Maisa Club S


Saturday, November 6:

Despite a forecast of 15-18 kts the first half of the club champs were sailed in 2- 7 kt north west. Shifts of 50 degrees were the norm during the middle part of the day and forced an early lunch. Racing continued shortly after and developed to a steady 5kt NW. Coaches were able to watch from the balcony of the Toms River Yacht Club and had a great time arm chair quaterbacking in the shifty conditions, It did look easy from the top deck. Penn leads despite being disqualafied from from race 4 due to tacking inside at the windward mark. Three judges heard the protest during lunch in time for more racing. Fleets switch boats in the morning and we will begin with race 10.

Day two of racing began with fantastic NW breeze at 7 kts and developed into a full hiking breeze by the end of the day. Courses windward leewards twice around and all 18 races were competed by 12:30 with 2 protests being hailed but none filed. Congratulation to U. Penn in a command performance.

Thank you t o judges Drew Seibert, Harry Foote, June Kingman. POS's Dave adn Paul Coward, the OCC team, Toms River Yacht Club and the Tech Dinghy owners.

Score summary

6Ocean CountyVikings121149270
7CornellBig Red150123273
8Loyola College205109314
12George WashingtonColonials231154385
13William and MaryTribe191214405
16St. John'sSt. John's315171486

Score history

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