St. Pete NOODS

Jerryd

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We did this last year on a J-80 and had a great time. Good venue and a fun location! However, I checked the entries so far and with only 6 weeks to go, there's only 21 entries?Maybe it won't be a good idea this year?

 

eerie sailor

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We are probably heading down there to race in a PHRF class. Just not sure what boat to bring yet
A prhf class at a nood? Am I missing something?
Uhhhhhhhhhhhh........................yep. St Pete did a couple of handicap classes last year to help attendance.

From the NOR

2-ELIGIBILITY




2.1 The following boats are eligible to enter: a) a member of a One-Design class association that has been invited




to this regatta, and,

B) boats that meet criteria established by the class coordinator for a level class. A minimum of



six boats is required for a class to remain eligible. Due to the number of classes anticipated at this event, entrants




should be aware that there is a possibility that classes with fewer than 12 boats registered may be started together,




but scored separately. The Organizing Authority reserves the right to invite additional classes at its sole discretion.




2.2 The regatta is also open to those boats with West Florida PHRF ratings. PHRF Spinnaker classes with PHRF




ratings of 180 and below are scheduled to race windward/leeward courses. A “distance” race will also be offered each




scheduled day of racing for entries in PHRF Non-Spinnaker, Cruising, and Racer-Cruiser divisions with PHRF ratings




of not more than 230. Boats not holding West Florida PHRF certificates may make the proper arrangement by logging







2.3 The Sperry Top-Sider NOOD Regattas are open to those boats whose Owner and/or Skipper is a current member



of their National Governing Body (US SAILING for USA members; to join call 1-800-877-2451).

 
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