BRYC JBBS Regatta - August 3, 2018
Sailing Instructions

 
Position / Boat Playstation Cush
Crews
Skipper Jack Crager Corinne Wiklow
Bow Ben Kasper Jackson Longley
Main Sheet Declan O'Donnell Margaret Telling
Trimmer #1 Justin Voytas Sydney de Lannoy
Trimmer #2    Michaela O'Donnell      Madelyn Monahan  
Mast / Sewer Charlie Waghorne Alexa Cimino
Pit Brennan Black Julian Richtarich

Results

Everyone did an excellent job in the regatta.  The wind conditions and results were not where we had hoped, but everyone was focused and we improved with each race.
The last two races, Playstation was the first boat off the line and in the last race, Cush was mid-fleet and finished two seconds behind Ishkoodah (a boat that should beat us by minutes). The participation in the regatta and in this year’s big boat program overall has been fantastic.
Here’s to continued Big Boat Sailing in the future!

 
Welcome to Junior Big Boat Sailing 2018
 
The Junior Big Boat Sailing (JBBS) season is fast approaching. It will be an exciting year with new sailors and returning sailors. The program is different this year so please review this document and all emails carefully.
 
 
JBBS Racing – For Novice and Experienced Sailors
 
JBBS is an opportunity to learn boat handling, sail trim and navigation. Sailors will participate in the Wednesday night club series races, starting on 6/24.  Sailors may have the opportunity to race in the Dorade Regatta, the overnight Beach Point Regatta, and BRYC PHRF JBBS Regatta. Participation by a sailor in regattas will be dependent on the sailor’s attendance in practices, individual sailing skills, sailing experience, overall attitude and parent volunteerism.  Sailors who want to race in these regattas are required to take the one day Safety at Sea Program, held at Larchmont Yacht Club, and the successfully completion of the on-line Seamanship Test and the Navigation Program, offered at Black Rock. Also available to members of this group is the opportunity to take the JSA Navigation Test given at Riverside Yacht Club. The results of this test are potential recognition and awards by the JSA and BRYC.  BRYC member Tom Black has volunteered to teach the navigation class. We are extremely fortunate to have such an experienced person available to help out. Navigation skills are something you’ll be very happy to have when you are out sailing and the power dies and your GPS goes dark. They will also help you ace your geometry class!
 
Parents – We need you to volunteer to bring bottles of water for practices, car-pool sailors to each event and for ad hoc requests.  Your help is very much appreciated and is critical to the success of the JBBS program.
 
 
Key Dates (Not all sailors will participate in all regattas.  See above criteria)

 
Date                           Time                             Event
*6/30,7/6,13,20,27    6:30 pm                         Monday Navigation classes
                              *7:15 pm on Tues 6/30
6/24 – 7/29              5:45 pm                            Wednesday Night Club Series Races
6/30                           5:45 pm                            Thursday Sailing Practice
7/17                            Time TBD                         Safety at Sea Program – Larchmont
7/20                           Time TBD                         Navigation/Seamanship Test -Riverside YC
8/3                             all day                                BRYC JBBS PHRF Regatta
8/10                           all day                                Dorade Trophy Regatta -Stamford
8/11-12                      Tues am-Wed am            Beach Point Overnight Regatta
**8/XX                     10 am                                 JBBS Sail-Away to Port Jefferson
                                                               **Date will be communicated once it is scheduled and confirmed
CHECKLIST
 
1. JSA Waiver must be completed online for those who have not done so please go to (https://www.jsalis.org/db/login.php)
 
2. Sailors are required to have and wear non-marking, closed toed boat shoes or
sneakers (no barefeet, no dark sole shoes or sneakers and no flip flop sandals…no exceptions). Sailor’s footwear will be inspected each night before boarding and without required footwear will not be permitted on boats. Sailors without appropriate gear will not sail.
 
3. Sailors are required to wear USCG approved Type III Personal Flotation Device
(PFD)/ Lifejacket with an attached whistle (inflatable PFD’s are not allowed).
 
4. Dress appropriately for the predicted weather. We will sail if there is light rain.  Thunderstorms will cancel sailing.  Please watch your emails for weather updates.  Sailors should check the weather forecast prior to arriving at the dock.
 
5. Racers participating in the Beach Point Overnight regatta will be
required to have a harness, tether and lifejacket strobe light. Please note,
parents are responsible for acquiring the harness/tether/strobe. This equipment is NOT being provided by boat owners. Please do not wait until the last minute.  Sailors will not be allowed to race without the proper safety gear.
 
 
 
Please email us your Junior Sailor’s cellphone and email address for weekly updates during the summer.
 
We are looking forward to a great season of sailing! If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact

 
Dan (203) 788-2150  dan.delannoy@gmail.com
Amy (203) 259-1313 amydelannoy@hotmail.com

Download Welcome to BRYC JBBS 2015