RACING PROGRAM

(Revised on May 26th, 2017)

 

Thank you race committee for an exciting 2016-2017 racing season and congratulations to the cruising boat race series Boat of The Year winner Sunrise, with Milton Harris & Dave Pahl as co-skippers!

 

 

Scroll down for the 2017-2018 race schedules and be sure to sign up to be race committee or mark boat for the upcoming season.

 

 

*For Races to be held, a Committee Boat and a Mark Boat must be volunteered, usually, but not always, from Club members. To volunteer for either of these essential services, and enjoy a day on the water, please sign up online below, or in the clubhouse, or contact the race committee chairman. Volunteers also get to attend the Stand-Up.* 

 

2017-2018 Committee Boat and Mark Boat Sign Up Schedule

(Choose your date(s) then click HERE to sign up via email)

Cruising Boat Races:

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26                Committee Boat__________
                                                            Mark Boat______________

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3               Committee Boat__________
                                                    Mark Boat______________

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17             Committee Boat___________
                                                     Mark Boat______________

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31              Committee Boat___________
                                                    Mark Boat_______________

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2                      Committee Boat___________
                                                      Mark Boat__________________

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14              Committee Boat___________
                                                      Mark Boat _______________

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28              Committee Boat___________

                                                      Mark Boat________________

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14                  Committee Boat____________
                                                       Mark Boat________________


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28                  Committee Boat____________
                                                       Mark Boat________________

 

Abaco Dinghy, Sunfish, Opti & 420 Races:

SUNDAY, JANUARY 14                        Committee Boat_Caesar's Ghost__

                                                                  Mark Boat__________________

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 28                         Committee Boat_Caesar's Ghost__
                                                                   Mark Boat__________________

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11                           Committee Boat_Caesar's Ghost__                             
                                                                     Mark Boat_________________

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25                            Committee Boat_Caesar's Ghost____

                                                                              Mark Boat_____________________

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 11                               Committee Boat_Caesar's Ghost__

                                                           Mark Boat__________________                                   
                                                                            
SUNDAY, MARCH 25                               Committee Boat_Caesar's Ghost_
                                                                        Mark Boat________________

 

 

 

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HOW TO REQUEST A HANDICAP ADJUSTMENT

Please address an e-mail to: htsc.rc@gmail.com with a copy also sent to racechair@hopetownsailingclub.com, and include details as follows:
Date
Name of Skipper(s)
Boat Name
Boat Builder, Model, Type, Year
Boat Modifications
Statement Outlining Reasons for Request

The Race Committee will attempt to address requests within two weeks, hopefully before the next race whenever possible.

Your request will be emailed by the RC Secretary to Race Committee members, and - in the interest of transparency - will be forwarded at the same time to each racing skipper for whom we have an email address.

After consideration by the Race Committee, a response to your request will be sent to you by e-mail, and copies will be sent to each racing skipper for whom we have an email address.

Email: htsc.rc@gmail.com

 

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CRUISING BOAT RACES
 

2017-2018
CRUISING BOAT RACE SCHEDULE


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26
H. BOWEN WHITE TROPHY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3
S. YEARDLEY SMITH TROPHY


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17
CHARLES P. MANCHEE TROPHY

(Point-to-Point Race)

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31
HOPE TOWN CUP, 1ST OF 2 RACES

 

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2
HOPE TOWN CUP 2ND OF 2 RACES
WILLIAM GILLIES TROPHY

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14
FOUNDER'S CUP

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
SPRING REGATTA

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 14
BURTON RUSSELL TROPHY
(Point-to-Point Race)

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28

CHARLES POLLAK TROPHY

 

Join the Hope Town Sailing Club for fun days of racing during its winter racing schedule. The Hope Town Sailing Club invites cruising sailboats of all sizes and types to join them for any or all of the above races. The races are open to HTSC members and non-members alike. There is no entry fee. Your boat will be given a handicap using PHRF and Portsmouth as a guideline. You will be racing with a most ecclectic fleet - monohulls, multihulls, sloops, schooners, ketches, catboats all race together with the emphasis on fun competition.

 

In the days prior to each Race Day, listen for race announcements during the Cruisers' Net (Ch. 68 at 8:15 daily). If you have a boat but need extra crew, or if you want to race but have no boat, have never raced before, feel rusty, have questions, or for any other reason hesitate to join us, we will be pleased to go over your questions and our racing rules and procedures. Just hail "Solitaire 1" on Ch. 68.

 

To register for a race, you are urged to attend the Skipper's Meeting, held at 9:00 a.m. the morning of Race Day in the HTSC Clubhouse near the dinghy dock. Here you will meet the Race Committee and fellow racers, sign in and submit information about your sailboat, and receive race instructions. You may also register with the race Committee on VHF Ch. 66 after 10:00 a.m. out on the race course on Race Day.

 

Our race course usually lies between the Parrot Cays (just outside Hope Town Harbour), Matt Lowe's Cay, and Sugarloaf Cay. The course is convenient to Hope Town, Marsh Harbour, and Man-O-War Cay. and starting line is determined by the wind conditions. The Starting Signal is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. The course is usually set to provide the leading boats a two hour race. Races are conducted according to U.S. Sailing rules.

 

All skippers and crews are welcome to the Awards Party, held in the afternoon after each race at the Clubhouse. It is a BYOB "Stand-Up", with hors d'oeuvres provided by Hope Town Sailing Club members. This is a great opportunity to meet your fellow sailors to discuss the race, and cheer for the winners as the awards are presented.

 

SAILING INSTRUCTIONS FOR CRUISING CLASS YACHTS  (March 16, 2015)

 

1. RULES-
1.1 Races will be governed by the current ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing and the Prescriptions of the United States Sailing Association, except where changed by these Sailing Instructions. Competitors shall have a working knowledge of the above-referenced Racing Rules (2013-16).

2. NOTICES TO THE COMPETITORS will be posted on the official Notice Board located in the Club House. (Note: "Notice of Race" consists solely of the HTSC Annual Race Calendar posted on the Official Notice Board.)


3. AMENDING AND/OR CHANGING SAILING INSTRUCTIONS
3.1 Sailing Instructions may be amended or changed no later than 9:00 am on the day of a race, and shall become effective when posted on the Official Notice Board.

4. ELIGIBILITY-
4.1 Races are open to all competitors sailing “cruising class boats” (a sailboat of not less than 18 feet in length) and they need not be members of the Hope Town Sailing Club (HTSC), the Organizing Authority.
4.2 The definition of “cruising class boats” and the acceptance of any entrant are at the sole discretion of the HTSC Race Committee (changes Rule 76).
4.3  Participants should register for a race, either at the Skippers Meeting, usually held at the Clubhouse at 9:00 AM on Race Day, or after 10:00 AM by VHF radio. Appropriate handicap or design information shall be submitted prior to, or at the time of, registration (VHF66).
4.4 Handicaps are determined at the sole discretion of the Hope Town Sailing Club Race Committee, using the U.S. Sailing Association PHRF Handicaps Book ratings and/or Portsmouth Yardstick Manual numbers as guidelines, and are subject to review, change, or adjustment at any time as deemed appropriate by the Race Committee. The Hope Town Sailing Club handicap system is currently expressed in Portsmouth Yardstick values.

5. EQUIPMENT -
5.1 Downwind sails such as spinnakers and gennakers are not permitted during racing. All headsails must be attached along the entire luff to a headstay or forestay at all times. Headsail changes are permitted and all sails may be reefed and unreefed during a race (changes Rule 50).
5.2 A vessel being sailed singlehanded may use an automatic steering device (i.e. autopilot) from time to time during racing to effect such activities as sail changing, reefing, sail trim, navigation, and other standard shipboard activities that would require absence from the helm. Use of such automatic steering device in no way relieves a vessel from full compliance with the Racing Rules of Sailing (changes Rule 52).
5.3 Whisker poles and other devices to hold out the clew of a headsail need not be attached to the mast and may be hand-held (changes Rule 50.2).

6. SCHEDULE OF RACES –
6.1 The schedule of races is listed in the current Club Directory, and is posted on the Club Official Notice Board.
6.2 A skippers meeting will be held in the Clubhouse at 0900 the day of each scheduled race to announce the approximate course and other race information.

7. CLASS FLAGS - When one class is participating the Class Flag shall be a red rectangle flag.

8. RACING AREA –
8.1 The racing area usually is on the Sea of Abaco, West of Hope Town.

9. COURSE AND VHF RADIO COMMUNICATION –
9.1 The course to be sailed will be announced by the Race Committee on VHF radio Channel 66 prior to the warning signal. A leg may be lengthened, or shortened, or changed during the race. The Committee will attempt to maintain contact with boats at all times during the race on VHF Channel 66. Such VHF radio communication shall replace visual and sound signals if such signals are not made. All competitors shall monitor their radios for this purpose at all times (changes Rule 32, 33, Appendix J2).

10. MARKS
10.1 All turning marks of the course, including the starting and finishing line marks, will normally be inflatable tetrahedrons, except in point-to-point races where the marks may be navigational aids, landmarks including islands, or other identifiable objects.

11. THE START
11.1 Races will be started in accordance with Rule 26 by using the following signals: a Warning signal will be given 5 minutes before the Start, by the hoisting of the Class Flag, in this case a red flag, accompanied by a sound signal. Unless the race is postponed or abandoned, the Start is at 1100. Normally a race not started by 1200 may be abandoned. A race so abandoned may or may not be rescheduled.


Signal               Flag                            Sound           Minutes before Start
Warning           Red flag hoisted        1 sound                       5
Preparatory     “P” flag hoisted        1 sound                       4
One-minute     “P” flag removed      1 sound                       1
Start                  Red flag removed    1 sound                       0

In case of postponement, the Warning (5 Minute) flag will be raised one minute after the removal of the postponement flag.

11.2 The starting line will be between the telescoping RC flag staff on the Race Committee boat at the starboard end, and the starting mark, normally a tetrahedron, at the port end, (except in point-to-point races where the starting mark may be a navigational aid, landmark including an island, or another identifiable object, as designated at the Skipper’s Meeting and/or on VHF radio prior to the Warning Signal). An inner mark (often referred to as a "barging buoy") will be placed near the Committee Boat. When approaching the line to start, boats shall pass between this mark and the outer distance mark (pin end tetrahedron). Race participants shall not pass between this mark and the Committee Boat after it has been set. If a boat fails to observe this instruction or is forced between this mark and the Committee Boat by a boat that did not break a rule, then said boat must retire.

12. RECALLS-
12.1 Individual Recalls will be signaled by displaying code flag “X” (blue cross on white) with one sound signal and the Race Committee will attempt to notify premature starters by VHF radio; such VHF communication will replace visual and sound signals if such signals are not made (changes Rule 29).
12.2 A general recall will be signaled by displaying the “First Substitute” flag (blue triangle, yellow center) with two sound signals and notification by VHF radio; such VHF communication will replace visual and sound signals if such signals are not made (changes Rule 29.2). The warning signal for a new start will be made one minute after the “First Substitute” flag is removed, with one sound signal.

13. CHANGE OF COURSE AFTER THE START-
13.1 The Race Committee may change, shorten, or lengthen a leg or legs, or eliminate a leg or legs, of the course after the start and will so notify boats by VHF radio before the leading yacht has begun the leg or legs being changed (changes Rules 32 & 33).

14. THE FINISH –
14.1 Boats will finish between the telescoping flag staff on the Race Committee Boat and the finish mark, normally an inflatable tetrahedron, as designated at the Skippers’ Meeting and/or on VHF radio prior to the start, or during the race. The Committee Boat, due to conditions, may be stationed at the port end of the finish line, as signaled prior to the finish on VHF radio.
14.2 The Race Committee Boat will normally display a solid blue flag when on station at the finish.

15. TIME LIMIT-
15.1 The time limit for all races is 3 hours from the starting signal until the first boat crosses the finish line. The Race Committee may retire from the course, at its sole discretion, one hour after the first boat crosses the finish line. A boat that retires from the race shall notify the Race Committee as soon as possible.

16. OTHER SIGNALS-
16.1 All visual and sound signals below will be replaced by VHF radio communications on Ch. 66 if the signals below are not made.
16.2 Postponement- Answering Pennant (vertical red and white stripes) plus two sound signals means “all races not started are postponed.” Answering pennant will be lowered (accompanied by one sound signal) one minute before a new warning signal or abandonment.
16.3 Abandonment- Code Flag “N” (checkered blue and white) plus three sound signals, means “all races are abandoned for the day”.
16.4 Shortened course - Code Flag “S” (blue square on white) plus two sound signals means “finish between the near mark and a Race Committee boat”.
16.5 Leg(s) shortened – Code Flag “C”, plus repetitive sound signals (changes Rule 33(b)).
16.6 Leg(s) lengthened – Code Flag “X”, plus repetitive sound signals (changes Rule 33(b)).

17. PROTESTS-
17.1 All boats intending to protest must follow these requirements: shall hail “PROTEST”, shall display a red flag, and shall notify the Race Committee of a protest at the finish line and shall file a written protest with the Principal Race Officer within 1 hour after the Committee boat docks at the Sailing Club dock. Protest forms are available from the Race Committee (changes Rule 61.1(2)). Remember an alternative penalty may be taken: two turns (720 degrees) for breaking rules of Part 2, and one turn (360 degrees) for touching a mark.

18. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
18.1 Competitors participate in this (these) race(s) entirely at their own risk. See Rule 4, Decision to Race. The Race Organizers will not accept any liability for damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with or prior to, during, or after the race(s). By participating in this event, each competitor agrees to release the Race Organizers (Race Committee, Protest Committee, Host Club, Sponsors, or any other organization or official) from any and all liability associated with the competitor's participation in this event. Rule 82 shall not apply to this event.

18.2 By participation, each boat assents to, and acknowledges acceptance of, the Hope Town Sailing Club's Hold Harmless Agreement, posted on the Official Notice Board.

 

DINGHY RACES

 

2018
DINGHY RACE SCHEDULE (all Sundays)


SUNDAY, JANUARY 14
ABACO DINGHIES, SUNFISH, 420s,
OPTIMIST DINGHIES


SUNDAY, JANUARY 28

ABACO DINGHIES - Heinz Weber/Will Heyer Trophy

SUNFISH, 420s, OPTIMIST DINGHIES

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11
ABACO DINGHIES - ABACO JOY TROPHY,
SUNFISH, 420s, OPTIMIST DINGHIES


 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25
ABACO DINGHIES – BAVERSTOCK TROPHY,
SUNFISH, 420s, OPTIMIST DINGHIES

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 4 (Alternate Date MARCH 18)

DI HUNTER SUNFISH RACE FOR WOMEN


SUNDAY, MARCH 11
ABACO DINGHIES - REINGOLD TROPHY,
SUNFISH, 420s, OPTIMIST DINGHIES


SUNDAY, MARCH 25

ABACO DINGHIES- MIKE JACKSON SR. MEMORIAL TROPHY,
 SUNFISH, 420s, OPTIMIST DINGHIES

 

 

A Six-Race Dinghy Series is held every year. You do not have to be a club member, and there is no entry fee. Races start at 1:00 p.m., just utside the Hope Town Harbour entrance. The Hope Town event is open to:

1- Abaco Dinghies

2- Sunfish

3-Junior Optimist Dinghies

4- 420's

Registration may done at the skippers’ meeting at 11:30 A.M. on race day, or given to the committee boat, immediately prior to the start of the races. Race instructions will be available at that time, or from "Solitaire 1" in Hope Town Harbour prior to race day.

All race participants are welcome at a very informal Awards Stand-up at the Clubhouse immediately following the races. Bring your own refreshments and a snack to share while the sailors discuss the races and the awards are presented.

There are many beautiful Abaco Dinghies identified in the Hope Town area, and several have raced in our Dinghy Series. Many were older craft that had been restored, and there are several more recently built using traditional methods.

Sunfish racing has become very popular, and there are between 8 and 15 sailors competing in most races. There are 7 HTSC Sunfish available to members, courtesy of the Junior Sailing Program, and they are raced by both juniors and adults (see guidelines below). There is also a growing number of both members and non-members who have their own Sunfish who participate in the racing, and others are always welcome.

Participation by Junior Sailors in their Optimist Dinghies has also been a great addition to the Dinghy Series.

 

Dinghy racing is also a great Spectator Sport. Bring a boatload of your friends and cheer on your favorite!

 

 

HOPE TOWN SAILING CLUB SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

for Sunfish, Abaco Dinghies, 420s, and Optimists
 

 1. RULES- Races are governed by ISAF Racing Rules and the prescriptions of the U.S. Sailing Association, subject to change by the HTSC Race Committee Sailing Instructions and these specific Dinghy Sailing Instructions.

 

 2.NOTICES TO THE COMPETITORS will be posted on the official Notice Board located in the Club House. (Note: “Notice of Race” consists solely of the HTSC Annual Race Calendar posted on the Official Notice Board).

 

3.ELIGIBILITY

 

3.1 Races are open to Sunfish, Abaco Dinghies, Optimist Dinghies, and 420s. The HTSC Race Committee may declare any boat ineligible at its sole discretion.

 

3.2 Handicaps where applicable are determined at the sole discretion of the Hope Town Sailing Club Race Committee.

 

4.CLASS FLAGS - For all participating classes the class flag shall be a red rectangle flag.

 

5.SKIPPERS MEETING / REGISTRATION

 

5.1 A Skipper’s meeting will be held in the Clubhouse at 11.30 am on the morning of the race series.  Any skipper who cannot attend may register on the course, prior to the start of the first race, by sailing past the transom of the Committee boat, and giving their name and sail number, but skippers are urged to attend, in order to be briefed on the race course and special instructions.

 

5.2 All skippers are requested to sail past the transom of the Committee boat before the start of the first race, whether or not they attended the Skipper’s meeting, to confirm their participation, and to provide their name and sail number.

 

 6.COURSE

6.1 The course will be announced at the Skipper’s Meeting, but may be changed by the Race Committee at any time, to allow for prevailing weather conditions.

 

6.2 Sunfish and 420s will normally sail a six leg course, of a triangle followed by windward, leeward, windward legs.

6.3 Abaco Dinghies and Optimists will normally sail the triangular course: windward, reach, reach, and windward to the finish.

 

6.4 All marks will be left to Port.  A boat may not sail through the starting line, except for the start and the finish.  Disqualification shall result from infraction of this rule.

 

6.5 A course sketch is available from the Race Committee

 

 7. MARKS

 

7.1 All turning marks of the course will normally be inflatable tetrahedrons

 

7.2 The starting mark (outer limit buoy) normally is a round inflated ball.

 

7.3 The "inner limit buoy" (barging buoy) is normally a round inflated ball.

 

 8. THE START

 

8.1 The first race will start at 1.00 pm.  The starting sequence will be conducted under Rule 26. A Warning signal will be given five minutes before the start.  Flag and sound signals are as follows:

 

Signal                          Flag                                         Sound                          Minute before start

Warning                       Red flag hoisted                      1 Sound                                  5

Preparatory                 “I” flag hoisted                        1 Sound                                  4

One-minute                 “I” flag removed                      1 Sound                                  1

Start                            Red flag removed                    1 Sound                                   0

 

8.2 When more than one Class is participating, the warning signal for each subsequent class will be one minute after the previous start.  The order of starts for each race will be Sunfish, followed by Abaco dinghies, and Optimists and 420s starting last, on a spilt starting line.

 

8.3 Number of Races:  If possible, three races will be conducted for each Class.  The starting sequence for Races 2 and 3 will begin with a warning signal approximately five minutes after the last place finisher of the previous race, with the aim of commencing the sequence on an exact five minute time,  -  e.g. at 2.25 pm or 2.50 pm as convenient.

 

8.4 The starting line will be set approximately half way up the windward leg.  The starting line will be between the telescopic flagstaff from which the signal flags are flown, and a round mark for the pin end of the line.

 

8.5 When approaching the line to start, boats shall pass between the inner limit buoy (barging buoy) and the outer distance mark (pin end, inflatable round mark). Race participants shall not pass between the inner limit buoy and the Committee boat after it has been set.  If a boat fails to observe this instruction or is forced between this mark and the Committee boat by a boat that did not break a rule, then said boat must retire.

 

8.6 The One Minute Rule will be in effect at all times.  Any boat over the starting line during the one minute before its start must go around one or the other end of the starting line in order to start correctly.  Failure to do so will lead to a disqualification.  The One Minute Rule is shown to be in effect by the use of the “I” flag (yellow with a black ball) as the Preparatory signal.

 

8.7 Any boat that has broken any of the Racing Rules shall do a One Turn Penalty (360 degrees) as soon as possible after the infringement, to exonerate themselves from a protest or disqualification.  If the Race Committee observes an infringement of the rules, and the offending boat does not execute the One Turn Penalty, the Race committee may disqualify the offending boat. (Changes Rule 44.1).

 

9. RECALLS

 

9.1 Individual recalls will be signaled by signal flag “X” (blue cross on white) with one sound signal.  The Race Committee will attempt to notify premature starters verbally.

 

9.2 A General recall will be signaled by the “First substitute pennant” (blue triangle with a yellow center), and two sound signals.  The warning signal for a fresh start will be made one minute after the “First substitute pennant” is removed, with one sound signal.

 

10.THE FINISH - Boats will finish between the telescopic flag staff on the Race Committee Boat and the finish mark, normally an inflated round ball (usually the same mark used as the starting mark).

 

11. OTHER  SIGNALS - 

 

11.1 A postponement is signaled by the “Answering pennant” (vertical red and white stripes) with two sound signals. The “Answering pennant” will be removed one minute before a new warning signal, together with one sound signal.

 

11.2 A cancellation or abandonment is signaled by Code Flag “N” (checkered blue and white) plus three sound signals

 

12. SAFETY REGULATION

 

12.1 Life jackets (personal flotation devices) shall be worn by all competitors in any dinghy race under the auspices of the Hope Town Sailing Club.  Failure to follow this Rule will lead to an automatic disqualification of the offending skipper by the Race Committee.

 

13.DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY - Competitors participate in these races entirely at their own risk. (See Rule 4).  The Race Organizers will not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury or death sustained in conjunction with, or prior to, or after the races.  By participating in this event, each competitor agrees to release the Race Organizers (Race Committee, Protest Committee, Host Club, Sponsors, or any other organization or official) from any and all liability associated with the competitor’s participation in this event.  Rule 82 shall not apply to this event.

 

 

 

 

Sunfish Sailing Guidelines

 

                                                                                (Revised on March 20th, 2016)

 

Junior Sailors have priority for the use of HTJS Sunfish. For any other usage, the following guidelines will apply:

 

The Sunfish Fleet Captain will check out the prospective sailor, who is then required to sign a “Hold Harmless Agreement.”

 

At least two people must go out, either on one or two Sunfish, or one Sunfish and a chase boat.

 

Each Sunfish must be skippered by a Club member or other person who has been checked out by the Sunfish Fleet Captain for competence in sailing a Sunfish, and approved by an HTJS Board Member.

 

Life jackets must be worn.

 

Boats and sails must be put away clean, and sails rinsed with fresh water.

 

Sailors are responsible for costs and repairs for any damage to Sunfish, Club equipment and/or another boat. Any damage must be reported at the end of each usage to the Sunfish Fleet Captain.

 

There is no fee for using the Sunfish. This is Junior Sailing’s way of saying “Thank you” to all HTSC members whose generous donations made it possible to purchase these boats.

 

 

2017-2018 HTSC RACE COMMITTEE

DAVID ALLIN, CHAIRMAN

GEORGE HOLLOWAY, HONORARY MEMBER EX-OFFICIO

SUE HOLLOWAY, SECRETARY

JOHN FOSTER, BIG BOATS & DINGHIES

CATHERINE ALLIN, BIG BOATS & DINGHIES

DI HUNTER, BIG BOATS & DINGHIES

JOHN STORCK, DINGHIES & COMPUTER GURU

LINDA ESHELMAN, DINGHIES

PAMELA CANTRELL, BIG BOATS

 

 

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