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Enter the 2022 Central Triangle Race here

This information is required to help with berthage planning

This information is required to help with berthage planning

This information is required to help with berthage planning

1. I agree to be bound by the Racing Rules of Sailing and all other rules that govern the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club (RPNYC) yacht racing program.
2. I understand that yacht racing has inherent risks and dangers that are beyond the control of the RPNYC.
3. I understand that the RPNYC, its officers, members and servants or other persons assisting with the conduct of yacht racing do not accept any responsibility in respect of any injury or loss to person or property that may be sustained by reason of participation in the yacht racing or howsoever arising in connection with yacht racing.
4. I agree to the use of my photograph(s) and other relevant information in any event publicity and in the ongoing promotion of the RPNYC or yachting generally.
5. I agree to the RPNYC holding the above information for the general administration and well-being of the sport, and for them to retain, use and disclose the information to affiliated organisations and any other persons or organisations that RPNYC believes will further the interests and objectives of the RPNYC. I acknowledge my right to access to and correction of this information. The consent is given in accordance with the Privacy Act 1993.
6. I have read and understand my obligations as set out below and in the YNZ Safety Regulations, Part II, 2.1-2.5:
2.1 The safety of a yacht and her crew is the sole and inescapable responsibility of the skipper who must do his/her best to ensure that the yacht is fully found, thoroughly seaworthy and manned by an experienced crew who are physically fit to face bad weather.
He/she must be satisfied as to the soundness of hull, spars, rigging, sails and all gear. He/she must ensure that all safety equipment is properly maintained and stowed and that the crew know where it is kept and be trained in its use.
2.2 The Maritime Transport Act 1994 states that the master of the vessel is at all times responsible for the safety of the vessel, the safety of those on board, discipline on board and for complying with all maritime rules, regulations and bylaws.
2.3 Neither the establishment of these Safety Regulations, their use by Organising Authorities, nor the inspection of a yacht under these Regulations in any way limits or reduces the complete and unlimited responsibility of the skipper.
2.4 It is the sole and exclusive responsibility of the skipper of each yacht to decide whether or not to start or continue the race or voyage.
2.5 Skippers and crews. The Maritime Transport Act 1994 states that it is an offence to operate, maintain, or carry out any other act involving any vessel or maritime product, that creates an unnecessary risk or danger to persons or property.
7. I hereby undertake to:
(a) maintain the boat and all its equipment in good order and condition as specified in the Regulations;
(b) maintain compliance with the safety certificate issued for this boat and with the requirements as laid out in the Sailing Instructions;
(c) comply with all applicable Marine and Navigation Bylaws.

I have read and make the declaration as owner or usual person in charge.

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Enter the 2022 Central Triangle Race here. Entry fee is discounted to $1,000 until 6pm on Monday 1 November. From this date the fee will increase to $1,200.