Appleton Estate Rum Run

THE NORTH SOUND CHALLENGE

Sunday, 25th January 2015

Starting at Rum Point and finishing in the Camana Bay basin. This course is roughly 8 miles and for the most part downwind.

This race is for someone who can manage and adapt to various water conditions like waves, currents and more difficult conditions on the open ocean. It is not suitable for a novice paddler.

Rough Itinerary (TBC)

9:00am - Registration starts on the Island in Camana Bay. Also loading boards into our truck in the parking lot outside of
10:30am - Boats departs Camana Bay
11:00am - Arrive at Rum Point and unload boards
11:30am - Race Starts

2:00pm - BBQ and Award Cereminy at Waterfront Diner

*IMPORTANT NOTICE*

The boards will be driven around to Rum Point in our truck, which will be leaving Camana Bay at 10am - no later! See below image for board drop off location.


7 MILE BEACH RACING

Saturday, 24th January 2015

A day filled with a paddle clinic, board demos and racing.

Rough Itinerary (TBC)

7:00am - Registration starts at Public Beach
8:00am - StandUp Paddle Clinic
10:00am - Groms Race
10:45pm - Corporate Relay
12:30pm - Women's Race
1:30pm - Men's Race
3:00pm - BBQ at Dukes and Award ceremony

Course:
The course is around all buoys as directed by the Beachmaster/starter. At no time during the race may a competitor impede another competitor. Unsportsmanlike conduct/actions will result in disqualification. Any competitor failing to round all buoys will be disqualified from the race.

All competitors must wear their competition jersey securely on their torso at the start, during and finish of all events. Failure to so at any point will result in disqualification. Please do not wear items that will obscure the numbers on your jersey.

5 Five Stroke Rule:
If you fall you have 5 strokes to get back on your feet and stand up. This rule is in effect so a paddler does not achieve an advantage by not standing up. You must complete the course standing upon your board.

The Schedule

 

Day 1 - Saturday, January 24 2015

Board demos - open to public to try different boards
Paddle clinic, learn from the pros

Corporate Relay

Kids Race - a short fun race for the next generation
Short Course Race - men & women, varying age groups
Prize giving & BBQ - held at Duke's

 

Day 2 - Sunday, January 25 2015
Distance Race - North Sound Challenge from Rum Point to Camana Bay.
Prize giving & raffle - held at the Waterfront urban diner in Camana Bay



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7 Mile:

The course is around all buoys as directed by the Beachmaster/starter. At no time during the race may a competitor impede another competitor. Unsportsmanlike conduct/actions will result in disqualification. Any competitor failing to round all buoys will be disqualified from the race.

All competitors must wear their competition jersey securely on their torso at the start, during and finish of all events. Failure to so at any point will result in disqualification. Please do not wear items that will obscure the numbers on your jersey.


North Sound:

Starting at Rum Point and finishing in the Camana Bay basin. This course is roughly 8 miles and for the most part downwind.

This race is for someone who can manage and adapt to various water conditions like waves, currents and more difficult conditions on the open ocean. It is not suitable for a novice paddler.


Course:
The course is around all buoys as directed by the Beachmaster/starter. At no time during the race may a competitor impede another competitor. Unsportsmanlike conduct/actions will result in disqualification. Any competitor failing to round all buoys will be disqualified from the race.

All competitors must wear their competition jersey securely on their torso at the start, during and finish of all events. Failure to so at any point will result in disqualification. Please do not wear items that will obscure the numbers on your jersey.


5 Five Stroke Rule:
If you fall you have 5 strokes to get back on your feet and stand up. This rule is in effect so a paddler does not achieve an advantage by not standing up. You must complete the course standing upon your board.


When:

Jan 24, 2015

Where:

Cayman Islands