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        HIGH & MIDDLE SCHOOL SAILING

        TACS  EVENT SCHEDULE

        CLICK EVENT FOR DETAILS

        What is High School Sailing?

        High school sailing competitions are sailed under the auspices of the Interscholastic Sailing Association. There are about 230 high school sailing teams across the country, sailing in regional regattas and eventually national events. The Mid-West Region (MidWest Inter Scholastic Sailing Association) hosts regattas in Traverse City, Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit.

        This program will be for experienced sailors and we would assume that the student had previous sailing experience through programs such as TACS Advanced Sailing Camp or similar programs from other sailing organizations. Middle School students are welcome to participate in practices with the team and the "open" regattas, but are not eligible to participate in MISSA championship competitions.

        Program Goals: The primary goals of the Sailing Team:

        1. Develop sportsmanship, integrity, and interpersonal skills

        2. Instill in the students an interest and appreciation for the sport of sailing

        3. Develop skills in boat handling and sailing for those who wish to compete

        4. Develop a respect for the sea and the environment

        5. Learn and incorporate good safety and seamanship

        6. Instill a sense of responsibility for the boats and equipment

        7. Create a fun atmosphere in which the students want to participate

         

        Cost:

         

        Fall & Spring Seasons - $480 per season. Dry suit rental fee of $100 (refundable deposit) $50 per sailor per season. Varsity / High School athletes will have dibs on suits, middle school will have based on availability

        Practice Schedule: 

         

        High School:  Monday Tuesday Thursday (after school-6:00 pm)  Arrive GTYC before 3:30, rig boats, 3:50 chalk talk, sail 4-5:30,5:30 de-rig stow gear, 5:50 debrief

        Middle School:  Monday Tuesday (after school-6:00)  meet at TACS, Thursday meet at GTYC to race.


        Regattas:

        Competitions are held both here in TC and at sites around the Midwest. Please remember that not all the competitions are selected to attend and not all of our sailors travel to those regattas selected. Sailors compete for spots on the travel team and are selected by the coaching staff based on performance, availability, attendance at practices and competitive conditions (weight, etc).  Here is the tentative schedule for the Fall of 2019:

        September 14               Pontiac Yacht Club, Red hat regatta, DCDS 8am, tier 3

        September 28               GTYC host tier 3

        October 5                      JO’s Macatawa ??, tier 1,  or OFF

        October 12                    Cornwell Sailing Center, tier 3 regatta, day 1, 8 am

        October 13                    Cornwell sailing Center, tier 3, Day 2, 8 am

        October 19-20               Macatawa, Michigan State Championship, tier 2 8 am,

        October 26                    Open Great Lake Qualifier, tier 2 PYC, Day 1

        October 27                    Halloween Regatta at DCDS, tier 3, Day 2

        November 2-3               Great Lakes Championship,tier 1 CYC,

                                              Belmont (top 20 teams) (must qualify)

        November 9                  Spring Lake, Turkey Leg Regatta, tier 3, 8am

        November 10-11           Shepard Championships, tier 2, Columbia Yacht Club,

                                              (21-40 teams qualify)

         

        There are three fundamental types of regattas in High school sailing:

         

        1. Fleet Racing - This is a competition with teams of two boats, with two sailors in each 420 (for a minimum of 4 sailors for a competition). The fleet is divided into an A and B fleet and the winner is determined by the combined low point scores of each fleet. We often will bring extra or alternate sailors to these competions to place smaller sailors in the boats on light wind days and conversely larger sailors in heavy wind conditions. The is the national championship for HS fleet racing and our sailors compete for this trophy each spring through State and Regional qualifiers.

        2. Team Racing - This is a competition between "teams" of three boats from each school and the wiiner is determined by the low point score of each team in multiple head to head competitions. The minimum amount of competitors in a team race is 6 sailors (again often alternates are helpful). The  is the national championship for HS team racing and our sailors compete for this trophy each spring through State and Regional qualifiers

        3. Tier 3 Events - The above two kinds of events are often qualifiers and championship events that are strictly controlled as to competitor requirements (grades 9-12 from registered schools). In order to increase opportunities to compete for smaller schools and our middle school teams, TACS and other sponsoring organizations host "Tier 3" events were many of the ISSA rules for participation are waived and multiple teams, combined school teams and middle school teams are welcomed. TACS hosts one tier 3 event each season and we attend as many as possible away Tier 3 regattas as well.

         

        Reference Material and Links

        Sailing as a sport is often very difficult to understand for those new to the sport. Most of us well understand conditions and rules around the more common sports of basketball and football. The best way to learn is to get involved with the boosters parents. Talk to us at the practices or email us for their contact info.

         

        Also here are some Helpful links:

        The Boats:

        The Sailing Team will use primarily the Club 420. Boats “handle” differently in all conditions, and sailor’s ability and experience level will determine their place in the boat.  Some will be skipper while the others will crew. On the first days of practice, the coaches will evaluate the skills and experience of the students, and consider factors like ability, experience, size and age, in determining into which boat a student will be placed and with whom. Club 420s are fast, fun sloop rigged double-handed (two sailors!) boats that are very popular in youth programs around the country and is also the boat used in collegiate sailing.

         

        Registration and Forms

        Your can register your sailor by clicking the blue button labeled registration to the right. The must be read and sign (it's a State Law folks!) and if you are available to drive to away events (always appreciated) please fill out and sign the "".  There is also a registration button for our summer pre-season training session.

        Thanks to our friends at the for all their help and support!

         

        RESOURCE  LINKS

        MidWest Inter Scholastic Sailing Association

        Play The Rules (Illustrations and Simulations)

        Simplifed Summary of the Rules of racing

        Team Racing Resources

        UK-Halsey Rules Quiz ( new )

        Interscholastic Sailing Association (ISSA)

        2013 Spring Team Pictures

        2013 Spring Awards

        2013 Spring Practices

        2013 Red 8 Regatta

        2013 GP Team Racing Regatta

        2012 Michigan State Championships

        2012 Team Racing Practice (Sept 27) Photos

        2012 Team Racing Practice (Sept 25) Photos

        2012 Team Racing Practice Regatta (April 14) Photos

        2012 Mallory Qualifier Photos

        2011 Great Lakes Championship

        2011 Cornwell Memorial Regatta Pictures

        PHOTO  LINKS

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