Crew Practice – Will be on J/122 Alliance

When:
April 27, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
2021-04-27T17:00:00-04:00
2021-04-27T19:30:00-04:00
Boat Location:
Navy Marina Slip A49
17 Perry Rd
Newport, RI 02841
USA
Club:
Bill Kneller
Crew Practice - Will be on J/122 Alliance @ Navy Marina Slip A49 | Newport | Rhode Island | United States

Andrew, Billy & Wayne,  please meet Roland 4:45 pm at the Pass & ID parking lot to be driven on base.

Thank you Eric & Mary for inviting the Vento Solare crew to J/122 Alliance for the crew practice! Alliance is at the end of B-Dock facing Vento Solare.

Please be at the dock on time to stow gear and a quick brief so we can be out on the water at 5:15 pm

Leave dock @ 5:15 pm sharp. 
–Practice upwind settings, tacks, calling wind and shifts, crew communications, jib trim and inhaul settings
–Spinnaker sets, jybes, downwind settings, crew communications
–Dust off the cob webs and instruct new crew on Vento Solare race routine and instruments

Using One Design Class Sails


Be at Navy Marina Slip A49 - Tue April 27th @ 5:00PM

Crew Color Codes: Green crew is confirmed. Yellow crew need to verify with Skipper. Red does not crew for event. White crew position assignment not made yet and tally as Maybe - need to verify with Skipper.
 Name Position AssignmentAvailable Crew Comment
Andrew Headsail Trimmer
Bill HelmBringing Rum & Cider
Billy Mast& Trim Training
CynthiaP Headsail Trimmer
Eric CoachEric leads crew training
Gardner Mast
Mary Pit
RolandH Foredeck
Wayne Main Trimmer
Total Crew 9 = Confirmed (9) + Maybe (0) -- Maybe includes Available with no position assigned

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1 comment

    • Eric on April 25, 2021 at 10:04 am

    Look forward to getting a full crew out on Alliance Tues.  We will leave from the end of B dock and return to our new berth C49 when we return.  Plan is to go up wind and get dialed in on a Jib that may or may not furl and practice tacking the boat.  Then set a kite and go down wind  and practice jibes.  Alliance is near/off shore racing boat so kites are set from bag topside (so that the forward hatch stays closed) and letter boxed.  Off shore jibs are raised and lowered typically.  We do have two jibs that have vertical battens for furling that we will also check out along the way as we go through and test our the sail inventory the boat came with.

    Want to be back at the dock NLT 1930 and you are welcome to stay and watch an Advance Marine Weather University Webinar that starts at 2000.

    Cheers,

    Alliance Racing

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