Kings Point Dinghy Open


Saturday, October 1:

Great day of racing at the KPDO! We sailed W-4 courses all day and completed 12 races in each division. Wind was from the East ranging from 6-20 at times. After 10 races A and B division switched fleets and we sailed two more races ending with 12B at 1530.

We heard two protests during the lunch break and 1 after racing. Tomorrow we have a long list of protests to get through before we start racing. Thank you to Adam Werblow and Jack Swikart for helping with protests today and Max Plarr and Max Kurland for helping move marks.

Report time is 0900. See the techscore notice board for protest schedule.

Sunday, October 2:

We started the day with protest hearings from yesterday's racing, 3 were disallowed and 1 resulted in a DSQ.

The light but steady Easterly breeze allowed us to start racing around 1030. The RC set the course well away from land just north of Fort Totten to give the east wind some runway. We sailed 1 race a piece in this direction then the wind shifted to a NNE direction and became lighter. We were able to sail two more races in each division and then the breeze shut off ending the regatta with 15 races.

Thank you to the multiple coaches for helping hear protests and with course adjustments.

Congratulations to GTN on winning the 2016 Kings Point Dinghy Open!

Score summary

2St. Mary'sSeahawks8987176
3NavyMidshipmen 177104181
5George WashingtonColonials 199105204
6CornellBig Red12490214
7Kings PointMariners86140226
8George WashingtonColonials 2102133235
9NavyMidshipmen 215999258
11Stony BrookSeawolves 1119215334
13Washington CollegeShoremen197179376
14Christopher NewportCaptains 1193184377
16Christopher NewportCaptains 2186229415
17NY MaritimePrivateers262170432
*18Stony BrookSeawolves 2276215491
*Number of high-place (8) finishes

Score history

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