FLYING SCOT ATLANTIC COAST CHAMPIONSHIP
FLYING SCOT CAPITOL DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP
SEPTEMBER 24 & 25, 2005
Flying Scot Fleet #103 and the Flying Scot Capitol District are pleased to host the 2005 Flying Scot Atlantic Coast Championship and Capitol District Championship.
Sailing will be done on the Piankatank River and Fishing Bay off of the Chesapeake Bay. This regatta is a two-day event with up to five races for Flying Scots.
Debbie Cycotte888 Scoggins Creek Trail
Hartfield, VA 23071 email@example.comH~ (804) 776-7098 (evenings)
Saturday, September 24, 2005Coffee/continental breakfast & Registration 0800-0930Skipper's Meeting 0930Race Committee departs dock 1000Warning signal for First Race 1055Race 1 Start 1100Followed by two more racesNo races started after 1600Followed by refreshmentsFollowed by dinner 1800Sunday, September 25, 2005Coffee/continental breakfast 0730-0900Race Committee departs dock 0900Warning signal for Race 4 0955Race 4 Start 1000Followed by Race 5No races started after 1300Awards presentation and refreshments 1400
This is a FSSA sanctioned regatta that is open to Active, Life, Junior, Club, and Family Members of the FSSA as defined in the Constitution/Bylaws. Dues may be paid at registration. Non-FSSA members will not be scored.
Scoring will be done for overall results. Skipper and crew trophies for the top five boats. The top ranking Capitol District boat will be declared the Capitol District Champion and receive this trophy.
We will have two divisions if we have 30 or more boats. Championship and Challenger Division selection by competitors. Skipper and crew trophies in each division for top five boats.
Please help us plan this regatta better by using the advance on-line registration on the Fishing Bay Yacht Club web-site www.fbyc.net at http://www.fbyc.net/Registration/rememberEvent?event_id=354 Only advance registration will receive discounted regatta fees.On-line registration fee until September 11th -Registration fee - $30.00Dinners - Saturday Night - adult 15.00 per dinnerChildren - 12 and under 10.00 per dinnerOn-line registration fee after September 11th -Registration fee - $40.00Dinners - Saturday Night - adult 18.00 per dinnerChildren - 12 and under 12.00 per dinnerT-shirts will be available for sale at the registration table on Saturday.For those who are unable to do on-line registrations, you may fill out a standard entry form, and mail it, along with your fee and order for dinners to the Event Chair prior to September 11. Mail-in registrations received after September 11, or those made at the door will be subject to the higher prices.
Our fleet members will open their homes to out-of-town visitors. This will be done on a first-come first-serve basis, so make requests early as we have only a limited number available. Contact Debbie Cycotte (firstname.lastname@example.org) For a different list of potential places to stay, check out http://www.fbyc.net/Events/2005/07.09.junior/accommodations.html which is the accomodations web page we put together this past summer for the Junior Olympics.Motels:Dockside Inn - Deltaville 804-776-9225Comfort Inn - Gloucester 1-866-765-9565Pilot House Inn - Topping 804-758-2262Bed & Breakfast:River's Rise - Deltaville 804-776-7521Heaven Scent - Hardyville 804-776-0244Edentide Inn - Deltaville 804-776-6915Woodstock - Hartfield 804-776-9877Campgrounds:Bush Park - near Hartfield 804-77-6750Cross Rip - Deltaville 804-776-9324Camping is also available in the grassy area near the East Bath House on the Yacht Club's property on the Jackson Creek side.Campers are requested to stay within the designated area and to obey all other rules which may be promulgated by the Club concerning camping. No water or electricity is available for RV'S. The Club facilities are available for use.