We had a great day of racing with winds ranging from SW to NW 6-18 knots. All courses were W4s with offsets and gates. 10 races were completed in A division and 8 races in B division. There were a few capsizes and a few breakdowns. A big thanks to Mike Horn for hearing a protest and Stu MacNeil '08 for running the mark boat and dealing with breakdowns on the water. A big thanks to all the Bowdoin Sailors that helped out today allowing the event to run very smoothly.
Four additional races completed by noon in a light SW seabreeze that ranged from 6-8 knots. All courses were W-4s. No protest, no breakdowns. The Polar Bears sealed the deal by winning every race on Sunday. Congratulations to Bowdoin and UCONN for qualifying for the NE Dinghy Champs next weekend at Connecticut College**
|1||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||20||23||43|
|2||University of Connecticut||U. Connecticut||35||35||70|
|4||Maine Maritime Academy||Mariners||39||53||92|
|6||Massachusetts Maritime Academy||Buccaneers||41||96||137|
|*||10||Amherst College||Lord Jeffs||84||109||193|
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