2012 Flying Scot Fall 48 Regatta
2012 FS Fall 48 NOR
Wild Wild West
Don’t Miss It!
Corral opens: Friday November 2nd
Racin: November 3rd and 4th
Nov 3rd Festivities
Bone up for the horseshoe throwin, trivia
contest and prizes for best western outfit
Saloon beverages and appetizers
Awesome tender loins for branding
Gidde up Beans
Trails End Cobbler
It’s time for that ole round up here for the
Lake Norman Fall 48 Regatta
There will be plenty of grub, saloon stuff,
and racin those ole dogies! So hitch up your
wagons tune up those critters and be ready to whoop
up on your old sidekicks.
Y’all need to gidde ‘up on over.
Notice of Race has all those particulars
Early Registration to be postmarked by Oct 25th.
Drivers for this here event are Bob and
Smita Quinn, contact them at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Notice of Race
Flying Scot Fleet 48 invites you to the annual Fall 48 Regatta located on North Carolina’s largest lake and the
site of the 2013 Flying Scot North American Championship.
WILD WEST THEME – Prizes for horseshoe throwing, trivia contest and the best Western outfits. Come and
join the fun. Check your six shooter at registration. Pets not allowed; please leave your horse at the gate.
1. Rules - The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.
2. Eligibility and Crew - The regatta is open to all Flying Scots, and all competitors must be current
members of the FSSA. You can join FSSA by going to www.fssa.com or calling 800-445-8629.
3. Fees: Entry Form and payment must be postmarked by Thursday, October 25th
to qualify for earlyregistration.
*Registration – Includes Saturday & Sunday continental breakfast.
**Saturday Dinner – Includes beer, other beverages and appetizers.
4. Schedule of Events:
Friday, November 2:
1300 Club open for early wagon trains. Grills available for “do it yourself dinner.”
Saturday, November 3:
0830-1030 Continental breakfast
0830-1030 Check in and Registration
1100 Sailors meeting
1300 Warning Signal, Race 1, with additional races to follow
1700 Saloon beverages and appetizers
1800 Dinner - Filet mignon provided; you brand it!
Sunday, November 4:
0830* Continental breakfast;*Remember to set your clocks back an hour
0930 Warning Signal with additional races to follow.
1230 No Warning Signal after this time
1300 (est.) Awards
5. Sailing Instructions - Sailing instructions will be available at registration, and the NOR will be posted on the
Official Notice Board on the lower level of the Race Management Center.
6. Number of Races - A maximum of five races are scheduled, and one race must be completed to
constitute a regatta.
7. Courses - Windward-Leeward (WL) or Modified Windward-Leeward (MWL).
8. Scoring - Will be according to the RRS Appendix A Low Point system. Each boat’s score shall be the total
of her races scores with no race excluded. This changes RRS A2.
9. Safety - A boat retiring from a race shall notify a Race Committee vessel before leaving the course, or
when that is impossible, as soon as possible after arrival ashore.
10. Club Info - Camping at the club is free to everyone; however pets and open fires are not allowed. Please
visit www.lnyc.org for directions.
11. Prizes - Trophies will be awarded to the top eight (8) boats.
12. QUESTIONS: If you have any questions, please contact:
Bob and Smita Quinn (704) 782-5665,