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Protest

Case 1
Full Decision

  Race 4 – 9th January 2019 IRC 2
Protestor Salina
Protestees Pheonix
Validity
  1. Objection to Jury: No
  2. Within Time Limit: Beyond with Good ReasonExtended by 5 minutes due distance of racing site from Jury room.
  3. Incident Identified: Yes
  4. Proper Hail: Protest hailed
  5. Red Flag Displayed: Yes
  6. DECISION: Protest Valid
Facts Found At the gate between Mark 4 and mark L, Phoenix did not leave the Gate Vessel to Starboard
Conclusions And Rules That Apply Pheonix did not sail the course. She broke RRS 28.1
Decision Pheonix is disqualified in Race 4.

Date & Time: 2019-01-09 15:51 +08

Chaired By: Leonard Chin (MAS)
Committee Members: Say Chu (MAS), Katsuya Hashiba (JPN), Tee Suan Tan (SGP), Lock Kit (SGP)

Case 2
Full Decision

  Race 4 – 9th January 2019 IRC 2
Protestor Phoenix
Protestees Endeavour of Whitby
Validity
  1. Objection to Jury: No
  2. Within Time Limit: Beyond Time Limit
  3. Incident Identified: Yes
  4. Proper Hail: No proper hailed
  5. Red Flag Displayed: No
  6. DECISION: Protest Invalid
Facts Found
Conclusions And Rules That Apply
Decision

Date & Time: 2019-01-09 16:30 +08

Chaired By: Leonard Chin (MAS)
Committee Members: Say Chu (MAS), Katsuya Hashiba (JPN), Tee Suan Tan (SGP), Lock Kit (SGP)

Case 3
Full Decision

  Race 4 – 9th January 2019 White Sails
Protestor Eveline
Protestees Linda
Validity
  1. Objection to Jury: No
  2. Within Time Limit: Within Time Limit
  3. Incident Identified: Yes – Gate 1 missed by Linda
  4. Proper Hail: Hail not required
  5. Red Flag Displayed: Not required
  6. DECISION: Protest Invalid – Failed to inform the other boat before or at the earliest opportunity after the other boat finished.
Facts Found
Conclusions And Rules That Apply RRS61.1(a)(3) not complied
Decision Invalid Protest

Date & Time: 2019-01-10 15:45 +08

Chaired By: Leonard Chin (MAS)
Committee Members: Say Chu (MAS), Katsuya Hashiba (JPN), Tee Suan Tan (SGP), Lock Kit (SGP)

Case 4
Full Decision

  Race 4 – 9th January 2019 White Sails & Club
Protestor Race Committee
Protestees 1.White Sails and 2.Club Cruising Classs – 1. Linda 2. Luna/Nafi
Validity
  1. Objection to Jury: No
  2. Within Time Limit: Beyond with Good Reason
  3. Incident Identified: Yes
  4. Proper Hail: Hail not required
  5. Red Flag Displayed: Not required
  6. DECISION: Protest Valid
Facts Found The protestees failed to turn up, although notices were put up on the notice board. The case was heard under RRS 63.3(b)
Course 21 applies to the boats in class White Sails and Club Cruising Class.
Linda and Luna/Nafi did not sail through Gate 1 in Race 4.
Conclusions And Rules That Apply Linda and Luna/Nafi did not sail the course. They broke RRS 28.
Decision Linda and Luna/Nafi are disqualified in Race 4.

Date & Time: 2019-01-10 16:00 +08

Chaired By: Leonard Chin (MAS)
Committee Members: Say Chu (MAS), Katsuya Hashiba (JPN), Tee Suan Tan (SGP), Lock Kit (SGP)

Case 5
Full Decision

  Race 6 – 11th January 2019 Club
Protestor Race Committee
Protestees Luna/Nafi
Validity
  1. Objection to Jury: No
  2. Within Time Limit: Within Time Limit
  3. Incident Identified: Yes
  4. Proper Hail: Hail not required
  5. Red Flag Displayed: Not required
  6. DECISION: Protest Valid
Facts Found Luna/NAFI carried an anchor forward of the stem, clearly protruding outboard of the bow infringing SI 16.2
Conclusions And Rules That Apply Luna/NAFI broke SI 16.
Decision Discretionary Penalty to be given as follows:
One position will be added to her result (Race 6). However, the position will not be worse than a disqualification, The positions of all the other boats will remain the same.

Date & Time: 2019-01-11 15:55 +08

Chaired By: Leonard Chin (MAS)
Committee Members: Say Chu (MAS), Katsuya Hashiba (JPN), Tee Suan Tan (SGP), Lock Kit (SGP)

Case 7
Full Decision

  Race 10 – 12th January 2019 Racing
Protestor Uranus
Protestees Janda Baik
Validity
  1. Objection to Jury: No
  2. Within Time Limit: Beyond Time Limit
  3. Incident Identified: Yes
  4. Proper Hail: Protest hailed
  5. Red Flag Displayed: No – Red cap flown initially followed 5 minutes later by the red protest flag.
  6. DECISION: Protest Invalid
Facts Found
Conclusions And Rules That Apply
Decision

Date & Time: 2019-01-12 14:57 +08

Chaired By: Leonard Chin (MAS)
Committee Members: Say Chu (MAS), Katsuya Hashiba (JPN), Tee Suan Tan (SGP), Lock Kit (SGP)

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