2017 Notice of Race
Western Lakes Regional DN Championship Regatta
January 7-8, 2017
Organizing Authority: International DN Ice Yacht Racing Association
Host: North American Western Region
All races will be governed by the Racing Rules of the National Iceboat Authority; the By-Laws of the IDNIYRA, and Official Specifications of the DN Ice Yacht; the Notice of Race, including any amendments to the Notice of Race, (except as any of these are altered by the sailing instructions) and the Sailing Instructions. The Sailing Instructions can be modified at the Skippers Meeting and by a notice posted on the official notice board.
Eight (8) race regatta format – 3 race minimum in the Gold Fleet will constitute the regatta. Fleets - Gold & Silver Fleet, Rookie Division as part of the lowest fleet; Volunteer split for fleets.
All DN class yachts meeting the requirements of the Official Specifications and whose skippers meet the requirements of the By-Laws of the IDNIYRA as stated in the section IDNIYRA Regattas are eligible to enter and race in the championship.
Proof of personal or race liability insurance ($300,000 minimum) will be needed at time of registration.
3. Site Information and Postings:
A. The primary site is within the North American Western Region
B. Site and Headquarters Information will be determined by the regatta organizer.
C. Official regatta information, updates and accommodations: DN America Forum & Western Region Hotline - 608-313-5156
4. Entry and Fee:
A. The official entry form must be submitted and signed at registration.
B. The entry fee is $35, payable at site of regatta in US dollars.
5. Schedule of Events:
•Friday: 7-9 PM Registration at Regatta Hotel Headquarters
•Sat 8-9 on ice registration
•Sat 9:30 Skippers Meeting
•Sat 10:30 First DN start
•Sunday 10:00 First DN start. No race will start after 2:30 PM
6. Sailing Instructions:
Official Sailing Instructions will be provided at registration.
Trophies will be awarded to the top ten places in each fleet plus Top Woman, Top Junior, Top Rookie, Top Senior (50-59), Top Master (60 to 69) and Top Grand Master (70+)