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Author: Mike Bruzzone
Subject: Message from RC
Info: (1476 views) Posted: Monday 3-8-10 09:55:40 PM
Hi All!

The 2010 BAMA Doublehanded Farallones Race is now open for registration. The instructions and application may be downloaded from the BAMA web site or from the sfbayraces.com web site.

As usual, we will be accepting mailed entries and entries at the skipper's meeting, but we encourage everyone to enter and pay online at sfbayraces.com. If you already have registered for a race on sfbayraces.com, you won't have to re-type the data you have already entered.

Note that a few things are different this year:

1. The race closes to new entries at midnight on March 31'st, the night of the skipper's meeting. No new entries will be accepted after that time. Entries that are incomplete may be completed after entries are closed.

2. We are asking every entrant to upload a current photo of the yacht in the race when registering online.

3. Even though we are encouraging everyone to register and pay online, the race entry still requires a signed Waiver to be faxed, mailed, or hand delivered to the race committee at the skipper's meeting. Details are in the race instructions. (The online registration web site will be updated at a future date to allow uploading a scanned waiver. No schedule for that update is available at this time.)

So, come one, come all to join the fun April 3'rd, 2010 running of the Doublehanded Farallones Race, provided to the racing community by the

San Francisco Bay Area Multihull Association.

:: I've emailed RC asking when SIs / entry will be posted
:: at sfbama.org.

:: Warning is traditionally at 0755 with e27 in Division 4
:: @ 0815.
::
:: Tides:
::
:: 0426 s

:: 0747 4.3e

:: 1155 e

:: 1456 3.0f

:: 1824 s

:: 2026 1.7e
::
:: An internationally recognized event, e27 has won overall
:: at least three times.
::
:: See ya on the start line . . . lets aim for 10 boats
:: like dbhd LS.
::
:: mb

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