Thurs 20 Fri 21 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 22 Summer Regatta 1,2,3 Family BBQ & Entertainment Sun 23 Summer Regatta 4,5,6 Mon 24 Tue 25 Wed 26 Wed Early Bird 5, Wed 2 ‘5’ Thur 27 Fri 28 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 29 Sat ‘C’ 10,11,12 (Pursuit) Junior Southport 12hr race 8am Sun 30 SUMMER Sat 22nd & Sun 23rd June REGATTA It’s the big sailing and social event of the year. - 2 days of excellent sailing PLUS an evening family BBQ and & BBQ entertainment on Saturday 23rd. Fun for all members, friends and family.
26 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 27 July 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm Wed - Early Bird - 6.00pm • Wed - 7.20pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Mon 1 Tue 2 Wed 3 Wed Early Bird 6, Wed 2 ‘6’ Thurs 4 Fri 5 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 6 Sat ‘C’ 13,14,15 (Pursuit) Lord Birkett Sun 7 Lord Birkett Mon 8 Tue 9 Wed 10 Wed Early Bird 7, Wed 2 ‘7’ Thurs 11 Fri 12 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 13 Sat ‘D’ 1,2,3 Sun 14 Mon 15 Tue 16 Wed 17 Wed Early Bird 8, Wed 3 ‘1’ Thurs 18 Fri 19 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 20 Sat ‘D’ 4,5,6 Sun 21 Mon 22 Tue 23 Wed 24 Wed Early Bird 9, Wed 3 ‘2’ Thur 25 Fri 26 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing, Adult RYA 1 Training - 6pm Sat 27 Sat ‘D’ 7,8,9 Sun 28 Mon 29 Tue 30 Wed 31 Wed ‘3’ 3 - 7:20pm start Family sailing, Whilst the little ones are in Sailfish, why not have a go at sailing yourself? Friday evenings will be the ideal time cruising & to rig a boat yourself and get on the water. Sail with an experienced helm or go out by yourself after completing leisure sailing one of our Learn 2 Sail Courses.
28 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 29 August 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm Wed - 7.20pm (*7.00pm for the last two races of the series) RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Thurs 1 Fri 2 Sat 3 Sat ‘D’ 10,11,12 Sun 4 Mon 5 Tue 6 Wed 7 Wed ‘3’ 4 Thurs 8 Fri 9 Sat 10 Sat ‘D’ 13,14,15 Sun 11 Mon 12 Tue 13 Wed 14 Wed ‘3’ 5 Thurs 15 Fri 16 Sat 17 Sat ‘E’ 1,2,3 Sun 18 Mon 19 Tue 20 Wed 21 Wed ‘3’ 6 *7.00pm Start Thurs 22 Fri 23 Sat 24 Sat ‘E’ 4,5,6 Sun 25 Mon 26 Tues 27 Wed 28 Wed ‘3’ 7 *7.00pm Start Thurs 29 Fri 30 Sat 31 Sat ‘E’ 7,8,9 Sailfish Training, Family Sailing - 10am
30 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 31 September 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Sun 1 Mon 2 Tue 3 Wed 4 Thurs 5 Fri 6 Sat 7 Sat ‘E’ 10,11,12 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 10am Sun 8 Mon 9 Tue 10 Wed 11 Thurs 12 Fri 13 Sat 14 Sat ‘E’ 13,14,15 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 10am Southport 24hr race Sun 15 Southport 24hr race Mon 16 Tue 17 Wed 18 Thurs 19 Fri 20 Sat 21 Sat ‘F’ 1,2,3 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 10am Sun 22 Mon 23 Tue 24 Wed 25 Thur 26 Fri 27 Autumn Regatta Sat 28 5 Race Sprint Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 10am Sun 29 Mon 30 THPOR OU This year is the 53rd Southport 24 hour race. Lets see S T Your club needs you if we can improve on last years 21st position. As usual 24 we’re looking for helms and crews to participate. Why Sat / Sun 14th & 15th Sept. not also get some useful training in before hand. 24 9 01 OU 2 H R RACE Contact Glynn Howson for more details.
32 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 33 October 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Tue 1 Wed 2 Thurs 3 Fri 4 Sat 5 Sat ‘F’ 4,5,6 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 10am Sun 6 Mon 7 Tue 8 Wed 9 Thurs 10 Fri 11 Sat 12 Sat ‘F’ 7,8,9 Sailfish Training & Family Sailing - 10am Sun 13 Mon 14 Tue 15 Wed 16 Thurs 17 Fri 18 Commodore’s Sat 19 Sat ‘F’ 10,11,12 Dinner Sun 20 Mon 21 Tue 22 Wed 23 Thurs 24 Fri 25 Sat 26 Sat ‘F’ Winter 13,14,15 Sun 27 Mon 28 Tue 29 Wed 30 Thu 31 Follow us on Follow us on Facebook WhatsApp This year were planning on having more information, comments We’re setting up some Whatsapp groups for racing and training. and general club chat on our Facebook page. Friend us and Contact the Club Captain to be invited and keep in touch. Follow us at Burwain-Sailing-Club
34 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 35 November 2019 Race Start Times: Sat Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Fri 1 Sat 2 Sat ‘G’ Winter 1,2 Sun 3 Mon 4 Tue 5 Wed 6 Thurs 7 Fri 8 Sat 9 Sat ‘G’ Winter 3,4 Sun 10 Mon 11 Tue 12 Wed 13 Thurs 14 Fri 15 AGM 4.30pm after Sat 16 Sat ‘G’ Winter 5,6 sailing Sun 17 Mon 18 Tue 19 Wed 20 Thurs 21 Fri 22 Sat 23 Sat ‘G’ Winter 7,8 Sun 24 Mon 25 Tue 26 Wed 27 Thurs 28 Fri 29 Sat 30 Sat ‘G’ Winter 9,10 Notice of Annual General Meeting All resolutions and other business of which notice has to be given shall be made in writing to the Hon. Secretary, not less than 21 days prior to the The A.G.M. for 2019 will be held at the club A.G.M. on Saturday 16th November at 4.30pm.
36 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 37 December 2019 RACES YOUR OD DUTIES TRAINING OTHER NOTES Work Party – End Of Sun 1 Season Tidy-Up Mon 2 Tue 3 Wed 4 Thurs 5 Fri 6 Saturday Sailors Sat 7 Lunch Sun 8 Mon 9 Tue 10 Wed 11 Thurs 12 Fri 13 Sat 14 Sun 15 Mon 16 Tue 17 Wed 18 Thurs 19 Fri 20 Sat 21 Sun 22 Mon 23 Tue 24 Wed 25 Thurs 26 Fri 27 Sat 28 Sun 29 Mon 30 Tue 31 January 2020 Wed 1 Thus 2 Fri 3 Sat 4 Sun 5 Mon 6 Tues 7 Wed 8 Thurs 9 Fri 10 Prize Giving and New Sat 11 Year’s party Sun 12 Mon 13 Tues 14
42 PORT w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w . b u rw wwa iwn .. bc uo r. w u ka i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 43 OOD J UDuties NIOR RACING OOD RACE SERIES DUTY OFFICER REGISTER FOR OFFICER OF THE DAY (OOD) DUTIES RAC ONLINE! ING SAI L FI S H SAT·SUN·WED JUNIOR SAILING THIS YEAR WE AGAIN ARE ASKING MEMBERS TO REGISTER THEIR INTENDED DAYS FOR OFFICER OF THE DAY DUTIES ONLINE. This can be completed online via the main link on the WEBSITE HOME PAGE. CRUISING Every member RACING is required to assist in OOD duties throughout the year. It FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES is part of being a member to do one’s bit so please complete and most importantly TURN UP! R E G AT If circumstances TAyouSfrom doing your duty, prevent OPEN EVENT either arrange a duty CLUB RACING RACE SERIES exchange with another member and inform or ask the Sailing Captain for help in arranging a duty exchange. B OAT Expected H I RE Participation of Members GET SAILING • Experienced members and frequent sailors are asked to pick 3 x OD Duties throughout the year that they can definitely attend.. • Less frequent sailors (but still experienced) are asked to pick 2 x OD Duties throughout the year that they can definitely attend. • Inexperienced sailors and newer members should pick 3 x Assistant OD Duties that they can definitely attend throughout the year. IMPORTANT: IF AT ANY POINT YOU ARE UNABLE TO MAKE ONE OF YOUR DUTIES, PLEASE TRY AND SWAP IT WITH ANOTHER MEMBER. IF A STAND-IN CAN’T BE ARRANGED IN TIME PLEASE CONTACT THE CLUB CAPTAIN GLYNN HOWSON ON 07974 352144. Good competitive racing, Burwain Sailing Club has always aimed to run dinghy racing in accordance with the rules as determined by yacht racing governing bodies ie. The RYA and I.S.A.F. These well defined rules that are time proven is the best format for race officers and competitors alike. The Officer of the Day (OOD) has it in his/her power to produce a set of races that test the skill of the competitors. This in itself is a source of both pleasure and learning. It will also improve your ability as a race competitor. (see page 44 for setting a course). If you are unsure of any aspect of being an OD, contact the Training Officer Peter Dewhurst for more information.
RACING SAI L FI S H 44 PORT w wwww w.. bb uu rr w w aa ii nn .. cc oo .. uu kk w w w . b u r w a i n . c o . u JUNIOR SAT·SUN·WED k STARBOARD SAILING 45 Club JURacing NIOR RACING OOD RaceCTimes RUISING RACING RACE SERIES DUTY OFFICER FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES Setting a course OOD Quick Guide CreatingR a good R Ehour • Turn up 1 G AT TAofSrace start time OPEN EVENT ahead A Cracing I N course G needs practice.SThere AI L mayF be I Swind H shifts, CLUB RACING RACE SERIES or light wind conditions around particular areas JUNIOR SAT·SUN·WED of the course which SAILING • All information & equipment for race officers is kept in the OOD box. will affect your decision. The examples below illustrate the key features • Check the race series and number of races. that a good course should contain. • LaunchBaOAT committeeH Iboat. RE GET SAILING BEATS: CAimRfor U aI S minimum I N G of 2 beats (These areRA theClegs IN where G • Check the wind direction at all points on the lake. positions can change FRIDAY most and test the skill of the EVENINGS helm). CLUB SERIES • Hoist the correct flags REACHES: Always good to include a reach, especially on a breezy day. • Pick a start line and create a course. IF IN DOUBT - SEEK ADVICE. R E G AT TA S OPEN EVENT • Display the course on the OD box plus use the hand-held display Wind Direction CLUB RACING 1 RACE 4 8SERIES 5 6 3 W board for water starts from the committee boat. Westerley 3 Water start at 3 • Keep things moving, and stick to the approved race times. At the end Club Start of the days racing complete the paperwork and record results on the B OATHouse H I RE CHSAILING GET 2 4 lap top which will be set up for you to enter results. C 1 8 A 5 Race start times... foo tpa To ensure race days progress efficiently we ask ODs to start races at th DP 7 Dinghy Pen the following times for the first warning signal: 6 Day Races : Race 1: 1pm • Race 2: 2.30pm • Race 3: 3.30pm 4 8 5 6 3 1 X It is good practice to run races 2 & 3 back to back Start at line X Wind Direction Wednesday evening races: Easterley 3 Early Bird Series: 6pm Club House Regular Wednesday Series: First 2 races and last 2 races of the CH 2 4 season - 7pm start. All other races - 7.20pm start. C Start 1 A 5 8 foo tpa th DP 7 How long should races be? Dinghy Pen 6 Standard handicap racing: Keep races to approx 45mins. duration [for the leading boat and majority of the fleet]. It is helpful to set race courses which give good finishing options near the club house. If one boat is in the lead by a Start Club 3 considerable distance then use your initiative to finish the boat slightly House early so that the main fleet finishes at approx 45/50 min . CH 2 4 C Pursuit races: 1 A 5 This year we intend to keep pursuit races to 45min for the lead boat. foo 8 Races start with the standard 5,4,1,Go sequence with the slowest tpa th DP 7 handicapped boat starting first. Other faster classes will then start Dinghy Pen 6 at predetermined intervals which are indicated by combined flag and Wind Direction sound signals. Details can be found on club notice boards and in the Southerly OD Box - LEARN YOUR START FLAG SEQUENCE. 8 4 7 6 3 W Water start at 3
RACING SAI L FI S H w w w . b u r w a i n . c oJUNIOR 46 PORT SAT·SUN·WED . u k SAILING w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k w w w. b u r w a i n . c o . u k STARBOARD 47 Starting C R U ISequence SING RACING RC Lasers FRIDAY EVENINGS CLUB SERIES Standard Starting Sequence R E G AT TA S OPEN EVENT HandicapCLUB massRACING RACE SERIES start - Start flags sequences. The flag signals let you know where you are in the 5,4,1,Go starting sequence.BThey OAT are H also combined with audible sound signals. I RE GET SAILING Race Officer Boat on Station Yellow Flag Be in the starting area. 5 Minute to Start Flag H Up - Handicap class warning flag. Plan your start. 4 Minute to Start Flag ‘P’ Up (Preparatory flag) Racing rules apply, keep alert to avoid penalties. Burwain RC lasers Can’t get enough of sailing - Why not join Burwain’s 1 Minute to Start Flag ‘P’ Down Final line approach with RC Lasers? speed and room. For all members & non-members - Why not try your skills on a smaller scale with an RC Laser? Racing is fast and furious and GO all from the comfort of dry land. No need to get the wetsuit on!! Flag H Down Be in the front row, maintain line and speed. Race Dates: Sundays throughout the year. Check for dates. Additional Flags Contact: Hugo Chandor Individual Recalls Flag X Up. OD may call you back but onus is on helms to start correctly Flag X is lowered when all boats have Check the website www.burwain.co.uk started correctly (or after 3 min) for more information. General Recall 1st substitute Flag Up - All boats return to restart in 1 minute 5 Minute to Start Flag H Up - 5,4,1,Go start sequence 4 Minute to go Flag P OR Black Flag - Be over OR this time and it’s disqualification
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