RACE OFFICE


This is electronic home of the Annapolis Yacht Club Race Office.   Most regattas at Annapolis Yacht Club support electronic submission of protests, requests for redress, penalty acceptances, and scoring inquiries - but check the sailing instructions of the specific event.  

Open a form using Adobe Reader or Acrobat. You might want to download it first by right-click'ing on the relevant link.  If you are having trouble getting your browser to "play nice" with our forms, click here for help from Adobe.

Once filled out, we suggest you save the form locally and then use the submit button in the form to submit it.  Or, you can email the form to raceoffice@annapolisyc.org.   You should receive an automated acknowledgement as soon as our race office gets the form.  A human member of the race office will also follow-up as necessary.

 
 Document Name (click on name to download) Purpose
Race Committee Documents 
2019 AYC Standard Sailing Instructions inc. Amendment No. 1
SI Amendment No. 1
These sailing instructions apply, in combination with an event-specific SI supplement to many of AYC's drop-marks regattas.   They only apply to events where the notice of race for the event so states.  
Scoring Inquiry Form
 If you believe that you have been incorrectly scored in a race (such as given a DNC when you know your finished, or scored in the wrong place), you should file a Scoring Inquiry Form.  
 Protest Committee Documents 
Penalty Acceptance Form
Wednesday Night / Frostbite
The AYC Frostbite and Wednesday Night Racing regattas replace the normal Turns Penalty with a set of Scoring Penalties that vary depending on the type of rule infraction.  We have a special WNR/FB Penalty Acceptance Form to help you (and the race office) determine the appropriate penalty.
Penalty Acceptance Form
Post-Race
 
(for events other than WNR and Frostbite)
At most other AYC regattas, you may be able take a post-race penalty when you did not take an appropriate penalty at the time of the incident (under RRS Appendix T or V).   To do so, you should will need to submit a standard Penalty Acceptance Form.

Protest or Request for Redress Form

A protest is an allegation that a boat has broken a rule. See the definition Protest in the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS).  Similarly, a request for redress is a claim that a boat's score was made worse by an error of the race committee (and others).  

Both require a form to be submitted in writing and it can be the same form.  You should consult your rulebook, especially RRS 61 and 62 for guidance on how do this right.  

Paper copies of the forms are usually available at the Front Desk of AYC's Main Clubhouse (2 Compromise Street) and at the Committee Room/Race Office on the 3rd deck of the new Sailing Center (510 Severn Avenue).  SI's may state other locations.   Note that the hours when the Race Office at the Sailing Center is open is still evolving.  Typically, it will be open during the typical post-race protest filing periods for regattas.

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