Sound Invitational, SS 6


Saturday, October 23:

Thirteen races in a combined division, no rotation format were completed in a West-Northwest breeze that shifted towards the West as the day went on. Races ranged in length from 15 to 18 minutes, with the races averaging 16-and-one-half minutes. Sailing took place outside Granite Cove in Long Island Sound. Breeze started out at 12 knots before dying to 8-12 and then building again to 12-14 knots, with the highest recorded puff at 16 knots. The seas were fairly lumpy, with rolling waves early on and steeper, lumpy waves at the end of the day. Windward-leeward twice around courses with an offset were sailed for the first 12 races, while a triangle-windward-leeward was sailed in the final race to take advantage of the building waves and high wind. There was one OCS in race 12 and multiple DNS's. The current made it tough to make the line, with the majority of the fleet consistently three to four boatlengths behind the line at the start. No protests were filed. Congratulations to the Tufts Jumbos for their narrow combined division win over the Brown Bears. Also, congrats to Max Bulger and Sara Makaretz for their overall win. Thanks to Emmet Smith, Yale '09 for his help in the mark boat and the Yale sailors. Massachusetts Maritime Academy was a no-show.

PRO: Caleb Dorfman Yale '09

Overall Scores:

Tufts 102
Brown 108
Coast Guard 156
Providence College 172
Rhode Island 237
Yale 330
Mitchell College 350
Johnson and Wales 356
Amherst 460

Score summary

2BrownBears 14747
3ProvidenceFriars 15050
*4Coast GuardBears 26161
*5BrownBears 26161
7Coast GuardBears 19595
8Rhode IslandRams 1118118
9Rhode IslandRams 2119119
10ProvidenceFriars 2122122
11Johnson and WalesWildcats 1151151
13MitchellMariners 1158158
15MitchellMariners 2192192
16Johnson and WalesWildcats 2205205
*17AmherstLord Jeffs 2230230
*18AmherstLord Jeffs 1230230
*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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