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|ANZAC 150 Amendment 1|
SI 7.1 shall be amended to read:
Briefing: Held at RNZYS Westhaven at 1900 Thursday 20th April 2017
SI 10 shall be amended to read:
10 Marks and Courses
10.1 Longhaul Course
Start, rounding Black Rocks to port, Anchorite Rock to Port, Flat Rock to Port, Shearer Rock Buoy to Starboard , Motuora Island to Starboard, to the Finish in Home Bay, Motuora Island.
10.2 Shorthaul/Cruising Course
Start, rounding Shearer Rock Buoy to Port, Flat Rock to Port, Motuora Island to Starboard, to the Finish in Home Bay, Motuora Island.
SI 13 shall be amended to read:
13.1 The finish line is located off Home Bay Motuora Island.
13.2 The finish line will be a line between theFinish Boat ?Ma?ara? and the yellow triangular SSANZ Safety at Sea Buoy.
13.3 It is each yachts responsibility to identifyitself and be acknowledged by the race committee when finishing.
13.4 At night a yacht must illuminate its sailnumbers and contact the Race Officer on Ch77 or by any other means.
13.5 Yachts finishing after 1800 on Saturday 22 April2017 may have to take their own time and advise the Race Officer on Ch77 or byany other means. The yachts GPS to be used as the time source for the finishingtime.
SI 15 shall be amended to read:
15 RadioPosition Reports
15.1 All yachts are required to do radio safety positionreports.
15.2 Yachts in the Longhaul are to contact Coastguardon VHF Channel 60 or 64 after passing and/or rounding the following: Black Rocks and also after Flat Rock
15.3 Yachts in the Shorthaul are to contactCoastguard on VHF Channel 60 or 64 after passing and/or rounding Shearer Rock Buoy
15.4 Yachts failing to comply with the radio positionrequirements will receive a 1% time penalty for every report they don?tcomplete.
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