Saturday, Dec. 8, 6-9pm, at Balboa YC.
- Enjoy the live Trio.
- See the new perpetual trophy.
- Vote on fleet officers.
You can purchase a new Harbor 20 main or jib at a discount and avoid a measurement fee by ordering between now and Dec. 1. (Fleet bylaw III.C.5 was recently changed to allow purchasing sails at other times, but with a $10 measurement fee and without the sailmaker’s discount.)
According to the Fleet 1 bylaws:
III.C.4. Sail replacement procedure is as defined in the Class Rules.
III.C.5. The Fleet 1 Board may establish by majority vote a “fall order window” during which time new sails may be ordered at a discount. Unless otherwise changed by the Board, the “fall order window” shall be from the day after the Fleet 1 Championships through December 1 of the same year. Measurement fees will be waived for all sails purchased during the “fall order window.” Sails may be ordered at any other time; however, a $10.00 measurement fee will be assessed by Fleet 1 for each sail ordered outside the “fall order window,” effective 12/1/18.
III.C.6. A sail’s age shall be determined by the delivery date as recorded by the W.D. Schock Corp. For replacement sails, the age will be determined by the Measurer’s dated approval.
III.C.7. The Fleet has appointed Elliott/Pattison Sailmakers as its sole permitted sail maker for new mainsails, and Ullman Sails as its sole permitted sail maker for new jibs. No other sail/sail maker combinations will be allowed.
After purchase, the Fleet 1 Measurer will inspect, measure and sign the sail before it may be used.
According to the Class Bylaws:
III.H.8. For a Class Yacht, the Owner may purchase one jib sail in each calendar year and one main sail in every second calendar year. The calendar year for sail purchase begins on the date the sail was officially measured.
III.H.9. The Owner of a newly purchased used Class Yacht inherits the sail purchase rights of the previous owner, and may petition the Class Measurer to obtain new sails at the time of purchase.
III.H.10. If a sail is damaged beyond reasonable repair, lost, or for some reason is unusable, the Owner may petition the Class or Fleet Measurer for permission to purchase a replacement sail.
The cost of a new mail sail from Elliott/Pattison Sailmakers is $1,528 (same as last year). They are offering a 20% discount to Fleet 1 members: $1,222.40. Call (949) 645-6696 and press 1, or (949) 275-3302 direct. More details can be viewed here.
Ullman Sails is offering 5% and 10% discounts on jibs. More details can be viewed here.
If you are buying a new Mainsail, consider donating your old one to NHYC for possible use in the Baldwin Cup team races.
October 6 & 7
Don’t delay registering for the Fleet 1 Championship Regatta on October 6-7. Register by September 29th to avoid the $20 late fee.
Registration includes dinner and 2 drink tickets. Additional dinner tickets (which include 2 drink tickets) can be purchased for $45 ($20 late fee if purchased after 9/29).
Registration by September 29th: $75
Registration after September 29th: $95 ($75 + $20 late fee)
Price: $28,500 with Trailer
422 is Like New, Heavily-optioned, Lightly used, Never been raced, & Never had an accident.
She includes every option offered by WD Schock, specifically:
422 has lived an easy life, having been taken out less than 2 dozen times. Currently stored indoors, she is covered on her trailer here in Honolulu, HI. Price includes shipping to California.
Original invoice ($44,800, without trailer) available on request.
For more information, please contact Chris Jester 949 274-1409 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Original owner. The boat has been used lightly. Always in fresh water. Never raced. The mainsail and the jib are in good conditions and the spinnaker has never been taken out of its bag.
Includes the standard boat and the following options: running lights, electrical system, digital electric motor, automatic 12v bilge pump with check valve +manual pump, 2:1 jib outhaul, jib winger, mast hinge, Windex, adjustable jib downhaul, tiller extension, halyard hammock, pop up mooring cleats, bow mooring chocks, lifting eyes, block foam flotation, C-foam cockpit cushions, cockpit table, cockpit cover w/jib sock. Elliot/Pattison main, Ullman jib, Elliot/Pattison asymmetrical spinnaker with panel, asymmetrical spinnaker equipment, boom crutch, ladder, a modified cockpit door, an anchor with rope and chain, and finally dock lines and fenders.
Also included: Harbor 20 Pacific West trailer in galvanized steel with torsion axle, mast carriers, ladder, keel guides, ramp wheel and trailer bow eye. Trailer has minimal usage
Please contact Louis Ducharme at 514-347-7661 or at email@example.com
The boat is near Newport, Vermont. The owner can facilitate and participate in the transportation of the boat.
If you are an active Owner Member of the Harbor 20 Class Association, you are invited to participate in a vote for the 2018 Harbor 20 Class Association Board of Directors. This vote is being conducted online now through December 31, 2017.
Following are the instructions followed by a link to the page to cast your vote:
1. A vote for the Class Board of Directors can only be cast by Owner Members in good standing. If your membership has expired, you must renew your dues before you can vote;
2. You must be logged into this website to vote. If you have forgotten your password, you may reset your password by clicking here.;
3. You will casting a vote for up to 15 individuals to fill the Board seats;
4. The current Class Board has nominated 15 individuals for consideration. These individuals were published on December 10, 2015 via email to the membership. No other nominations have been received, so these are the only candidates for consideration;
5. Once you submit your vote, you cannot change your vote;
6. Any questions or problems with voting should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Harbor 20 Class Association Owner Member,
As a current and active Owner Member of the Harbor 20 Class Association, you will be asked to participate in a vote for the 2018 Harbor 20 Class Association Board of Directors. Voting will open until the end of the day on December 31, 2017.
The Harbor 20 Class Associations ByLaws, section ID3 state:
I.D.3. A Nominating Committee will be appointed by the Board each Fall to nominate candidates for the open Director positions. The Committee is required to consider suggestions for candidates from all Fleet Captains. The slate will be communicated to the Owner Members by December 10th. Five or more owners may nominate additional candidates. The Board will hold an open and fair election by the Owner Members of all nominated candidates.
A nominating committee was formed and candidates have been solicited from all the Fleet Captains. The nominating committee is recommending the following individuals for the 2018 Class Association Board of Directors. An election will be held in the upcoming weeks. This email is only a notification of the nominated candidates as required by the ByLaws.
Kevin Cahill, Fleet 4
Warren Duncan, Fleet 1, current Class Measurer
Peter Haynes, Fleet 1
Garth Hitchens, Fleet 5, current Assistant Class Measurer
Kevin Keogh, Fleet 3, current Class President
Ed Kimball, Fleet 1
Robert Knowles, Fleet 6
Richard Loufek, Fleet 1
Marino de Marzo, Fleet 5
Richard Miller, Fleet 4
Michael Mixson, Fleet 6
Ned Nielsen, Fleet 3
Patrick Shannon, Fleet 5
Gary Thorne, Fleet1
Judy Weightman, Fleet 1
Total of 15 Directors Representing all Active Fleets.
Any questions concerning the election or nominations should be directed to the Class Nominating Committee via email to ____________.