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Each boat is assigned four crew members. Please list other participants you wish to crew with, understanding that this will be honored only if the same request is made in writing by each of the other parties listed here:
*Do you have any of these sailing school certifications?
US Sailing (USSA)American Sailing Association (ASA)RYA (Royal Yachting Association)Canadian Yachting Association (CYA, now Sail Canada)
Basic Keelboat 101Performance Sailing 102Basic Cruising 103Bareboat Cruising 104Coastal Navigation 105Coastal Passage Making 106Celestial Navigation 107Offshore Passage Making 108Performance Race Week 109Power Cruising on Powerboat 112Catamaran Endorsement 114Other
*What is your sex?
*Please indicate your Age
*Please indicate your Weight
Under 100100-115116-125126-140141-160161-180181-200201-250Over 250
*Which position(s) are you most comfortable doing on a sailboat? (Check all that apply)
*How many years have you raced sailboats?
*How many times did you race EACH YEAR in the past 2 years?
Every weekend during racing season20+ times10-19 times6-9 timesLess than 6 timesNone
*What type of racing have you done the most in the past two years?
Round the buoyWeekend overnightsLong distanceMix of round-the-buoy and overnights
*Which type and size boat(s) did you race on most in the past two years? (Check all that apply)
Dinghy (14’ or under)Small catamaran like Hobie CatOne design keelboat, PHRF or otherunder 20’20-25’26-30’Monohull yachtunder 30’31-35’36-45’46-59’50’ or overCatamaran yachtunder 30’31-35’36-45’46-59’50’ or over
*During the past two years, which roles have your done the most? (Check all that apply)
DriverTacticianForedeck crew, with spinnaker (symmetric)Foredeck crew with jennaker (asymmetric)Foredeck crew, no spinnaker/jennakersMidships/mainsheet trimmerJib trimmerNavigatorCookBallast/passenger
*If “driver” – how many starts did you do EACH YEAR in the past two years?
Every weekend during racing season20+ times10-19 times6-9 timesLess than 6 timesNone, one of my crew did the starts
*If you sail on boats with spinnakers, indicate which type of spinnaker you fly the most and which actions you are most comfortable doing? (Check all that apply)
SymmetricalAsymmetricalSettingJibingWindward douseLeeward douse
*Where have you raced the most in the last two years? (Check all that apply)
Great LakesSmall Inland LakeRiverEast Coast in Sounds/BaysEast Coast in AtlanticGulf of Mexico in Sounds/BaysGulf of Mexico in the GulfWest Coast in Sounds/BayWest Coast in PacificNew England CoastCoast of MaineNorthwest coastCanadian CoastEurope watersJapan, China or Far East watersOther
*If Other, Please write in:
*Which of these skills are you most comfortable doing aboard? (Check all that apply)
Steering/helmingOn all points of sailIn heavy seas and strong windsUsing a GPS to plot a courseReading and using nautical charts to plot your courseDocking a boat alongside in varied wind conditions and directions as helmspersonAnchoring a boat as helmspersonIn windy conditionsIn crowded harborsKnowing when and how to reef the main and reduce sail areaAs helmspersonAs crewManeuvering under power as helmspersonIn windy conditionsIn crowded harborsAssisting as crew, handling and cleating linesDocking alongside or bow/stern inAnchoringUnderstanding and using the Rules of the Road (Col Regs) to avoid potential collisions with sailboats under sail, sailboats under power, power boats and commercial vessels in channels and open waters, vessels under tow and other situations
*Rank what is most important to you about taking a racing course (1 least important, 5 most important)
To win races as skipper when I get back home
To win races as crew when I get back home
To learn how to race more competitively
Just to learn how to race
To generally improve my sailing skills
To have fun on a sailing vacation
*What type of crew do you like to race with most?
Highly competitiveModerately competitiveEasy going, not competitive
*Please answer the following general sailing and racing questions
Which of these knots are you comfortable tying:
When sailing upwind are your sails:
Which of these are the five points of sail:
If the leeward jib telltale is fluttering, do you:
A wind shift towards the bow is called a:
When you boat is hit by a puff of wind, does the apparent wind go:
Is a starting sequence:
Is the “Zone” around the mark:
Are those boat lengths measured by:
When you enter a harbor in U.S. waters should the green buoy be to your:
If your course heading is 225° are you sailing:
Does the apparent wind change with the boat’s speed and direction?
Have you calculated a Course to Steer (CTS) and Estimated Position (EP)?
*Please tell us about your health and physical capabilities?
Do you have any physical problems that would make it difficult for you to:
Are you currently going through treatment for an illness or have you had any major impairments such as a stroke, heart attack, or an injury that limits your flexibility, strength and ability to move about the boat with ease?:
Are you fully-vaccinated against COVID-19?
*Other information needed
Unisex polo shirt size:
Womens polo shirt size:
*Arrival and departure information
If you have access to other accommodations (a vacation home, friends nearby) and are not purchasing that portion of the package, please tell us where you will be staying
*Emergency Contact Information
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