I would not mind two half seasons, if we all agree ahead of time what races
count, and do not have a sail off in the CoC to determine the season champ.
Determine the season champ by the combination of all 1st & 2nd half counters,
with each two race days counting as two scores. Have one individual race
throw out each half, if we only have ten or twelve individual races. Maybe the
fleet hands out a first half and second half winners trophies/awards. Send
each half winner to the CoC. If the same boat wins the 1st and 2nd half, send
the first and second place boats for the entire season to the CoC.
As for the Vallejo race, I would prefer sailing with spinnakers, as I would
imagine it could be a long race without them. But, we will race non-spin if
that is the consensus. Maybe sail the Saturday of the Big Daddy Regatta
(3/14) or Saturday of the Wheeler Regatta (3/28) or the Resin Regatta (4/18 &
4/19) or the Saturday of the season closer (9/26) with spinnakers to determine
the spinnaker class winner. Get at least 3 - spinnaker races to make up the
spinnaker racing season.
That's my 2-cents.
Meliki - 5194
In a message dated 2/9/2009 4:50:39 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
michaelkennedy05 at yahoo.com writes:
2 half seasons sound good to me.
Also-in the past couple of years, we had a couple of bouy events at
TI/Clipper Cove. One in the Cove that I messed but looks like lots of fun, and
another just outside where we had a bunch of fleet races, then we and another boat
stayed after and ran a bunch of match races. I know we need permits to put
on a regatta in most parts of the Bay, but maybe not inside Clipper Cove?
Any interest/possibility of an event or 2 like that this year?
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