Welcome to South Pacific Laser Masters Volunteers!
Thank you for putting your hand up and time forward for the South Pacific Laser Masters 2018. You have signed up to be a part of this exciting event from the 13th July to the 16th July, 2018. As an RQYS volunteer your name has been added to our online rosters and on an easier-to-view spreadsheet (see below). The Notice of Race (NOR) is available here South Pacific Laser Masters and the Sailing Instructions are here.
On the first day of this event your report time will be 1.5 hours before the 1st Warning Signal as defined in the Sailing Instructions. This is because we will have a more comprehensive Volunteer briefing. From thereafter your report time will be 1.5 hours beforehand. This gives everyone a chance to have a briefing with the Race Officers at the start of the day and get ready to go onto the water. You will receive a reminder to be at the RQ for the daily briefing approximately 24 hours before your report time.
Please be aware that the weather conditions may prompt an earlier start time than planned. We will notify you via the roster system email and by text if this is the case. We will endeavor to do this as close to 24 hours ahead of time if possible.
Check the spreadsheet below to make sure I have you in the correct role, on the correct days. The spreadsheet is in DRAFT format until I am sure nothing will change. Please be aware, changes may occur leading up to the events. I will be sending out more information regarding your role, etc. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me on 07 3396 8666 or email email@example.com.
Role descriptions are also available – if you are on a Start or Finish boat please review the videos on this page http://www.rqys.com.au/volunteer-training-portal/ they will help explain how the RQYS manages racing. If you are a course layer or a crew on a course boat, please read the role description here: RQYS Volunteers Course Laying Duties
Each volunteer should bring the following:
- Any personal medications you might need during your time on the water or on shore.
- If you have any special conditions, such as epilepsy or heart conditions, you have allergies and carry an Epipen, please let others around you know of these or any other medical concerns so they may properly assist in an emergency.
- Sun block (SPF 30+ recommended)
- Weather appropriate clothing. Remember it is cooler on the water and in the wind. A windbreaker, jacket or wet weather gear is suggested.
- A reusable water bottle (One will be provided to you if you don’t have one)
- Hat and sunglasses
and if you are on one of the Mark Laying boats…
- PFD (if you own one, if not we have some at the RQYS)
- Work/sailing gloves are useful if you are hauling anchors.
- A change of clothing
Rosters updated as at 1600hrs 14.7. 2018
|Report: 11:30am||Report: 10:30am||
|Friday 13th July||Saturday 14th July||Sunday 15th July||Monday 16th July|
|Start – FRIZZELL||Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4|
|Race Officer||Guy Morton||Guy Morton||Guy Morton||Guy Morton|
|Skipper||David Kemp||David Kemp||David Kemp||David Kemp|
|Crew||Yvonne Walsh||Yvonne Walsh||Yvonne Walsh||Yvonne Walsh|
|Crew||Annette Hodgen||Annette Hodgen||Esther Kelemen||Esther Kelemen|
|Crew||Nanette Brook||Nanette Brook||Nanette Brook|
|Alpha Top||STEFAN 1|
|Skipper||David Bagnall||David Bagnall||David Bagnall||David Bagnall|
|Crew||Mike Fowler||Femme Rounds||Victor Manuel Sepulveda C||Victor Manuel Sepulveda C|
|Alpha Start Pin & Inner Gates||STEFAN 4|
|Skipper||Robert Preston||Tony DiBetta||Marcus Schoutrop||Robert Preston|
|Crew||Peter Lahanas||Dave Jackson||Lindsay Juniper||Mike Fowler|
|Alpha Mark 5 & Outer Gates||GIRDIS|
|Skipper||Don Murray||Don Murray||Don Murray||Don Murray|
|Crew||Max Irvin||Gerhard Meyers||Peter Lahanas||Paul Collis|