2016 Junior and Senior Finn Open European Championships

2016 Junior and Senior Finn Open European Championships
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Сроки проведения: 04.03.2016-12.03.2016
(включая дни приезда и отъезда)
Место проведения:

Barselona, Spain

Common information

2016 Junior and Senior Finn Open European Championships
UNIÓ DE FEDERACIONS ESPORTIVES DE CATALUNYA, FEDERACIÓ CATALANA DE VELA,
REIAL CLUB NÀUTIC DE BARCELONA, REIAL CLUB MARITIM DE BARCELONA, REAL
FEDERACIÓN ESPAÑOLA DE VELA
04 March 2016 to 12 March 2016
NOTICE OF RACE
1. Organizing Authority and Venue
1.1 The 2016 Junior and Senior Finn Open European Championships will be held from 04 March to 12
March, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.
1.2 The Organizing Authority is the Unió de Federacions Esportives de Catalunya, Federació Catalana de
Vela, Reial Club Nàutic de Barcelona, Reial Club Marítim de Barcelona, Real Federacion Española de
Vela in conjunction with the International Finn Association and the Spanish Finn Class Association.
2. Rules
2.1 The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) and the
International Finn Class Major Championship rules. These may be changed, where permitted, by the
sailing instructions.
2.2 ISAF Addendum Q will apply to Medal Races. The version to be used will be available on the ISAF
website on the first day of the event unless included in the sailing instructions.
2.3 No national authority prescriptions will apply.
2.4 If there is a conflict between languages, the English text will take precedence.
2.5 Boats may be required to display advertising chosen and supplied by the Organizing Authority. Such
advertising, if any, shall be displayed in accordance with the Sailing Instructions.
2.6 All competitors will be required to wear an adequate personal floatation device at all times while
afloat, except briefly while changing or adjusting clothing or personal equipment.
2.7 Boats will be required to display their national flag on their sail in accordance with the Class Rules.
2.8 Coach and support boat restrictions may be applied. These will be published in or with the Sailing
Instructions.
3. Eligibility and Entry
3.1 Eligible competitors shall be current members of an IFA recognised National Finn Association. They
shall complete on-site registration at the venue prior to 6 March 2016, unless the Organizing
Authority extends this date.
3.2 The entry quota of Part D “Entry System for IFA Official Championships” of the Finn Class Rules will
apply.
3.3 To be eligible for the Junior European Championship competitors shall not have been born before 1
January 1994.
3.4 Entries shall be submitted online prior to 1 February 2016, unless extended by the Organizing
Authority. The entry form is available at 2016.finneuropeans.org
3.5 The Entry Fee is EUR 200 and shall be paid in full by 1 February 2016 as detailed on the entry form.
3.6 An entry is not complete until any entry fees have been paid, the entry has been accepted by the
Organizing Authority and the International Finn Association, and registration has been completed.
3.7 Valid measurement certificates shall be presented or their existence verified at on-site registration
in accordance with RRS 78.2.
3.8 Coach and support boats will be required to register and pay a fee of EUR 50, be insured and comply
with local regulations to be permitted to use launching and berthing at the venue. Registration may
be completed on line through the event website. Payment is required by 1 February 2016.
4. Competition Format
4.1 Eleven races are scheduled, comprising a fleet series and a medal race or final race.
4.2 The ten boats ranked highest in the fleet series will be assigned to compete in the medal race, the
remaining boats will be assigned to compete in the final race.
4.3 This format may be changed with the approval of the IFA and will be specified in the Sailing
Instructions.
5. Event Schedule
5.1 The event schedule may be changed with the approval of the IFA and will be specified in the Sailing
Instructions, however, the days allocated for racing will not be changed.
Date Event Time Location
Friday , 04 March Measurement/Registration 10:00 – 18:00 Barcelona Internacional
Sailing Centre (BISC)
Saturday, 05 March Measurement/ Registration
Opening Ceremony
10:00 – 17:00
18:30
Sunday, 06 March Competitor’s Meeting 12:00
Practice Race 14:00
Monday, 07 March Racing (2 races scheduled)
First Warning Signal
12:00
Tuesday 08 March Racing (2 races scheduled)
First Warning Signal
12:00
Wednesday, 09
March
Racing (2 races scheduled)
First Warning Signal
12:00
Thursday, 10 March Racing (2 races scheduled)
First Warning Signal
12:00
Friday, 11 March Racing (2 races scheduled)
First Warning Signal
12:00
Saturday, 12 March Racing (1 race scheduled)
Medal Race and Final Race
First Warning Signal
12:00
Saturday , 12 March Closing Ceremony & Prize
Giving
ASAP
6. Schedule of Races and Attendance at Ceremonies
6.1 Two races are scheduled for each day of racing, except for the final day when the Medal Race &
Final Race are scheduled. An additional race may be scheduled on any day to enable the full
number of scheduled races to be sailed. A maximum of three races per day will be sailed. This
schedule may be changed to fit with any changes to NOR 4 and 5 permitted by the IFA.
6.2 Succeeding races will be started as soon as practicable after the finish of the previous races.
6.3 No warning signal will be made after 16 hours on Saturday 12 March.
6.4 All participants are requested by the International Finn Class and the Organizing Authority to attend
the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
7. Measurement
7.1 All boats shall undergo measurement of hulls, spars and sails as well as equipment checks according
the Finn Class Rules (including item 9 of “Finn Class Major Championship Rules”) unless otherwise
decided by the IFA Chief Measurer. All measured equipment will be identified for the Championship.
Only identified equipment may be used during the Championship.
7.2 Measurement and equipment checks may be made throughout the Regatta at the discretion of the
Class Representative, Race Committee or the International Jury.
8. Sailing Instructions
8.1 The Sailing Instructions (SI) will be available at on-site registration. A preliminary version may be
posted on the event website prior to this date.
9. Racing Area
9.1 The racing area is shown in Appendix A.
10. Courses
10.1 Courses will be as per the current IFA Championship Rules.
11. Scoring
11.1 Four races shall be completed to constitute a valid Championship.
11.2 Five races shall be completed in the fleet series before a medal race or final race are scheduled.
11.3 The Low Point Scoring system will be amended in the SI to account for medal races.
11.4 Scoring may be changed to fit with changes to NOR 4 and 5 permitted by the IFA
12. International Jury
12.1 An International Jury will be appointed in accordance with RRS Appendix N and perform the duties
listed in RRS N2.
12.2 Decisions of the Jury will be final as provided in RRS 70.5
13. Prizes
13.1 The class perpetual trophies will be awarded, including the winner of the European Championship.
The Organizing Authority will provide prizes for the top 10 boats overall and top 5 juniors. Prizes
will be awarded to the skippers finishing first in each race.
14. Insurance
14.1 Each participating boat shall be insured with valid third-party liability insurance with a minimum
cover of €2,000,000 or the equivalent thereof in any other currency for any one incident. By
entering the event each competitor declares that they hold such insurance.
14.2 Insurance may be obtained through the official insurance services offered by “Unió de Federacions
Esportives de Catalunya" & "Federació Catalana de Vela”.
15 Suport Boats and Personnel
15.1 All support boats shall be registered (see 3.8) with the Organizing Authority and will be required to
comply with local legislation and event support boat regulations. The Organizing Authority may
refuse registrations and accept later registrations at their sole discretion
15.2 All support boats shall clearly display the 3 letter national code of their ISAF Member National
Authority at all times while afloat. The minimum height for the letters shall be 200 mm and visible
from both sides of the boat.
15.3 Registered support boats shall act as rescue boats in case of need. If the Race committee hoists a
white flag with a red cross all the support boats will have to realize functions of rescue to the
orders of the Race committee (security Spanish laws). An addendum regarding "Safety Procedures
while racing"" will be published on the Sailing Instructions.
15.4 Support boats with team leaders, coaches and other support personnel shall stay outside areas
where boats are racing from the time of the starting sequence until all boats have finished or the
race committee signals a postponement, general recall or abandonment.
16. Media rights, cameras and electronic equipment.
16.1 By participating in the event, competitors automatically grant to the Organising Authority, and
their sponsors, the right in perpetuity to make, use and show, from time to time at their
discretion, any motion pictures and live, taped or filmed television and other reproductions of the
athlete during the period of the competition without compensation.
16.2.Boats may be required to carry cameras, sound equipment and positioning equipment as
specified by the Organising Authority.
16.3.The top three competitors as well as the individual race winners may be required to attend a
media press conference each day.
16.4.Competitors may be required for interviews at the regatta.
17. Disclaimer of Liability
17.1 Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk. See RRS 4, Decision to Race. The
Organizing Authority will require each competitor to sign a waiver for loss, damage or injury to
persons or properties occurring in conjunction with the regatta or on the Yacht Club premises. The
Organizing Authority and the International Finn Association, and their respective members,
employees, officers and/or agents shall not be responsible for any loss, damage or injury that may
occur to person or property whether ashore or at sea as a consequence of the participation of any
boat.
18. Information
For further information please contact:
Barcelona International Sailing Center
Moll de la vela s/n Parc del Forum
08930, Sant Adrià de Besós, Barcelona
Tel: +34 93 356 38 58
bisc@ufec.cat
APPENDIX A
Venue
The regatta will be held in Barcelona at the Barcelona International Sailing Center
Address: Barcelona International Sailing Center
Moll de la Vela, s/n (under photovoltaic cell)
08930 Sant Adrià de Besòs
Barcelona, España

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