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* 1. In which of these events did you participate last summer?

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* 2. Please rate the following based on importance to you when you sail in a classic yacht regatta...

  Most Important Least Important
Spending time with fellow classic yacht enthusiasts
Sailing with my friends & family
Getting away from work
Competition
Spending time on my boat
Social events

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* 3. Please rank the following variables in terms of importance to you when you are selecting new sails (1 being most important)

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* 4. How concerned are you about using modern materials in sails for vintage/classic yachts?

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* 5. How do you feel about the following statements?

  Strongly Agree Agree No Opinion Disagree Strongly Disagree
Boats can sail with or without a spinnaker as long as the rating takes the performance difference into account.
Spinnaker and non-spinnaker boats should never be scored together.
Sails for classics should be white or light-colored.
Sails for classics should be built of woven materials.
Yachts with "split" underbodies (separate keel and rudder) should be in a separate class.
Fiberglass boats should be allowed to race with wooden boats as long as they were designed and built in the same era.
Cold-molded yachts should be allowed to race in vintage/classic classes as long as they are built to original weight and rigged as originally designed.
Vintage or classic yachts whose standing rigging or spars have been upgraded (e.g. wire to rod or solid wood to hollow wood) should still be allowed to race in these divisions as long as her CRF MkII rating takes the potential performance advantages into account.
I would rather race in a small class comprised of very similar boat types than a larger class with more disparate boat types.
Boats with amateur crews are at a disadvantage and should not have to race against boats with professional crew members.
Boats of similar size and speed (rating) should start and race together regardless of age as long as they are scored separately.
Boats of similar age should start and race together regardless of relative size and speed (rating).
The scoring system for the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge was transparent and fair.
I'd like to see more consistency between classic yacht regattas in terms of class breaks, race courses and scoring systems.
I prefer navigator-style courses to windward-leeward courses.

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* 6. My feeling about the Classic Yacht Owners Association is...

  Strongly Agree Agree No Opinion Disagree Strongly Disagree
They're working hard to get the rating rule right
They are delivering value for classic yacht owners
It costs too much to join
I'm glad they are continuing the Classic Yachts Challenge Series
They need to offer more member benefits
They are on the right track

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* 7. In what year was your boat built?

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