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Old 01-30-2014
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Re: Rallies Gone Wrong

Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
Good lord. This is like kindergarten. Here is all the text copied from the NARC Regulations page I linked to:

NARC Rules and Regulations

The rally is open to any professional delivery or nfull time crew.

The rally is open to any seaworhty boat with an experienced skipper with a good crew.

Amatuer sailors should contact Hank to see if they qualify.

After last year we are recommending smaller boats with less experienced crew to head down to the Chesapeake Bay to depart with the caribbean 1500.
Again, if you don't like Hank's approach - take it up with him. But at least be honest about what's there.
If you were being honest about what's there, you'd admit that Hank's "Bar for Entry" to the NARC is even MORE ambiguous and loosely defined than those for either the SDR, or the Caribbean 1500...

Help us out here... Precisely what does he mean by "experienced skipper", or "a good crew", or "smaller", or "less experienced"?

You know, so we know EXACTLY how much higher the SDR needs to raise their bar, to achieve your "simple fix"... :-)

Last edited by JonEisberg; 01-30-2014 at 01:44 AM.
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