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November 11th & 12th

Please consider attending the social events at the OIYC on West Sound the evenings of the 10th and/or 12th.

Event News

Reflections
What a great weekend for racing with plenty of wind to get the entire fleet around the full course legs. The forecast rain for the most part left us alone. We loved the time together with our crew in Roche Harbor Saturday night and visiting with other boats on the docks. There was one of the strangest finishes Saturday night out side of Roche that I remember. Challenging and memorable apply. Super fun weekend. Thanks go to Charley Rathkopf for running the starts like clock work and for getting the results posted in a timely fashion — with the help on dozens of volunteers from the Orcas Island Yacht Club and the Friday Harbor Sailing Clubs.

Youth Sailing Challenge
Wild Rumpus takes the prise for the biggest fund raising boat for promoting the next generation of sailors. Stephanie has generous friends with $2131 given to youth sailing clubs in the PNW. All totaled $9663 was donated to area clubs. Excellent work sailors!

Amendment
The SI's got an amendment at 6:PM today. Look at the SIs menu tab.

Sailish.com — Kurt Hoehne's Blog:
Our RTC Youth Sailing Challenge got a nice review on Kurt Hoehne's Salish.com blog. Also Take a minute and have a look. Also, Bruce Hedrick is going to come up with delivery and race weather outlooks for the RTC. Link Here

Friday and Sunday night at the OIYC Information about facilities and activities on Orcas Island & West Sound: More Info

The Plan at Roche Harbor: Saturday night you may tie up anywhere on “G” dock, please leave space on the outside for the multihulls, and the big boats. Alternatively, the old guest dock to the east has some slips. You may call in on VHF 78, if you need assistance. More Info

Notice of Race:
The NOR has been updated on 10/13/2017 affecting the safety equipment requirements for the race. The PIYA revision previously sited became obsolete.

Start times:
All boats must check in with the race committee by 0820 hours before the start of each day’s racing. The first warning is scheduled for 0835.

RTC Youth Sailing Challenge:
Here is an opportunity for you to help support one of the many youth sailing organizations in the PNW. If you're a skipper it is likely that you've recruited crew for your boat who have learned to sail through one of these organization. To help the sport please consider giving now to one of these fine organization. At least look through these and see what's out there.

Challenge Details         Donation Form

The 30th running of the RTC Race will be counter clock wise.

2016 Glory Report 48 North
Jan Pix 2016 Photos
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