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South Cerney Race Officers Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Terri Hodges & Gary Butler
01:07:18
Great advice! Murphy is alive and well…….
Barry.Wicks
01:09:16
Take a wind indicator or burgee as this will give you a better idea of direction
Gary Morris
01:11:44
There is a mooring for the committee Boat on the lake, the white buoy. Can be useful.
Terri Hodges & Gary Butler
01:12:58
Racers as customers a great way to think of it!
Gary Morris
01:34:45
If you don,t need to move the committee boat you can use average laps
Jack Vincent
01:35:21
Opinion on using Leeward gates especially if not using a start line gate, to give more tactical decisions?
Mac Powell
01:36:48
What constitutes a full team to run the day
Gavin
01:41:29
Possibly look at sound signal with orange flag for the VI's?
Gary Morris
01:43:34
Where is his pfd?
Kit Beazley
01:46:26
Slide says 1 minute sound signal is long - how long is "normal" or "long"?
Gary Morris
01:47:35
what about the ,U,
Jack Vincent
01:48:27
How many generals would you typically accept before changing the prep flag?
Barry.Wicks
01:52:39
Hooting depends on wind strength as well
Kit Beazley
01:52:39
It was worth asking the question just to hear you hoot! :-)
Lucy Hodges
01:53:08
Gavin’s suggestion was for when the blind sailors are racing.
Mac Powell
02:14:38
Does the offending fleet start next after a general recall and all fleets also drop back the lost time?
Jim
02:17:31
What happens if the boat(s) over the line (at start) do not return after individual recall?
Terri Hodges & Gary Butler
02:18:31
What’s the maximum time limit from the start to individual or general recall flag being raised?
Tim Hampton
02:26:06
To encourage racers its tempting to give instructions to individual boats, ie you were the ocs boat, that was a port rounding. To what extent is it permissible to communicate with individual boats?
Richard
02:26:06
How do record the one lap less boats?
Jim
02:40:24
Individual recall: You said that you don't have to shout the offending boat.Is there any reason why you shouldn't? Is doing so considered helpful or bad form? (I think it was shouted at least once when I saw it happen)
Flo
02:40:48
could this powerpoint be printed laminated and left in the race equipment box as an aid memoire? thanks
Michele Inversi
02:41:54
Is this course documentation available ?
Flo
02:44:28
thankyou
judithspencer
03:10:19
Thank you so much for this training. For the real newbies is there an opportunity for someone to “shadow” the race officer just to observe the role (new sailor from Blind Sailing). Or would it be too congested in the boat?
Susan Cowlishaw
03:11:52
Thanks very much. I look forward to attending the club race officer course when it’s available.
Michele Inversi
03:12:50
Thank you Paul for this opportunity .
Lucy Hodges
03:13:11
thank you so Paul this was a great evening
Terri Hodges & Gary Butler
03:13:57
Thank you very much Paul. Love the South Cerney specific info - very helpful.
Richard
03:14:38
Thank you Paul. I look forward to putting this into practice. See you on the course Sue.
Tiago
03:15:00
Paul, thank you for the opportunity! Looking forward to some practical training.
Tim Hampton
03:16:05
Risk assessment is really super easy
Malcolm James
03:16:31
Excellent webinar Paul. Many thanks for doing this training.
Tim Hampton
03:17:19
Thanks PK. Gotta go.
Richard McMorris
03:18:57
Thanks Paul! Really appreciated. Look forward to having a go.
judithspencer
03:19:18
Thank you Paul - much appreciated
Flo
03:19:19
thankyou Paul
Ben Mcloughlin
03:19:43
Cheers Paul! Stay safe
sarah tubbs
03:21:57
thank you so much 😊