Sailors arrived to temps in the 80's and a light SE breeze. Wind speed remained constant throughout the day and shifted right as the day went on, and had clocked around to the WSW by the afternoon. Courses were windward/leeward twice around with an offset and a gate. 11 races were completed in each division. 1 protest was filed, resulting in a DSQ.
Special thanks to the University of South Florida for bringing over 2 boats and 11 sets of sails so we could sail both A and B divisions at the same time.
Thanks also to John Frazee, Tim King, and Eric Booth, for serving as on-the-water judges and hearing the lone protest. Thanks to EC-SAR and all the Triton sailors who helped run a very smooth event.
Congratulations to Charleston, Miami, and USF for qualifying for ACC's.
|1||College of Charleston||Cougars||19||37||56|
|2||University of Miami||Hurricanes||35||29||64|
|3||University of South Florida||Bulls||41||28||69|
|4||University of Florida||Gators||50||23||73|
|9||Florida Institute of Technology||Florida Tech||88||92||180|
|10||Georgia Institute of Technology||Georgia Tech||90||96||186|
|11||University of North Carolina at Wilmington||UNC Wilmington||91||113||204|
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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