Sat, Jun 08 | Lake Quivira

Pete Peterson Race Series - Race 1

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Pete Peterson Race Series - Race 1

Time & Location

Jun 08, 2019, 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Lake Quivira, 26VH+XW Lake Quivira, Shawnee Mission, KS

About the Event

A. LOCATION:

To be held at Lake Quivira, Kansas; hosted by Lake Quivira Yacht Club

B. EVENT SCHEDULE on Saturday, June 8th:

8:00 to 9:30 AM: Registration; coffee provided

9:00 to 10:00 AM: Yacht assignments (by lottery) and launching with our help

10:15 AM: Skippers’ Meeting; quick lesson (test administrated on water!)

10:30 AM (approx.): First practice start; immediately followed by Race #1

12:00 PM: Lunch (BYOB and own food; grills and fuel are available)

1:15 PM: Race #2 with Races #2, #3 and #4 following (back to back)

4:30 to 5:00: Trailer yachts (help provided); enjoy everyone’s company!

5:30 +/-: Happy hour; trophy presentations

6:00 PM (approx.): Relax; dinner (BYO; again, grills are available); stick around!

C. MISCELLANEOUS:

-The Pete Peterson Series participants will be judged among themselves with

race finishes averaged.

-Another average of race finishes for all participants (including Pete Peterson

racers) will be recognized with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies.

-Each participant will bring his/her own sails and life jackets. LQYC provides the

yachts with rudders, tillers, bailers, painters, etc. A life jacket must be on board for

each sailor.

-Ice and coolers will be available at the LQYC marina for everyone’s use throughout

the day.

-Shelter, restrooms, sandy beach, wind and sun will be provided (bring the family!)

-Racing participant names will be needed prior to day of race. Please call (913-

927-4475) or email (csegebrecht@kc.rr.com). These will be provided to the Quivira

main entrance gate. Please provide names of anyone else coming in other vehicles.

D. RULES:

-The current edition of RRS including US Sailing prescriptions and the S-16 Class

Rules and as amended in these Sailing Instructions.

-Main and Jib class only. Novices are strongly encouraged to come, get experience,

ask questions – the event is intended to be educational and very friendly!

-Code flag signals will be displayed from the RC boat along with electronic horn

signals from RC boat.

-Race courses will be defined on a dry-write board displayed on port side of RC boat

with lap count and whether starting line is open or closed.

-Each participant will receive a cheat-sheet with all race layouts and their associated

description label e.g “T” or “W”.

-Buoys will consist of large yellow floats (up to four) with large orange floats as

needed.

See You on The Water!

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