Competitors arrived eager to rig Coast Guard’s new fleet of eight J/70’s. Conditions were cold with scattered snow and rain throughout the day. A morning practice session was followed by 4 races in a steady NNW at 10-15kts. Courses were 35 minute W4’s.
The overnight wintry mix left the boats covered in a crunchy sheet of ice. Skies were clear and temps quickly rose into the 40’s. Courses were 30 minute W4’s. 4 races were sailed in a diminishing northerly wind and strong ebb current.
CGA would like to thank everyone for taking great care of the new boats. All teams showed plenty of improvement and racing became more competitive throughout the weekend.
Special Thanks to all of our 4/c cadets that toughed out the cold while keeping the courses set and races moving.
|3||University of Rhode Island||Rams||32||32|
|6||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||46||46|
|7||Roger Williams University||Hawks||54||54|
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