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MCSA Youth Championship

Tuesday, August 20, 2019 to Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Cedar Lake Yacht Club - Fleet 46
4719 Yacht Club Dr.
Hartford, WI  53027
Ed Eckert
262-343-2396 (p)
MCSA Youth Championship
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MCSA Youth Championship
Extra Tuesday Lunch
Extra Wednesday Lunch

Cedar Lake Yacht Club, Fleet 46, cordially invites you to the

 MCSA Youth Championship Regatta
August 20 - 21, 2019
Located at the beautiful, Cedar Lake Yacht Club 4719 Yacht Club Drive, Hartford WI 53027  
Entries &
This is an MCSA sanctioned event. It is open to skippers of MC scows who are younger than 25 years of age on or before the first scheduled race. All yachts must comply with the MC class scantlings prior to the preparatory signal of the first scheduled race. A boat may sail with a different sail number from its hull number if it registers with that sail number, and must compete with that number for the entire event.

Non-mcsa members are invited to race. A complimentary MCSA membership will be granted to all who compete in this event. Made possible by the sustaining members of MCSA.

Email with membership details. 

The organizing authority (OA) for this regatta is the MC Sailing Association (MCSA) in cooperation with the Cedar Lake Yacht Club ( CLYC).

The races will be governed by the rules defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS).
  1. The racing area will be the waters of Cedar Lake.
  2. The sailing instructions will consist of the instructions in RRS Appendix S, Standard Sailing Instructions, and supplementary sailing instructions that will be published and be posted on the official notice board located at the club.
  3. VHF Radio will be used by the RC to communicate with competitors on the water. Additional instructions regarding radio communication will be included in the SI’s.
  4. Competitors give absolute right and permission for video footage or photographs of themselves or their boat generated during an MCSA event to be published in any media for press, editorial or advertising purposes.
  5. Safety Suggestion: MCSA encourages but does not require the use of masthead floats when conditions warrant their use.
  6. MCSA Standard Sailing Instructions
  7. 2019 Youth Supplemental Sailing Instructions


NOTE: All times shown are preliminary. Check official Notice Board for updates.

Date Time Event
Monday, August 19
1700-2000 Clubhouse open for boat drop and registration
Date Time Event
Tuesday, August 20
0730 - 0900 Continental Breakfast -registration
0900 Skippers Meeting.
1000 Warning signal for Race #1. Other races to follow as time/conditions permit.
   TBD  Lunch
   TBD Additional races at discretion of Race Committee
TBD Snacks and soda after races Coaching review after races by Melges Performance Sailboats

Date Time Event
Wednesday, August 21
0800-0900 Continental Breakfast
0930 Warning signal for first race of the day. Other races to follow as time/conditions permit.
No Warning Signal will be made after 1200.
TBD Lunch and Awards ASAP after races
Pay at the event .

Registration fee is $30 and includes skipper's breakfast, lunches and snacks 
if electronic registration is received by Aug 19th. After Aug 19th registration is $50.

Extra Lunches are $8 each, pay at venue

The Low Point System of RRS Appendix A will apply.

When fewer than 5 races are completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores. When 5 or more races are completed, a boat’s score will be the total of her scores excluding her worst score. This changes RRS A2.1. 

One race constitutes a regatta for purposes of awarding perpetual & keeper trophies. Awards will be based on her finishes in the overall fleet.
Trophies Keeper trophies - Top 5 boats.

Carl Reuterdahl Perpetual Trophy (1st Place) will be awarded if at least one (1) race has been completed.
Launch &

Two ramps are available. Bridles are not needed. Boats will be dry sailed.

We will do our best to accommodate competitors who are over one hour away with free lodging. Early registration will help assure that. If you prefer, there are several hotels within 15 minutes of CLYC

Housing contact is Jeff Shabino.   


Hotels near Cedar Lake

Country Inn and Suites        844-746-1806

2000 Gateway Ct

West Bend WI   53095

Hampton Inn and Suites     855-605-0317

1975 S 18th st

West Bend WI   53095

Americinn of West Bend     800-634-3444

2424 W. Washington st

West Bend WI   53095

Super 8 Hartford                800-536-1211

15398 E Sumner st.

Hartford WI   53027

Questions Ed Eckert
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