Pyewacket T-Boned at Campbell Cup?

fetzer24

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?/Magnitude/Equation/Pyewacket

Cheval/Pegasus/Decision/Runaway

The Decision is the one that put that hole in the Titan in the above pics. That was a crazy day.

 
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sledracr

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Yup

Cheval (1995)   -->   Pegasus-70  -->   Decision   -->  Runaway

Magnitude (1997) -->   Equation   --> Pegasus/Motion-X   --> Pyewacket

 

sledracr

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I can never keep track of which boat used to be which boat. 
There were, I've been told, 7 boats built to the Andrews-70 design.  I only know five of them...

-- Victoria (1991, later Front Runner, Grins, Titan, Shindig, Terrapin, Simon Says...)
-- Alchemy (1991)
-- Vicki (1995, later Condor, Mr. Bill?)
-- Cheval-95 (1995, later Pegasus-70, Decision, Runaway)
-- Magnitude (1997, later Equation, Pegasus/Motion-X, Pyewacket)

Would love to know what/where the other two were.

The two Estonia-built boats (Renegade, Trader) are also "Andrews-70s" but a very different design - longer waterline, wider, more powerful rigs...

 

srpuywa

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Neptune's Car a few years ago

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MPH

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There were, I've been told, 7 boats built to the Andrews-70 design.  I only know five of them...

-- Victoria (1991, later Front Runner, Grins, Titan, Shindig, Terrapin, Simon Says...)
-- Alchemy (1991)
-- Vicki (1995, later Condor, Mr. Bill?)
-- Cheval-95 (1995, later Pegasus-70, Decision, Runaway)
-- Magnitude (1997, later Equation, Pegasus/Motion-X, Pyewacket)

Would love to know what/where the other two were.

The two Estonia-built boats (Renegade, Trader) are also "Andrews-70s" but a very different design - longer waterline, wider, more powerful rigs...
Let's just say there was a reason why Renegade was called "Rent-a-Grenade"

 
There were, I've been told, 7 boats built to the Andrews-70 design.  I only know five of them...

-- Victoria (1991, later Front Runner, Grins, Titan, Shindig, Terrapin, Simon Says...)
-- Alchemy (1991)
-- Vicki (1995, later Condor, Mr. Bill?)
-- Cheval-95 (1995, later Pegasus-70, Decision, Runaway)
-- Magnitude (1997, later Equation, Pegasus/Motion-X, Pyewacket)

Would love to know what/where the other two were.

The two Estonia-built boats (Renegade, Trader) are also "Andrews-70s" but a very different design - longer waterline, wider, more powerful rigs...
Two Andrews/Dencho 70's were built as cruisers.  "Stella Maris" was started shortly after "Alchemy" and was berthed at Southwestern YC for many years before being sold  and cruising south and west.  Hull 7, "Elysium", (widened hull, Bob Perry interior) was also west coast based and became "Elainium" before being sold to KL, Malaysia based owners.  After a refit in Phuket, the now "Bella Uno" was based in Subic, PHI the last couple of years and raced in the cruising division of Boracay Cup with good success. 

Yes, the Estonian boats were a different design for different purposes.  Last heard that "Trader" was in Hawaii after a refit in Asia and sail back to the states.

Pyewacket should be repaired just fine.  That's one of the good things about composites - they can be repaired well without adding noticeable weight.  Let's hope Roy P. recovers quickly and fully.

 




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