Below are the various documents and forms that need to be signed and turned to participate. They include all all the Rule and Expectations both Sailors and Parents are expected to follow.

SOME General Important Rules and Expectations:

  • Coaches are in charge at regattas, parents need to support coaches by making sure sailors are healthy, prepared, and have needs like food, warm drinks, etc met. Please refrain from "coaching" your or other sailors. Always let the coach know of any issues, especially but not limited to, safety, well being, etc. if it appears the Coach is not aware.

  • At least 1 chaperone needs to be present on site at regattas to assist Coach. Chaperones, not the Coach, need to coordinate this.

  • Coaches are NOT responsible for sailors post-racing activities even if they are still present. Chaperones are.

  • Coaches are NOT responsible for dictating Chaperone conduct, Chaperones need to hold themselves and each other to high, and acceptable standards for chaperoning youth. However, never hesitate to inform the Coach of any issue chaperone/sailor/or otherwise.

  • Never be alone with a sailor that is not yours. Always use the buddy system.

  • If you are carpooling to a regatta you are a chaperone.

  • If your sailor is at a regatta (and you are not attending) and has behavioral or misconduct issues you may be asked to come collect your sailor at your time and expense. 

  • Review the Code of Conduct with your sailor!

 

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Medical and Liability Waivers

Any sailor who is intending to partake in any OYC Sailing activity must sign both of these forms and turn them in.


Code of Conduct

The OYC High School Sailing Code of Conduct is our teams standards, rules and expectations for all and any participating sailors, parents, family and coaches involved in our program.

Sailors cannot participate without turning in a signed Code of Conduct.

Note: the Code of Conduct outlines our rules. In the event rules are broken our Coach will handle general discipline.

"Serious" misconduct or breaking of rules will be reviewed by the OYC Boaters Education Committee - the Coach may consulted but the Committee will make the ultimate ruling.

"Serious" misconduct or breaking of rules typically leads to expulsion.


Forms Specifically for Parents

Any parent who carpools with sailors who are not their own or chaperones at an event must sign the Chaperone Policies and Guidelines Statement.

Any parent driving to a regatta and carpooling with sailors who are not their own must sign the Driver's Agreement