HawaiI Kai Boat Club

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The Club host fun events throughout the year. Monthly regattas are organized and help the sailors improve their ability while learning to race in small fleets. Annual events include the Opening Day Sail Past, Fireworks Road Trip, the Baron's Cup and Dinghy Transpac. Additionally sailors travel once a year to Maui and compete in the Dinsmoor Trophy Regatta hosted by the Lahaina Yacht Club.

Upcoming events

    • November 13, 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Island Brew Coffeehouse
    Register
    • Commodore's Report 
    • Election of Officers
    • Overview of New Membership Website 


    • November 17, 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • Hawaii Kai Boat Club, 377 Keahole Street
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    HAWAII KAI BOAT CLUB
    Honolulu, Hawaii

    NOTICE OF RACE

    November 17, 2019 - 12:00 Noon

    RULES:

    This event will be governed by the 2017-2020 Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) with US SAILING prescriptions, however good seamanship and common sense are the order of the day. Protests will be heard only in the case of a collision resulting in serious injury or damage, modifying rule 60. Class rules will not apply.

    ELIGIBILITY & ENTRY:

    This event is open to all O’pen Skiff, RS Feva, 29er, Laser, Techno/Windsurf divisions.
    Gold Fleet is for Level 4-6 sailors.
    Silver Fleet is for Level 3 sailors.
    Race Class age is determined by the age of the sailor on December 31, 2019.

      Classes:

      • O'pen Skiff Gold - U17 
      • O'pen Skiff Gold - U13 (For sailors born in 2007 or later)
      • O'pen Skiff Silver - U17 
      • O'pen Skiff Silver - U13 (For sailors born in 2007 or later)
      • RS Feva - Open
      • Techno/Windsurf - Open
      • 29er - Open
      • Laser - Open

        Eligible owners or skippers Levels 3 and above may enter by registering online.

        All sailors must be registered by Saturday, November 16th.

        Entry Fee: $15.00 

        SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

        On Sunday, November 17:

        12:00 noon   Set-Up Boats
        12:45 PM   Skippers Meeting
        1:30 PM    Warning Signal for First Race
         3:00 PM    Last possible Start

          Refreshments and awards at HKBC after regatta and boats are put away.

          SAILING INSTRUCTIONS:

          5 or less races (weather permitting). Observe the revised 2011 Standing Sailing Instructions with the additional provision that beginner sailors will be placed as crew and may not have a chance to commandeer a boat in this event. 

          VENUE AND COURSE:

          The venue will be in the Hawaii Kai Marina or Maunalua Bay - to be announced at Skipper's meeting. The course from the starting line in the center of the bay to the buoys specified on the day of the race at skipper's meeting. SI's with a map will be available at the skipper's meeting to show where it is safe to sail.

          SCORING:

          Individual scoring for each race; Low point scoring system (1 point for 1st, 2 points for 2nd, etc). Points from each regatta will be counted into yearly season’s points. 

          PRIZES:

          Winners will be announced at the end of the regatta. Take home prizes may be awarded at the end of the regatta. At least 3 participating boats/boards constitute a class and awards will be given to classes that meet this criteria.

          FURTHER INFORMATION: Helena von Sydow 808-349-9167

          Hawaii Kai Boat Club 377 Keahole St # C2
          Email: hawaiikaiboatclub@gmail.com
          www.hawaiikaiboatclub.com


        Email us

        info@hawaiikaiboatclub.com

        Mailing Address

        Hawaii Kai Boat Club
        PO Box 26021

        Honolulu | HI 96825-6021

        Meeting point for our classes

        Hawaii Kai Dock behind

        Island Brew Coffee House

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