ISORA Avery Crest 2017 ~ Race 14 Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire - Saturday 9th September
Race 14 - Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire ~ ISORA Avery Crest ~ 09/09/2017
Saturday 9th September is race 14, the last race of the 2017 ISORA Avery Crest series and when the winner of the RDYC's prestigious Wolfs Head will be decided. Hot contenders for the overall championship spot are J109's Mojito and Sgrech who are being chased hard by Jedi and Aurelia. Places are up for grabs in all classes, IRC, ECHO and Silver Class - its looking like another classic!
The race is from Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire and will start at 08:30 BST and the Sailing Instructions (SI's) are attached.
The Provisional Course is as follows:
Start - as defined in the SI's PSC 2 (P) - 52º 52.400'N 04º 25.580'W - This is a yellow racing mark. Kish Light (P) Finish - as defined in the SI's
The Course will be confirmed by text message to competitors. Shore crew and supporters will see the course on YB - here.
For crew delivering boats on Thursday/Friday or arriving by road there will be the usual warm welcome, with refreshments and food served in Plas Heli/Pwllheli Sailing Club with both an evening menu in the Deck restaurant, or bar meals available, All very welcome.
Arriving boats should proceed to the Plas Heli event pontoons. Assistance maybe available on channel 17 calls sign "Plas Heli"
Breakfast for Saturday morning before the race will be available in Plas Heli - but please place an order on Friday night at the bar.
The trackers will be distributed to competitors on Saturday morning on the Plas Heli pontoons - please listen on VHF Channel 37 for tracker directions and information.
Please Note: VHF 17 for berthing and 37 for all race related messages
Please de-activate trackers after racing and return to Peter Ryan at the NYC
APRES RACE: A post racing party is planned at The National Yacht Club with beer and food tockens issued to each boat. More details to follow.
Race 14 will again be available to view on the YB tracking for shore-crew and supporters. The race will also be available for analysis after racing has finished along with all of the other races in the 2017 series
The Viking Marine & Global Displays Coastal Series
The coastal series results have been published in Afloat here congratulations to Jedi and Mojito for the overall win of the Viking Marie Coastal series and Global Displays Welsh Series respectively.
ISORA YB Trackers
The ISORA Races can be followed on the ISORA YB trackers here
The Trackers are sponsored by Global Exhibitions and Avery Crest.
ISORA (Irish Sea Offshore Racing Association) is a not for profit members organisation responsible for offshore racing in the Irish Sea. The Association is run by volunteers for the benefit of competitors by working in partnership with boat owners, crew, yacht and sailing clubs, other associations and the governing bodies for boating in Ireland, Wales and the UK. Our mission is to promote the sport of offshore racing in the Irish Sea.