OCEAN RACING CLUB OF VICTORIA NOTICE TO COMPETITORS

2017 WINTER SERIES CHANGES TO RACE DOCUMENTS

1. Racing Division

Paragraphs 1.2 of the Notice of Race and 3.1 of the Sailing Instructions are amended as follows:

  • The first Warning Signal for the racing on day 4, August 13th will be at 1025.
  • The first Warning Signal for racing on day 5, August 27th will be at 0925.

2. Cruising Division

Paragraph 3.1 of the Sailing Instructions is amended as follows:

  • The first Warning Signal for racing on day 3, August 27th will be at 0935. (that is, there is no racing on August 13th)

 

ORCV Sailing Committee 9 th August, 2017 

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