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CR-914 2016 NATIONAL
September 17th – 18th, 2016

Chesapeake Bay Model Racing Association is pleased to invite all registered CR-914 owners to the CR-914 2016 National Championship Regatta to be hosted at Warrington
Farm Pond on Warrington Farm Lane in Queenstown, MD.

This is a privately owned pond. It is a near perfect sailing venue for RC sailing with no trees surrounding the pond. The shoreline is relatively flat on most sides of the sailing
areas and we will provide a dry launching area. There is no shade around the pond, bring tents. Power is not available at the venue, so charge those batteries. There will be a port a
pot on site.

For Friday evening we are in the process of organizing an activity. More information will follow when this is finalized. A Saturday evening dinner is planned in the Annapolis
Area. Light breakfast of coffee and donuts will be provided as will lunch for Saturday and Sunday. We are also looking into a Go Kart outing for those interested.

There are numerous hotels in the area where sailors can stay. There is a Sleep Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Best Western and Hilton Garden Inn within 10 minutes of the pond.
Additionally there are hotels on the west side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge which may be less expensive than those on Kent Island.

Friday: Practice Sailing/Races Warrington Pond 1500 HRS Check In & Registration Practice sailing continues
Saturday: 0930 HRS Skippers Meeting, no racing starts after 4 o’clock, Dinner approximately 6 o’clock.
Sunday: 0915 HRS Skippers Meeting, no racing starts after 1400 HRS, awards to follow

Call Ernest Freeland during the workday (10am – 8pm) with any questions (410-451-6901) or e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Warrington Farm

Midwinter Regatta

South Florida Model Sailing Club AMYA # 277

Fort Lauderdale

February 28th 2016


The CR 914 Class and the South Florida Model Sailing Club cordially invites sailors to participate

in the CR 914 Class 2016 Midwinter Regatta.

1. Venue

• Sailing: C.B. Smith Park, Shoreline Shelter #17, Pembroke Pines/FL

• Social: to be announced

2. Rules

The regatta will be governed by the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) 2012 – 2016 (latest

version), appendix E to the RRS, rules of the CR914 Class and the Sailing Instructions.

• The Sailing Instructions, and any modifications to the RRS and Odd/Even format

will be available to each skipper at registration

• There shall be no appeal of Judge’s Decision that could affect a boat’s promotion

relegation per RRS 70.4(a).

• The maximum number of entrants will be 24 in the 75MHz band, 6 in the 27MHz

band and open in the 2.4 GHz band.

• Boats must be registered with the CR 914 class, comply with the class rules, and

bear sail numbers as specified in the class rules.

• Class-approved bow bumpers will be required

3. Format

Races will be conducted and scored in accordance with the Odd/Even Format (available on

the AMYA website) and modified by the Sailing Instructions, depending on

number of boats registered.

4. Registration

Entries will be accepted, at your earliest convenience, using the posted Entry Form on

accompanied by entry fee of $20.00 on a first-come / received basis and you will be notified

of your entry acceptance and frequency assignment. Final registration at South Florida

Model Sailing Club (C.B. Smith Park, Shelter #17)

5. Awards

• 1st , 2nd and 3rd 1st Grand Master (70 and over)

ENTRY FORM                   Scheduele


My Name is IV McNamara.  Ernest has asked me to take on the task of keeping the website up to date.  I am learning a new Content Management System here so please be patient as I make a few mistakes and learn from the experience.  

First up is a call for content.  Have any go fast tips to share?  Do you have a secret Boat tuning tip?  Want to brag about your recent regatta or share a Notice of Race?  Great!  Send it to me.  Make sure to include photos or videos.    email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




For those of you who took a few minutes to respond to the survey I want to thank you. 57 people responded and I wanted to share some of the results with you.

  • 33 of the respondents were interested in attending, but only 6 would say they are 100% committed at this point. 20 said they were 0% committed. So that leaves a lot of people on the fence. Which is expected at this point.
  • The vast majority expressed interest in a clinic. So I will work on arranging that.
  • 2/3 of the respondents said they preferred the weekend of September 27th & 28th for the regatta.
  • Sadly only 3 said they wanted a black tie party with the event, the majority said a casual events, or they like to not wear pants.
  • Most people thought $100 was a fair price to pay.
  • 72% of the respondents said they would be flying solo if they came. Luckily my wife agrees with you.
  • Many out of towners liked a 3 star lodging option at about $100 per night. We will work on finding a deal on a hotel room for the event. One person said they were going to stay in a van down by the river.
  • To my surprise the store purchased trophy was the preferred “award.” Glad I asked!
  • The participation gift was the only category that didn’t have a clear leader. T-shirt came in first with only 27% followed by hat at 25%.

Expect to see a NOR in the next few weeks!


IV McNamara


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