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    37th DHF 2016 Sat. March 26 ! - Skippers' meeting Wed March 23rd OYC

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    DHF 2016 anyone? 37th edition Sat. March 26! Skippers' meeting Wed March 23rd 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 37th 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/2015/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=T005152660

    "Have a great race!"

    __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ________

    On a personal note, it is very sad to report that our good friend and long term BAMA member and officer Randy Devol has crossed the bar. It's hard to believe he's gone.

    Randall Putnam Devol (Randy)
    June 2, 1957 – Nov. 22, 2015
    Resident of Mountain View
    Randy passed away peacefully on 11/22/15 at El Camino Hospital. Randy is survived by his beloved wife, Sandy of 21 years; daughter Nicole Devol; Mother, Shirley Devol; sister Sharon Devol, stepsons Samuel (Maria) Nicol, and Jacob (Alexis) Nicol; step granddaughter, Marley Nicol and step grandson, Sammy Nicol.

    Randy is the "behind the scenes" man with many hats. He has served as Race Coordinator and Co/Chairman for BAMA and has run the Double Handed Farallones Race for approximately 14 years. Randy has raced the Hobie Cat Trifoiler, Blade Runner, the F-24 Mk I, Joint Venture and the F-31, Joint Venture.
    http://www.sfbama.org/ and under members see Joint Venture. http://www.sfbama.org/members/JointVenture/index.html

    The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, 230 East Ohio Street, Suite 304, Chicago, IL 60611.
    http://pulmonaryfibrosis.donorpages....e/RandallDevol

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    Quote Originally Posted by K38Bob View Post
    and we have our 1st entry!

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    Need Crew?

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    Thanks Sally and company for the Silver Lining

    From NCORC friends specifically OYRA Andy:
    Hi all,

    Sally Honey along with many folks that moderate Safety at Sea seminars put together a great textbook for safety at sea.

    Safety at Sea Core Topics Handbook

    It started as a US Sailing project but US Sailing went off in the direction of videos so Sally finished it on her own with the help of many folks she lists in the credits.

    Sally is allowing us to use it freely, but asks that anyone who prints a copy donate $5 to US Sailing to help support future projects of this nature.

    Enjoy.

    Andy
    http://honeynav.com/SAS%20book/Safet...Handbook15.pdf

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    Did Cupid leave that sweet early discount open an extra day?
    http://www.latitude38.com/lectronic/...6-02-05#Story3

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    13 entries so far, best in years at this time
    Early registration discount until 3-20-16
    SAS not required but recommended. See NOR/SI for required readings for skipper and crew.
    http://www.sfbama.org/2016/DHF/index.html
    cheers!

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    16 now. Looks like the CAL 40s are trying for their own start

    Quote Originally Posted by K38Bob View Post
    13 entries so far, best in years at this time
    Early registration discount until 3-20-16
    SAS not required but recommended. See NOR/SI for required readings for skipper and crew.
    http://www.sfbama.org/2016/DHF/index.html
    cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by K38Bob View Post
    16 now. Looks like the CAL 40s are trying for their own start
    Great! Is there anyone else who'd like to chip in with me and help sponsor another Cal 40 so they'll enter and form an "Old Timer 40" Division? Pat the WyleGuy

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    A good weekend to check your boat versus equipment requirements and to complete any outstanding educational requirements.

    Here is the text list of items for BAMA's 37th DHF 2016 education (skipper and crew)- see Pg 4 NOR/SI for links http://www.sfbama.org/2016/DHF/index.html

    VENUE AND EQUIPMENT EDUCATION
    This race has a history of inclement weather and this venue has seen more than its share of sailing fatalities. Safety at Sea Seminars are valuable to gain basic knowledge and are recommended. All racers are required to have read the following since January 2014.

    DHF 2016
    1. Hypothermia
    a. Read USCG Cold Water Facts (link)
    b. Read "Crew rescued"
    c. Watch "Crew rescued"
    d. Read "ASA Actions to help a hypothermic-sailor"
    2. Read at least pages 35 through 55 (Appendix D and E) of the US Sailing Independent Review Panel report on 2012 Fully Crewed Farallones race. That report can be found here on the BAMA web site.
    3. Watch at least Chapters 1-4 of the BoatUS “Radio Communication for the Recreational Mariner”

    DHF 2015
    1. At least pages 1 through 23 of the US Sailing Independent Review Panel report on 2013 Islands Race. That report can be found here on BAMA web site (link).
    2. PFD selection guides.
    a. USCG (link)
    b. PFDMA (link)
    3. Rudder loss a. 1992 DHF Rudder Loss by Joe Siudzinski, 5/8/99 (link) b. 1993 SHF - Lose a Rudder at the Farallones? No Problem! by Joe Siudzinski, 4/11/93 (link)
    4. DSC Calling: Who’s Gonna Answer? (link)

    DHF 2014
    1. At least pages 1 through 17 of the US Sailing Independent Review Panel report on 2012 Fully Crewed Farallones race. That report can be found here on the BAMA web site.
    2. Rescue of the crew of “Pterodactyl”
    3. Rescue of the crew of “Heat Wave”
    4. USCG “Rescue 21: Digital Selective Calling”
    5. Watch at least Chapters 5-7 of the BoatUS “Radio Communication for the Recreational Mariner”
    6. USCG instructions for “How to obtain an MMSI number”

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