30th Navy Women’s Spring Interconference

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Dates: March 9-10, 2013
Report Time: 0900
Host Conference: MAISA
Host School: Navy
Boat type: 420s
Withdrawl Deadline: February 8, 2013
Contact: Ian Burman, 410.293.5617
Email: burman@usna.edu
Notes: Visiting teams: The US Naval Academy is excited to host three more Intersconference Regattas in the coming weeks. If you are planning on attending any of these events, you should keep in mind the following items: 1. Access to our facility is restricted, as we are located inside a military instillation. To gain vehicle access, you should go to this site: http://www.navysports.com/ot/navy-visitors-team-officials.html at least 7 days in advance and enter your information. username: team password: go 2 navy! For Women's, requests are already late, so if you are coming this weekend, please fill out your request right away if you have not already done so. It is often a good idea to arrive early in case there is a problem with your request that will need to get sorted out in the morning. 2. Drysuits are required for the Navy Women's and Trux, per the ICSA schedule. If we have warm weather, the requirement may be lifted at the event, but everyone should bring a functioning drysuit with them to Annapolis, or you may not be allowed to sail. 3. For Navy Women's and the Truxtun Umsted, the volunteers from the Naval Academy Sailing Squadron will be providing a cookout for all competitors, free of charge, immediately following Saturday's racing. We encourage you all to stick around for a few extra minutes to enjoy some warm food after a hard day of racing. 4. For all three regattas, all divisions will be on the water at the same time. We typically have a lunch break, but the break is short and there is no where close enough to get food during the break. Please make sure you bring everything with you that you will need for the day. 5. On Sunday during the Trux, a Swedish Tall ship and a Coast Guard ship will be pulling up to the seawall near the Robert Crown Center. This should not impact our regatta, but we ask all competitors to be courteous and stay out of the way as these ships dock. Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to hosting your teams in the coming weeks.
MAISA: U.S. Naval Academy, Cornell University, Columbia University, St. Mary's College of Maryland, Georgetown University, Old Dominion University, Fordham University, Hobart & William Smith Colleges
MCSA: University of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota
NEISA: Yale University, Roger Williams University, Brown University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, University of Vermont
NWICSA:
PCCSC: Stanford University
SAISA: Eckerd College, University of South Florida, College of Charleston
SEISA:
OTHER: