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2017 Club Races

In 2017 there will be 7 Sunday Sailing Races beginning on July 2nd and concluding on August 27th. Skippers Meeting is at 12:30 pm, the Warning Gun at 1:00 pm (1300).

Volunteers are always needed including anyone with a boat to patrol. If you can help out, please contact Vice Commodore Peter Schwartz.
 


 
43rd Annual Sanderling Race

The 43rd Annual Sanderling Regatta will be held on Saturday July 29th. Sailors are welcomed to compete for the Commodore's Cup. Registration and light lunch will be held at 11:30 followed by a skippers meeting at 12:30. Volunteers are need for patrolling. Please contact Steve Foster or Peter Schwartz if you can assist.

Glenn Zimmerman, winner of the 2015 Sanderling Regatta, recieves the
Commodore's Cup from pro Steve Foster as his crew Bob Reago and
Second and Third Place Skippers Bob Adams and Charles Barclay watch


2017 NBYC Sunday Series

2017 Sunday Series Sailing Instructions - Printable Version (PDF version)

  1. The series will consist of 7 races. The scheduled dates are July 2nd, July 9th, July 16th, July 23rd, August 6th, August 20th and August 27th. Sunday racing will once again be hosted starting on July 2nd (see calendar for all dates). All adult and junior sailors are welcomed to participate. Skipper's meeting starts at 12:30. This season will be the second season of the "Mid-Bay" Series, in which the Sunday afternoon adult sailors join with Lavallette and Shore Acres Yacht Clubs for reciprocal sailing dates. Please contact Vice Commodore Peter Schwartz for more details.A boat must sail in at least 5 of the scheduled races in order to qualify for end of season awards. If 6 or 7 races are sailed, the 5 best finishes will be scored. If 5 or fewer races are sailed, all races will be scored. Registration for the season is $40; single day $10 per boat.
  2. Races will be scored in accordance with the 2013-2016 Racing Rules of Sailing, Appendix A.
  3. Auxiliaries will be scored under the PHRF handicap formula.  All Auxiliaries should present a new or renewed PHRF certificate for the 2016 season.
  4. Sanderlings and Sandpipers will sail together and will be scored using the Portsmouth handicap formula.
  5. No race shall be considered official unless at least 2 boats of each class come to the starting line.
  6. Boats failing to finish within 30 minutes after the first boat in its class finishes will be scored DNF.
  7. Radios may be used to report Did Not Start, Did Not Finish, Retiring from Race or any other emergency.
  8. The races will be abandoned when the wind speeds exceeds 15MPH for Sanderlings and Sandpipers; 18MPH for Auxiliaries.
  9. Skipper on Club 420’s, a team boat, must remain the same throughout the series.  All Club 420s must comply with the Jr BBYRA safety requirements.
  10. All decisions will be made by the Race Committee and will be considered official and final.
  11. All Skippers are required to check in with the Registration Desk each Sunday, including all Junior Sailors.
  12. Weekly awards will be made as follows:
     
    Adults

    Auxiliaries:

    • 2 boats competing – 1st Place Flag and Rooster
    • 3 boats competing – 1st and 2nd Place Flags
    • 4 or more boats competing – 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Flags

    Sanderlings and Sandpipers
    A Rooster and 1st place pennant will be awarded to the winner of the combined race.  Depending upon the number of boats in each class pennants will be awarded as follows:

    • 2 boats in the class – the 1st place boat will receive a 1st place pennant
    • 3 boats in the class – a 1st and 2nd place pennant will be awarded
    • 4 or more boats in the class – 1st, 2nd and 3rd place pennants will be awarded
  13.  
    Juniors
    • 2 boats competing – 1st and 2nd Place Flags
    • 3 or more boats competing – 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Flags
  14. Season Ending Awards will be made as following:
     
    Adults
    • 2 Qualifiers 1st place award
    • 3 Qualifiers 1st and 2nd place awards
    • 4 or more Qualifiers 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards
     
    Juniors
    • 2 Qualifiers 1st and 2nd place awards
    • 3 or more Qualifiers 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards

 
Normandy Beach Yacht Club
JUNIOR SAILING 2017

Laser Sailing Welcome to Junior Sailing 2017! Our program begins on Monday, June 26th and continues for eight weeks, concluding on Thursday, August 17th.

Our Head Instructor, Kate Wagner, and the Jr. Sailing Coordinator met with a special junior sailing program consultant over the last few weeks, developing a more innovative curriculum that will provide incentives to sharpen sailing skills and promote competitive sportsmanship and lifelong friendships!

We are bringing back our Wednesday, Mid-Week Racing Series! All Intermediate and Advanced Junior sailors may participate in these full-day races. 10 AM to 3 PM. Lunch will be available for purchase at NBYC on those occasions. We have plans for some great Fun Days to break up the curriculum, as well!

We would like to open up the yacht club for a few Junior Nites! However, we need parents and kids to take the lead on these events. These do not have to be "sailing-oriented." Suggestions include an Open Grill Night or Pizza Party for the Jr. Sailors and their friends, or maybe a Crabbing Competition off the dock! *Our instructors are employed to coach the junior sailors during the day, so parent supervision will be needed for these evening events.

Kate Wagner is returning as Head Coach for a third summer and is extremely excited about the season! She grew up sailing at Mantoloking Yacht Club and has always had a passion for it. Kate looks forward to implementing more creative ways of coaching that will be fun as well as instructive. She is going to be a senior at The Pennsylvania State University in the fall, majoring in Sociology with a double minor in Labor and Employment Relations, as well as Rehabilitation and Human Services.

Cameron Cranley also returns to NBYC this season! As an alumnus of the junior sailing programs at NBYC and Manasquan River Yacht Club, she has become a creative and integral part of our coaching team. Cameron is currently attending Lafayette College, where she is majoring in Chemical Engineering and International Studies and rows competitively as a member of the Lafayette Crew Team!

Jack Miller, will be a new addition to our team of instructors. He, too, graduated from the Mantoloking Yacht Club Jr. Sailing Program, has sailed Opti's and Club 420's competitively and participated in the Duck Boat World Cup for the last 8 years! He is currently the Captain of the Varsity Wrestling Team at Westfield High School and will wrestle at the University of Virginia, majoring in business in the upcoming fall. Jack is not only very active in athletics, but teen and community volunteerism, as well. We look forward to having him on board!

All instructors have US Sailing, First Aid and Red Cross/AED Certification.

*A mandatory Parent/Sailor/Instructor Meeting will be held sometime before the start of Program. This will be an informative meeting where the instructors will further explain the new curriculum, race calendar, and regatta registration & protocol. Parents will also be informed as to how best communicate with the instructors through the use of the internet and cell phone app's.

*Private lessons are available with an individual instructor upon request.

*Club Opti's may be available for rental for the Intermediate/Advanced Clinics. However, we encourage the purchase of sailboats for sailors who have participated in the Jr. Sailing Program for more than 1 year. The Junior BBYRA 2017 schedule of regattas and interclubs can be found at www.bbyra.org. These events are an integral part of instruction for the Intermediate and Advanced students and provide an opportunity to competitively race against sailors of similar proficiency from other yacht clubs. Registration information for these events is usually posted on the Jr. Sailing Calendar at the BBYRA website. We also encourage our intermediate and advanced sailors to compete in the Saturday, BBYRA Race Series.

NBYC Sunday Afternoon Race Series is another opportunity for junior sailors to practice technique, teamwork and sportsmanship. Refreshments are served at an informal awards ceremony following the races. Bring your family and friends and join in the fun!

Here's to another wonderful summer of fair weather, gentle breezes and great sailing!

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

Please contact Linda Graham, Jr. Sailing Coordinator, for Fee Schedule and Registration Form:

Linda B. Graham, NBYC Jr. Sailing Coordinator
P.O. Box 521
Normandy Beach, N.J. 08739

Telephone: (732) 793-7403 
Email Linda Graham

 

 
 
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