Event Date: 
Monday, May 15, 2017 - 17:30

Monday and Friday pursuit races are for fun and the objective is to provide an excuse to go sailing on a Monday or Friday plus provide a more casual racing experience for less experienced skippers and crew. Due to the course location pursuit races are also a good spectator event.

Pursuit races are for fun and are not controlled by TBYC or TBYC Race Committee. There is no Protest Committee and therefore no official recourse available if fouled by another boat. Boats start according to their prescribed start time and we hope all racers will abide by the ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing and the TBYC Racing Code of Conduct.

Schedule
Assuming boats choose to participate, pursuit races will take place all Mondays and Fridays throughout the sailing season. Race start time is 1800 hours and boats will cross the start line according to the specific start time assigned to each boat per the handicap-oriented start time calculations below. Pursuit race results are not specifically logged and no series results will be published.

Courses
The courses are around fix navigational marks inside the break-wall near Prince Arthurs Landing Marina. The starting line for the two following courses is between the flagpole on the end of Pier One and the small floating No Wake mark located off the end of Pier One.

Monday Evening North Course (5.3 Nautical Miles)
Start Line
Leave HAI to port
Leave start mark to port
Leave E9 to port
Leave E3 to port
Leave finish pin to port
Leave E9 to port
Leave E3 to port
Leave finish pin to port

Friday Evening South Course (4.5 Nautical Miles)
Start line
Leave E15 to port
Leave E4 to port
Leave start mark to port
Leave E9 to port
Leave E3 to port
Leave finish pin to port

Click here for pursuit start times: Monday and Friday Pursuit Racing