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Welcome to Moreton Bay Boat Club Social Sailing.

Coronavirus MBBC Sailing Announcement

Update 12/07/2020

COVID Safe Legalities

1. Every Skipper has a legal responsibility to keep a record of Crew
Members EVERY race. This MUST include FULL NAME and all three (3)
CONTACT DETAILS (physical address AND email AND phone number). How
Skippers keep these records is their choice, however without these you
cannot race. The records must be kept for 56 days. This is not a club
rule, it is as previously stated the Queensland Government regulations
for allowing competitive sailing.

2. Skippers must also report these details to the Sailing Section EVERY
race. You have Three (3) Options for reporting your crew details:

a. Attend the club house BEFORE THE RACE and complete the COVID Safe
Paper Record which includes an approval for the sailing section to
collect this information.

Or

b. Attend the club house IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE RACE and complete the
COVID Safe Paper Record

Or

c. Email sailing@mbbc.org.au by 12noon the day after the race with all
details.

The Sailing Section is required to keep these records for 56 days as
well.

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

1. Sign-on to race control (ECO) must happen every race BEFORE you start
the race. This can be done by radio log in OR at the clubhouse pre-race.
This is to ensure we know who is on the water.

2. *** NEW *** SIGN-OFF BY RADIO MUST HAPPEN AT THE END OF EVERY RACE.
This is to ensure we know you have finished and no one is left out on
the water or needs to be reported missing. Withdrawal from the race is
considered your sign off but you still must radio your retirement to
ECO. Skippers will be contacted if they do not sign off to check safety
of crew. If the Skipper cannot be contacted, concern for welfare will be
reported to the police.

We understand we are all adapting to many changes under the odd times
that have been this COVID19 pandemic. We hope to create an effective
system that helps us all get out on the water _and_ stay safe.

Thank you in anticipation of your continued co-operation.

Yours in Sailing

Jeff Croucher
President

Saturday Afternoon Good Sailing (SAGS) and Wednesday Afternoon Good Sailing (WAGS) events are social yacht races sailed as ‘pursuit’ races with a handicap start. Each yacht is allocated a start time before the event, based on past performance.

The aim is to have all yachts finish close together then socialise as a group at the Moreton Bay Boat Club lounge afterwards where results are announced and presentations made.

SAGS - Saturday Go Sailing WAGS - Wednesday Go Sailing

Members are encouraged to bring guests and enjoy the facilities and company at the Moreton Bay Boat Club lounge after these events.

MBBC SAGS Wags and TWI Sailing Instructions 2019

Garnet Rock Course

Bribie South Cardinal Course

Deception Bay Course 

This course can be sailed either taking all marks to port or all marks to starboard. The port course is shown.

Twilight Race Course

If you would like any further information on SAGS or WAGS or would like to get involved please click here https://mbbc.org.au/sailing-enquiry/

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