Saturday 22 April 2017 1. RULES 1.1 The race will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-2020. 2. NOTICES TO COMPETITORS 2.1 Notices to competitors will be posted on the notice board located at the ABYC Clubhouse. 3. CHANGES TO SAILING INSTRUCTIONS 3.1 Any change to the sailing instructions will be posted before the Skippers Meeting at 09h00. 4. RACE REQUIREMENTS 4.1 Valid COFs required. 4.2 Familiarization of Chart SAN 1024. Boat Nav-instruments (depth) will be a big asset. 5. THE COURSE 5.1 The course is: Harbour Start ? Cape . . .
NOTICE OF RACE & SAILING INSTRUCTIONS NOORDHOEK RACE SUNDAY 22 MAY 2016 1. RULES 1.1 The race will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing 2013-2016. 2. NOTICES TO COMPETITORS 2.1 Notices to competitors will be posted on the official notice board located at the ABYC Clubhouse. 3. CHANGES TO SAILING INSTRUCTIONS 3.1 Any change to the sailing instructions will be posted before 09h00 on the day it will take effect, or otherwise conveyed at the Skippers Meeting at 09h00. Any postponement due to weather, to Sunday 29 May, will be announced at the . . .
Sunday's Race of Cardinals provided some lively sailing with a good varied turnout of yachts. Thank you to Ronnie Baer for taking the finishing times. Provisional results: Warrior, Simonis 63: Phil Gutsche - 2:27:38 (3:08:58 Corrected) Wallbanger, Simonis 35: John Tudehope - 3:16:53 (3:15:54 Corrected) Tikkalox II, Miura: Rob Smith - 3:39:39 (3:17:28 Corrected) Malgas, L34: Mike Cullum - 3:34:33 (3:21:15 Corrected) New Wave, Miura: Stephen Lear - 3:57:15 (3:28:47 Corrected) Fling, Sadler 26: Morgan Griffiths - 4:26:32 (3:33:14 Corrected) Inyoni, Miura, Anthony Rogers - DNF . . .
Join us for a sail out of the Bay this Sunday, around Cape Recife lighthouse to Noordhoek, and back again. The Noordhoek Skiboat Club has kindly offered to lay the turning mark (set in >10m of water at approximately 34°2'42''S 25°38'45''E). Skippers at 09h00, start at 09h30. Click here for NOR: Noordhoek Notice of Race 2015. Contact: Morgan @ 072 4175793 Up-coming Events: Doubled-handed around St Croix - Sunday 7 June Legends of the Bay - 16 June (Youth Day- provisional) Closing Season Sail Past - Saturday 20 June Annual Prize-giving - Saturday 20 June . . .
The start of the Noordhoek Race at 10:00 am on Sunday 18 May 2014, saw 4 boats jockeying for position on the start line off the Shark Rock Pier. With light north wind the fleet had spinnakers up early and flying to the turn mark off Noordhoek Ski-boat Club (again thanks to their assistance). A pleasant beat back to Cape Receife for the homeward stretch, where the fleet were becalmed for a considerable time before the wind started to fill in from the east. Again the spinnakers made for a glorious run to the finish off Hobie Beach's Shark Rock Pier where a large raucous crowd cheered the . . .
19 May 2013 - another perfect winter's day and, true to the axiom that Port Elizabeth only has wind in every month with an R in it, the fleet started in none to one knot of wind. Some boats took all of ninety minutes to clear the harbour mouth and another thirty to clear the harbour wall before finally reaching the breeze just in line with Cape Reciefe. From there it was a broad reach and then a short downwind leg to the Noordhoek buouy kindly laid by Morven Maclean followed by an agonising series of tack to beat past Cape Recife and back to the harbour. Final Results: Tikalox II, . . .
Overall results from the Race of Cardinals sailed on 2 December 2012. This race was sailed in place of the Noordhoek race owing to the poor sea state west of Cape Receife. Sailed: 1, Discards: 0, To count: 1, Ratings: TCF, Entries: 6, Scoring system: Appendix A Rank Fleet Boat Class SailNo Club HelmName CrewName TCF R1 Total Nett 1st Adamo Stadt 34 Steve Arnold 0.932 1.0 1.0 1.0 2nd Tikalox II Muira Rob Smith 0.89 2.0 2.0 2.0 3rd Sewen RCOD Hennie Haasbroek 0.89 3.0 3.0 3.0 4th Watoo Astove . . .
Date: Sunday 2 December 2012 Skippers: 09h00 Start not before 09h30 Anticipated conditions: After 5 days of non-stop E ESE with Saturday expected to be a blast, sea state on Sunday could be interesting (take pill). Wind will be "shifty" light to moderate NE backing to SSW as day progresses. Rain is forecaste so don't forget the brollies. Tactics will be the order of the day, familiarization of Chart SAN 1024 is advisable. Boat Nav-instruments (depth) will be a big asset. Have a great sailing weekend. . . .