Welcome to the Official RS:X Asians 2007 Website NOR's

1.1. The 2007 RS:X Asian Championship will be held from 12th to 18th November 2007 at Jomtien Beach,
Pattaya City, Thailand and be supported by the International Windsurf Championship.
2.1. The Championship will be organised by the Windsurfing Association of Thailand under specified conditions
laid down by the International RS:X Class Association in co-operation with ISAF.
3.1. The average conditions that can be expected in November are: wind speeds between 8 - 15 knots, water
temperatures 20-25°C and air temperatures 25-30°C.
4.1. This is an ISAF sanctioned event governed by:
a. the rules as defined in the Racing Rules of Sailing.(RRS),
b. the relevant Class Rules and RS:X Standard Championship Sailing Instructions.
c. this Notice of Race, the Regatta Sailing Instructions and those issued for the medal race.

  1. If there is a conflict between languages the English text will prevail.

5.1. All entries shall meet the requirements of ISAF Regulation 19 – Eligibility Code.
5.2. A minimum of 5 races is required for a valid Championship in that Division.
5.3. Competitors shall possess valid third party liability insurance (for 1 million Euro) and shall have been issued
an ISAF Sailor Number.
5.4. Competitors shall be members of a National Class Association or of the International Class concerned.  
National Class Associations shall be in good standing.

  1. Class membership formalities can be completed on site.

6.1. RS:X Asian Championships
6.1.1. The Championship shall be a single discipline event.
6.1.2. Divisions shall race separately, each in a maximum 11 race series over 5 days. RS:X SCSI Articles 2
and 8 shall apply. 
6.1.3. Entry may be subject to the agreement of the relevant national authority.
6.2 International Windsurfing Championship
6.2.1 The Championship shall be a single discipline event for Mistral One Design equipment
6.2.2 Divisions shall race separately, each in a maximum 11 race series over 5 days. RS:X SCSI Articles 2
and 8 shall apply. 
6.2.3 Entry may be subject to the agreement of the relevant national authority.

  1. RSX Men (A); RSX Women (B), RSX Youth Boys (C), RSX Youth Girls (D)
  2. RSX Youth entries shall comply with class rule C.2.3
  3. IMCO  Men, IMCO Youth (Under 20 on Dec 31st 2007)


  1. Competitors shall bring their own equipment.


  1. Each competitor shall ensure that his/her equipment complies with the current Class Rules.
  2. Measurement and equipment checks may be made throughout the event.
  3. Competitors and their equipment shall be on site by 0900h on 12th November 2007.   Competitors
    shall book a measurement time slot by signing in at the measurement area after picking up their
    measurement form from the registration desk.


  1. National letters and sail numbers shall comply with Class Rule C9.2.
  2. The International RS:X Class is classified as a category C class as set out in ISAF Regulations 20
    Advertising Code.

11.1. If personal buoyancy is prescribed every competitor and support boat crewmember shall wear, above
the waist, a jacket harness or vest with a minimum buoyancy of 4kg uninflated in fresh water.   The buoyancy
shall be tested with a ferrous metal weight of 4kg, which shall remain supported for a minimum of 5 minutes.
12.1. Competitors take part in all races at their own risk.   The Local Organization Authority (LOA) and
International RS:X Class Association or any of their officials or representatives or the sponsors or their
officials or representatives are not responsible, under any circumstances, for any damage, loss or injury
either ashore or on the water either to persons or equipment, which may result.   Participation in this event,
supporting events and in each race in them is at the sole discretion of the sailor and at his/her own risk.  
Notice is drawn to RRS4.

  1. The event shall consist of course racing on Trapezoidal or windward/leeward courses.  
    “Gates” may be used in place of single leeward marks.


  1. Scoring will be in accordance with RRS Appendix B and using rule B 8.3a "Low Points
    Scoring System" as set out in SCSI #20.
  2. A board’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score according
    to SCSI # 20.4 When racing in “Groups”, this discarded race result from the “First Round”
    may be substituted with a worse race result from the “Final Round”

14.3       The Medal Race score shall not be excluded.
14.4                                     Competitors will carry their series score (i.e. total of race scores after discard)
through to the Medal Race.
14.5       The Medal Race (as per the schedule) will be umpired.
14.6                         For the medal race, RRS B8.3(a) is changed, so that the points are doubled, and
RRS B8.3(b) is changed so that the scores are based on the number of boards assigned to compete in that race.
14.7                         Any series tie after the Medal Race will be broken in favour of the board finishing
higher in the Medal Race.
14.8       If the Medal Race is not completed, medals will be awarded based on the series score.

    1. An International Jury will be appointed in accordance with the RRS Appendix N.   Their decisions
      will be final and cannot be appealed, according to RRS 70.4.
    1. The Regatta Sailing Instructions will be available at registration as well as the Event Programme
      scheduling social events.
    2. Alterations to the Regatta Sailing Instructions must be approved by the Principal Race Officer

and the RS:X Class’ Event Director.



Championship Schedule





12th November


0900-1600 hrs            Registration & Measurement                               
 Registration  Registration

13th November


0900 - 1600 hrs

Registration & Measurement



1300 hrs

Practice Race



1600 hrs

Coaches Meeting



1800 hrs


14th November


0900 -1100hrs
1200 hrs

Registration & Measurement

15th November


1200 hrs


16th November


1200 hrs


17th November


1200 hrs


18th November


1200 hrs

Racing & Medal Races




Last possible warning signal



1900 hrs

Prize Giving & Closing Ceremony

19th November




17.2 The scheduled time of the warning signal for the first race each day is 1200hrs.

18.1 Coaches and team support personnel including boat drivers shall register before 14th Nov. ‘07.

  1. Coach boats will be available for charter on a first come, first served basis.  Please apply to
    the organisers for costs and availability.   For this limited service you may contact the LOA
    before the October 14th 2007. (Form 4)
  2. Boats’ drivers shall register and provide the Organizing Authority with their driving licence
    and proof of insurance as well as details of their boat and the board(s) they support.
  3. Support boats shall clearly display their national 3 letter country code in black on a white
    background either on a flag of a minimum of 50cm x 40cm in size or on the cover of their outboard

21.       DRUG TESTING
21.1   Competitors are reminded of the ISAF rules and regulations concerning the use of banned methods
and substances.   Drug testing may take place during the event.
22.             MEDALS AND PRIZES

  1. Medals will be awarded to the first five Men / Women in each division.

23.             TELEVISION AND MEDIA

  1. In registering for the event, competitors automatically grant to the Organizing Authority and the
    International RS:X Class Association the right in perpetuity to make, use and show from time to
    time at their discretion, any motion pictures, still pictures and live, taped or filmed television and
    other reproductions of them, taken during the period of the event, for the said Championship as
    defined in the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions in which he/she participates without


  1. Competitors may be required to display Event sponsor’s name(s) / logo (s).   If required, the
    Organizing Authority will supply these items and shall be affixed and / or worn as prescribed in
    the RS:X Standard Championship Sailing Instructions.
  2. The maximum area on the sail that the event sponsor’s branding may occupy is 300mm x 1000mm
    and shall be placed on the sail according to the diagram posted on the Official Notice Board.

25.             DRESS CODE

  1. Smart causal clothes will be required for the Opening Ceremony and Prize giving Ceremony.
  2. Attendance at these Ceremonies is mandatory.
  3. The Organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to those whose standard of attire is not commensurate
    with the occasion.

 26.             ACCOMMODATION

For the accommodation ,we would like to introduce “Silver Sand Hotel”(http://www.silversandvilla.com) 
the room rate is 1,200 Baht per day/room include 2 American Breakfasts. And Surf
Beach Hotel room rate is 800 Baht per day/room  not include breakfast More
information about the accommodation will be published on the official event
website at https://rsxclass.com/07Asians.html

27.1      Please book your flights to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

  1. Transfer and equipment transportation arrangements can be made upon request. In case of
    passenger per group below 4 person ,The transportation charge will be 2000 Baht per person,
    If the group member between 4-6 persons the transportation fee will be 1500 Baht,  But if the
    group member more than 6 person ,please direct inform to Windsurfing Association of
    Thailand ‘s e-mail (wathai @cscoms.com)      More details about the cost will be published
    on the official’s event website at https://rsxclass.com/07Asians.html

27.3     Neither the Organising Authority nor RS:X Association take responsibility for travel bookings  
            made in error.
28.             REGISTRATION

  1. The registration office during the regatta will be at the Surf Kitchen restaurant, Jomtien Beach
    Pattaya City 75/16-17 Moo 12 Jomtien Beach Rd. Nongprue Banglamung Chonburi ;
  2. Mobile: +66 81 4299999(Mr.Yai),+66 81 8629958 (Amara)

             E-mail :[email protected] , [email protected]

  1. Competitors shall provide the following documentation prior to completing registration formalities

            on site:

  1. Original Regatta Entry Form (Form 1 – Download)
  2. Proof of entry fee payment
  3. Evidence of valid third party insurance
  4. Proof of age (passport)
  5. Parental / legal Guardian Assent (Form 2) if needed
  6. Measurement Form signed by the Official Measurer
  7. Medical treatment permission (Form 3)
    1. Coaches and team support personnel shall provide the following documentation prior to
      completing registration on site:
  8. Original Regatta Entry Form (Form 4 – Download)
  9. Proof of entry fee payment
  10. Boat driving licence (if applicable)
  11. Evidence of boat insurance (if applicable)
  12. Proof of ICSA membership

29.             ENTRIES AND PAYMENT
29.1     Each full member (National Class Association) shall pay the entry fees of his nationals who have  
            pre-qualified and those of his entries by right to which he is entitled by October 14th  2007   
29.2     Entries shall be made and paid for on line through the event micro-site at

  1. The entry fee for RS:X Class on the published entry list or with reserved places on it is 100 Euro.
    For those paying after October 14th  the entry fee is 140 Euro

29.4     The entry fee for IMCO Class is 30 Euro .Payment shall be made at the venue

  1. Payment shall be made in Euros. No other currency will be accepted.
  2. For those wishing to make a bank transfer, our bank details are:


The International RS:X Class  Association Ltd

Bank Details:

Lloyds TSB


101 High Street, Poole, Dorset BH15 1AJ, UK

Euro Account #:


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  • Entries made on site shall be made in cash only. No other form of payment will be accepted.