With a casual report time of 1030, and a few straggling teams, the fleet headed out around 1110 in a moderate westerly breeze. As the day progressed, the shifts and puffs got bigger and bigger keeping the fleet on its toes. The average breeze ranged from about 7-12kts with some puffs touching the higher teens. 8 A and 6 B races were complete on course 4s, with one 5. One protest was filed resulting in a DSQ, and many more were threatened resulting in a few RAFs. REPORT TOMORROW IS 10AM
Teams strolled down the esplanade for the 10am report and the fleet quickly hit the water by 1020. 4A and 6B races were completed today on course 3s, 4s, and 5s. The NW breeze ranged everywhere from 5-15 with a stretch of puffs hitting the low 20s making for some really entertaining carnage for all the joggers on the esplanade. One breakdown was granted and no protests were filed. Thanks to Brian Swingly for helping with the breakdown hearing.
|1||University of Vermont||Catamounts||57||48||105|
|7||University of Rhode Island||Rams||67||MRP||111||MRP||178|
|9||Salve Regina University||Seahawks||104||99||203|
|11||Dartmouth College||Big Green||104||124||228|
|12||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||111||123||234|
|*||14||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||130||139||269|
|16||Western Washington University||Vikings||204||204||408|
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