Sailors woke up feeling liberated and free, there was an obvious passion for yachting in the air. With a brisk 8-12 knot easterly breeze the enthusiastic sailors cast off their bow lines and sailed two full rotations with smiles on all of their faces. The breeze shifted to east/southeast resulting in a decrease of "windfuel" for these oh so mighty sail powered vessels. One last set was sailed in both A and B before the racing regretfully had to be adjourned at 1500 hours. The regatta as a whole went great and it was awesome to see the morale these teams shared with each other. The bonding that took place on this wonderful weekend of sailing really brought smiles to all the faces of everyone in attendance.
UNC2 was a JV team. All competitors agreed to their participation in the event. They were disqualified in B division for an illegal substitution (14 b iii).
|1||University of Tennessee||Volunteers||17||12||29|
|3||University of North Carolina||North Carolina 1||17||18||35|
|4||University of North Carolina||North Carolina 2||12||42||54|
|6||Georgia Institute of Technology||Yellow Jackets||42||19||61|
The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.
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