The Great Salt Pond greeted us on Saturday morning with warm temperatures around 70, abundant sunshine and winds from the S/SW at 9-14 knots. 5 races were completed before a lunch break on the float then another 4 races were completed before calling it a day.
PRO Sophie Podlich and Hannah Patry, scorer in chief manned the start/finish boat and Karel Mailloux-Kuz served as mark set boat.
No breakdowns, no protest throughout the day.
Report time is 9:30 Sunday morning (4.18.15)
Sunday morning met us with cooler temps around 55 and a northwest breeze at about 7 knots. As the course started to be set the wind started to shift to a E breeze where it stayed for the rest of the day at about 9-11 knots gusting to 14. 7 races were completed. No breakdowns, no protest that were followed through with.
Thanks to Matt Gibbs and Tim Keohan for running the committee boat and Alex Lach and Karel Mailloux-Kuz for running mark boat.
|*||1||Johnson and Wales University||Wildcats||48||92||140|
|*||2||University of Rhode Island||Rams 1||62||78||140|
|4||University of Vermont||Catamounts||101||88||189|
|5||Sacred Heart University||Pioneers||174||142||316|
|6||University of Rhode Island||Rams 2||145||192||337|
|*||Number of high-place (1) finishes|
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