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Sailing Instructions

As affiliated club of the Australian Radio Yachting Association (ARYA), Perth Radio Sailing Club and its members are obligated to abide by the ARYA Standard Sailing instructions. Click here to download a copy or from the ARYA website http://www.radiosailing.org.au/

PRSC also operates a rotating Race Officer on club sailing days when only one class is racing, unless we have a volunteer to co-ordinate the sailing.
PRSC highly recommends that each member have a good understanding of the ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing for 2017-2020 (RRS) as changed by Appendix E of the RRS - Radio Controlled Boat Racing Rules.

The club understands this takes time to learn but we highly recommend each member dedicating time to learning these rules as it will improve your sailing.

If your not sure about an interpretation ask one or a number of the members and have rule book available during the discussion. Everyone can and does learn something new.

PRSC also encourages a friendly atmosphere, even in the heat of battle we can behave like gentlemen.

Mixed Fleet Racing

As a rule, the IOM's will sail each Thursday as well as on Saturdays. The Ten Raters and A Class will be scheduled to sail on various Saturdays of the month, along with the IOMs.
On days when Ten Raters or A Class are programmed, members who have One Meter boats are welcome to attend and sail. Normally we will have two starts for one class - back to back, and then the other class will sail back to back races. The goal is to move quickly between races and keep the afternoon moving.
The skippers from the class not sailing will act as Race Officers and Observers (as well as cheer squad and hecklers!) for the other class.

After Sailing

At the conclusion of sailing, skippers are invited to stay at the lake for a time of fellowship. Bring a chair, a drink and join in the commeraderie.
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