Port Madison
Yacht Club

Round the Island Race

  • 09/26/2020
  • Bainbridge Island

Registration

Round the Island Race

UPDATEThe 2020 Round The Island Race results are available here: PMYC Around The Island Race Results 2020.pdf

We are thrilled to announce that PMYC’s annual Around Island Race is go for September 26th ! There will be some changes to the traditional format given the current environment but we’re hoping to see another great turnout this year.

Here are the key details:

  • For 2020, the race will be a single day race:  No overnight stop.
  • We will race counter-clockwise around the island, starting and finishing near Point Monroe.
  • We will have two main entry options:  1) Double-Handed and 2) Quaran-team (Kitsap County Phase 2 compliant - see definition below).  We plan to offer sub-divisional scoring (by rating band) and a cruising division if of interest.  
  • We will use the Kwindoo race app – racers and our super fans will be able to follow the race online in near real-time. https://www.kwindoo.com/.

Online registration is now closed.

Notice of Race can be found here: PMYC Around the Island Race 2020 NOR.pdf

Sailing Instructions can be found here: PMYC Around the Island Race 2020 Sailing Instructions.pdf

The current list of race participants as Thursday, 9/24/2020 (AM) is here: PMYC Round The Island Race 2020 Registrants.pdf

 If you have any questions or feedback, please contact race chair Ty Abrams: tye.abrams@gmail.com


Quaran-team

Phase 2

All activities in previous phases are allowed in addition to the following:

Recreation, sports and fitness: Outdoor recreation involving five or fewer people outside your household, camping (where open), beaches (where open).  Indoor sports and fitness facilities must provide 300 feet of distance between visitors. For large facilities, occupancy is limited to 25%. Certain indoor sports practice and training is allowed, but limited to no more than 5 athletes, and spectators are not allowed. Practice and competition for low contact sports, such as tennis, volleyball and league-play bowling, are allowed but participants are limited to no more than five per court and spectators are not allowed. Museums allowed at 25% capacity.

https://coronavirus.wa.gov/what-you-need-know/safe-start/whats-open-each-phase

 

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