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Lake Erie Anarchy Part 2

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interested in the phrf aND JAM ENTRIES. ill be there next week, mostly for the beer. ;)

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My wife and I stopped at EYC yesterday after a extended hiatus from racing.I was really impressed with EYC's race management,orginization and the do what it takes attitude to make racing at EYC a great experience for the competitors.Was more impressed that they seem to have very competitive fleets with a great turnout on a weekly basis.That comes about with commitment from the sailors and hard work from all of the volunteers.Keep up the good work.

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My wife and I stopped at EYC yesterday after a extended hiatus from racing.I was really impressed with EYC's race management,orginization and the do what it takes attitude to make racing at EYC a great experience for the competitors.Was more impressed that they seem to have very competitive fleets with a great turnout on a weekly basis.That comes about with commitment from the sailors and hard work from all of the volunteers.Keep up the good work.

So glad to hear it! where are you from?

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My wife and I stopped at EYC yesterday after a extended hiatus from racing.I was really impressed with EYC's race management,orginization and the do what it takes attitude to make racing at EYC a great experience for the competitors.Was more impressed that they seem to have very competitive fleets with a great turnout on a weekly basis.That comes about with commitment from the sailors and hard work from all of the volunteers.Keep up the good work.

So glad to hear it! where are you from?

Have raced in the Cleveland area for 30 years plus out of MHYC.Work took me south for a bit but I'm back in NE Ohio for good.Will be racing with a old friend of mine out of EYC on his newly arrived T10 starting this weekend.The boat was not ready last weekend.Was so impressed with the changes and improvements at EYC my wife and I are looking at becoming members.I have to follow up this weekend with some contacts I spoke with last weeknd.

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My wife and I stopped at EYC yesterday after a extended hiatus from racing.I was really impressed with EYC's race management,orginization and the do what it takes attitude to make racing at EYC a great experience for the competitors.Was more impressed that they seem to have very competitive fleets with a great turnout on a weekly basis.That comes about with commitment from the sailors and hard work from all of the volunteers.Keep up the good work.

So glad to hear it! where are you from?

Have raced in the Cleveland area for 30 years plus out of MHYC.Work took me south for a bit but I'm back in NE Ohio for good.Will be racing with a old friend of mine out of EYC on his newly arrived T10 starting this weekend.The boat was not ready last weekend.Was so impressed with the changes and improvements at EYC my wife and I are looking at becoming members.I have to follow up this weekend with some contacts I spoke with last weeknd.

 

Ah, that answers my question re: the new 10 listed on the entrants. Welcome (back) to the knucklehead-ery. And remember, if you swap paint you have to throw the protest flag immediately or get your protest thrown out. Looking at the boats on the line the possibilities are somewhat smaller than last weekend.

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somebody said they saw something on tv last night about a sailing event at cleveland yacht club with over 300 boats and thousands of sailors

 

am i missing something?

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somebody said they saw something on tv last night about a sailing event at cleveland yacht club with over 300 boats and thousands of sailors

 

am i missing something?

 

Roberts Race

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there is a brand new J70 down at ewyc yesterday and today taking interested peeps out for a sail

 

went for a ride last night - pretty nice, quick and well built boat

was suprised how stable it is and still responsive

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Will these guys be attending?...

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according to the current registration yes

 

Why is is leaning?

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since the spiff pic is up - here is another pitch for the upcoming LYC Ruhlman Cup over july 6-8

 

 

attached is updated NOR and entry form (in PDF form, let me know if you need it in some other form) for the 2012 Lakeside Yacht Club Regatta July 6-8.

 

Some info and what in store. will be a great time as usual and tell everybody to get it on their to do list.

 

The 82nd Annual

Lakeside Yacht Club

REGATTA July 6-8, 2012

 

Lakeside Yacht Club proudly presents the 82nd Regatta and Ruhlman Cup. LYC would like everybody to come join us and come enjoy the great event that is planned. We have some exciting new ideas to make your regatta weekend even more enjoyable. These include multiple races on a single day (with possible longer distance race), music as soon as you get off the water (Saturday) and more to come.

 

Friday Evening

Women’s and Double Handed Race

Regatta Party with free food, beer and music provided by the Lakeside Band

Saturday

Free coffee and donuts before racing

Racing starting at 10:00

After racing party with free beer and music by Alex Bevan

Sunday

Free coffee and donuts before racing

Racing starting at 10:00

After racing party with free beer, with new awards and presentation of the Ruhlman Cup

LYCNOR2012entryfinal.pdf

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Thursday night race of CRW-Offshore... and there are thunderstorms in the forecast?!

 

WHO KNEW???

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Thursday night race of CRW-Offshore... and there are thunderstorms in the forecast?!

 

WHO KNEW???

 

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any info for the roberts race it apears the website is 2011

 

Thanks for that catch -- I'm embarrassed to admit this but, after loading up all the new docs... I didn't update the links to the 2012 files. To be fair, it's not like I took any website classes in school! Should be fixed within the hour.

 

Also, for CYC peoples, the entry form will be available in the CYC clubhouse lobby... for EWYC and other clubs, I have asked their respective fleet captains to kindly distribute via email.

 

Here's the electronic forms for the SA bunch as well -- if I did it correctly, you should be able to open up the PDF entry form and just type directly into it.

 

Shameless bump -- with the race exactly one month away, looking forward to seeing everyone! Whomever would like to take their swings at the new Mrs. Ed on the JAM start line... will get their chance!

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1338392087[/url]' post='3732192']
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1337808605[/url]' post='3724693']

any info for the roberts race it apears the website is 2011

 

Thanks for that catch -- I'm embarrassed to admit this but, after loading up all the new docs... I didn't update the links to the 2012 files. To be fair, it's not like I took any website classes in school! Should be fixed within the hour.

 

Also, for CYC peoples, the entry form will be available in the CYC clubhouse lobby... for EWYC and other clubs, I have asked their respective fleet captains to kindly distribute via email.

 

Here's the electronic forms for the SA bunch as well -- if I did it correctly, you should be able to open up the PDF entry form and just type directly into it.

 

Shameless bump -- with the race exactly one month away, looking forward to seeing everyone! Whomever would like to take their swings at the new Mrs. Ed on the JAM start line... will get their chance!

 

Surely you mean less than a week

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^^Yup yup... Roberts Race this coming Saturday morning at CYC. Registration packets/party Friday evening. Awards Sunday late morning.

 

I'll have more party details to post this afternoon.

 

 

 

Right now I have more JAM entries than PHRF... let's go slackers!

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^^Yup yup... Roberts Race this coming Saturday morning at CYC. Registration packets/party Friday evening. Awards Sunday late morning.

 

I'll have more party details to post this afternoon.

 

 

 

Right now I have more JAM entries than PHRF... let's go slackers!

Wait..the Roberts is THIS week end? why haven't you given us some notice?

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^^Yup yup... Roberts Race this coming Saturday morning at CYC. Registration packets/party Friday evening. Awards Sunday late morning.

 

I'll have more party details to post this afternoon.

 

 

 

Right now I have more JAM entries than PHRF... let's go slackers!

Wait..the Roberts is THIS week end? why haven't you given us some notice?

 

*(rum)punch*

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^^Yup yup... Roberts Race this coming Saturday morning at CYC. Registration packets/party Friday evening. Awards Sunday late morning.

 

I'll have more party details to post this afternoon.

 

 

 

Right now I have more JAM entries than PHRF... let's go slackers!

Wait..the Roberts is THIS week end? why haven't you given us some notice?

 

*(rum)punch*

seriously (for a change) did I read 8:00am start?

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^^Yup yup... Roberts Race this coming Saturday morning at CYC. Registration packets/party Friday evening. Awards Sunday late morning.

 

I'll have more party details to post this afternoon.

 

 

 

Right now I have more JAM entries than PHRF... let's go slackers!

Wait..the Roberts is THIS week end? why haven't you given us some notice?

 

*(rum)punch*

seriously (for a change) did I read 8:00am start?

 

Pending on fleet splits, yes, planning on having the JAM fleet(s) start early around 0800 or 0830... followed by the PHRF fleets probably closer to 0930 or 1000.

 

Right now, I am praying for some more wind in the forecast, especially if I am on a Beneteau.

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Still way early for a real look at breeze. Though, a virgin sacrifice may be in the cards.

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anybody see the splits for crw? a couple of weird phrf fleets

Only the one where the 105's weren't in their own division. That must of been because there wasn't enough registered.

 

How come nobodies bitching that the scores aren't on line or something? Oh wait....thats because they are and have been.

 

Your welcome B)

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anybody see the splits for crw? a couple of weird phrf fleets

Only the one where the 105's weren't in their own division. That must of been because there wasn't enough registered.

 

How come nobodies bitching that the scores aren't on line or something? Oh wait....thats because they are and have been.

 

Your welcome B)

 

Actually, seriously...

 

great job with the R/C this past weekend, IRC and everyone else!

 

and thank you!

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anybody see the splits for crw? a couple of weird phrf fleets

Only the one where the 105's weren't in their own division. That must of been because there wasn't enough registered.

 

How come nobodies bitching that the scores aren't on line or something? Oh wait....thats because they are and have been.

 

Your welcome B)

 

Actually, seriously...

 

great job with the R/C this past weekend, IRC and everyone else!

 

and thank you!

 

+1 on that. Great communication & tight organization.

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1340291562[/url]' post='3759457']

anybody see the splits for crw? a couple of weird phrf fleets

Only the one where the 105's weren't in their own division. That must of been because there wasn't enough registered.

 

How come nobodies bitching that the scores aren't on line or something? Oh wait....thats because they are and have been.

 

Your welcome B)

 

Actually, seriously...

 

great job with the R/C this past weekend, IRC and everyone else!

 

and thank you!

 

+1 on that. Great communication & tight organization.

+2 great job Mike, Tighe, and crew!

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Schockstar's new home...From the SA from the front page:how to train your dragon - The Schock 40 was both one of the more adventuresome production 40 footers and one of the worst. Canting keel, forward rudder, sketchy build, As famously said in punk rock documentary, the Decline of Western Civilization, "it was fucked, but it was great." Anarchist Pete just bought one and below he describes the joys of learning how to sail such a creature during Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week...As for us, well this is a learning experience with the new boat in our first regatta.  We had five new people on board including two dinghy sailors from UCLA.  While talented they quickly found that handling a 1,650sf A2, the size of a large 2 bedroom apartment is little different than a 29'er.  The twin foil, canting keel Schock 40 is different than any boat I have ever sailed.  If there is anything we have taken away is how to tack the boat in heavy air.  The twin foils on this boat are narrow and deep and when you tack if the main is on hard the boat wants to round up.  When it does, you lose flow and the boat immediately  goes in irons and literally starts going backwards.  This happened to us three times in day 1.  Note to self, back wind a few seconds on the jib to bring the bow around and ease the main to keep the boat on its feet.  And broaching is a wild experience.  With the keel at a 60 degree cant the boat rolls and you bury the weather rail and getting the boat to come out of it can be quite tricky.  We sheared off the clutch handle on the tack line in one wild one.  Fortunately we have a spare.  We went 4-4-4 for a total of 16 points.  There are two boats tied for 2nd with 15 points so 2nd place is within striking distance if we have a good day Sunday.  I would consider a second a very successful first regatta. 06/26/12

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Schockstar's new home...From the SA from the front page:how to train your dragon - The Schock 40 was both one of the more adventuresome production 40 footers and one of the worst. Canting keel, forward rudder, sketchy build, As famously said in punk rock documentary, the Decline of Western Civilization, "it was fucked, but it was great." Anarchist Pete just bought one and below he describes the joys of learning how to sail such a creature during Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week...As for us, well this is a learning experience with the new boat in our first regatta.  We had five new people on board including two dinghy sailors from UCLA.  While talented they quickly found that handling a 1,650sf A2, the size of a large 2 bedroom apartment is little different than a 29'er.  The twin foil, canting keel Schock 40 is different than any boat I have ever sailed.  If there is anything we have taken away is how to tack the boat in heavy air.  The twin foils on this boat are narrow and deep and when you tack if the main is on hard the boat wants to round up.  When it does, you lose flow and the boat immediately  goes in irons and literally starts going backwards.  This happened to us three times in day 1.  Note to self, back wind a few seconds on the jib to bring the bow around and ease the main to keep the boat on its feet.  And broaching is a wild experience.  With the keel at a 60 degree cant the boat rolls and you bury the weather rail and getting the boat to come out of it can be quite tricky.  We sheared off the clutch handle on the tack line in one wild one.  Fortunately we have a spare.  We went 4-4-4 for a total of 16 points.  There are two boats tied for 2nd with 15 points so 2nd place is within striking distance if we have a good day Sunday.  I would consider a second a very successful first regatta. 06/26/12

 

4+4+4=16?

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Schockstar's new home...From the SA from the front page:how to train your dragon - The Schock 40 was both one of the more adventuresome production 40 footers and one of the worst. Canting keel, forward rudder, sketchy build, As famously said in punk rock documentary, the Decline of Western Civilization, "it was fucked, but it was great." Anarchist Pete just bought one and below he describes the joys of learning how to sail such a creature during Ullman Sails Long Beach Race Week...As for us, well this is a learning experience with the new boat in our first regatta. We had five new people on board including two dinghy sailors from UCLA. While talented they quickly found that handling a 1,650sf A2, the size of a large 2 bedroom apartment is little different than a 29'er. The twin foil, canting keel Schock 40 is different than any boat I have ever sailed. If there is anything we have taken away is how to tack the boat in heavy air. The twin foils on this boat are narrow and deep and when you tack if the main is on hard the boat wants to round up. When it does, you lose flow and the boat immediately goes in irons and literally starts going backwards. This happened to us three times in day 1. Note to self, back wind a few seconds on the jib to bring the bow around and ease the main to keep the boat on its feet. And broaching is a wild experience. With the keel at a 60 degree cant the boat rolls and you bury the weather rail and getting the boat to come out of it can be quite tricky. We sheared off the clutch handle on the tack line in one wild one. Fortunately we have a spare. We went 4-4-4 for a total of 16 points. There are two boats tied for 2nd with 15 points so 2nd place is within striking distance if we have a good day Sunday. I would consider a second a very successful first regatta. 06/26/12

 

4+4+4=16?

 

New math

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no the one fleet where there were 7 boats that had a 72 rating with 2 other boats that weren't that close to rating

the level 72's should have had there own class - no ifs ands or buts about it

that was a mistake, especially when you had smaller phrf fleets than 7 boats

 

our fleet was fine - we only had 3 j105s and shouldn't get our own fleet with that

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no the one fleet where there were 7 boats that had a 72 rating with 2 other boats that weren't that close to rating

the level 72's should have had there own class - no ifs ands or buts about it

that was a mistake, especially when you had smaller phrf fleets than 7 boats

 

our fleet was fine - we only had 3 j105s and shouldn't get our own fleet with that

 

Even with only 3 -- you're all more than welcome for the Roberts Race :ph34r:

 

Get used to the shameless plugs this week... FYI Vanpire is currently the official scratch boat.

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no the one fleet where there were 7 boats that had a 72 rating with 2 other boats that weren't that close to rating

the level 72's should have had there own class - no ifs ands or buts about it

that was a mistake, especially when you had smaller phrf fleets than 7 boats

 

our fleet was fine - we only had 3 j105s and shouldn't get our own fleet with that

 

 

Do you put the J120 in PHRF A then? That would be a big spread between the Farr 400 to the J120.

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no the one fleet where there were 7 boats that had a 72 rating with 2 other boats that weren't that close to rating

the level 72's should have had there own class - no ifs ands or buts about it

that was a mistake, especially when you had smaller phrf fleets than 7 boats

 

our fleet was fine - we only had 3 j105s and shouldn't get our own fleet with that

 

 

Do you put the J120 in PHRF A then? That would be a big spread between the Farr 400 to the J120.

 

Damned if you do damned if you don't... it's already a big spread between the Farr 400 and the Henderson so... I maybe would have thrown Capers into A if only for the sprit... but where do you put Blue Dog? Move them to E with the 75 and 78 and 90 class? At that point at least you have a level 72 class, but you're still going to upset Capers and/or BD.

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i think you are missing the point - 7 BOATS WITH A equal 72 RATING!!!!

they deserve a seperate class - the other boats you fit wherever you have to

the j120 and blue dog in A, you have a big spread already.

not the level 72 guys problem that 8-10 boats in A land have different spread out ratings.

but you burned them and their chance to have a good series. i talked to some and they wondered

what the heck they did and were shaking their heads.

they gave 4 farr30's their own class (i get they had 7 signed up, wait did i say 7 again?)

 

look, sailing is down everywhere, why punish these 7 level boats and their chance to sail level as a class?

just answer me that.

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i think you are missing the point - 7 BOATS WITH A equal 72 RATING!!!!

they deserve a seperate class - the other boats you fit wherever you have to

the j120 and blue dog in A, you have a big spread already.

not the level 72 guys problem that 8-10 boats in A land have different spread out ratings.

but you burned them and their chance to have a good series. i talked to some and they wondered

what the heck they did and were shaking their heads.

they gave 4 farr30's their own class (i get they had 7 signed up, wait did i say 7 again?)

 

look, sailing is down everywhere, why punish these 7 level boats and their chance to sail level as a class?

just answer me that.

 

^I was actually agreeing with you.

 

Either way, yeah I saw more Farr 30s entered as well... where's the rest of the 105s this year?

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we are down to 4 local boats (3 sail most of the time)

1 boat in vermillion and some up in detriot

don't know if any are doing the roberts race

we can't due to crew issues sorry to say

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What PHRF boats are signed up or expected for the Robert's.

Do you have a list?

 

I have two lists... one of "we're coming" and one of received entries...

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What PHRF boats are signed up or expected for the Robert's.

Do you have a list?

 

Bobsled will be there. Like to see the 400 again this weekend.

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we are down to 4 local boats (3 sail most of the time)

1 boat in vermillion and some up in detriot

don't know if any are doing the roberts race

we can't due to crew issues sorry to say

 

Sorry to hear -- maybe time to hop into a J70.

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What PHRF boats are signed up or expected for the Robert's.

Do you have a list?

 

I have two lists... one of "we're coming" and one of received entries...

 

Maybe I was unclear. I am glad you have a list, but will you post it. We are on the fence.

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i think you are missing the point - 7 BOATS WITH A equal 72 RATING!!!!

they deserve a seperate class - the other boats you fit wherever you have to

the j120 and blue dog in A, you have a big spread already.

not the level 72 guys problem that 8-10 boats in A land have different spread out ratings.

but you burned them and their chance to have a good series. i talked to some and they wondered

what the heck they did and were shaking their heads.

they gave 4 farr30's their own class (i get they had 7 signed up, wait did i say 7 again?)

 

look, sailing is down everywhere, why punish these 7 level boats and their chance to sail level as a class?

just answer me that.

 

Level 72 was not advertised. Splits are not easy when we have boats so dissimilar. Capers did not fit. I could not see them in A. We had 7 Farr 30s registered. 6 of them paid. Jim, you had one once you know the situation... Interesting that I did not hear any complaints from the "level 72" sailors..... Are we going to have enough 105s at Bay Week to have them on the OD course?

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What PHRF boats are signed up or expected for the Robert's.

Do you have a list?

 

I have two lists... one of "we're coming" and one of received entries...

 

Maybe I was unclear. I am glad you have a list, but will you post it. We are on the fence.

 

Sorry I misunderstood...

 

We would absolutely love to have you. I'll post a list tonight -- I plan on being at CYC anyway to pick up some entries.

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FWIW when everyone is "on the fence" it makes it easier for everyone else to jump to the same side as soon as the first one goes :rolleyes:;-)

 

Not to be that guy, just saying.

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

 

Forecast shmorecast... Saturday is going to be 20% humidity, 75 degrees, 10-15kts from the NW, sunny skies... drinks a flowin'

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we have the following committed for the bay are far as i know

not sure if any of the detriot boats will join us

 

trio unbridled magpie the boat from vermilion and it - 5 boats for sure

will that get us a start, i am not sure

 

on the thing, still think you have to look at what is fair for the 7 level boats, not one or 2 boats that have a rating somewhere in the middle

rather have one bitching than 7

 

on the forecast for sat - tues is way to early to think you might know what is going to happen on LE

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

 

Weak

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we have the following committed for the bay are far as i know

not sure if any of the detriot boats will join us

 

trio unbridled magpie the boat from vermilion and it - 5 boats for sure

will that get us a start, i am not sure

 

on the thing, still think you have to look at what is fair for the 7 level boats, not one or 2 boats that have a rating somewhere in the middle

rather have one bitching than 7

 

on the forecast for sat - tues is way to early to think you might know what is going to happen on LE

 

 

Saturday morning is way too early to think you might know what is going to happen on LE on Saturday afternoon.

 

I still predict drinks.

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

 

Weak

Agree, we wonder why turnouts are down? Maybe not having sailflow 15 years ago was a good thing.

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anybody see the splits for crw? a couple of weird phrf fleets

Only the one where the 105's weren't in their own division. That must of been because there wasn't enough registered.

 

How come nobodies bitching that the scores aren't on line or something? Oh wait....thats because they are and have been.

 

Your You're welcome B)

 

I didn't see the women's races posted....

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anybody see the splits for crw? a couple of weird phrf fleets

Only the one where the 105's weren't in their own division. That must of been because there wasn't enough registered.

 

How come nobodies bitching that the scores aren't on line or something? Oh wait....thats because they are and have been.

 

Your You're welcome B)

 

I didn't see the women's races posted....

 

SO MANY COLORS!

 

:ph34r:

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

 

Weak

Agree, we wonder why turnouts are down? Maybe not having sailflow 15 years ago was a good thing.

 

 

I thought I recall Mr. Ed dropping out and turning on the blender last year. Maybe why finishers are down.

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

 

Weak

Agree, we wonder why turnouts are down? Maybe not having sailflow 15 years ago was a good thing.

 

 

I thought I recall Mr. Ed dropping out and turning on the blender last year. Maybe why finishers are down.

 

The one and only time in 16 years of sailing? Where same said boat travelled and helped promote ALL local regattas (not self back-scratching and just CYC) even before CSA existed? Oh right, and the camels were calling from Egypt, too.

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I just looked at sailflow and it is showing 2-3 knots all day long. I hate to say it, but I think we are off of the fence and in the not going category. Sorry.

 

Weak

Agree, we wonder why turnouts are down? Maybe not having sailflow 15 years ago was a good thing.

 

Sure did, had to catch a plane to Egypt. Still enjoyed the sail.

 

 

 

I thought I recall Mr. Ed dropping out and turning on the blender last year. Maybe why finishers are down.

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Just busting your chops a little. We have done the Roberts the last few years, but have 4 people who are unavailable this weekend. If it was looking like the ride of the year, like 2009, then I may be more inclined to scrap together the rest of the crew. We will see you guys at Leukemia cup in a few weeks and I may even try to hop on another boat for the Roberts. Just a little tired of emails, txts, and phone calls to go sailing in 2 knots of breeze.

 

If I see you this weekend I will buy you a beer. Now don't be so sensitive. You guys have traveled a ton.

Now Bobsled....................

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Just busting your chops a little. We have done the Roberts the last few years, but have 4 people who are unavailable this weekend. If it was looking like the ride of the year, like 2009, then I may be more inclined to scrap together the rest of the crew. We will see you guys at Leukemia cup in a few weeks and I may even try to hop on another boat for the Roberts. Just a little tired of emails, txts, and phone calls to go sailing in 2 knots of breeze.

 

If I see you this weekend I will buy you a beer. Now don't be so sensitive. You guys have traveled a ton.

Now Bobsled....................

 

yes you beckoned

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insane to do a 65nm race on a PHRF 200ish rated boat. Still thinking about it.

 

jam entries are probably attracted to the 30nm distance. more reasonable in lighter air.... could be a perfect day, prolly decide friday

morning ;-)

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we have the following committed for the bay are far as i know

not sure if any of the detriot boats will join us

 

trio unbridled magpie the boat from vermilion and it - 5 boats for sure

will that get us a start, i am not sure

 

on the thing, still think you have to look at what is fair for the 7 level boats, not one or 2 boats that have a rating somewhere in the middle

rather have one bitching than 7

 

on the forecast for sat - tues is way to early to think you might know what is going to happen on LE

 

I never heard any of the seven bitch.

Yes if you have 5 boats you should have a class.

I hope we can get the 36.7s to bring 5 or more. They have NAs at CYC in Sept so lets hope.

Yes I will send you around the islands one day/. I liked what last year was. Need to beter discribe all marks. My fault. Jim Please record my admission for all history. Missed the horse this weekend.

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i hear you - will note your admission

 

you can see how those 7 would have loved to have a class of their own and let them duke it out

hard for them to deal with the other 2 much faster boats as they can just sail away and always have clean air

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Regarding the issue of PHRF C and the seven 72's I don't know if I speak for the other 6 but while it would have been nice to only have us in the class we were really only racing each other anyway. The 120 was gone early in each race and going its own way and different angles. There have been some years past where RC was able to keep it all 72 and that was great but I understand there was no other good place to put the 120 and 115.

 

In the bigger picture CRW 2012 was a super event as usual - great job again by Titge and company on the water. EYC is a good club and we even got a dock spot right up front!

 

Too bad we missed out on a beautiful sail through the inner harbor on Friday night - but the chili was ready!

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Robert's Race Fence Sitters Weather Update: Sailflow is showing 6-11 kts W/WSW. Windfinder shows similar with gusts into the mid-teens.

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Robert's Race Fence Sitters Weather Update: Sailflow is showing 6-11 kts W/WSW. Windfinder shows similar with gusts into the mid-teens.

 

Shaping up to be a glorious looking weekend.

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Is there a scratch sheet or a list of entrys that can be posted?

 

Any plans for kegs Saturday after the finish?

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shameless plug for the 2012 Lakeside Yacht Club Regatta July 6-8.

 

find all the forms here or let me know and i can email to you - http://www.lakesideyachtclub.com/Pages/Lakeside%20Regatta.aspx

 

Some info and what in store. will be a great time as usual and tell everybody to get it on their to do list.

 

The 82nd Annual

Lakeside Yacht Club

REGATTA July 6-8, 2012

 

Lakeside Yacht Club proudly presents the 82nd Regatta and Ruhlman Cup. LYC would like everybody to come join us and come enjoy the great event that is planned. We have some exciting new ideas to make your regatta weekend even more enjoyable. These include multiple races on a single day (with possible longer distance race), music as soon as you get off the water (Saturday) and more to come.

 

Friday Evening

Women’s and Double Handed Race

Regatta Party with free food, beer and music provided by the Lakeside Band

Saturday

Free coffee and donuts before racing

Racing starting at 10:00

After racing party with free beer and music by Alex Bevan

Sunday

Free coffee and donuts before racing

Racing starting at 10:00

After racing party with free beer, with new awards and presentation of the Ruhlman Cup

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There will be a keg, pop, cash grill tomorrow evening at Topsides, our pool deck bar at the center of the island. There, I will be putting together scratch sheets as fast as the entries keep pouring in, as well as partaking in several adult beverages.

 

By 8pm I expect to have splits and start times all worked out. I will also be passing out parking passes for skippers' cars only (sorry, out of my hands), and CYC will be running a shuttle from the top of the hill Saturday morning.

 

As for the race on Saturday, I will be starting JAM first (one start) at approximately 0930 (maybe 0945). PHRF will likely have one start as well (if I get a plethora of last minute entries we may have 2 starts) at approximately 1000. I will hold a skipper's meeting at approximately 0800. By the time the boats leave the rivermouth the finish mark will have been set for anyone that would like to motor by it and plug it into their GPS -- otherwise, all marks of the course will be found in the SI's (with their GPS coordinates) and available both Friday evening and Saturday morning -- if you haven;t already printed them out from our website.

 

I will be requesting the first boat(s) to call my cell phone approximately 1 hour out from their finish. One reason is so I can have the keg from Friday night set back out for rehydration purposes.

 

Sunday, we will host awards under the tent -- where there will be another keg, pop, and we will be serving our delicious gyros (made famous at our Fall Regatta). I also welcome anyone and everyone to check out our new display and refurbishment of the F W Roberts Race trophy in the main lobby of the clubhouse. This past winter we worked hard to get a larger base built and finished, updating each year to reflect up to last year's winner, First Tracks.

 

 

 

Current entry list is as follows (sbject to change tonight when I check for more again):

 

PHRF

Bobsled

Vanpire

First Tracks

Sloopy IV

Fever

Sneak A Tack

Cotton Blossom

Milly S

 

JAM

Mrs. Ed

Bigger

Sirocco

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My goodness does tomorrow look beautiful... 10-15 WSW 85 and sunny... Glad I'm not doing housework or laying fences :-)

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Rounded Lorain about 30 mins ago... Jammin at 5 kts... Still a glorious day

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Was a great day on the water but when ETA went to independence day on the western buoy with 5kts of on the nose flow, the engine was deployed for a most pleasant motor back to CYC. Congrats to whomever endured to finish.

 

Oddly, the juniors sailing @ Mentor had 20kts + of wind for nearly an hour around 11am. The most we saw was 11 off the crib.

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Was a great day on the water but when ETA went to independence day on the western buoy with 5kts of on the nose flow, the engine was deployed for a most pleasant motor back to CYC. Congrats to whomever endured to finish.

 

Oddly, the juniors sailing @ Mentor had 20kts + of wind for nearly an hour around 11am. The most we saw was 11 off the crib.

 

The breeze looked solid at the start. No fun with the air turning off on the way to the crib. Had some issues getting dialed in rounding the crib. Tracks heated up inside and legged out ahead. We tacked out just before the AL power plant on a header and came out pointing just off rumbline to the EWB. Tracks and Vamp went with us but then went back over. We didn't cover figuring we were in a good spot doing TWS and pointing right at the mark. We saw both boats dissapear and figured they were following Rugger's MS Paint map. We saw 5-6 kts boat speed with a decent lift to the mark. Wind cut out right before the buoy but then filled in about 10 miles off Lorain. Saw 8-9 kts boat speed through the breakwall then about 9 average on the reach to finish. Good fireworks, decent moon and nice temps all the way to finish around 11:15. Congrats to all the teams that hung in until the finish. Thanks Rugger for keeping this great race rolling.

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Anyone have results for the Sandusky Islands Race this weekend, can't find them online.

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Watching a huge cell crossing the lake east of Lorain. Glad this wasn't the scene last night...

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Watching a huge cell crossing the lake east of Lorain. Glad this wasn't the scene last night...

Been there done that

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Thanks to all for attending the 2012 running of the F W Roberts Race at CYC. Congratulations go out to:

 

Bobsled for winning the Roberts Race Trophy in PHRF, with Fever and Blue Dog taking 2nd and 3rd overall, respectively.

 

Mrs Ed for winning the Hurlbut Trophy in JAM, with Cotton Blossom and Sirocco taking 2nd and 3rd overall, respectively.

 

Speaking of Cotton Blossom, as the R Class has been a proud and historic tradition at CYC for over 50 years, I sound off a loud thank you and congratulations to them for representing their class well in this year's race. Here's to seeing them get a OD class for 2013.

 

For those that stuck out the light stuff, I hear the dusk/night time leg along the coast was a great ride home. For those that got done in by the sunshine earlier in the day, I thank you all for coming out and certainly hope to see you all again next year.

 

FWIW, my MS Paint map was TOTALLY to scale!

 

 

Onto 4th of July weekend and LSYC regatta...

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Hey, Rugger....

 

Are you going to be able to rally the Highlanders and bring them over to LSYC for their annual One Design Regatta on July 14th?

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shameless plug for the 2012 Lakeside Yacht Club Regatta July 6-8.

 

find all the forms here or let me know and i can email to you - http://www.lakesideyachtclub.com/Pages/Lakeside%20Regatta.aspx

 

Some info and what in store. will be a great time as usual and tell everybody to get it on their to do list.

 

The 82nd Annual

Lakeside Yacht Club

REGATTA July 6-8, 2012

 

Lakeside Yacht Club proudly presents the 82nd Regatta and Ruhlman Cup. LYC would like everybody to come join us and come enjoy the great event that is planned. We have some exciting new ideas to make your regatta weekend even more enjoyable. These include multiple races on a single day (with possible longer distance race), music as soon as you get off the water (Saturday) and more to come.

 

Friday Evening

Women’s and Double Handed Race

Regatta Party with free food, beer and music provided by the Lakeside Band

Saturday

Free coffee and donuts before racing

Racing starting at 10:00

After racing party with free beer and music by Alex Bevan

Sunday

Free coffee and donuts before racing

Racing starting at 10:00

After racing party with free beer, with new awards and presentation of the Ruhlman Cup

 

 

hope to see everybody this weekend

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Bob Nash Memorial Race July 4th, 2012 Edgewater Yacht Club

 

$10 entry fee. Skippers meeting 10am on the patio. First warning 11am. Pursuit start from the Pavilion awards & special events following sailing. Open to all boats, from any Club in the spirit Nash would have wanted.

 

So is there any further information like a "Notice of Race" ?

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Anyone have results for the Sandusky Islands Race this weekend, can't find them online.

 

I haven't found the results online either. From glancing at the results after the race, PHRF A and overall winner Badfish, PHRF B winner Infrared, JAM winner Lunasea, Multihull winner Myira. Great race with a rich history and a challenging course around the Lake Erie islands.

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Anyone have results for the Sandusky Islands Race this weekend, can't find them online.

 

I haven't found the results online either. From glancing at the results after the race, PHRF A and overall winner Badfish, PHRF B winner Infrared, JAM winner Lunasea, Multihull winner Myira. Great race with a rich history and a challenging course around the Lake Erie islands.

Our Captain instituded a massive physical fitness program as you can see... Joe and Chris have slack'in at the gym and spending wayyy too much chasing "skirt" so they were put on awards ceremony detail while the rest of us were putting in hours at Urban Fitness...

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stay cool today peeps

 

Right on! It is a great multihull kind of day.

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