Not much wind, 0-5 from generally West kept the sailors ashore studying much of the day. One attempt to start was made at about 12:30. Finally the sea breeze filled at 3:30 for one set in ESE 3-7. A second set was attempted but the wind was too light. One puff filled down which was enough to get the fleet ashore.
Thanks to port-line boat Taro Sochi and scorekeeper Wells Drayton.
Better forecast and better breeze. A bit hard at first with a South wind fighting the SW wind but the SW wind prevailed with temps in the 80s! Wind started at 3-8 and built to 7-14. Eight more races (four before lunch, four after) for ten total in the combined division fleet.
Thanks to port-line boat Harper McKerrow, scorekeeper Niall Sheridan, and dock crew Marley Hillman. With sharp eyes in the port-line boat, no general recalls. A couple protests hailed, none heard.
Congrats to the Jumbo sailors for defending home turf but Brown's B team of Jack Murphy/Izzy Cox were right there the whole time. Murphy sailed high school on Mystic Lake with Belmont Hill. Yale's freshmen skippers with veteran crews had a good battle for second with BU. Harvard was leading after day one but a minor car accident left them without an "A" boat on Sunday.
Cheers, Ken Legler, event PRO
|4||Roger Williams University||Hawks||108||88||196|
|6||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||95||118||213|
|7||University of Rhode Island||Rams||151||90||241|
|8||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||100||167||267|
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