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10.1 The time limit shall be 5 hours after the start of the last class of the race or 1700 hours, whichever

is earlier. When one boat in any division finishes within the time limit, then times for other boats shall

continue to be recorded until 1700 hours after which time boats not finished shall be scored

“Did Not Finish” (DNF). This changes RRS 35.

On a day where more than one race is scheduled, the time limit for each laid course shall be 2 ½

hours after the start after which time boats not finished shall be scored “Did Not Finish”.

The final race of each day will conclude at 1700 hours and any boats not finished at that time

will be scored as Did Not Finish”. This changes RRS 35

Thursday, 21 July 2022 20:52

Re Sail Women Skipper & Navigator Race & Novice Race We are re -sailing the Women Skipper and Navigator's Race at the same time of the Novice Skipper's race when the fleet returns from Geelong on August 21st. The recent Women Skipper's Race from Blairgowrie started in great conditions but soon sailed into a foggy wind hole.  So let's get the race underway again.  For those...

Monday, 11 July 2022 10:52

Patriot, the clear winner in a race of snakes and ladders.  Local knowledge as the winds softened gave Jason Close, skipper of the J133 ‘Patriot’ the advantage to win overall in a fleet of 34 yachts in Saturday's ORCV Winter Series 30nm race to Blairgowrie. The mixed fleet competing in the racing and cruising divisions started out just after 9.30 am using a shortened course start line off...