Spring is coming, folks! If you haven't already, get your boat prep checklists created!
There will be a mandatory Skipper's meeting (via Zoom) on 3 April, 1000-1200L. This meeting will kick off the 2021 season and provide important details (and changes!) to our upcoming races. Emails with details will be sent out in mid March.
If you are an experienced skipper/crew member whose boat won't be in the water on opening day and would like to crew on an interested new member's boat, please contact Don Snelgrove or Chris Drury and we'll try to set you up!
See some recent photos taken by SpinSheet of a Wednesday evening race. Thanks for coordinating the photographer, Pegasus!
The presentation used at the Skipper's meeting held on 23 May 2020 is below.
If you are unable to perform RC duties on the date scheduled, it is your responsibility to find another crew to swap out with. Please notifiy Don Snelgrove or Chris Druryt with any RC swaps and we will gladly update the posted schedule on the website.
Many of our members have begun to use the RaceQs smartphone application to track their race. It's free, simple to use, and allows for all particpants to view a fully integrated race picture after the race. It is a great learning tool and we have received absolutely great feedback on its capabilities. On the Race Events tab to the right of each completed race, you can click on a RaceQs replay of each race in addition to being able to click on the results. RaceQs can be downloaded for free for both Apple and Android smartphones. To see a video on how RaceQs works, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfgAojXuEiA
If you can't see the results on the Race Events tab, please create a username on the LogIn page and you will be able to see Race Events and results by next day.
Videos of many of our Round Bay races, courtesy of Bob Garrant, are located at:
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