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2014 Wife Husband Championship at Sayville YC - Day 2

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Day 2 was awesome - an 80-degree sunny day with winds starting out at 3-4 MPH.  After a short postponement, the wind came up to 10 and stayed 10-12 the rest of the day,   Two great races later, we headed back in wanting more!!!  Ted Cremer and his team did a fabulous job hosting us and we had a great time!

John Luard and Toni Gahn won the Championship Division and Paul Mac Menamin and Patricia Mizzi won the Challengers,  More to come later...

Final results are here.

2014 Wife Husband Championship at Sayville YC - Day 1

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As we drove towards Sayville Yacht Club this morning, we were treated to this beautiful sunrise.and we knew were in for a beautiful day.  With weather in the 70s and the wind blowing steady 13-15 MPH, we looked forward to getting out on the water on Saturday.  The PRO was SYC Commodore Paul Abel and he asked us if we wanted 3 or 5 races and the majority voted for 5.  Saturday the RC ran 3 W-L races with 12 boats, 8 Championship and 4 Challenger, participating in the event. 

 

After racing, several of us were treated to a boat ride to Fire Island where we walked to the beautiful beach on the ocean side of the island.  We then walked the nature trail and spotted a deer and a horseshoe crab along the way. 

 

We came back to the club where we had live music and hors d'oeuvres, followed by a steak dinner cooked by club members and homemade blueberry cobbler.  A very nice finish to a very nice day.After day 1, John Luard and Toni Gahn lead the Championship Division and Paul Mac Menamin and Patricia Mizzi lead the Challengers,  We'll do it again tomorrow and hope for great conditions like today.

Results to date are here

2014 Sprite Island Douglass Orr Regatta

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The 2014 Douglass Orr Regatta was held on June 21-22 at Sprite Island, Norwalk, CT, the home of Flying Scot Fleet 142. A total of 12 boats raced, hailing from Sprite Island Yacht Club, Cedar Point Yacht Club and Candlewood Yacht Club. Five races were held over two days in light air and the weather was gorgeous! Couldn't ask for better conditions. The winner of the regatta was not determined until the last race. Bob McElwain from CPYC and Mark Riefenhauser from CYC were in a tug war for first place overall with Bob prevailing at the end. Final results are attached. The regatta was the first of three legs of the Connecticut Cup. The second leg will be at Cedar Point Yacht Club in late September and followed by Candlewood Yacht Club in early October.  Hope to see y'all next year!

Full results are here.  A short You Tube video of some of the racing is here.

2014 28th Annual Saratoga Lake Regatta

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The Saratoga Lake 28th Annual Flying Scot Regatta in Saratoga, NY, fielded 26 boats, 17 in the Championship Division and 9 in the Challenger,  We started out Saturday 8/9/2014 with little wind on the lake, so we visited with old friends and made some new friends as we waited for the wind to fill in.  The Race Committee decided about 2PM that there might be enough wind to get us out there.  We paddled part way out to the course, then flew spinnakers to get to the RC boat.  In light air we raced 4 legs of an Olympic course in about 1.5 hours, so the race was shortened at the windward mark.  We hoped for a little more wind on Sunday, but it never came.  Greg and Diane Kampf from Massapoag Yacht Club won the Championship Division and Greg and Steve Northrup from Candlewood Yacht Club won the Challenger Division. Final results are here.

Pictures from the 2014 NAC at Toms River

 

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Did you have a blast at the 2014 NAC at Toms River, NJ, and are looking for some great pictures from the event?  Art Petrosemolo took some great shots including this one that I particularly like.   You can find them at Art's site at nauticalphotography.us and then choose 2014 Flying Scot NAC.  Have a look and see if there any you just have to have!

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