2018-06-06 15:53:06 UTC
Friday night Dingy Races at WCSC. All are welcome! This is a fun time to get some racing practice. Races start at 6:00 pm on the water.
2018-04-06 13:09:09 UTC
2018 Jr. Sail Camp
2018 Junior Sail Camp
Western Carolina Sailing Club
Registration begins the 1st week of May, 2018:
· On-line registration (REQUIRED)at www.wcscsailcamp.com
· On-line payment at www.wcsc-sailing.org or bring a check to the “Session 1 Class” of your choice (dates below).
· Classes fill up very quickly, and will be managed on a first come, first serve basis. Register Soon!!
2018 WCSC Jr Sail Camp Dates:
June 16th or June 30tH (Sat.) 9:00am – 11:00am (Session 1 Class - Required)
July 7 & 8 (Sat. & Sun.) 9:00am – 3:30pm
July 14 & 15 (Sat. & Sun.) 9:00am – 3:30pm
There will be an Ice Cream Social and Awards held on July 15h at 3:30. Sign-up for your student and any family members is appreciated. Sign-up sheet will be available at the Session 1 Class or the first weekend of camp.
- open to anyone between the ages of 8 and 18 (turn 18 in 2018)
- open for both members and non-members.
- Class opportunities based on prior participation and skill level. (If your junior attended last year, they received a certificate that should identify the class in which they will be enrolled). If you are unsure of what class your child should attend, please email Melissa Kaisner at email@example.com or you can ask on the day of your Session 1 Class.
Session 1 Class: (for Beginner & Intermediate Classes only)
***Must attend one – mandatory!
Saturday June16th or June 30th from 9am – 11am
Session 1 Class will consist of:
· Turning in the completed student registration, parent consent & waiver of liability forms (simply print and sign on-line registration)
· Brief Orientation Class regarding camp information and rules (for the parent/guardian and Student)
· Swim test & capsize drill, regardless as to whether they have done this before.
· Life jacket check – PLEASE MAKE SURE TO SEND THE LIFE JACKET THAT YOU INTEND FOR THE STUDENT TO USE DURING JUNIOR SAIL CAMP.
** Please note that if your student is unable to attend a “Session 1 Class”, UNLESS OTHER ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE, and we have potential participants waiting in line for an open slot, this can result in your junior not being able to participate in this year’s Junior Sail Camp.
1). Beginning Sailing 1 & 2- Students of any age may attend Beginning Sailing. This class teaches the basics of dinghy rigging, sailing, safety, wind, weather, knots, docking, starting, stopping etc. Students are required to attend this class for 2 or more years prior to advancing to Intermediate Sailing.
2). Intermediate Sailing 1 & 2– Students of any age that have attended Beginning Sailing and have been advanced by their instructor(s) into intermediate. The intermediate class instruction will include but is not limited to the following; rigging, sail trim, wind reading, basic rules of the road, beginning racing, tactics, etc. Students are required to attend this class for 2 or more years prior to advancing to Advanced Racing.
3). Advanced Racing–Students must qualify (have been advanced by their instructor(s) into intermediate ) for Advanced Racing and are usually 15 – 18 yrs of age. Beyond what is taught in the Beginning and Intermediate classes, students learn to race competitively and from here are encouraged to take part in WCSC Centerboard races, other Junior races in the surrounding area, or even to continue their racing careers at the college level. (Advanced Racing is held on separate days)
4:) Cruising Class- Students of any age may attend the Cruising Class. This class also teaches the basics of rigging, sailing, safety, wind, weather, knots, docking, starting, stopping etc, but does so in a team environment with the instructors on the boat. These boats will be larger centerboard or keel boats.
WCSC Club Members - $85.00 per student
Non-Members - $220.00 per student
This fee includes:
- 5 days of instruction - Session 1 Class (either June 23rd or June 30tH), July 7, 8, 14 & 15
- 4 lunches (for students & volunteers)
- Snacks (for students & volunteers)
- Sail Camp T-shirt
- Ice Cream Social
- Certificates & Evaluations
If you are interested in volunteering for this year’s Junior Sail Camp, please contact Melissa Kaisner at firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than July 1st, 2017. We have several volunteer opportunities for kitchen help as well as ice, snacks, boat launch and haul out, setup, clean up, etc.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 WCSC Junior Sail Camp!!
Melissa Kaisner, Patrick Hopp, & Joe Martin
Melissa Kaisner Email: email@example.com/ Mobile (864) 630-6719
Patrick Hopp Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Mobile (706)988-4281
Joe Martin Email: email@example.com
2018-03-27 14:17:12 UTC
2018 Jr. Club Championships - Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 1st)
Rules and race details (NOR) below:
Western Carolina Sailing Club
Junior Championship 2018
Notice of Race/Sailing Instructions
Saturday of Labor Day Weekend
Rules - This regatta will be governed by RRS 2017-2020, the prescriptions of the US Sailing
Association and the sailing instructions.
Eligibility - Open to all WCSC Juniors. Junior eligibility ends the year of the 19 th birthday.
To clarify, if the sailor turns 19 between and including January 1 st or December 31 st of 2018
the sailor is not a Junior for the entire year of 2018. Junior sailor must have been eligible
for 2018 Junior Sailing Camp whether sailor attended or not.
Registration – Please send an e-mail confirming your intent to compete to Joe Martin at:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration deadline is Wednesday, August 29, 2018. There
Eligible Boats – The Junior Championship will be sailed in Lasers, 420s, Sunfish and Opti’s. The
Laser sailors may sail standard full rig, radial or 4.7. WCSC has several Laser Radial and
Laser 4.7 rigs for loaning on a first come basis. The 420 sailors may sail with or without a
spinnaker. Please advise as to what you will be sailing when registering.
Borrowed Boats – If you will need to borrow a boat for the races please contact me well in
advance so that appropriate plans can be made to secure boats.
Number of Races – Five will be attempted. One will count if weather does not cooperate.
September 1, 2018 - 1000 Competitors Meeting at the Tiki Deck in the main parking lot.
September 1, 2018 - 1100 First Race followed by additional races.
Starting Line/Course Marks – Starting line will be between the orange flag on the Race
Committee and a red sphere. The class flags and course marks will be identified and
reviewed at the Competitors meeting on Saturday.
Race Course – Windward –Leeward (W) or Windward-Leeward X 2 (W2). Course
description sheet will be provided at the Competitors meeting on Saturday. Course W or
W2 as well as the color and shape of the weather mark to be used will be displayed from
stern of the Race Committee boat prior to the starting sequence.
W - From Starting Line, to Windward Mark, to the Finish Line.
W2 - From Starting Line, to Windward Mark, to Leeward Mark, back to the Windward Mark,
Scoring – Depending on registration trophies will be awarded for all classes. The Junior
Championship will be scored using the Portsmouth Handicap System thereby allowing the
Overall Junior Champion to come from the Laser, 420 or Sunfish fleet. The low point
system will be used with no scores being discarded.