Today's Open/Close Times based on tide predictions

DateClub TimelineSunsetLow Tide
Mon Mar 4 Late Open3:53 PM to 5:37 PM6:07 PM0.3 @ 12:59 PM

red means the Club will be closed. Note that current low tides are around 0.9 feet higher than predictions.

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Dinghy Racing

Event Calendar
Sunday March 19th 2023 10:00AM - 2:00PM


First race starts at 11am. Arrive at 10am or earlier to launch and rig boats. 
Sailing Instructions for CSC Races
Rules: 2021 racing rules of sailing. Be nice.
Entry: No pre-registration needed. Show up, rig a boat and race. Every boat racing must have a responsible person (skipper) aboard who has 1. a dinghy Junior rating 2. passed the CSC racing rules test. Any member or guest may crew.
Course: The course will usually be windward-leeward (1a/1b on this diagram) or Triangle (4b). If the wind is over 15kts or under 6kts, we’ll set a triangle, otherwise w/l. Subject to change; see skipper's meeting for details.
Signals: Starting signal will be 3-minute audible signals sounded by an electronic starting horn buoy (Ollie*). In case of equipment failure, a whistle may be used. The signals are described in detail here:
No starting penalties. If you start too soon, return to the pre-start side either through the line (“dip the line”) or around the end. Start/finish line is open; you may sail through it when not starting/finishing.
Rule 44.1 is modified. All fouls require a one-turn penalty only. Foul someone? Take a single penalty turn with a tack and a gybe. Touch a mark? Single turn (same as the official rules). Do both at the same time? Single turn. 
Scoring? Not usually. Sitting on a committee boat is no fun.