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Title: Finishing the Race The last 10 Miles Night and Day Finishing Finish Line Forms to be Submitted Ancho


1
Finishing the RaceThe last 10 MilesNight and
Day FinishingFinish LineForms to be
SubmittedAnchoring
2
Whats Different
  • You may finish at night
  • You may finish with 25-30 other boats at once
  • Race Committee doesnt know your boat
  • You may not be familiar with the area
  • Landmarks
  • Local wind conditions

3
If you go left after Punta Salsipuedes, you
will be sailing dead-downwind which is a slow
point of sail
WIND
Todos Santos
After passing Punta Salsipuedes, its often
faster to keep heading toward Todos Santos Island
and then later gybe across Todos Santos Bay to
the Finish Line.
4
Finishing at Night
  • Ensenada is a BIG CITY. Dont be fooled into
    heading for the lights of El Sauzal (north of
    Ensenada)
  • Look for the strobe lights on the Finish Boats
  • The wind often drains down the cliffs at night to
    give a bit of an offshore breeze, but there are
    rocks and kelp near shore
  • The wind in Todos Santos Bay typically dies at
    dusk.another reason to stay away from shore.

5
Finishing During the Day
  • Follow the faster boats finishing ahead of you
  • Watch for spinnaker take-downs
  • Use the NOSA GPS coordinates for the finish line
  • If its windy, there is often a traffic jam at
    the finish

6
  • FINISH LINE
  • (approximately)
  • 31.50.500 N
  • 116.38.350 W

7
Finish Line
  • Finish Line is between two yellow inflatable
    marks
  • One or both Finish Boats may be on-station

OFFSHORE All day Saturday Sunday AM
INSHORE Friday PM All day Saturday
8
Finish Boat
AMBER STROBE LIGHT will be located on each
Finish boat
9
Finishing
  • Race Finish Card
  • Have a crew member complete the Race Finish Card
  • Submit the Card at Race HQ at the Bahia Hotel as
    soon as possible after finishing.
  • Spinnaker Take-Down (not knock-down)
  • Helmsman concentration
  • Hold the boat dead downwind to lower spinnaker
  • Clear all lines hanging overboard
  • Start engine, find mooring area, anchor (or dock)

10
Race Finish Card(Use GPS Time)
NOSA RACE FINISH CARD NOSA USE
__________________________________________________
_____________ VESSEL NAME _______________________
______ SAIL _______________________ We
finished the race at _____________________ AM
PM on _________________ day ______ min ______
sec ahead was Vessel Name ______________ Sail
______________ ______ min ______ sec ahead was
Vessel Name ______________ Sail
______________ ______ min ______ sec behind was
Vessel Name ______________ Sail
_____________ ______ min ______ sec behind was
Vessel Name ______________ Sail
_____________ Name of Skipper ___________________
_________________________________________
11
Engine LogFor Cruise Class
NEW FORMAT
  • Must be submitted at Race HQ within 4 hours of
    finishing or by Sunday noon whichever is
    earliest

Engine Use is Restricted 8PM-8AM 12 hours maximum
for entire race
Minimum use is 30 minutes
12
Did Not Finish
  • If you started the race, but cannot finish, you
    must report that you are dropping out of the race
    no later than 1100 on Sunday.
  • At the Finish Line (stay outside of the finish
    line)
  • At Race HQ at the Bahia Hotel
  • By telephone at (949) 644-1023
  • After 1100 on Sunday, all boats that have not
    finished will be scored DID NOT FINISH (DNF).

13
Anchoring
ANCHORAGE
14
Anchoring
15
Trophy PresentationLocation and TimePerpetual
Trophies and MugsWinners Pennant
16
Whats Different
  • Race Status is posted on the NOSA web-site
    frequently
  • Photos of start, finish, and winners.
  • Trophy Presentation takes about 2 hours
  • Getting onto the stage to accept your trophy is a
    real challenge be at the entrance early

17
Trophy Presentation
  • Trophy Presentations are scheduled to begin at 2
    PM on Sunday in the courtyard of the Bahia Hotel.
  • Perpetual Trophies will only be presented to the
    Skipper, an appropriate alternate, or a Flag
    Officer of the Skippers Yacht club.

18
Trophy Presentation
  • NOSA presents trophies in a specific order. See
    schedule near Results Board for order of
    presentation.
  • Make your way to the stage entrance BEFORE your
    name is called

19
Trophy Presentation
  • Mugs
  • Up to 6 per class (depending on class size)
  • 24 classes - possible to award 144 mugs
  • Perpetual Trophies
  • 50
  • 1st Place gets a mug, a Perpetual Trophy and a
    Winners Pennant

20
Returning to the U.S.Clearing CustomsMasters
OathCustoms Decal
21
Whats Different
  • Its a long motor back to your dock
  • You will be entering the U.S. from a foreign
    country
  • What you have and who you have on your boat will
    be subject to inspection by U.S. Customs
  • You must submit a Masters Oath form at U.S.
    Customs

22
Masters Oath
  • Skipper must submit a Masters Oath at U.S.
    Customs in San Diego (Masters Oath in Skippers
    Packet)
  • This is the list of crew entering the U.S. on
    your boat (could be different than was submitted
    on Crew List)
  • DO NOT BYPASS San Diego

23
U.S. CustomsRe-Entering the USA
  • Vessels returning by trailer MUST have the
    Masters Oath signed by the U.S. Customs official
    at the point of entry, and it MUST be mailed to
    the San Diego Customs office at the address shown
    on the form.
  • Do NOT surrender this document. Make extra copies
    to leave at the border should it be necessary.
    NOSA suggests you keep a copy of the original
    signed form and note the date it was mailed to
    Customs.

24
Haul Out Trailer Boats
  • Baja Naval, S.A. de C.V.Av. de la Marina
    10,Zona CentroEnsenada,Baja California Mexico
    22800 e-mail marina_at_bajanaval.come-mail
    Boatyard diego_at_bajanaval.comPhone011 52 (646)
    174 0020
  • Fax011 52 (646) 174 0028
  • Check with Baja Naval for days and times
  • Monday is a holiday

25
U.S. CustomsRe-Entering the USA by Sea
  • You must clear Customs PRIOR to going to the fuel
    dock.
  • Vessels with non-U.S. citizens aboard MUST so
    declare, and will most likely be directed to tie
    up and present foreign individuals paperwork.
  • If your boat is 30 feet or greater, you will need
    a U.S. Customer Decal. Go to NOSA website for
    link to submit an electronic request

26
U.S. CUSTOMS
FUEL DOCKS
CAUTION Avoid the partially Submerged
Zuniga Jetty Keep Red Buoy 8 To Starboard
ZUNIGA JETTY
RED BUOY 8
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