2018 National Championships NOR
Nathan Bayreuther - 5/25/2018
The Notice of Race (NOR) for the 2018 Mariner National Championships has now been posted! Thanks to Roger Knight for getting it all together.
The 2018 Mariner Nationals is open to all owners of Mariners who have paid their 2018 Mariner Class Association dues by September 14, 2018
and who are otherwise qualified by applicable rules. Former Class Association members who have not paid 2018 dues are urged to do so promptly by remitting payment to the Class Association's Secretary/Treasurer or by simply renewing your membership here on the website. (Contact Dan Meaney
, VP Communications if you need help.)
Entries will only be accepted by the Narrasketuck Yacht Club's Mariner Nationals Regatta Committee. To enter the regatta an Official Entry Form must be completed.
(See paragraph 21 in the NOR for The Official Entry Form.) The regatta entry fee is $160.00 per boat
(includes all for skipper and one crew) and the Regatta Registration Manager must receive entry forms with the appropriate fee by 2000 hours Friday, August 31, 2018.
Note: The Association wants to encourage the participation of first time entrants. The first 5 entries received from Skippers attending the Mariner Nationals for the first time will receive a $60 reduction in the fee,
which will be returned to you at the Regatta.
Entries received after Friday, August 31st shall incur a late fee of $40.00. No entry will be accepted after 0900 Saturday, September 15, 2018. The entry fee is not refundable.
For information or questions, contact Regatta Chairman Roger Knight at (516) 804-9905 or by e-mail
We hope you'll participate!
CLICK HERE FOR THE NOTICE OF RACE!
Rendezvous Wait List Now Active
Nathan Bayreuther - 5/22/2018
Well, that was fast! In just five days, registration is now full
for the 2018 Rendezvous. Eleven boats and eighteen sailors will be taking part in the event with members coming from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. A great turn-out!
In past years, we have had one or two last-minute cancellations due to unforeseen circumstances, and because of that, an informal "wait list" is now active on the forums. If you missed out on the initial registration but would like to be considered should a space open up, simply navigate to the Cruising forum and click on "2018 Rendezvous Wait List," then write a quick note. Don't forget to include your contact information! If a space does become available, I'll get in touch with you personally so we can work out payment. (I'll obviously go in order depending on who signs up first, then second, etc.)
I'm excited to have so many boats and sailors participate!
CLICK HERE FOR THE WAIT LIST
CLICK HERE FOR THE ITINERARY
CLICK HERE FOR THE RENDEZVOUS DETAILS
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