I see that docking zones have been assigned to most of the boats on the scratch sheets. Now, I understand that some boats are constrained by draft and will get docked where they fit. However, it seems to me that the traditional deep draft slips in the main harbor are being filled with 35-45 foot boats while the 50+ footers are being sent to the coal dock. What is their rationale behind this? Wouldn't it make more sense to give a better dock to someone who payed more to do the race, assuming they can fit? Are the slips on the south side of the main harbor really too shallow for big boats? Or is this just Bayview giving preferential treatment to people they feel are more deserving? Flame suit on!