It is your responsibility as a member to arrange a swap if you are unable to do you duty. The member seeking to exchange a duty has the responsibility for the duty until the exchange is arranged & confirmed by the Duty Team..
There are several ways you can arrange a swap…
Dutyman – Online duty rota. This is an internet-based copy of the Club’s duty rota which allows members to contact others doing similar duties to request a swap. It is simple to use and probably the most efficient method of swapping.
Another way is to ask other members when at the Club or write a request on the blackboard in the Clubhouse. When you have successfully arranged a swap email the Duty Team email@example.com or contact Peter Goodyear
Also if you arranged the swap within a month of the duty date then contact the OOD to inform him of the change.
Detailed information about what each duty entails can be found in hardcopy in the race office, in the duty register or on the club notice boards, or as a download here.
It is your responsibility as a member to remember when your duties are and arrange a swap if you are unable to do your duty. The member seeking to exchange a duty has the responsibility for the duty until the exchange is arranged and confirmed by the Duty Team . If you don’t turn up racing may not be able to take place.
All duties start 1 hour before racing commences or before cruising is scheduled to commence.
If you have signed up for duties, these will be confirmed by the Duty Team. If you don’t sign up then you will be allocated one of the remaining duties and notified by the Duty Team.