Notice of Race

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Edgewood Yacht Club
Frostbite Racing
2018-2019 Notice of Race

Sunfish and RS Aero races are scheduled at Edgewood Yacht Club on Sundays from November 4, 2018 through March 24, 2019 except for the last two Sundays in December. There are also special races on Columbus Day (October 8) and New Year's Day. The Race Committee will generally provide a mid-morning emailed weather advisory, and will try to start 5 – 6 races each race day, starting promptly at 11:00 am, and ending around 1:30 pm. There will be two scored Series (Fall and Spring). The Full Season will be scored as a series consisting of all the races in the two series, but not including the Columbus Day or New Year's Day Regattas.


Columbus Day Monday, October 8
Fall series Sunday, November 4, 11, 18, 25
December 2, 9, 16
New Year's Day Tuesday, January 1
Fall series (continued) Sunday, January 6, 13 (Up from the Ashes)
Spring series Sunday, January 20, 27
February 3, 10, 17, 24
March 3, 10, 17, 24

Racing Fees

One-day racing fee $10 $5
Fall series $75 $38
Spring series $75 $38
Full season $125 $63


Winter boat storage

EYC membership is not required for winter storage. Sailors who do not leave their boats at EYC from week to week need not pay any storage fees.

 EYC Full membersOthers
Sunfish $100 $140
RS Aero $150 $300


  • Skippers may introduce themselves and race one day without Racing Fee being charged.
  • There is no Racing Entry Fee charged for the New Year's Day Regatta.
  • All fees must be paid, storage contracts executed, boat hulls, spars and gear labeled, and winter-storage EYC dock sticker received, before the boat or gear may be stored at EYC, and before the skipper may race.
  • Awards will be made to the top finishers for the Season, as well as for the individual Series.

Registration and Skipper’s Responsibilities: Each participant must register with the Race Committee and sign a Waiver Form before racing. Each skipper will accept responsibility for his or her own safety during racing and for deciding whether or not to race. Skippers will realize that winter sailing presents hazards of exposure, and will dress appropriately for weather and water temperatures and will be prepared for immersion. All skippers are required to wear life jackets while on the water. Wet/dry suits are highly recommended.

Rules: International Sailing Federation The Racing Rules of Sailing 2017-2020 (RRS), US Sailing Association prescriptions, Sunfish Class Rules or RS Aero Class Rules (as appropriate), this Notice of Race, and the posted Sailing Instructions will govern the racing.  RRS Rule 44.2 is changed.


Stuart Malone

Race results and News of the Frozen Few will be posted at the Club and at

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