Dave has rented a covered trailer - 7' wide by 16' long, $170+tax. Jeannette will tow the covered trailer. The trailer is better than the cube van because she can drop the trailer and then drive back to where she is camping.

Reminder: We are moving the cars Friday afternoon. We won't be able to do it Saturday morning.

Jason has arranged for one of the cabins at Hay Bay. Those who have already asked for a spot, please re confirm so that I can let others know how many free spots we have. There are 8 beds total. $57 CASH ONLY directly to Hay Bay.

2018 Around PEC Long Distance Race

FINAL Results

Sailed: 3, Discards: 0, To count: 3, Rating system: SCHRS, Entries: 8, Scoring system: Appendix A
Rank Class SailNo Club HelmName CrewName SCHRS R1 R2 R3 Total Nett
1st Taipan F16 226 Mississauga Sailing Club Karen-Ann Xavier Daniel Schneider 1.028 6.0 1.0 2.0 9.0 9.0
2nd Nacra 500 4568 Nepean Sailing Club Greg Johnson Jon Taylor 1.119 3.0 6.0 1.0 10.0 10.0
3rd Nacra F18 1670 Nepean Sailing Club Joshua Foster Andre L. 1.00 1.0 3.0 9.0 DNC 13.0 13.0
4th FX-One 599 Champlain Sailing Club Brian Burell Devan Reid 1.043 7.0 5.0 3.0 15.0 15.0
5th Nacra F18 672 Nepean Sailing Club Joaquin Fayat David Bradley 1.00 5.0 2.0 9.0 DNF 16.0 16.0
6th Nacra F18 1255 Water Rats Sailing Club David Antognini Jason Ellis 1.00 4.0 4.0 9.0 DNC 17.0 17.0
7th Falcon F16 USA 232 Champlain Sailing Club Jason Lewis Beata Sejane 1.028 2.0 8.0 9.0 DNC 19.0 19.0
8th Nacra F17 CAN 600 Etobicoke Yacht Club Stephen Stelmach   1.071 8.0 7.0 9.0 DNF 24.0 24.0

R1

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
Rank Class SailNo Club HelmName CrewName SCHRS Elapsed Corrected Points
1 Nacra F18 1670 Nepean Sailing Club Joshua Foster Andre L. 1.00 4:06:00 4:06:00 1.0
2 Falcon F16 USA 232 Champlain Sailing Club Jason Lewis Beata Sejane 1.028 4:19:00 4:11:57 2.0
3 Nacra 500 4568 Nepean Sailing Club Greg Johnson Jon Taylor 1.119 4:45:15 4:14:55 3.0
4 Nacra F18 1255 Water Rats Sailing Club David Antognini Jason Ellis 1.00 4:15:00 4:15:00 4.0
5 Nacra F18 672 Nepean Sailing Club Joaquin Fayat David Bradley 1.00 4:20:00 4:20:00 5.0
6 Taipan F16 226 Mississauga Sailing Club Karen-Ann Xavier Daniel Schneider 1.028 4:31:05 4:23:42 6.0
7 FX-One 599 Champlain Sailing Club Brian Burell Devan Reid 1.043 4:58:30 4:46:12 7.0
8 Nacra F17 CAN 600 Etobicoke Yacht Club Stephen Stelmach   1.071 6:01:02 5:37:06 8.0

R2

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
Rank Class SailNo Club HelmName CrewName SCHRS Elapsed Corrected Points
1 Taipan F16 226 Mississauga Sailing Club Karen-Ann Xavier Daniel Schneider 1.028 3:45:03 3:38:55 1.0
2 Nacra F18 672 Nepean Sailing Club Joaquin Fayat David Bradley 1.00 3:40:15 3:40:15 2.0
3 Nacra F18 1670 Nepean Sailing Club Joshua Foster Andre L. 1.00 3:51:50 3:51:50 3.0
4 Nacra F18 1255 Water Rats Sailing Club David Antognini Jason Ellis 1.00 4:04:40 4:04:40 4.0
5 FX-One 599 Champlain Sailing Club Brian Burell Devan Reid 1.043 4:16:02 4:05:29 5.0
6 Nacra 500 4568 Nepean Sailing Club Greg Johnson Jon Taylor 1.119 4:56:34 4:25:02 6.0
7 Nacra F17 CAN 600 Etobicoke Yacht Club Stephen Stelmach   1.071 4:56:08 4:36:30 7.0
8 Falcon F16 USA 232 Champlain Sailing Club Jason Lewis Beata Sejane 1.028 4:46:27 4:38:39 8.0

R3

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
Rank Class SailNo Club HelmName CrewName SCHRS Elapsed Corrected Points
1 Nacra 500 4568 Nepean Sailing Club Greg Johnson Jon Taylor 1.119 2:40:00 2:22:59 1.0
2 Taipan F16 226 Mississauga Sailing Club Karen-Ann Xavier Daniel Schneider 1.028 2:28:00 2:23:58 2.0
3 FX-One 599 Champlain Sailing Club Brian Burell Devan Reid 1.043 3:12:00 3:04:05 3.0
4 Nacra F18 672 Nepean Sailing Club Joaquin Fayat David Bradley 1.00 DNF   9.0
4 Nacra F17 CAN 600 Etobicoke Yacht Club Stephen Stelmach   1.071 DNF   9.0

Sailwave Scoring Software 2.25.4
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Don't have a picture handy, but I use a hook setup.

1. Chicken line dead-ends to rudder pintle.
2. Chicken line is lead through small single block.
3. Hook is tied to end of line.
4. Bungee is dead-ended to opposite side of rear beam, led through beam, then tied to single block, sucking middle of chicken line into beam.

The opening on the Infusion rear beam is large enough that the hook can be sucked all the way into the beam. To prevent this, you can put a ball or donut in front of the hook. I have a ball that is still small enough to go into the beam, so if I want to use the chicken lines I just tape over part of the beam opening. Otherwise, I leave the hooks inside the beam so they can't snag anything.

I use hooks because because I don't have a place to mount cleats on my harness. I hook to the trap ring so if we go over I have nothing extra attaching me to the boat.

 

Registering? Send us your picture and sail number and we will add it below.

PEC Who's Coming

CLASS & SAIL NUMBER

Karen-Ann Xavier/Daniel Schneider

Mississauga, Ontario

Taipan F16  226

Stephen Stelmach

Etobicoke, Ontario

Nacra F17  CAN 600

David Antognini/Jason Ellis

Mississauga, Ontario

Nacra F18  1255

Greg Johnson/Jon Taylor

Ottawa, Ontario

Nacra 500 - Sula Bassana  4568

Jason Lewis/Beata Sejane

Whitby/Toronto, Ontario

Falcon F16  USA 232

Brian Burrell/Devan Reid

Orillia, Ontario

FX-One - Hobie Won  599

Joaquin Fayat /David Bradly

Ottawa, Ontario

Nacra F18 - Habana 672

Joshua Foster /Andre L.

Ottawa, Ontario

F18 - Dual Tactics  1670

Start Address: Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens, 8 Couch Crescent, Trenton, ON K8V 1G8

  • From the 401 take the Glen Miller Rd exit 526 toward County Rd-4/CFB Trenton/Trenton, then turn left onto Glen Miller Rd.
  • Glen Miller Rd becomes Sidney St, Sidney St becomes Princess St.
  • Turn right onto South St, South St becomes Couch Cres.

Friday - Prep day

  • Leave Toronto Friday morning early.
  • Arrive downtown Trenton, set up boat.
  • Take car/trailer to final destination - Wellington Beach, Wellington. Leave car/trailer and get a ride back to starting point.
  • 7pm dinner with the group and race meeting at the Port Bistro Pub, 21 Front St., Trenton.

Saturday - Day1 - Trenton to Hay Bay

  • 8am - Arrive at the launch site.
  • 10am - Put all the gear that you want transported in the trailer.
  • 11am - Launch boats.
  • Race starts on the water at 12:00pm at the last set of channel marks going into Trenton. Start will be on time!
  • Arrive Perfect Vue Resort, Hay Bay. 4159 County Road 9, Napanee, ON. 613.354.3001, contact is Joann Robins. Please reserve cabin ($57/person) or camping ($35/tent). They have BBQs and lots of room for camping. perfectvueresort.com

Sunday - Day2 - Hay Bay to Waupoos (Smiths Bay/South Bay)

  • 9am - rig boat
  • 10am - load gear into trailer
  • 11am - Le Mans start in waist deep water. The finishing order from the previous day will determine the starting lineup.
  • Arrive Accommodating Bay Campground, Waupoos. 613.476.4734, contact is Laura Anthony. accommodatingbay.com

Monday - Day3 - South Bay to Wellington Beach, Wellington

  • 9am - rig boat
  • 10am - load gear into trailer
  • 11am - Le Mans start in waist deep water. The finishing order from the previous day will determine the starting lineup.

Note: If the weather is intense the course could be subject to change - to around Timbre Island and back to South Bay.


SATURDAY Breakfast

  • Muffins (lemon cranberry)
  • Cereal – bran w raisins serve w cranberry juice and avoid milk!
  • Yogurt – Greek Iogo (variety pack w different flavours)
  • Orange juice

SATURDAY Lunch (on Water)

  • Large tetrapack juice (apple or cranberry)
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Wraps – rice w chicken
  • Peaches or apples
  • Snack bars – granola w nuts, raisin and yogurt coating

SATURDAY Dinner

  • Stuffed pork tenderloin – pre-cooked and frozen
  • Baked sweet potatoes (pre cooked in foil)
  • Corn on the cob, wrapped in foil
  • Oatmeal raisin cookies

SUNDAY Breakfast

  • Muffins (lemon cranberry)
  • Cereal – bran with raisins
  • Yogurt – Greek Iogo
  • Orange juice

SUNDAY Lunch (on water)

  • Large tetrapack juice (apple or cranberry)
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Wraps – rice with chicken
  • Peaches or apples
  • Snack bars – granola w nuts, raisin and yogurt coating

SUNDAY Dinner

  • Chicken Tournedos wrapped with bacon strips.  Partial pre-cooked and freeze in foil
  • Baked sweet potatoes (partially cooked in foil with olive oil)
  • Corn on the cob wrapped in foil
  • Oatmeal raisin cookies
  • Bananas

Extras- Havarti cheese with plain crackers

MONDAY Breakfast

  • Muffins (lemon cranberry)
  • Cereal – bran with raisins
  • Yogurt – Greek Iogo
  • Cranberry juice

MONDAY Lunch: (on water)

  • Large tetrapack juice (apple or cranberry)
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Wraps – rice w chicken
  • Peaches or apples
  • Snack Bars – granola w nuts, raisin & yogurt coating

Food

  • A full size cooler with meals for Saturday, Sunday, Monday. Things that can be cooked on a barbecue work well.
  • BBQ, bbq lighter and tongs to serve.
  • Cooler filled with lots of ice and big jugs of water.
  • Ziploc bags and aluminum foil.
  • Kettle electric if plug-ins available or stainless steel saucepan for water heating on BBQ.
  • Dish soap and kitchen towels.
  • Plastic dishes or aluminum pie pans and plastic cups.
  • Cutlery including sharp knife.

Sailing Gear

  • When you are on the water for a long time, you get colder than you would expect. Especially if there is a lot of spray, or if we are on the water until sundown (it has happened in the past).
  • Sailing gloves, hat, good sunglasses, sunscreen.
  • Bring spare hat(s), sunglasses as if you capsize you may lose hat and sunglasses.
  • Water Bottles (stainless steel is best) with lanyard to tie on boat.
  • 100' line tied to small anchor.
  • Sailing knife attached to harness with blunt end.

Electronics

GPS. Cell phone. VHF (we will operate on 69).

Camping Gear for Saturday night, Sunday night

  • Tent, drop cloth, air mattress, air pump, sleeping bag, pillow.
  • Flashlight with extra batteries.
  • Towels, toiletries, first aid kit.

Big plastic bins with a lid are the best for packing your things. Label your bin with your name. And use a piece of line to tie the lid onto the bin, to ensure it doesn't spill in the trailer.


Best places to stay Friday night

Ramada Inn TRENTON - $249/night
99 GLEN MILLER ROAD
TRENTON, ON K8V 5P8
Tel: 613-394-4855
For reservations: 1-800-854-9517

Motel 6 - $128/night
5 rooms left, non smoking, 2 queen size beds per room.

Travelodge $200/night

Trenton Park Motel - 1 room left at $120/night

Guest Inn - I room left at $120/night