Carl Van Duyne - MAISA Singles


Saturday, October 7:

Sailors were greeted with fog and no wind. Around 0945 the fog started lifting and a light northerly was filling in. At around 1030 we had a harbor start and we sailed 2 races in a light northerly. Race 3 was attempted and then quickly abandoned and sailors were sent in for a lunch break. The Southerly finally filled as forecast and racing for the rest of the day was sailed in a building SW of 10-28mph. All courses were W4 right off the USMMA pier. No protests or requests for redress were filed. One BKD was granted due to a sheared rudder bolt.

Thank you to the USMMA midshipmen for helping run the regatta. Tomorrow we have 4 races to close out the 2017 Carl Van Duyne.

Sunday, October 8:

Day 2 of the Carl Van Duyne started out with threatening storms and rain. The storms cleared right before our scheduled warming of 0945 and we launched at 0925. The course was set and race 11 started in a SSW at 18-23 MPH. We sailed all 4 races with only a slight delay to fix rudder gudgeons and change out a boom. After the event all sailors carried boats up off the dock and racked them.

One protest was filed and disallowed. Thank you to Mitch Brindley, Morgan Collins, Ben Mohney, Christine Accettella and Rob Overton for helping hear it.

Congratulations to Gary Prieto USNA '18 for winning the Carl Van Duyne and the top four competitors for qualifying for the 2017 ICSA Singlehanded Nationals at USF November 4-5.

Thank you to the USMMA Midshipmen for helping run a quality event!

Score summary

1NavyGary Prieto '186565
2Kings PointCarrson Pearce '217777
3GeorgetownClay Broussard '188282
4NavyMaximilian Guerriero '218686
5GeorgetownJack Marshall '188787
6Christopher NewportVir Menon '20101101
7Hobart & WilliamMichael Munger '20107107
8VirginiaColin Suvak '19119119
9PennsylvaniaKeen Butcher '18134134
10NavyConnor Bayless '21135135
11George WashingtonSoenke Jordan '21145145
12NY MaritimeZachary Hill '18154154
13Hobart & WilliamConnor Swikart '18158158
14Old DominionAlec Chicoine '18162162
15CornellGerard Eastman '21178178
16Kings PointLuke Welker '21195195
17NY MaritimeAlexander Ellis '21197197
18HamptonFilip Stevanovic '20202202

Score history

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