Sounds like you got a good deal. Hope that the rest of your new class is not reading SA.My Olson 29 inboard rated 646.1 which puts me in a different class and a different course than the Olson 30 which rates 663.4. Most rating systems find the two pretty similar. IRC rates my 29 at .980 and the 30's I've found at .973 to .981.
How did they handle it for the Level 35"s Highest ORR to everyone?
Okay, that is the same thing they have been doing with us in Chicago Mac for the last 3 years. I was just wondering if they had taken a different approach. ORR is willing to work with us next year to maybe come up with an average rating or something but just too late to get it done this year.XII. Bell’s Beer Bayview Mackinac Race J35/T35 One Design
A. Rating Certificates:
All Boats must obtain and submit an ORR Certificate per Notice of Race
B. J35/T35 One Design Class Scoring:
All boats in the J35/T35 Class will be scored using the fastest ORR Certificate submitted from the J35/T35 Class. (this will ensure the “order of finish” matches the “place in class” after time correction)
C. J35/T35 One Design Overall Scoring:
Boats sailing in the J35/T35 One Design Class will be included in the overall scoring using the fastest ORR Certificate submitted from the J35/T35 Class.
This is interesting so Bills ORR .862 and the fast J boats get the T-35s Shitty ORR fastest rating... no division flags for U! Snipe ORR .888?