MSSA 2019 Race Schedule & Results

Here's the Race schedule for 2019, with committee boats as indicated. Click on the event name for the results.

  • For a PDF version of this schedule, click here.
  • For a PDF version of the Sailing Instructions, click here.
  • For a PDF version of the Race Committee Responsibilities guide, click here.
  • For PHRF Regulations, click here.
  • For the MSSA PHRF Database, click here.

 

Date Day Time Name Committee Boat Dist. Time Notes
May 11
Sat
15:00
Barrister Cup Self Start 10-15 5 1,6,12,19
May 16
Thu
19:00
Spring Series 1 Osprey 3-5 2.5 1,2
May 23
Thu
19:00
Spring Series 2 That's Ridiculous 3-5 2.5 1,2
May 30
Thu
19:00
Spring Series 3
R JMS 3-5 2.5 1,2
June 6
Thu
19:00
Spring Series 4 Zara 3-5 2.5 1,2
June 13
Thu
19:00
Spring Series 5 Windborne  3-5 2.5 1,2
June 15 Sat 10:00 Long Distance Race Self Start 15-30 N/A 1,9,12,19
June 16 Sun 10:00 Father's Day Race Mood Music 3-5 3 1,14,19
June 20
Thu
19:00
Spring Series 6 Lively Up 3-5 2.5 1,2
June 23
Sun
10:00
Pro Am Race & Raftup 1 Road Runner 3-5 2.5 1,17
June 23-28
Thu
  Block Island Race Week Storm Trysail Club   
June 24
Mon
19:00
Double Handed Series 1 Anomaly 3-5 2.5 1,13
June 27
Thu
19:00

Spring Series 7

Deep Blue C 3-5 2.5 1,2
SPRING SERIES OVERALL
June 29
Sat
20:00
Middle Ground Night Race Self Start 10-20 N/A 1,10,12,18
July 8 Mon 19:00 Double Handed Series 2 Coyote 3-5 2.5 1,13
July 11
Thu
19:00
Summer Series 1 Lena 3-5 2.5 1,3,15
July 15 Mon 19:00 Double Handed Series 3 Catch the Wind 3-5 2.5 1,13
July 18
Thu
19:00
Summer Series 2 Deep Blue C  3-5 2.5 1,3
July 20 Sat 13:00

PJYC Port Jeff Harbor Cup

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PJYC 3-5 2.5 1,15,16
July 21 Sun 10:00 Pro Am Race & Raftup 2 Road Runner  3-5 2.5 1,17
July 22
Mon
19:00
Double Handed Series 4 Akula 3-5 2.5 1,13
July 25
Thu
19:00
Summer Series 3 Three G's/Boney 3-5 2.5 1,3
Jul 25-28
Thu
  Around Long Island Regatta Sea Cliff YC  
July 29
Mon
19:00
Double Handed Series 5 Nighthawk 3-5 2.5 1,13

Aug 1

Thu
19:00
Summer Series 4 Bluzer  3-5 2.5 1,3
Aug 5
Mon
19:00
Double Handed Series 6 Kathryn  3-5 2.5 1,13
Aug 8 Thu 19:00 Summer Series 5 Organized Chaos 3-5 2.5 1,3
August 10 Sat 10:00 Single Handed Race Self Start  3-5 N/A 1,8
Aug 12
Mon
19:00
Double Handed Series 7 Blue Moon 3-5 2.5 1,13
Aug 15 Thu 19:00 Summer Series 6 Spiritus  3-5 2.5 1,3
Aug 24
Sat
10:00
Flax Pond Race / Fun Day Self Start 11 N/A 1,11,12,19
Aug 25 Sun 15:00 Ladies Day Race Dolcetto  3-5 4 1,4
Aug 19
Mon
19:00
Double Handed Series 8 Outlier 3-5 2.5 1,13
DOUBLEHANDED SERIES OVERALL
Aug 22
Thu
19:00
Summer Series 7 Six Degrees 3-5 2.5 1,3
Aug 29
Thu
19:00
Summer Series 8 Mood Music 3-5 2.5 1,3
SUMMER SERIES OVERALL
Sep 8
Sun
10:00
Fall Jackrabbit Series 1 Self Start 10-20 N/A 1,5,12
Sep 14
Sat
10:00
Fall Jackrabbit Series 2 Self Start 10-20 N/A 1,5,12
Sep 21
Sat
11:00

ACS Regatta Race/Party

MSSA 5-10 TBD 1,7,15
Sep 29
Sun
10:00
Fall Jackrabbit Series 3 Self Start 10-20 N/A 1,5,12
Oct 5
Sat
10:00
Fall Jackrabbit Series 4 Self Start 10-20 N/A 1,5,12
Sep 28
Sat
  Whitebread Race Peconic Bay SA  
Oct 5
Sat
  Greenport Ocean Race Chinese Yacht Club
Old Cove Yacht Club
  
Oct 13
Sun
10:00
Fall Jackrabbit Series 5 Self Start 10-20 N/A 1,5,12

 

Race Notes:

  1. See "Sailing Instructions" for starting procedures, course marks, finish, etc. Contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.
  2. The Spring Series is a best 5 out of 7 event. If any races are abandoned or otherwise not sailed, the series will be 4 out of 6, 3 out of 5, 3 out of 4, or 2 of 3. Beyond that the remaining 2 races will be scored and awards issued as individual races. There will be a social gathering, "Fleet Night", following each race in the picnic area adjacent to "I" dock (next to the Tower).
  3. The Summer Series is a best 6 out of 8 event. If any races are abandoned or otherwise not sailed, the series will be 5 out of 7, 4 out of 6, 3 out of 5, 3 out of 4, or 2 of 3. Beyond that the remaining 2 races will be scored and awards issued as individual races. There will be a social gathering, "Fleet Night", following each race in the picnic area adjacent to "I" dock (next to the Tower).
  4. For the Ladies Day race, a female must start and finish the race as well as helm at least 50% of the time. This is a one-day, one-race, Non-Spinnaker event. Will be taking place in conjunction with PJYC on PJYC course.
  5. For Fall Series races see course, starting times, and other information in "Section VIII Jackrabbit Race" in the sailing instructions. This series is a best 4 out of 6 event. If any single race is abandoned or otherwise not sailed, the series will be 3 out of 5, then 3 out of 4. Beyond that the remaining 2 races will be scored and awards issued as individual races.
  6. Courses for the Barrister Cup race should be designated for all divisions as follows:
    Course Marks Comments
    "A" (A)JFCA All marks to port
    "B" (Y)AFCA Pass the 1st "A" to starboard, all other marks to port
    "C" (A)CFJA All marks to starboard
    "D" (A)TCFA Pass "T" to port, all other marks to starboard
    Note: () indicates starting mark.
  7. There will be a party at MSYC after the race.
  8. Only one person is allowed on the boat with no restrictions. Self-steering and spinnakers are permitted. Spinnaker and non-spinnaker are combined and scored together.
  9. This will be the 30th annual long distance race. Although this is a Self Start there will be a race officer on one of the boats who will be responsible for choosing the course. The course will be announced on Channel 68.
  10. Suggested courses for the Middle Ground Night Race are as follows. Any other course used must include "F" mark and only lighted marks.
    Course Divisions Marks Notes
    "A" All Div. (Y)RFG all marks to port / "R" to starboard
    "B" All Div. (Y)AFCG all marks to port / "Y", "A" to starboard
    "C" All Div. (Y)ACFG All marks to starboard / "G" to port
    "D" All Div. (Y)OCFG All marks to starboard / "Y" and "G" to port
    Note: () indicates starting mark. See section III.G for definition of the MARKS.
  11. The Flax Pond Race is a one-race event. Boats will use the self-start procedure described in Note 12. Your finish time will be determined when a crew member is standing on the beach at the foot of the east jetty at the entrance to Flax Pond. If your crew member goes in for the finish by dinghy, s/he must not use a motor. Record your own time, announce your time on VHF 68 and report your time to our club scorer (email preferred) within 72 hours.
  12. These races will begin with a "Self Start".
    • For the Middle Ground Night Race (Course "A") - boats will be positioned such that they are EAST of club mark "Y" and are behind an imaginary line 0 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "Y".
    • For the Middle Ground Night Race (Course "B", "C") - boats will be positioned such that they are NORTH of club mark "Y" and are behind an imaginary line 90 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "Y".
    • For the Middle Ground Night Race (Course "D") - boats will be positioned such that they are NORTH of club mark "Y" and are behind an imaginary line 270 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "Y".
    • For Fall Jackrabbit Series (Course "A", "E") - boats will be positioned such that they are WEST of club mark "A" and are behind an imaginary line 180 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "A".
    • For Fall Jackrabbit Series (Course "B", "C", "D", "F") - boats will be positioned such that they are EAST of club mark "A" and are behind an imaginary line 180 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "A".
    • For Mattituck Race/Cruise - boats will be positioned such that they are WEST of club mark "A" and are behind an imaginary line 180 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "A".
    • For Flax Pond - boats will be positioned such that they are EAST of club mark "A" and are behind an imaginary line 180 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "A".
    • For the Long Distance Race - boats will be positioned such that they are EAST or WEST of club mark "A" and are behind an imaginary line 180 degrees magnetic that intersects club mark "A", whichever side is on the opposite side from the first mark.
    At the designated time of the race boats will begin racing and may sail to the course side of the line. Boats will not be penalized for crossing the line during maneuvers prior to the designated start time, but must cross to the course side of the line at or after the designated time of the race. Boats should communicate with one another in order to synchronize to GPS time. One boat can be a designated timekeeper, signaling all that the race has begun. You must record your own time, announce your time on VHF 68 and report your time to the club scorer (email preferred) within 24 hours.
  13. Only two people are allowed on the boat. Self-steering and spinnakers are permitted. This series is a best 6 out of 8 event. If any races are abandoned or otherwise not sailed, the series will be 5 out of 7, 4 out of 6, 3 out of 5, 3 out of 4, or 2 of 3. Beyond that the remaining two races will be scored and awards issued as individual races. This series is not part of the High Point award. You must declare at your first race of this series that you are spinnaker or non-spinnaker. After that, for this series, you can not change. You do not need to display the "C" flag.
  14. Father's Day Race  - This is an unrestricted race, so spinnakers are permitted.
  15. This race also counts for the MSSA/PJYC 4-race series. Non MSSA boats will not be included in the regular season series. 3 of the 4 races count for the MSSA-PJYC Friendship Series.
  16. See the PJYC Sailing Instructions for starting procedures, course marks, finish, etc. Contact the Vice Commodore for a copy, or look on the PJYC website.
  17. Pro/Am Race - An amateur must start and finish the race on his/her boat as well as helm at least 50% of the time. Definitions used are as follows:
    • Amateur: Someone who has not won a race, trophy, or series; persons who may regularly crew, but not helm a racing yacht.
    • Pro: Someone who can help you get better at racing and sailing in general.
    This is a one-day, one-race, non-spinnaker event.
  18. This is a High Point Race. Awards will be as specified in Section IV, Trophies. Additionally they will also be scored by division for the purpose of the High Point only.
  19. This race will be scored Spinnaker and non-spinnaker with no divisions.