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May need to sacrifice a few chickens to the Friday night wind gods...

 

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DogWillBark, on 15 June 2011 - 01:34 PM, said:

 

May need to sacrifice a few chickens to the Friday night wind gods...

 

 

 

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One Design - Cleveland Race Week

With about 24 hours until the entry deadline we have the following entries listed on the web-page:

 

23 J/22

7 Jet 14

5 Ensign

5 J/24

4 Dragon

1 Highlander

 

Only one Highlander ?

 

http://www.ewyc.net/...teway/menu.html

 

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Speedskater, on 15 June 2011 - 01:43 PM, said:

 

One Design - Cleveland Race Week

With about 24 hours until the entry deadline we have the following entries listed on the web-page:

 

23 J/22

7 Jet 14

5 Ensign

5 J/24

4 Dragon

1 Highlander

 

Only one Highlander ?

 

http://www.ewyc.net/...teway/menu.html

 

 

how is the EScow fleet shaping up?

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i guess the T-10s and J105s don't count for crw od?

over 10 t-10s and 5 j105s signed up

 

ex PBR - remember you said you were going to make sure i get all my wristbands for od and phrf in my od

race packet

 

hopefully there will be some wind this weekend and also friday night for the roberts race at cyc

 

good luck to all

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Robert Jr - consider this my entry form for 'the bob' race...schockstar will be sailing - I may (hope) to be on board...thx

 

ps - if there are only 3 knots of wind I suggest we change the race course to include Christies and EWYC for a night cap...just saying....

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how is the E-Scow fleet shaping up?

The E-Scow has not been in the water in over a decade.

(The weather pattern has shifted over the decades, we now get a lot more on-shore wind than we did in the past and scows don't like big chop. But the Wednesday night breeze would have been a great ride.)

 

The 29er was sold to friends in Ottawa Canada.

 

The Fireball went to a high school sailing club in Pennsylvania.

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Jr current Robert's entries are 15 boats?

 

Including Schockstar -- yes, 15 boats... and if my records are correct, that is the best turnout since 2007, so thanks to everyone so far! Spread the word, if you would -- there's still time to sign up (even bring in your entry on Friday) and any boat not sailing CRW OD should definitely attend... beautiful night race (let's hope for no bugs......), delicious chili, and the best-tasting post-race beer you'll ever have.

 

I think this year is the largest disparity we've ever had as far as ratings go, too, with the fastest @ -42 and the slowest @ 219... granted, we've had some 200 ratings win the Roberts just a few years ago but, just saying.

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Additionally, to confirm there will be cash food and bar on the upper deck of the pool along with some music (I believe) prior to the race, starting around 5:30. We will be combining party space with CYC's annual fishing derby calcutta, but I will have a registration table set up along the railing next to the bar. I'll have racing packets for everyone, ready by 7 for the skipper's meeting (probably will have it earlier, unless we have walk-ons, which I am not expecting). Barring more entries in the higher ratings area, we will have (2) classes, A and B, tentatively split right now between 72/84. Class B tentatively start at 8:30PM, Class A tentatively @ 8:45PM, first warning gun at 8:24PM. If my Dick Goddard skills are all correct, we should all be rounding the first weather mark and on our way to the crib by sunset (if you can't find the crib in the dark just follow St Nicholas II).

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intellicast is calling for 3-4 knots... a little suggetion - don't have terry delay the starts looking for wind - just start the f*er...better to start then drift then drift and wait to start... just saying

 

 

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intellicast is calling for 3-4 knots... a little suggetion - don't have terry delay the starts looking for wind - just start the f*er...better to start then drift then drift and wait to start... just saying

 

Don't worry, first class will start on time, regardless... and with the 15 min between starts, should be no problem clearing the line in between... but, just in case, I will have R/C delay the next class start only if needed.

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I put the .3oz kite on the boat last night...and looks like I'll get a chance to use it!

 

Me moved Synergy to CYC last night. Had a great cruze over. On pretty nights, it's amazing how many people you can get signed up for a delivery sail! (I think we had 9 on board.)

 

Question: How long does this race usually take? Are there records for longest/shortest?

 

...and I also like that I get to race in the "B Fleet" for a change. ;)

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I put the .3oz kite on the boat last night...and looks like I'll get a chance to use it!

 

Me moved Synergy to CYC last night. Had a great cruze over. On pretty nights, it's amazing how many people you can get signed up for a delivery sail! (I think we had 9 on board.)

 

Question: How long does this race usually take? Are there records for longest/shortest?

 

...and I also like that I get to race in the "B Fleet" for a change. ;)

 

I really don't think you want the answer to those two questions, sir.

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Yeah...I JUST saw that you posted the previous years results. I didn't remember seeing them before. I tried to hustle back here and edit my comment, but you beat me to it.

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Yeah...I JUST saw that you posted the previous years results. I didn't remember seeing them before. I tried to hustle back here and edit my comment, but you beat me to it.

 

I'm like a hawk today for the Roberts stuff... and yeah, you didn't miss it... I just posted them this morning. Still looking for 2007, 2006, etc (I believe that's when we first started using SailWave for scoring) so if anyone else has happened to come across them please let me know.

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I put the .3oz kite on the boat last night...and looks like I'll get a chance to use it!

 

Me moved Synergy to CYC last night. Had a great cruze over. On pretty nights, it's amazing how many people you can get signed up for a delivery sail! (I think we had 9 on board.)

 

Question: How long does this race usually take? Are there records for longest/shortest?

 

...and I also like that I get to race in the "B Fleet" for a change. ;)

 

I really don't think you want the answer to those two questions, sir.

 

war of attrition...

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Entries up to SEVENTEEN for the Roberts Race tonight... thanks to all:

 

Flyer

Schockstar

Bobsled

Glory Days

First Tracks

 

Mister Ed

D^2

Outlet X Press

Windlassie

Manitou Express

Stinger

 

Synergy

Sneak A Tack

Seraphim

(Columbia 50)

Great Scot

St Nicholas II

 

(Sorry, Doug, it appears you may again be in Class C :rolleyes: )

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Looking to put together a Melges 24 team on USA 55. PM me if you are interested, no squids or joy riders. Serious racers only. Strictly Corinthian effort, not a huge budget. Based out of Toledo.

 

Will do local Wednesday night, weekend etc. If I can get things together in time and things are going good enough possible OD Races Include:

July 28-31

Sperry Top-Sider Marblehead NOOD Marblehead, MAAugust 20-21

Melges 24 Invitational Grand Traverse Yacht Club; Traverse City, MISep 30 - Oct 2

U.S. National Championship Lake Geneva Yacht Club; Zenda, Wis.

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Looking to put together a Melges 24 team on USA 55. PM me if you are interested, no squids or joy riders. Serious racers only. Strictly Corinthian effort, not a huge budget. Based out of Toledo.

 

Will do local Wednesday night, weekend etc. If I can get things together in time and things are going good enough possible OD Races Include:

July 28-31

Sperry Top-Sider Marblehead NOOD Marblehead, MAAugust 20-21

Melges 24 Invitational Grand Traverse Yacht Club; Traverse City, MISep 30 - Oct 2

U.S. National Championship Lake Geneva Yacht Club; Zenda, Wis.

 

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good luck robert's racers - take lots of cold bevs because it doesn't look like you are going to have much breeze - maybe a hopeful offshore breeze kicks in, but doesn't look promising

 

of course the wind looks like it will be light all weekend till late sunday afternoon, so the rest of us won't have much for CRW OD either.

 

hope the best and hope for no bugs!!!

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good luck robert's racers - take lots of cold bevs because it doesn't look like you are going to have much breeze - maybe a hopeful offshore breeze kicks in, but doesn't look promising

 

of course the wind looks like it will be light all weekend till late sunday afternoon, so the rest of us won't have much for CRW OD either.

 

hope the best and hope for no bugs!!!

 

how long is the robert's race these days?

 

best memory i have is after a start one year - sailing on tinkertoy jib reaching along in 20-30 knots of breeze thinking we were doing ok. along comes XLR8 blasting thru the waves going mach 10 and passing us like we where standing still. all peeps on board with huge grins on their faces with the ride. of course all the smiles turned upside down when we had to come back uphill in the same crap. i remember trimming the jib in out of tack and heard huge crack and felt something go by my ear. it was the turning block that blew out of the deck and missed my head by a few inches. thank god we dropped out after that and didn't have to keep going upwind.

ahhhhhh the memories.

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15 hours and 20 minutes pure sailing pleasure. Well at least the first 20 minutes. Can't wait to try this course with some breeze next year.

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Great run by Hawk and the red boat. Kept the boat moving all-night and dropped down out of the darkness off Sheffield Lake about a quarter mile ahead of us and about the same interval behind Flyer. The 122 looks soild in the light and shifty stuff. Congrats First Tracks!

 

 

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15:52 here. Would have been a LOT shorter of I'd trusted my gut on the last leg and headed out early after the break wall. (well...by a LOT, I mean about 35min)

 

That'll teach me to open my mouth and ask "how long does this usually take?"

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As of 1:30, there were still boats out there. Results and awards tomorrow at noon.

 

I won't be able to make it, but was hoping to stop by the clubhouse after the Indians game to see how we did. (poorly)

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As of 1:30, there were still boats out there. Results and awards tomorrow at noon.

 

I won't be able to make it, but was hoping to stop by the clubhouse after the Indians game to see how we did. (poorly)

 

Who's got the results?

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i think i'm just about kicked for distance racing right now

 

 

WTF are you trying to say?

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I didn't make it over today for the awards and results. We were going to head over, and then the heavens opened up and dumped a monsoon on us. I'll head over tomorrow and post a pic if they don't post them by then.

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Oh man, Trans Erie race... I've always wanted to do that one -- just wish Cleveland was a bit closer to either of the end points!

 

Roberts Race update:

 

Official course length was 41.75nm... Congratulations to those who stuck it out and endured some trying conditions. At least there was no rain, very few bugs, beautiful sunset and sunrise.

 

Congratulations to the winners of Class A, B, C: First Tracks, D^2, Sneak A Tack

 

Congratulations to First Tracks, also, for winning overall.

 

Thank you to everyone for attending -- especially those who have supported the event several times over the years. This was my first year running the race and it was a nice morale booster to up the attendance from <10 over the past three years to 17 this time! Unfortunately, that makes me want to run the race again...

 

Results posted here, as well as on the CYC website.

2011 Results.pdf

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So do I get an "Iron Man" trophy for sticking it out, knowing damn-well I'd be the last boat? biggrin.gif

 

You get that delicious bottle of wine I left in your cockpit, as well as a 2nd Class C flag (will be in the mail), believe it or not!

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Oh man, Trans Erie race... I've always wanted to do that one -- just wish Cleveland was a bit closer to either of the end points!

 

Does it really matter where it starts or ends or where you keep your boat? You have to do one "round trip" anyway assuming you don't sell the boat at the finish.

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So do I get an "Iron Man" trophy for sticking it out, knowing damn-well I'd be the last boat? biggrin.gif

 

Oh and another note... Seraphim didn't DROP OUT until 1:30PM...

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Oh and another note... Seraphim didn't DROP OUT until 1:30PM...

 

Quitters...

 

We were SHOCKED when passed by them about 3h after we rounded the break-wall at Lorain.

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Speaking of Lorain,

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Don't forget the LSYC Regatta at Lorain Sailing and Yacht Club. Festivities, CSA Womens Race, and Twin Rivers Race Friday, July 29th. Racing on Saturday July 30th. Good times all weekend. Come on out and join us for good food, good beer, and great sailing.

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

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Oh man, Trans Erie race... I've always wanted to do that one -- just wish Cleveland was a bit closer to either of the end points!

 

Does it really matter where it starts or ends or where you keep your boat? You have to do one "round trip" anyway assuming you don't sell the boat at the finish.

 

Now that is a good idea!

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

 

first??? really??

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

 

Right on!

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

 

Right on!

 

If there is a multihull class, I think the Bene36.7/IMX38/Bene36.7 should enter!

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OK folks - need to get LE Anarchy back up on the first page at least (can't beleive it was on page 7!!!)

 

 

What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

 

Right on!

 

If there is a multihull class, I think the Bene36.7/IMX38/Bene36.7 should enter!

 

Now you're thinkin' along the right path! cool.gif

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What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

 

Right on!

 

If there is a multihull class, I think the Bene36.7/IMX38/Bene36.7 should enter!

 

Now you're thinkin' along the right path! cool.gif

 

except one of the bene's is out of commission

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So make it a catamaran instead of a trimaran.

 

So make it a catamaran instead of a trimaran.

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So make it a catamaran instead of a trimaran.

 

So make it a catamaran instead of a trimaran.

 

If it were a trimaran would you have said it a third time? :ph34r:

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What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

 

Right on!

 

If there is a multihull class, I think the Bene36.7/IMX38/Bene36.7 should enter!

 

Now you're thinkin' along the right path! cool.gif

 

except one of the bene's is out of commission

I understand there will Be One design for

 

Wavelength 24

J29

T-10

J105

36.7

Level 72 (T35, S35, Express 37)

 

I understand it's also the IMX38 North Americans, but on the PHRF Course.

 

The Red Boat and Flat Stanley are also in.

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What is going on with Put in Bay week? who is going? what OD fleets?

seems like sign ups are going slow and just want to see what the everybodies thoughts are?

 

Mister Ed will be making his first appearance at the Bay. WOOO WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

 

It's always fun to point and laugh at the Put-in-Bay virgins. :lol:

 

Right on!

 

If there is a multihull class, I think the Bene36.7/IMX38/Bene36.7 should enter!

 

Now you're thinkin' along the right path! cool.gif

 

except one of the bene's is out of commission

I understand there will Be One design for

 

Wavelength 24

J29

T-10

J105

36.7

Level 72 (T35, S35, Express 37)

 

I understand it's also the IMX38 North Americans, but on the PHRF Course.

 

The Red Boat and Flat Stanley are also in.

 

Actually it's the 2011 IMX 38 WORLD championship of the WORLD... but since we're not officially "sanctioned" we're not allowed to call it that :ph34r:

 

So horny for a blendy right now...

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if you find one let us know -w e need a place as well....

They are going to have a few camping spots at the YC. Need to make a reservation I think.

 

"We have a pool and we have a pond. The pond would be good for you...."

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Sleep on the boat like we did back in the '80s! Shower at the Crews Nest. Your gonna pass out anyway!!!!

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Sleep on the boat like we did back in the '80s! Shower at the Crews Nest. Your gonna pass out anyway!!!!

Night trains were always like a hotel room

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Bay was a blast last year, (for the first time in a while) with great turnout, I think it will be the same or bigger this year, Sadly the bene fleet might be down, unless we can get a few detroit and erie boats to show up. If you aren't doing anything that weekend, why not go to the bay?

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Bay was a blast last year, (for the first time in a while) with great turnout, I think it will be the same or bigger this year, Sadly the bene fleet might be down, unless we can get a few detroit and erie boats to show up. If you aren't doing anything that weekend, why not go to the bay?

 

Good point!

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Bay was a blast last year, (for the first time in a while) with great turnout, I think it will be the same or bigger this year, Sadly the bene fleet might be down, unless we can get a few detroit and erie boats to show up. If you aren't doing anything that weekend, why not go to the bay?

 

Good point!

 

Well, it is expensive ;-) I, though, am looking forward to it. What is the racing format... Fri = islands course, Sat = W/L, Sun = W/L?

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I just emailed Bob to get his input on here, but my take on it is

 

For OD classes, W/L the whole 3 days.

 

PHRF classes Islands on Friday with W/Ls thrown in depending on wind and input.

 

Cat Classes, inshore W/L

 

Alas, we can;t forget about the feeeder races, from cleveland, Sandusky, and I think Port Clinton, and North Cape. Thursdays or wed night maybe from cleveland....

 

See you there, remember last year???

Girls, booze, amphicars, boats, golf carts... This place is the ultimate Disney land for Drunks!

 

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Oh yea there was sailing too...

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The format is going to be great again this year with multiple courses, ample dockage and of course the parties and events.

 

For more information on the event, visit: http://i-lya.org/pag...ail-regatta.php

 

Remember to buy your social packages early - there's a link to the form and more info at the link above.

 

See you all there!!

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Registration and Scoring for the Deepwaters and the Regatta are on line by Yacht Scoring.

 

See who's registered already HERE

 

Why aren't you?

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Registration and Scoring for the Deepwaters and the Regatta are on line by Yacht Scoring.

 

See who's registered already HERE

 

Why aren't you?

 

'Cause I sold my boat and am much happier because of it! tongue.gif

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irc rr - why isn't the boat you are sailing on for bay signed up?

 

who is going to sign up and who is npt going?

suprised on the list right now, as the list isn't to long right now.

 

my guess is the housing on the island is tough and hard to come by.

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irc rr - why isn't the boat you are sailing on for bay signed up?

 

who is going to sign up and who is npt going?

suprised on the list right now, as the list isn't to long right now.

 

my guess is the housing on the island is tough and hard to come by.

5 added today, including the 122

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irc rr - why isn't the boat you are sailing on for bay signed up?

 

who is going to sign up and who is npt going?

suprised on the list right now, as the list isn't to long right now.

 

my guess is the housing on the island is tough and hard to come by.

I'm not sure what your talking about. ;) It's signed up. You are right, the list isn't very long right now. Same problem as always. There's a REASON there isn't many places left to rent tho. You can't wait to do that till the last few days.

 

Looks like there will be a J120 one design fleet. That will be fun. Just have to find out if they want three days of W/L or 2 W/L and a round the islands race. I'll bet they get to pick!

 

Wonder if we'll get a M32 Fleet? I know the 122 is looking forward to going up against them again. Big fun at the Mills, Race Week and the Nash.

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http://www.baylodging.com

 

Still has some rooms open for Bayweek......

Woa! Hold on for one minute. Thats where we're staying. Close to town and the Club. It's a nice place, less than 10 years old and not to pricey. Pool bar too, but not a pond. Not sure if they'll take any "small letters only guys."

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Does the IMX 38 fleet get to pick if they have OD or not? We just need a 3rd from somewhere right? :rolleyes:

 

 

Looks like the J/120s will have the OD course to themselves

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7-8-2011:

 

Tod, Bill, Blair, Jeff, and anyone else who might be interested -

 

After almost six months of waiting, the Eagle Viper has landed.

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7-8-2011:

 

Tod, Bill, Blair, Jeff, and anyone else who might be interested -

 

After almost six months of waiting, the Eagle Viper has landed.

Congratulations! Hope it arrived after that long trip in good shape.Will be in touch.

 

JW

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OH SURE NOW the Freaking wind blows!! just the same thanks the LYC for the hospitality over the weekend...

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