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    DHF 2017 anyone? 38th edition Sat. March 18! Skippers Meeting OYC March 15th

    DHF 2017 anyone? 38th edition Sat. March 18! Skippers' meeting Wed March 15 at Oakland YC
    Plan on an interesting and enlightening evening at the skipper's meeting.

    Check for more updates and details at http://www.sfbama.org/ click on the DHF ad to go to the 38th DHF page which will be up shortly.

    The NOR will be similar to last years in content, please review 2015 and provide feedback. http://www.sfbama.org/2016/DHF/nr.pdf

    SAS is not required but recommended. Required readings will be in NOR/SI.

    Registration will be on Jibeset https://www.jibeset.net/BAMA000.php?RG=T008102230

    "Have a great race!"
    DHF 2017 38th L38 ad.jpg

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    We have our 1st entry! 2 hrs after the registration opened!

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    Looking at options. http://www.pressure-drop.us/forums/c...s-With-Options

    How does the change of course procedure transpire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IOR Geezer View Post
    Looking at options. http://www.pressure-drop.us/forums/c...s-With-Options

    How does the change of course procedure transpire?
    Thanks for asking. 2 ways.
    Before registration is closed the racer can change it in jibeset on their own. You select the desired course on entry.
    The equipment list, roll call, time limit, turning mark are different for the different courses.
    The waiver says you are going to do what you selected. Racer can update entry including course as necessary.

    On the course, you withdraw from the course you checked in- as you would in DHF in the past. Once that is acknowledged by RC (as DHF in the past) you can then inform RC that you are entering the desired shorter course. Equipment is downward compatible so you already meet the shorter course requirements. RC updates Jibeset real time so CG is up to date.

    From SI
    >
    23. WITHDRAWALS
    Any yacht withdrawing from the race for any reason must
    contact the Race Committee via VHF Channel 16, 71, or via
    telephone 650-394-6343 as soon as possible, and then again
    once on the bay side of the Golden Gate Bridge. If retiring by
    radio, make sure the race committee acknowledges your
    withdrawal. Yachts identified as having started, but not
    finishing or withdrawing will result in phone calls to the skipper
    and crew emergency phone numbers, and then if not found,
    will result in a USCG response. Withdrawing yachts that fail to
    comply with this provision shall be denied entry in next year’s
    race. Once withdrawal is confirmed DHF racers may confirm
    entering the DHWB, DHG7 or DHBL races, a DHWB racer may
    confirm entering the DHG7 or DHBL races, and DHG7 racers
    may confirm entering DHBL race.
    2/3/2017 BAMA DHF / DHWB / DHG7 / DHBL Notice of Race (NOR) and Sailing Instructions (SI) Page 7 of 10
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    When will nap time for RC happen if no mid day break?

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    Sounds like a reasonable idea, given all the variables.

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    I've been turned back by the Potato Patch twice.....

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    So, sorta like the kids soccer league where everyone gets a trophy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartman View Post
    So, sorta like the kids soccer league where everyone gets a trophy?
    No. See SI. Gives people a chance to race back and join those in that race already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K38Bob View Post
    No. See SI. Gives people a chance to race back and join those in that race already.
    Where is the SI?

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