2019 Optimist TRMW - Coach/Spectator Registration
January 18-21, 2019
St Petersburg Yacht Club (SPYC)
Organizing Authority: USODA and SPYC
Instructions
This form is used to provide the Organizing Authority with the following:

--Coach/Spectator Name(s), Cell, Email
--Team Name(s)
--Number of Boats (coach, spectator, etc.)

Please fill out all applicable sections below.

Team(s)
How many coach boats are you bringing? (include type/size of each boat)
Your answer
How many spectator boats are you bringing? (include type/size of each boat)
Your answer
How many optimist boats will be on the water per team? (ie. Green Iguanas, 5 sailors, 4 opti hulls)
Your answer
Coach Boat #1 (first & last name, phone, email)
Your answer
Coach Boat #2 (first & last name, phone, email)
Your answer
Spectator Boat #1 (first & last name, phone, email)
Your answer
Spectator Boat #2 (first & last name, phone, email)
Your answer
Coach/Spectator Boat #3 (first & last name, phone, email)
Your answer
Coach/Spectator Boat Additional Details
Coach/Spectator Boat Flags will be distributed during Competitor Check-In hours.

Friday (January 18) - 5:00 to 7:00 pm
Saturday (January 19) - 8:00 to 9:00 am

Please also take note of the following details outlined in Notice of Race 14.

14 ADULT RESPONSIBILITY AND SUPPORT (COACH OR SPECTATOR) VESSELS
14.1 All coaches, parents, guardians and ‘designated adults’ are support persons (See RRS definition support person).
14.2 In addition to the requirements of RRS 4, an adult (parent, guardian or designated adult) is responsible for the safety of their competitor. It is the responsibility of this adult to decide if their competitor should sail in the weather and sea conditions that might arise during the event. The adults supervising the competitors are ultimately responsible for the risks.
14.3 Parents not personally attending any part of the event must ensure that another adult is authorized and designated to make these decisions for their competitor.
14.4 Each competitor shall indicate in writing at Check-In the parent or adult representative that shall be responsible for them throughout the course of the event.
14.5 The designated adult will accept full responsibility for all actions of the competitor during any activity related to the event. This includes on-shore activities before, during, and after the Regatta.
14.6 Each team is allowed one designated coach vessel per 4 or 5-person team.
14.7 All support vessels shall register during Check-In hours (see NOR 6.3) and continuously display a numbered flag supplied by the organizing authority while on the water. A $20 security deposit will be required which will be returned at the end of the event with the return of the flag.
14.8 Each support vessel shall have a working VHF radio and monitor the radio, an anchor suitable for anchoring in the waiting area, and a basic first aid kit.
14.9 The conduct of coaches, parents serving on race committee (including safety patrol), registered support vessels, and all other vessels will be governed by the SI and RRS.

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