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2014 Texas Circuit
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RCYC

March 22-23
Spring Rush Regatta

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FWBC

April 26-27
Cowtown Stampede at the
Annual Leukemia Cup Regatta
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Registration
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DCYC

May 17-18
Southwest Championship at the
Corinthian Heritage Cup Regatta
Notice of Regatta
Registration
Current Entries

 
CCYC

June 14-15
Surfin' Safari

 
HYC

September 20-21
Beasley Cup at the
HOOD Regatta

 
LYC

November 1-2
J/Fest

 
LCYC

November 15-16
Circus Regatta

 

 

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Cowtown Stampede - Circuit Stop No. 2
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

The Second Stop of the J/24 Texas Circuit is hosted by Fleet 54 and the Fort Worth Boat Club and will take place on April 25-27th.

The Cowtown Stampede takes place at the Annual Audi Regatta and Leukemia Cup on Eagle Mountain Lake. 

There will be a dinner and silent auction on Saturday and lunch available on Sunday during the trophy ceremony. 

We will have a class boat scale available to weigh boats that request it in anticipation of the Southwest Championship that will take place at DCYC in May.

For more information on the regatta, please contact Bryan Dyer. His information can be found on the NOR. Links to registar are on the left. 

Sign up and see you at FWBC!!

 
2014 Worlds Berths
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

The 2014 Worlds hosted by Sail Newport and Fleet 50 will take place September 19-26, 2014 in Newport, Rhode Island.

District 14 was awarded one berth for the 2014 Worlds, which is awarded to the top finisher of the 2013 Texas Circuit. District 14 and 18 were awarded a regional berth, which is awarded to the winner of the Southwest Championship. 

Congratulations to Bryan & Vicki Dyer and Team RumLine, who won both the Texas Circuit and Southwest Championship and secured a berth in the 2014 Worlds. Because Team RumLine won the Southwest Championship first, the second berth is passed down to the next finisher in Texas Circuit. 

Congratulations to Natalie Penner and Team GIGGLES for securing a berth in the 2014 Worlds. 

We wish both of these teams great success in the upcoming Worlds! Make Texas proud!!

 
Spring Rush Regatta - RCYC - March 22-23
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

Texas Circuit Stop No. 1 is fast approaching on March 22-23, 2014.  Rush Creek Yacht Club and Fleet 158 host this stop known as the Spring Rush Regatta. After a long break from RCYC, we have accepted their invitation to hold our circuit stop. 

RCYC is located 25 miles east of Dallas and is situated on the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard.

On Friday evening, there will be a parking lot Happy Hour to start out our sailing year! Racing will take place Saturday and Sunday. Saturday evening the 2013 Circuit Awards and Road Warrior Trophies will be passed out.

Links to Registration and the Notice of Race can be found on the left of the webpage.

 
Bow Numbers for the Texas Circuit
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

Below will describe how to affix your bow numbers for the Texas Circuit regattas.

For scoring and identification of boats, unique bow numbers are required to be fixed to both external port and starboard sides of the forward bow area of each competing boat’s hull. These numbers must be affixed as follows:

a)     The leading edge of the forward number shall be 12” aft of the stem.

b)      The top edge of both numbers shall be 6” from the rail.

c)     All numbers must contrast with the color of the hull and be at least 12" in height.

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It is the responsibility of each participating boat to obtain and affix their bow numbers to their yacht.

Bow numbers will be assigned to each participating boat for the duration of the Circuit year. Bow numbers 01 through 10 are pre-assigned to the top ten (10)boats based on previous year’s circuit standings.

Bow numbers 11 through 99 are available for boats on a first come basis. Bow numbers 11 through 99 used in the previous circuit year will be reserved for the boat that declared it in that previous year. Numbers used in the previous circuit year can be found at www.j24texas.com under Standings.

Bow numbers for the current Circuit are considered declared once a boat has registered for a regatta using the declared bow number. Issues relating to bow numbers (e.g. assignment, placement, size, etc.) will be resolved solely by the Governor. 

To view bow numbers that have been used the prior year, click on this link

 
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