NY Maritime Fall Open

Summary

Saturday, September 16:

Race 1A started at 10am in a building NNE breeze ranging from 5-8 knots. The wind remained very consistent throughout the morning only shifting 10 degrees in either direction. The current on the East River ranged from 1-3 knots at times and switched directions around noon.

Racing was called for the day around 5pm due to the combination of a 180 degree wind shift and a challenging amount of current. We finished the day with 6 A division races and 4 B division races.

One protest was filed and was disallowed. Thank you to Scott Ikle, Max Plarr and Geoff Loffredo for hearing the protest.

Thanks to the SUNY Maritime Cadets, who did a great job setting courses and running races in the challenging East River.

Race 5B will start at 0930 tomorrow.

Sunday, September 17:

Sailors arrived to a glassy East River this morning. After several hours of wind delay the wind finally filled at about 4-6kts out of the NNE.

2B races were able to be completed with just enough time for a 1 and 1 before the 3pm cutoff to run out the regatta with 7 races per division.

No protests or breakdowns were filed.

Please complete RP information.

Thanks to the SUNY Maritime Cadets, who did a great job setting courses and running races in the challenging East River.

Score summary

SchoolTeamABTOT
1GeorgetownHoyas 2132437
2Hobart & William SmStatesmen442468
3FordhamRams 2314374
4FordhamRams 1454792
5Kings PointMariners682896
6NavyMidshipmen 1465298
7Stony BrookSeawolves 14363106
8NavyMidshipmen 28232114
9Old DominionMonarchs6852120
10Christopher NewportCaptains5672128
11GeorgetownHoyas 16082142
12NY MaritimePrivateers6485149
13Queen'sGaels7783160
14MonmouthHawks9488182
15StevensDucks9193184
16Loyola University MD81113194
17Stony BrookSeawolves 211795212
18SyracuseOrange118121239

Score history

The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.

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