Congratulations to Chris Way from Australia on Easy Tiger for winning the Transworld Regatta with 47 points, with Sergey from Russia in second on 61 points and Rolf Heemskerk from Malaysia a very close third on 62 points. 20 races over 4 days in excellent conditions with winds ranging from 10 to 20 knots. A big thankyou to all competitors especially as all but one team had flown many miles to be there from Russia, Latvia, Estonia, Australia and Malaysia.
Thanks to Ocean Marina Yacht Club for their much appreciated support on and off the water.
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Total
027 -Chris Way -Australia -Team Easy Tiger 10 7 13 17 47 1st
117-Sergey Russia on Stingray 15 6 17 23 61 2nd
154- Rolf Heemskerk -Malaysia -Team Viewpoint 14 19 14 15 62 3rd
116- R Jairods from Latvia on Naiad 17 15 26 15 73 4th
124- Mati Sepp Estonia on The Ferret 31 17 24 24 96 5th
122- Nathan Masopust -Thailand on Le Vent 25 25 35 35 120 6th
118 -Janis Grote Latvia on Nam Prix 32 24 41 44 141 7th
RESULTS DAY One…. 21 Feb 2019
Platu Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 TOTAL.
027 1 1 4 1 3 10
154 2 3 3 2 4 14
116 5 6 1 3 2 17
117 6 2 2 4 1 15
118 8 7 6 6 5 32
124 3 4 8 8 8 31
122 4 5 5 5 6 25
RESULTS DAY 2 22/2/2019
027 3 2 1 1 7
154 4 6 4 5 19
116 5 4 3 3 15
117 1 1 2 2 6
118 7 5 5 7 24
124 2 3 8 4 17
122 6 7 6 6 25
Day 3 23 feb 2019
027 1 2 1 1 4 4 13
154 2 3 3 2 3 1 14
116 4 1 5 5 6 5 26
117 3 5 2 3 2 2 17
118 6 7 6 7 7 8 41
124 8 4 4 4 1 3 24
122 5 6 7 6 5 6 35
Day 4 24/feb/2019
027 3 5 2 1 6 17
154 2 4 1 4 4 15
116 4 3 3 3 2 15
117 6 1 4 2 10 23
118 7 7 8 6 16 44
124 1 2 8 5 8 24
122 5 6 5 7 12 35
NOTICE OF RACE …..amended 22 Dec 2018…(followed by Sailing Instructions).
Platu Transworlds 21-24th February 2019
The racing is organised by the Platu National Class Association in conjunction with Ocean Marina Yacht Club under the auspices of the Yacht Racing Association of Thailand. They will be held in the waters off the Ocean Marina, Na- Jomtien, Thailand.
All enquiries should be addressed to: Mr. Kevin Scott
E-mail: [email protected] Please state “Platu Transworld” as the subject.
Telephone: +66 (0) 878 25 00 11
- The Regatta will be governed by: The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS),
No national prescriptions shall apply.
The Platu 25 Class Rules 2011 as amended by the NCA of Thailand. This Notice of Race and as amended by the Sailing Instructions.
- Between the hours of local sunset and sunrise the International Rules for Preventing Collisions at Sea shall
- The World Sailing Special Regulations Appendix J, Category 5 Special Regulations shall apply to all These shall include, but may not be restricted to the following: yachts must carry a suitable engine and adequate fuel, anchor and towing lines as well as lifejackets for all crew. The participating yachts must adhere to reporting schedules, minimum drinking water requirements, if any. Additional safety rules, if any, will be available from the organizing committee before racing.
- All yachts MUST have a functioning VHF Marine Band Radio, capable of monitoring channels 16 and 72.
- Advertising on a boat or by its crew is permitted in accordance with the ISAF advertising code, formerly known as Category
- The Organizing Committee may require all participating boats to display the event sponsor’s advertising on the first 20% percent of the hull and the first 20% of the mainsail boom plus a sponsor’s flag of maximum size 500 mm x 750 mm on the backstay
- The Sailing Instructions will be available at registration & at www.yachtsinthailand.com / Championship 2019/Transworld section, at least one week before the event.
- ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY
Entry fee will be 8,500 baht per boat plus 2,200 baht party costs per crew member. All fees above include vat.
This is the proposed schedule for the event. However the Organizing Committee reserves the right to amend this schedule, and any other rules, with the Sailing Instructions
008.00 19th February until 09.30 21st February 2019
registration, measurement, weigh in and boat preparation
21st February 2019 RACE DAY 1
09.30 skippers briefing
10.55 warning signal maximum 7 races
The first race will be a practice race without scoring points.
Free beer and snacks straight after racing
22nd February 2019 RACE DAY 2
10.55 first warning signal..maximum 8 races
free beer and snacks straight after racing
23rd February 2019..RACE DAY 3
10.55 first warning signal..maximum 8 races
Free beer and snacks straight after racing
24th February 2019 RACE DAY 4
10.55 first warning signal… maximum 6 races
A race will not be started after 14.30 hours
The final race will be a double points scoring race.
Straight after racing, Free beer and snacks
As soon after 16.00 hrs as possible RESULTS and AWARDS
- The racing area will be in front of the Ocean Marina Pattaya. A description of courses to be used will be issued at registration. The courses will be inshore or coastal windward leewards at the discretion of the organizers. The course(s) will be chosen to take into account the prevailing, or forecasted weather conditions on the day of the race.
- The regatta will be scored as provided in Appendix A of the Racing Rules using the Low Point system. The last race will be a double points scoring race. Three races shall be completed to constitute a series. No drop scores.
- Maximum 22 races.
- CLASS SYSTEM
- The Platu 25 Class Rules 2018 as amended by the Thailand National Class Association shall apply. Both available on www.yachtsinthailand.com
Please note max crew weight is 420 kilos.
- Yachts shall be liable for inspection in accordance with applicable safety and measurement requirements.
- A Jury shall be appointed in accordance with RRS Appendix M.
- Decisions of the jury shall be final as provided in rule 70.5.
- Any number of the jury may be available by video link only.
- Trophies shall be awarded to the first three boats.
- The Organizing Committee, the Race Committee, the Regatta sponsors and their representatives, officers, members and volunteers accept no liability whatsoever for any loss of life, property, personal injury, or damage caused by or arising out of the Regatta. Participants compete entirely at their own risk.
- The Yacht Racing Association of Thailand hereby prescribes that, advertising is allowed pursuant to the ISAF Advertising Code, formerly known as Category C. However, prior approval of the Organizing Committee of the Regattas shall be required for any advertising in addition to that permitted by ISAF.
- Without limitation, the Organizing Committee is expected to disapprove any advertising it deems in conflict with Thai laws or customs and may disapprove advertising in conflict with the products of event sponsors.
CHARTER BOATS are available. They are in limited supply and can be reserved by sending a non refundable deposit of 10,000 baht at any time. Balance of payment is required at least 40 days before the regatta.
SAILING INSTRUCTIONS TRANSWORLD REGATTA 21/24th February 2019 page 1 of 2
Final as at 4 FEB 2019
the first round of 3 for the “YachtsinThailand.com” , One Design, Platu, Championship of Thailand 2019
The racing is organized by the Ocean Marina Yacht Club under the auspices of the Yacht Racing Association of Thailand. It will be held in the waters off the Ocean Marina, Na-Jomtien.
1.1 The Regattas will be governed by:
The Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-2020 (RRS),
The Platu Class Rules 2018 as amended by the Thailand National Class Association ,
2.1 All boats shall be identified by their Hull number of three digits, on the bow and minimum 30cms high .
- NOTICES TO COMPETITORS
Notices to competitors will be posted on the official Notice Board in the window of the Marina Office.
- CHANGES IN SAILING INSTRUCTIONS
4.1. Any change to the Sailing Instructions will be posted by 20:00 hours on the day before it will take effect, including any change to the schedule of races.
4.2. late changes to the sailing instructions may be made on ch 72 prior to the warning signal .Using flag L from C Boat means ‘follow me’ or listen to the radio
- SIGNALS MADE ASHORE
5.1 Signals made ashore will be displayed on a flag mast at Ocean Marina Yacht Club at the entrance to the quays.
5.2 When Flag AP is displayed ashore, “one minute” is replaced with “not less than 60 minutes”.
- SCHEDULE OF RACES
6.1 Thurs. 21st Feb. 2019 Race day 1 a maximum of 8 races. First Warning signal 11.:00 hrs The first race will be a practise race.
6.2 Fri. 22nd Feb 2019 Race day 2 a maximum of 8 races. First warning signal 11.00 hrs
6.3 Sat. 23rd Feb 2019 Race day 3 a maximum of 8 races. First warning signal 11.00 hrs
6.4 Sun. 24th Feb 2019 Race day 4 a maximum of 6 races. First warning signal 11.00 hrs
Last race of the event will be double points.
- CLASS FLAGS
7.1. The class flag will be: Blue P on white
- RACING AREAS
8.1. The racing area will be offshore from Ocean Marina.
9.1 WINDWARD-LEEWARD COURSES – These courses, formed by three marks, will be as shown in the diagrams/course descriptions as outlined in Attachment 1, below. The windward mark shall be rounded to port. The two leeward marks 2 and 3 will constitute a gate. Go through the gate and leave 2 to starboard or 3 to port.
10.1 The marks of the course will be
Windward Mk – Yellow cube (change Mk- Yellow cylinder), leeward gate-2 yellow cubes-
10.2 The start pin will be an orange round buoy and the finish pin a white round buoy.
- THE START
11.1 When a second, and subsequent races are to be started on the same day the warning signal to start will be preceded by the display of a postponement signal for at least 5 minutes. This instruction will not apply after a general recall or abandonment.
11.3 The starting line will be between a staff displaying an orange flag on the Starting Boat at the starboard end and the port end starting mark.
11.4 A boat starting later than four minutes after her starting signal will be scored Did Not Start. This changes rule RRS A 4.1.
- 12. CHANGE OF THE NEXT LEG OF THE COURSE
To change the next leg of the course, the race committee will lay a new windward mark and remove the original mark as soon as practicable. The change will be signalled before the leading boat has begun the leg, although the new mark may not yet be in position. Any mark to be rounded after rounding the new mark may be relocated without further signalling to maintain the course configuration. When in a subsequent change a new mark is replaced, it will be replaced by an original mark. The replacement windward mark will be a yellow cylinder.
- THE FINISH
13.1. The finishing line will be between the staff displaying a blue flag on the Finishing Vessel at the Starboard end and the white pin end finishing mark.
14 PENALTY SYSTEM
14.1 The provisions of RRS 44.1 and 44.2 shall not apply and a penalty will be one turn, inc. one tack and one gybe.
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14.2 Unless otherwise prescribed in these Sailing Instructions, for infringements of the RRS, other than RRS PART 2 “WHEN BOATS MEET ” the Jury may award a penalty of less than disqualification.
- TIME LIMIT
15.1 The time limit for the windward/leeward courses shall be 1 hour or 20 minutes after the first boat finishes.
- PROTESTS and REQUESTS for REDRESS
16.1 Protest forms are available from the race office. Protests and Requests for Redress shall be delivered there within the protest time limit.
16.2 The protest time limit is 90 minutes after the last boat in the class has finished the last race of the day.
16.3 Notices will be given within 30 minutes of the protest time limit to inform competitors of hearings in which they are parties or named as witnesses.
16.4 Requests for redress or reopening of a hearing will only be accepted up to 30 minutes after close of protest time on the final day of racing.
16.6 There will be No Request For Redress against OCS decisions. This alters RRS 62.1(a).
17 For the Yachts in Thailand, One Design, Platu Championship 2019, yachts shall be scored based on their team name. Change of skipper and or boat during the series will be allowed, subject to the approval of the organizing committee.
- RADIO COMMUNICATION
18.1 A yacht shall neither make radio transmissions whilst racing nor receive radio communications, not available to all boats except as described in SI, 18.3
18.2 A yacht retiring from a race must at the earliest opportunity notify the Race Committee of this by hail, message, VHF on Channel 72 or cellular phone on the number 08 78 25 00 11 .
18.3 Any radio communications by the Race committee, any naming or misnaming of boats &/or their numbers, colours, designs, logos, or shapes cannot be used as evidence in any redress hearing.
This changes RRS 62.1 (a).
- SHORTENING COURSE
19.1 In case of shortened course, the finish line will be between a staff displaying shorten course flag S and the nearby rounding mark.
20 . PRIZES
20 .1. Prizes will be awarded for the first three yachts, overall.
20.2. Other prizes may be awarded .
(Reference Sailing Instructions Paragraph 9.1)
o———- CB ————o
Course 1 will be START-mk 1-FINISH
Course 2 will be START-mk 1-GATE 2/3-mk 1-FINISH
Course 3 will be START-mk 1-GATE 2/3-mk 1-GATE 2/3-mk 1-FINISH
Mark 1 (windward mark) – rounded to port, Through Gate 2/3 – leave either 2 to starboard or 3 to port.
CB …………….start/finish boat
skippers briefing …for the TRANSWORLD regatta, 09.30 21st Feb 2019
on the lawn outside the sailors bar OMYC.